Arrests Made For Domestic Assaults, Drugs
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Following are recent events, activities, and incidents as performed by local law enforcement officers and members of the general public. Readers should note that all persons charged with allegedly having committed a criminal offense or being involved in an incident investigated by officers are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law, or admit to the charges.

Most of the arrests made over the past few weeks by local law enforcement officers involved either drugs or domestic assaults.

• Cannon County Deputy Sheriff's Brandon Gullett was dispatched to 926 Pleasant View Rd. on Feb. 20 on a report of a burglary which had already occurred. Upon arrival he was met by Mary Brown, who stated that her residence had been broken into. Deputy Gullett was advised that the offender had kicked in the rear door and went through all boxes inside the residence. He was advised nothing appeared to have been taken. The deputy went inside and observed boxes and items thrown all around the residence. In the rear bedroom he observed where the door had been kicked in. The rear door paneling was lying on the floor on top of some boxes. The chain that was connected to the door frame was still connected and lying along with the trim on the floor. Deputy Gullett took photographs of the damage. Brown said she had no idea who would have caused the damage.

• CCSD Deputy Brandon Gullett was dispatched to 2301 Eugene Reed Rd. on Feb. 19 in reference to a male subject with a knife reportedly attempting suicide. Upon arrival, Deputy Gullett observed Luther Hale sitting in the garage drinking beer. Hale was intoxicated and “making a very huge scene” according to the report. Hale was arrested on a charge of disorderly conduct and transported to the Cannon County Jail.

• CCSD Duputies Matthew Parsley and Brandon Gullett were dispatched to 3041 Jim Cummings Hwy. on Feb. 20 in reference to a possible domestic dispute. The complainant, Jacob Fountain, stated that a lady flagged him down and asked for help. Fountain then stated the lady told him to just leave and she then jumped in a Jeep Cherokee and left the residence. The female subject was later identified as Jacqueline Barrett. Barrett stated that George Wells yelled at her, which put her in fear and caused her to urinate herself. Barrett said she was not struck by Wells. An attempt to locate Wells was unsuccessful.

• CCSD Deputy Brandon Gullett was traveling south on Jim Cummings Hwy. on Feb. 20 when, around the 911 Center, he observed a blue Cadillac being driven by a person he had stopped in the past for driving on a suspended license. Deputy Gullett also had knowledge the vehicle and driver had been charged recently with the same offense by Sgt. John House of the Woodbury Police Dept. Deputy Gullett stopped the vehicle at Highway 53 Market. He approached the vehicle and observed a white male and female inside. He made contact with the driver, Lewis Mark Kronnick. The deputy was informed by Kronnick that he did not have his license. Kronnick said he was eligible to have his license restored but he has to take the test. Deputy Gullett issued Kronnick a release citation for driving without a license and then had a licensed driver come pick up Kronnick and the vehicle from Highway 53 Market.

• CCSD Deputies Randy Neal and Seth Perry went to 115 Meadowbrook Dr. on Feb. 21 to serve an arrest warrant on Juan Urban. Upon arrival, Deputy Perry spoke with a lady who told him Urban would soon be returning to the residence. Five minutes later, Urban returned. He was placed under arrest on a worthless check charge and transported to the CCSD for booking. Cash bond was set at $358.37. Initial court date is March 29.

• CCSD Deputy Seth Perry went to 3907 Dickens Hill Rd. on Feb. 21 to serve Randall Smotherman a warrant for violation of probation. Smotherman was taken into custody and transported to the Cannon County Jail for booking.

• Timmy Wilson, 1710 Yager Rd., McMinnville, was charged with domestic assault and vandalism on Feb. 21 by Woodbury Patrolman Patrick Fann. Wilson allegedly went to the home of and assault the victim on that date, and then ran over the victim’s mailbox while leaving. Bond was set at $4,500. Initial court date is April 19.

• Jeremy Russell Powers, 68 Prater Rd., Woodbury, was charged with theft under $500 by CCSD Deputy Randy Neal on Feb. 21. It is alleged that Powers took cooper and aluminum wire belonging to Don Gannon. Gannon identified the wire on the property of Powers. Initial court date is April 5.

• CCSD Deputy Matthew Parsley responded to 1480 Jim Cummings Hwy., the location of Terry’s Plumbing, on Feb. 18 in reference to the theft of a bicycle. Upon arrival he spoke with Mark Haynes, who stated he was inside the shop and overheard a vehicle pull into the driveway. Haynes said he saw a red Chevrolet pickup with Cannon County registration. Haynes said he saw a blonde haired girl driving the truck. Haynes then stated he noticed the bicycle gone and two juvenile kids running. He valued the loss at $100.

• CCSD Deputy Matthew Parsley responded to the area of Lonnie Smith Rd. in Feb. 18 in reference to a motor vehicle crash involving a deer. Upon arrival he spoke with Melissa Phillips, operator of a red Toyota passenger car, who stated she was traveling along Lonnie Smith Rd. when a deer crossed her lane of travel, causing her to strike the deer with the vehicle. No wrecker was needed to remove the vehicle.

• CCSD Deputy Tommy Barker went to the Rutherford and Cannon County line to transport Terry Hoover to the Cannon County Jail. Hoover was then served an attachment warrant and released to booking.

• CCSD Deputy Reed Bryson was observing traffic on Highway 70 West at the intersection of Hollis Creek Rd. on Feb. 17 when he observed a vehicle traveling eastbound of a high rate of speed. The speed was verified by radar at 73 mph at a 55 mph zone. Deputy Bryson pulled out behind the vehicle and initiated his emergency lights to signal the driver to stop. Once the vehicle stopped Deputy Bryson exited his patrol unit and made contact with a white male driver (later identified as Thomas K. Doherty, Jr.) in the driver’s seat of a green Chevrolet Cavalier. Deputy Bryson asked Doherty if he knew why he had been stopped and Doherty said he did, adding that he had food in the car which fell and he was not paying attention to the speed of the car. The deputy requested Doherty’s driver’s license, registration and proof of insurance. He did not have a driver’s license, and told Deputy Bryson he had broken it. Deputy Bryson checked with dispatch and learned Doherty’s license was suspended for failure to satisfy a citation. Doherty. of 100 Bryson Court, Woodbury, was charged with driving on a suspended license and written a citation for speeding. Bond was set at $4,000. Initial court date is April 5.

• Jerry Wayne Hill, Jr., 202 York Town Rd., Tullahoma, was charged with driving on a suspended license, 2nd offense, and simple possession of marijuana on Feb. 18 by Woodlbury Police Sgt. John House following a traffic stop on South McCrary St. Bond was set at $5,000. Initial court date is March 22.

• Tina Renee Pendergrast, 1298 Preacher Spry Rd., Bradyville, was charged with DUI 1st offense, simple possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia on Feb. 19 by Sgt. John House of the Woodbury Police Dept. following a traffic stop on South McCrary St. Bond was set at $8,000. Initial court date is April 12.

• Virginia L. Owen, 711 Simpson Rd., Bradyville, was charged with domestic assault on Feb. 18 by Deputy Tommy Barker of the CCSD. The victim alleges Owen struck her across the face, causing her to have sharp pains in her neck and face. Owens also allegedly pushed the victim several times while yelling at her, causing the victim to fear for her life. When the victim tried to leave, Owen continued to assault her, she alleged. Bond was set at $5,000. Initial court date is March 1. Another person, James M. Ross, same address, was also charged in the incident. Ross came outside and allegedly participated in the yelling and screaming involving Owens and the victim, causing the victim to fear for her life.

• Deputy Randy Neal served a warrant on Barbara Nichols Moss on Feb. 16 for failure to appear in the booking room of the CCSD.

• CCSD Deputies Seth Perry and Randy Neal went to 406 Lester Street on Feb. 16 to serve an arrest warrant on Gregory Porter for violation of probation. He was taken to the Cannon County Jail and booked.

• CCSD Deputy Brandon Mims observed a vehicle driven by Jeremy Smith, 1145 Dickens Hill Rd., Bradyville, fail to stop at the stop sign at the intersection of Dickens Hill and Hwy. 64 on Feb. 13. Smith had previously been issued a warning citation for failure to stop at the same sign. Initial court date is March 15.

• David Seiber, 4558 Artelia Dr., Antioch, was charged with driving on a revoked license, 8th offense, on Feb. 20 by WPD Patrolman Patrick Fann. Fann stopped Seiber's vehicle on Water St. after it was allegedly involved in an incident on Bryson Court.
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