CCSD Makes Arrests In Multiple Theft Cases
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Four persons were recently charged in connection with three separate theft cases by the Cannon County Sheriff’s Department.

In one case, Joseph Eric Kile of 64 Hollow Springs Rd., Woodbury, and Linda C. Hughes of 340 Powell St., Woodbury, were each charged on June 20 with criminal trespassing and theft over $1,000 by Cannon County Sheriff’s Investigator Anthony Young.

It is alleged that on or about May 27, 2011, Kile and Young unlawfully entered or remained on the property located at 11390 Jim Cummings Hwy. owned by Eugene Howland, without Howland’s consent to do so.

Kile and Hughes allegedly stole car parts, metal fence posts, stall doors, metal gates, sheets of tin, go-karts, a refrigerator and various other items. They total value of the property taken is estimated at nearly $6,000.

Investigator Young said the defendants took the property to a salvage yard and sold it. No one was living at the residence at the time of the incident.

Bond for each was set at $6,000. Initial court date is July 12.

• In another case, Joey L. Mooneyham, who has had multiple addresses recently including 64 Hollow Springs Rd., 1691 Iconium Rd. and 3084 K Parker Rd., was arrested on June 14 on a charge of theft over $1,000 by Investigator Young.

It is alleged that Mooneyham, on or about February 23, 2011, stole a 1994 white Ford truck, belonging to Karl Marx, Jr., at 1440 Old Prospect Rd. The value of the vehicle was estimated to be $2,000.

According to Investigator Young, Mooneyham sold the vehicle for salvage to Ivy Bluff Auto Salvage.

Also on June 14, Mooneyham was served with arrest warrants taken out by Mable Mooneyham, 1661 Iconium Rd., for identity theft and theft under $500. It is alleged that Joey Mooneyham unlawfully exercised control over the bank account of Mable Mooneyham and electronically transferred $300 from her account to his.

Total bond for all charges against Joey Mooneyham was set at $25,000. His initial court date is July 12.

• In a third case of alleged theft, David Andrew Nettles, 1094 Rhotons Chapel Rd., Manchester, was charged with aggravated burglary and theft over $1,000 on June 3 by Cannon County Sheriff’s Sgt. Lawrence Avera.

Nettles allegedly entered the habitation of Robert Jernigan, 783 Charles Lewis Rd., on Friday, May 27 and stole a Mac notebook, three silver wedding bands, a Pierce County High class ring, Mason Lodge ring, Cameo Brooch, gold necklace, and loose change, the total value exceeding $1,000.

Total bond for Nettles was set at $10,000. His initial court date is July 12.


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