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DUI

Dustin Reed of Readyville was charged for driving under the influence following a motor vehicle wreck on Burk Burgen Road. Wreck and DUI may be contributed to over use of prescribed medication.

Larceny

Marcus Justin Jones was charged with larceny after owners Jacob Jones and Catherine Jones identified several items including weapons, tools and electronics after being pawned.

Driving Under the Influence

Shannon Fox of Gilley Hill was charged with driving under the influence after officers were dispatched to a single vehicle wreck on Dickens Hill Rd. Fire and rescue were dispatched to assist in removing Fox from the vehicle. After interview process it was noted Fox reported being on several medications which contributes to black outs regularly.

Driving under the Influence
Drug / Narcotic Violations
Other Charges

Napoleon Bonaparte Wainwright of Columbia TN was arrested in Liberty TN after police was dispatched to a single motor vehicle accident finding that the driver had ran off in the river. After Wainwright was secured at the scene and with further interviews and evidence being obtained the following charges were also applied: assault of a police officer, resisting arrest, leaving the scene of an accident, driving on revoked license, driving under the influence 3rd offense, intent to manufacture, sell or deliver a schedule 6 substance, failure to provide proof of financial responsibility, open container and other charges were awarded to Wainwright. He was booked and currently remains in custody at the Sheriffs Office.

Driving under the Influence and Other Charges

Donald Curlee was identified after being dispatched to a crash on intersection of Center Hill Road and Hwy 70. Curlee also left the scene of an accident.

Escape of Prisoner

During a litter pick up throughout Cannon County, Jodie Taylor decides to make a run for it into the woods located close by the area of clean up. Jail Admin Ed Brown alerted officers he had a 'runner'. Officers from the Sheriff Dept went into the area and surrounded the woods where Taylor was known to be. Officers searched from 10:50AM to 8:55PM when Taylor was taken back into custody after being found in the cemetery around Hurricane Creek Rd hidden in a brier thicket. He earned the honor of being served with a warrant for escape upon returning to the jail.

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