Burglaries, vandalism reported
Tuesday, August 6, 2013 12:08 pm
Sasha S. Brown was charged with DUI, first offense by Patrolman John House. A hearing is set for Nov. 19.
Jana Vaughn was charged with the theft of $49.26 worth of gas from Quick Shop Market by Patrolman Eric Moss. A hearing is set for Sept. 24.
Nikolavs Dylan Woods was charged with driving on a suspended license. A hearing is set for Sept. 24.
Jimmie L. Barnes II was charged with DUI, second offense, and evading arrest by Patrolman Eric Moss. A hearing is set for Sept. 24.
Jerry Ray Carlton was charged with DUI and a violation of the implied consent law. A hearing is set for Aug. 27.
Teri Glenn Slate and David D. Johnson were charged with initiation of the methamphetamine manufacturing process and possession of drug paraphernalia by Patrolman John House.
Sonia M. Lyons was charged with theft under $500 following the alleged theft of two air fresheners from Dollar General Market. A hearing is set for Aug. 20.
Cannon County Sheriff's Department
Justin Tyler Bush was not charged with a violation of probation. In fact, Deputy Bush was the officer who made the arrest. The Cannon Courier regrets the error.
Jeremy L. Johnson was charged with a violation of probation.
Bethany Hope Tate-Elrod was charged with a violation of probation.
Isreal Murin was charged with driving on a revoked license following a traffic stop by Sgt. Seth Perry on Sunny Slope Road.
Steven W. Buse was charged with violation of probation.
Beverly Odom reported a break-in at her home. Taken were a wedding band and two pocket knives.
Jessica Asbury reported the burglary of a storage shed at her home. A number of tools were taken including two Stanley Mechanics tool sets, an air compressor, air paint gun set, a sander, jig saw and a number of toys including two Leapster Explorer games.
Christopher Ford reported the burglary of his home. Items taken include an X-caliber crossbow, .44-caliber Smith & Wesson, a Remington 30-06 with scope, a Mossberg 12-gauge pump, a 16-gauge shotgun, a stealth camera and rolled up changed.