Three Charged With Disorderly Conduct
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Recent arrests by law enforcement officers representing the Woodbury Police Department and Cannon County Sheriff's Department included three persons charged with disorderly conduct in separate incidents. Arrests were also made for drug possession, domestic assault and burglary.

• Samantha Briggs, 800 S. McCrary St., Woodbury, was charged with disorderly conduct by Woodbury Police Sgt. John House on March 19. Briggs allegedly “did, in a public place with the intent to cause public annoyance or alarm, create a hazardous or physically offensive condition by an act which serve no legitimate purpose.” Bond was set at $500. Initial court date is April 12.

• Brandy R. Campbell, 928 Trail St., Woodbury, was charged with disorderly conduct and criminal trespass by CCSD Deputy Tommy Barker on March 20. Campbell allegedly went to a residence on Petty Gap Rd. and started beating on the doors and windows, causing a public annoyance for no legitimate reason. Bond was set at $1,500. Initial court date is April 5.

• Charles D. Johnson, Jr., 1295 Bullpen Rd., Woodbury, was charged with DUI, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and violation of the implied consent law by Woodbury Patrolman John Fesmire following a traffic stop on S. McCrary St. Bond was set at $10,000. Initial court date is May 17.

• Philip Mark Adams, 5455 Syramore Creek Rd., Woodbury, was charged with aggravated assault (violation of an order of protection) and vandalism under $500 on March 21 by CCSD Deputy Reed Bryson. Adams allegedly kicked a door panel out, causing damage, and entered the home, in violation of an order of protection, and placing the residents in fear. Initial court date is May 3.

• Sally Woodward, 2510 Pleasant View Rd., Woodbury, was charged with domestic assault on Feb. 23 by CCSD Deputy Reed Bryson. Woodward allegedly became very irate and started throwing glasses and breaking pictures, along with other objects, striking one family member about the head. She also allegedly made physical contact with another family member in an offensive or provocative manner. Bond was set at $2,500. Initial court date is April 5.

• Angie Dawn Taylor, 141 Carter Drive, Smithville, has been charged with aggravated burglary and theft over $500 by the Cannon County Sheriff’s Department. According to court documents, Taylor allegedly made forced entry into the home of Betty Melton in Cannon County on Jan 12, 2010. While in the home Taylor allegedly took two jewelry boxes. Taylor then allegedly sold the stolen property to K&M Jewelry in Smithville. Bond was set at $17,000. Initial court date is April 5.

• Nathan Daniel Mingle, Trail St., Woodbury / 10064 Gassaway Rd., Liberty, was charged with underage possession of alcohol on March 18 by Woodbury Patrolman John Fesmire following a search of Mingle’s vehicle in the Farm Bureau / McDonald’s parking lot. A release citation was issued. Initial court date is May 17.

• Angel M. Roy, 923 Reed Court, Woodbury, was charged with underage consumption and/or possession of alcohol on March 18 by Woodbury Assistant Police Chief Kevin Mooneyham. A release citation was issued. Initial court date is April 12.

• Susan Kelli Norvell, 1967 Wilson Hollow Rd., Woodbury, was charged with DUI 1st offense on March 14 following an accident on W. Main St. by Woodbury Assistant Police Chief Kevin Mooneyham. Norvell was unable to satisfactorily perform field sobriety tests, and denied drinking or taking drugs. Norvell did submit to a blood test, of which results returned with numerous drugs in her system. Bond was set at $3,000. Initial court date is April 12.

• Saul Martinez, 121 Bybee Branch Rd., McMinnville, was charged with driving without a license on March 19 by CCSD Deputy Lawrence Avera following a traffic stop on John Bragg Hwy. Initial court date is April 5.

• Justin T. Barrett, 935 Simpson Rd., Bradyville, was charged with simple possession of marijuana and driving while license suspended (3rd offense) on March 11 by CCSD Investigator Anthony Young following a traffic stop on Petty Gap Rd. Bond was set at $12,000. Initial court date is May 3.

• Amanda Hilton, 605 Castle St., Murfreesboro, was charged with driving on a revoked license, 5th offense, on March 11 by Woodbury Patrolman Chris Brown following a traffic stop on John Bragg Hwy. Bond was set at $7,500. Initial court date is April 12.

• Amanda Nichol, 2317 Osement Rd., McMinnville, was charged with driving on a suspended license on March 11 by CCSD Deputy Eric Moss following a traffic stop for running a stop sign on Crossroads Rd. A release citation was issued. Initial court date is April 5. The vehicle was released to a licensed driver.

• Winfred George Nunley, 1400 Rosa Parks, Nashville, was charged with driving on a suspended license on March 16 by Woodbury Patrolman Chris Brown after Nunley’s vehicle was stopped on W. Main St. for a non-functioning headlight. Initial court date is April 12.

• Eric Bogle, 389 Sugar Tree Knob, Woodbury, was served an arrest warrant on March 18 by sheriff’s deputies Eric Moss, Tommy Barker and Lawrence Avera. The warrant was issued out of Okaloosa County, Florida. Bogle was transported to the sheriff’s department where is was placed on a on hold, no bond to await extradition to Okaloosa County.

• Kayla Nichole Tramel, 110 Court Manor, Woodbury, was charged with criminal trespass on March 22 by Woodbury Patrolman Brent Brock after she allegedly entered the property of Cedar Ridge Apartments without the property owner’s consent or a legitimate reason to do so. Bond was set at $1,000. Initial court date is April 19,

• Johnny Nathaniel Mitchell, 7089 Ivy Bluff Rd., Morrison, was charged with simple possession of a Schedule II drug (methamphetamine) on March 18 by CCSD Deputy Eric Moss. At approximately 11:20 p.m. that day, Deputy Moss stopped a red Chevrolet S-10 on Orville Duke Rd. for having a broken headlight. Shortly after stopping the vehicle, deputies Lawrence Avera and Tommy Barker arrived at the scene. Deputy Moss ran the department’s K-9 officer, Sonny, around the vehicle and the dog alerted to the odor of a narcotic at the passenger door. A search of the vehicle ensued and Deputy Baker found a small black canister that contained a white powdery substance in the floor board area of the passenger’s side. Mitchell, the passenger, stated the substance was methamphetamine and it belonged to him. Bond was set at $1,000. Initial court date is April 5.

• Sawyer Henderson, 354 Jim Hollow Rd., Woodbury, was issued a citation for dogs at large on March 16 by CCSD Deputy Travis Turney. The deputy responded to a call at that address and upon arrival spoke with Henderson and Leatha Darlene Burton. Burton said she lived next to Henderson at 328 Tenpenny Rd. Burton said she has had issues with Henderson’s dog coming onto her property before. Ms. Henderson stated she woke up around 6 a.m. and couldn’t find her dog. Burton stated around 8 a.m. she began searching for her dog and found it dead on the back porch. At this time Burton heard Mr. Henderson yelling for his dog. Mr. Henderson confirmed his dog was at large around this time.

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March 25, 2011 at 6:04pm
What's the world coming to. Eight of the ten charged with assault are females. Used to be that it was the man who was the overwhelming majority when it came to assault, and so a decent man would not feel threatened when dating a woman. Makes you think twice about checking into the background of anyone with whom you are thinking of dating!
March 26, 2011 at 11:21am
i only read 1 female who was charged with assault. the others were disorderly conduct, which means they could have just been loud and an annoyance to their neighbors.and there was only 2 or 3 of those cases. maybe us women aren't so bad after all huh?

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