General Sessions Docket Reflects THP At Work
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The Tennessee Highway Patrol works hard to keep the highways of Cannon County safe.

Evidence of that fact is reflected in the docket for Cannon County General Sessions Court on Tuesday, Sept. 13 as most of the case involved speeding and other traffic-related charges brought by state troopers.

Those cases listed on the docket are as follows:

Wiley Ray Adamson, speeding 71/55.

Ronnie Lee Baxter, Jr,m speeding 76/55 and violations of the driver’s license, seatbelt and insurance laws.

Joshua Daniel Beam, speeding 70/55.

William Carsoni Bell, violation of the registration law.

Catherine Rose Blackburn, speeding 66/55 and violations of the driver’s license, registration and insurance laws.

Jarrod Aaron Borey, speeding 82/55 and violation of the financial responsibility law.

Jacqueline Ann Brew, violations of the financial responsibility, registration and seatbelt laws.

Elizabeth Ann Brinkley, violations of the financial responsibility and muffler laws.

Melissa Danielle Brown, speeding 70/55.

Todd Dwayne Bucey, failure to exercise due care and caution and violation of the financial responsibility law.

Nicholas James Butcher, speeding 67/55 and violation of the financial responsibility law.

Nicholas A. Contray, speeding 70/45.

Gary Brian Cooper, speeding 72/55.

Terrence W. Crim, speeding 64/55.

Monica Gayle Davenport, speeding 70/55.

Mitchell Ray Dillard, speeding 75/55.

Eathon Lee Duncan, violation of the seatbelt law.

Wayne Dyer, speeding 70/55.

Timothy Andrew Fabri, violation of the registration law.

Kassie Leigh Faircloth, speeding 78/55 and violation of the financial responsibility law.

Lindsey Shanay Gibbs, speeding 70/55.

Michael Lee Gilchrist, violation of the financial responsibility and seatbelt laws.

David Paul Goff, violation of the driver’s license, registration and wheel tax laws.

Scotty Glenn Grizzle, driving on a suspended license, speeding 72/55 and violations of the financial responsibility, registration and seatbelt laws.

Carrie Chandra Hale, violations of the registration, financial responsibility and seatbelt laws.

Sara Gail Hanson, speeding 65/45.

Brenda Joyce Baer Hill, speeding 70/55.

Jimmy Jetton, failure to yield.

Charles L. Kilgore, violations of the driver’s license, registration, insurance and seatbelt laws.

Candace Dawn Laxton, DUI and violation of the implied consent law.

William X. Loeffler, violation of the seatbelt law.

Joseph Thomas Moore, violations of the driver’s license, financial responsibility and following too close laws.

Brandy Kaylee Morris, speeding 50/15 and violation of the financial responsibility law.

Joshua D. Murphy, speeding 64/55 and violation of the registration and financial responsibility laws.

James A. Murray, speeding 64/55.

Jonathan Decatur Parker, speeding 72/55.

Robert Edward Parker, speeding 76/55.

Linda Diane Parrott, violation of the registration, financial responsibility and wheel tax laws.

Deana Page Ragan, violation of the registration and financial responsibility laws and misuse of registration.

Christopher Steven Reed, violation of the open container law.

Joshua Van Reed, speeding 70/55.

Daniel Trent Singleton, speeding 69/55.

Alvin Clay Slayton, speeding 75/55.

Claudio Linares Solorio, driver’s license violation.

Sherry Smith Stephens, speeding 71/55 and violation of the financial responsibility and registration laws.

James Mark Stogsdill, speeding 71/55.

Brian K. Storey, speeding 71/55.

Billy Joe Talbert, violation of the financial responsibility law.

Ryan Davis Taylor, speeding 85/55.

Michael Ray Vaughn, speeding 72/55.

Loretta S. Warner, speeding 56/30.

Joshua Michael Woodrow, speeding 70/30 and violation of the registration law.

Rhonda L. Woody, speeding 64/55.

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Members Opinions:
September 13, 2011 at 9:20am
Why doesn't our own county & city officers patrol & post someone to catch more traffic violators? This would bring in more money to our county with fines.
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September 13, 2011 at 1:18pm
They do. Every day, every week. THP patrols the state highways, sheriff county roads, Woodbury police city roads. Most of the cases on this particular docket just happened to reflect charges brought by THP officers.

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