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Cannon County
Sheriff's Department

Stolen Firearms

Thomas Vorwark reported the theft of a Remington Model 870 shotgun, valued at $300, and a Remington 700 Tac rifle, valued at $400.

Motor Vehicle Theft

Jaan Demarek Parton, 45, was charged with motor vehicle theft after a traffic stop in DeKalb County. The vehicle was identified as a 2001 Ford F250 Super Duty truck. Bond was set at $5,000 and a hearing date was set for June 6 in General Sessions Court.

Short Mountain Stop

Deputy Derrick Morrison was conducting a late night patrol on Gunter Hollow Road and Firetower Road when he encountered a vehicle coming up Short Mountain. One of the passengers, Jesse Reed, had an outstanding warrant for violation of probation. A hearing date is set for July 25 in General Sessions Court.

Warrants Served

Shane Byford, aggravated assault. Bond was set at $500 and a hearing date was set for June 4 in General Sessions Court.

Woodbury
Police

Counterfeit cash

Kimberly Lynn Markum was charged with possessing and passing four counterfeit $20 bills and theft of services to Middle Tennessee Electric. Making the arrest was Patrolman John House. A hearing is set for June 13 in General Sessions Court.

Simple Possession

Bethanie A. Galloway was charged with simple possession of marijuana. A hearing is set for June 13 in General Sessions Court.

Driving Without a License

Rodolfo Cabera Rojos was charged with driving a vehicle without a license. A hearing is set for June 13 in General Sessions Court.

No Drivers License

Randy Donald Chandler was charged with driving without a license. A hearing is set for June 13 in General Sessions Court.

Evading Arrest

Dustin Lewayne Nichols was charged with running from a traffic stop. He was a passenger in the vehicle. Making the arrest was Patrolman Joshua Thomas. A hearing is set for July 18 in General Sessions Court.

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