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Domestic Assault Charges Filed Against Three

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Three persons were charged with domestic assault in separate incidents recently by the Cannon County Sheriff's Dept.

• Cynthia Darnail Taylor, 749 Jimtown Road, Woodbury, was charged with aggravated domestic assault on June 21 by Cannon County Sheriff’s Deputy Mike Smith. Taylor allegedly stabbed the victim in the arm with a knife. Initial court date is July 12.

• Alyssa Marie Coleman, 674 Sunny Slope Rd., Woodbury, was charged with aggravated domestic assault on June 19 by Cannon County Sheriff’s Deputy Steve McMillen. Coleman was allegedly involved in a domestic dispute during which she struck the purported victim about the face. Then as the victim was walking down the driveway to leave, Coleman allegedly struck him with her car. Bond was set at $2,500. Initial court date is July 12.

• Winford (Freddie) Belcher, 1677 Stones River Road, Woodbury, was charged with domestic assault on June 15 by Cannon County Sheriff’s Investigator Anthony Young on an arrest warrant obtained by the alleged victim. Belcher allegedly grabbed the purported victim and threw her down on some tools, causing bruising to her body. Bond was set at $2,500. Initial court date is Aug. 30.

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July 09, 2011 at 3:46pm
I guess the man arrested for assult has proven he is dangerous and violent. Maybe while dealing with this, they should go back to Brian Kite's case and take and good hard look.
September 28, 2011 at 3:12pm
i know at least one of these people they talk about in this article has a kid...wow! some people never grow up..stabbing people and running others over with cars...what good examples these "children"themselves set for their own kids...and they should stay up on Brians case..i agree totally!!! but these people need to grow up..quick or their kids will grow up just like them...and thats all woodbury needs.... :(
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