Roommates 'Look Around' And Find Burglary, Theft Charges
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Two Woodbury men are facing burglary and theft charges after admitted to being at the location where the alleged crimes occurred.

Joseph Michael Faulk, 526 McFerrin St., Woodbury, was charged on July 28 by Woodbury Patrolman John Fesmire with aggravated burglary and theft over $500.

Faulk, on July 23, allegedly entered another residents on McFerrin St. with the intent to remove items without the owner’s consent. Multiple items were reportedly stolen from the house.

Faulk admitted to being in the house at the time of the theft. Witnesses also heard Faulk tell the victim he entered the house to “look around.”

In another case, Faulk was charged by WPD Sgt. John House with possession of drug paraphernalia on July 23. Faulk allegedly had in his possession a glass water bong which contained marijuana residue.

Total bond for Faulk was set at $3,500. His initial court date is Sept. 20.

Adam Levoy McClure, 526 McFerrin St., Woodbury, was also charged with aggravated burglary, theft over $500 and tampering with evidence on July 26 by Woodbury Patrolman John Fesmire in connection with the case/

McClure allegedly stoled several items, the total value of which exceeded $500. He also allegedly flushed a ring down a toilet on July 26 after seeing officers approached his residence.

Total bond was set at $9,000. Initial court date is Sept. 27.

• Joshua Lee Underwood, 796 Jim Town Rd., Wodbury, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia on July 29 by Woodbury Police Sgt. John House following an incident on McBroom St. Underwood alleged had in his possession a metal one-hitter pipe, which contained marijuana residue. A release citation was issued. Initial court date is Sept. 20.

• Edgar Adrian Hernandez, 1454 Kentonburg Rd., Smithville, was charged with driving on an expired license on July 27 by Woodbury Police Sgt. John House following a traffic stop in the parking lot of the Dollar Market. Initial court date is Sept. 20.

• Cannon County Sheriff’s Deputy Seth Perry stopped a car on Bradyville Road on July 28 for running a stop sign. Upon investigation he learned the driver of the car, Dallas Rogers, had an active warrant out on him for failure to appear. Rogers was arrested and transported to the Cannon County Jail. The car was released to a licensed driver.

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