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Cannon County Sheriff's Office


Vandalism

Deputy K. Wix responded to a report of mail box vandalism on Hollow Springs Road. Several mailboxes in the area were damaged with Wix discovering a piece of a car grill, possibly a Mazda, in the area.

Joshua Mark Stephens was charged with two counts of vandalism following an incident on Cobb Lane. Eight porch spindles were broken and a dent was kicked in the side of a truck. A hearing was set for September 4 in General Sessions Court.

Eric M Reneer of Bradyville was charged with vandalism following an incident on Simpson Road.

Windshield Damage

Billy Simpson reported he was driving on McMinnville Highway when he was passed by a dump truck owned by K. Smith Trucking of Bell Buckle. A rock flew from the truck, striking his windshield and causing damage.

Stolen Trailer

David and Michelle Lloyd reported the theft of a 16-foot trailer from their home on Hollis Creek Road.

DUI
Robin Priscilla Simmons was charged with DUI following an incident on Alexander Drive. A hearing was set for September 4 in General Sessions Court.

Warrants

Leanne Tasha Evans, violation of probation.

Melissa Ann Luttrell, violation of probation.

Rebecca Bowman, vandalism.

Woodbury Police


DUI

Amy Denise Washer was charged with DUI, fourth offense, by Patrolman John House. A hearing is set for November 8 in General Sessions Court.

Vandalism

Roger D. Bryan was charged with vandalizing two election signs by Patrolman Tommy Miller. A hearing is set for October 11 in General Sessions Court.

Theft

Kathy M. Thompson was charged with theft from Dollar Market by Patrolman Josh Thomas. A hearing is set for October 11 in General Sessions Court.

Driving on Suspended

John V. Hill was charged with driving on a suspended license by Patrolman Chris Bell. A hearing is set for September 13 in General Sessions Court.

Robert A. Taylor charged with driving on a suspended license by Patrolman Jimmy Hayes. A hearing is set for October 11 in General Sessions Court.

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