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Cannon County Sheriff's Office

DUI charge follows wreck

Michael D. Wolfe, 54, of Pleasant View Road, was charged with DUI following a two-vehicle car crash on Red Hill Road.

Officers reported Wolfe was unsteady on his feet following the accident and had a strong smell of alcohol on his person. Wolfe told officers he was driving home and lost control of his vehicle, ending up blocking both lanes of Red Hill Road.

Motorist Bo Parker told officers he attempted to avoid Wolfe's car but was unable to due to the fact it was blocking both lanes.

A hearing was set for July 11 in General Sessions Court.

Driving without a license

Horacio Flores Escamilla of Smithville was charged with driving without a license and violation of financial responsibility following an accident on Stones River Road. A hearing is set for July 11 in General Sessions Court.

Burglary charges

Tyler Thomas and Angela Thomas (Markum) were charged with aggravated burglary. Bond was set at $5,000 with hearings set for June 6 in General Sessions Court.

Stolen guns

Derrick Brandon reported the theft of a Colt .32-caliber pistol and a Thompson Center .50-caliber muzzle loader from his home.

Stolen vehicle

Tammy Neal reported the theft of a 2001 maroon Ford F250 truck. The vehicle was valued at $8,000.

Arrest warrants

Marcus Justin Jones, on two property theft warrants. A hearing is set for June 6 in General Sessions Court.

Christopher Allen Case, violation of probation. A hearing is set for July 11 in General Sessions Court.


Woodbury Police

Running stop sign

Justin M. Winton, charged with running a school bus stop sign by Patrolman John House. A hearing is set for June 13 in General Sessions Court.

Falsification of drug test

Tabitha D. Martin was charged with falsification of a drug test at the Probation Office in Woodbury. A hearing is set for June 13 in General Sessions Court.

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