Drug, credit card charges posted
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SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT

 

Drug charge
Donald E. Koger was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia by Deputy Joshua Thomas after Thomas was dispatched to assist Coffee County officers at a home on Parker Road in Bradyville.
After Deputy Thomas arrived, he was met by two Coffee County officers and Koger. The Coffee County officers showed Thomas a four-wheeler parked beside Koger's home and said the man suspected of stealing it may be inside the home.
With Koger's consent the officers searched the house and discovered Michael S. O'Hara hiding in the back bedroom under a stack of clothes. The Coffee County officers said O'Hara was not the suspect they were looking for but was detained until a warrant check was run. An active VOP warrant was discovered and O'Hara was taken into custody.
During the search, a glass pipe, rolling papers and other drug paraphernalia were discovered and Koger was issued a citiation. A hearing date is set for June 3 in General Sessions Court.


Warrants issued
Connie Chapman was charged with violation of probation. Bethany Tate-Elrod was charged with violation of probation.

 

Multiple charges
Dennis A. Brown was charged with multiple offenses following a traffic accident at the intersection of Gassaway Road and Stones River Road by Deputy Andrew Colwell. Brown was charged with improper display of a tag, registration violation, financial responsibility and for driving on revoked second offense.


Woodbury Police

Driving without a license
Gerado Angales was charged with violating the financial responsibility law and with driving without a license by Patrolman Sebastian Krauss. A hearing is set for May 13 in General Sessions Court.


Driving on a suspended license
Steven Cyle Medley was charged with driving on a suspended license by Patrolman John House. A hearing is set for May 13.

Fraudulent use of a debit card
Amber McTaggart was charged with unlawfully using a debit card issued to Harold Foster at four Woodbury businesses. The card was used at First Stop Market, Freds, Dollar Store Market and Cannon Market. Making the arrest was Patrolman John House. A hearing is set for May 13 in General Sessions Court.

Shannon Ray Herman was also charged with use of the stolen debit card and was charged with aggravated burglary and theft under $500 in connection with the theft of Foster's wallet which included his debit card. A hearing is set for May 13.

 

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