Shoplifting arrest results in drug charges
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Jeffery Dewayne Tittle was arrested on public intoxication charges following an Oct. 10 on John Bragg Highway.

 “As I exited my car I could see the subject had a can of Natural Light Beer in his right hand that he was trying to keep from my sight,” reported Officer Lowell Womack.

 Kenneth Ray Schultz was charged with DUI on Sunday, Oct. 14 following a traffic stop by Woodbury Police.

 Officer Brent Brock said “Schultz appeared dazed, disoriented and confused. Schulz wasn’t sure where he was, confused about what day it was, and was unsure about what time of day it was.”

 Bruce Daniel was charged with public intoxication and resisting arrest following an incident at Cannon County High School’s football game Oct. 12.

 “The subject, Bruce Daniel, was walking past us and Officer (John) House made contact with the subject. Officer House then confirmed to me had detected an odor of alcohol on Mr. Daniel. I observed that Mr. Daniel was also staggering as he walked,” reported Officer Tracey Stoetzel.

 Sheenia Grant was charged with retaliation for a past act by Woodbury Police following an Oct. 9 incident during which she allegedly made posts on Facebook following her husband appearing in court on aggravated domestic assault charges.

 Stephanie Mooneyham faces multiple charges following her arrest Oct. 16 at Quick Shop Market.

 Police viewed video footage of Ms. Mooneyham entering the store, walking to the candy aisle and then picking up five or six candy bars which she then put in the pocket of her shorts. As she left the store, she grabbed more candy. She was then stopped by the store clerk, but Mooneyham left.

 She was stopped on West Main Street by Woodbury Police and was taken to the Cannon County Jail where she was searched. Officer Mandy Lynchford discovered three hypodermic needles, a tablespoon containing residue of what was believed to be morphine and a single hydrocodine tablet.

 Based upon the search, Mooneyham was charged with introduction of contraband into a penal institution, a Class D felony, possession of a schedule III drug and with theft of property.

 

 

 

 

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