Three Face DUI Charges
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Among recent arrests by the Cannon County Sheriff’s Dept. and the Woodbury Police Dept. were three people charged with DUI.

• Jeremy Dean Sissom, 319 Jay Circle, Woodbury, was charged with Possession of a Schedule VI drug and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on Nov. 9 by Woodbury Police Patrolman Patrick Fann. Patrolman Fann was at Sissom’s residence looking for some kids who had broken into a house down the road. He was given permission to enter the residence by Cecilia Bowman. Upon entry he smelled marijuana. The marijuana was found inside a dresser in a bedroom. A pipe used to ingest methamphetamine was found where the marijuana was located. Total bond was set at $4,500. Initial court date is Dec. 20.

• William E. Eisenmann, 4436 Hurricane Creek Rd., Woodbury, was charged with Aggravated Burglary, Theft over $1,000 and Vandalism under $500 on Nov. 2 by Woodbury Police Sgt. Lowell Womack. Eisenmann allegedly entered a home on Laurel St. in Woodbury on Oct. 26 and stole appliances, electronics, furniture and several other items with a total value of $1,480. Eisenmann allegedly broke the window of the back door while making entrance, causing $245 in damage. Total bond was set at $12,500. Initial court date is Dec. 13.

• Gregory Melvin Green, 7071 Jim Cummings Hwy., Bradyville, was charged with Driving Under the Influence and Violation of the Implied Consent Law on Nov. 4 by Cannon County Sheriff’s Deputy Reed Bryson.

Deputy Bryson was dispatched to a vehicle sitting in the roadway on Bradyville Road and a possible drunk driver. Upon arrival the deputy observed a tan Nissan Altima sitting eastbound in the northbound lane of Bradyville Road against a guard rail. There was one white male, Green, in the driver side door knelt down.

When the deputy approached the vehicle the deputy could smell the odor of an intoxicant. Green stood up and was unsteady on his feet. When asked, Green said he was the driver of the vehicle. He had a strong odor of an intoxicant about his person. He also had watery, bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and was unsteady on his feet. When asked for his driver’s license Green first handed Deputy McMillen an expired gun carry permit. When advised of this Green handed the deputy another gun carry permit. Upon a third request Green gave the deputy his driver’s license.

Green said he was driving northbound on Bradyville Rd. and then he turned the vehicle to the right and ended up sitting sideways. Green was not satisfactory able to perform a series of field sobriety tests administered by the deputy. He was placed under arrest for DUI. He was transported to Stones River Hospital for a blood alcohol content test. He signed the consent form but then refused to allow the technician to draw blood. He also refused to sign the implied consent citation. His bond was set at $3,200. Initial court date is Jan. 3.

• Jonathan Wayne Johnson, 208 E. High St., Woodbury, was charged with Driving Under the Influence, Violation of the Implied Consent law and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia on Nov. 4 by Cannon County Sheriff’s Deputy Steve McMillen. At approximately 7:30 p.m. on that date Deputy McMillen responded to the 2000 block of Dickens Hill Rd. for a report of a motor vehicle crash. Upon arrival he spoke with Johnson, the driver of the vehicle, who was still seated in the driver’s seat. The deputy noted Johnson seemed unaware of how his vehicle had run off the roadway. The deputy observed a scratch to the left side of Johnson’s head and one on his right hand. Deputy McMillen also observed where Johnson had stuffed a bag of catnip inside his left boot. Johnson denied smoking the catnip. Catnip is sometimes smoked like marijuana. Also found in Johnson’s possession was a pipe used to smoke marijuana.

At this point EMS tried to treat Johnson for his scratches but he became very uncooperative and refused medical care.

When Johnson exited the ambulance he was unsteady on his feet to the point that he stumbled and the deputy had to keep him from falling. After failing to perform a series of field sobriety tests to the satisfaction of the deputy and refusing to submit to a blood test, Johnson was taken to the county jail and booked. His bond was set at $4,000. Initial court date is Jan. 3.

• Alichia Evelyn Hullett, 119 Country Estates Road, Bell Buckle, was charged with Driving Under the Influence (1st offense) on Nov. 6 by Cannon County Sheriff’s Deputy Reed Bryson. While traveling southbound on Jim Cummings Hwy., Deputy Bryson observed a pickup truck sitting on the northbound side of the road with its parking lights on. The deputy turned around and pulled up behind the vehicle. He notified dispatch of the vehicle tag and his location.

As he approached the rear of the vehicle he observed both the rear driver’s side and driver’s window down. He then observed what appeared to be vomit on the driver’s door. He then came into contact with a female, Hullett, sitting in the driver’s seat, who appeared to be asleep.

Deputy Bryson knocked on the side of the truck to see if Hullett would respond. She did sit up. The deputy asked her what was wrong and she said she had gotten sick. While speaking with Hullett the deputy could smell the odor of an intoxicant coming from the vehicle. He asked her where she was headed and she stated Woodbury and said she was coming from Manchester.

When asked if she had had anything to drink, she said four to five mixed drinks at Coconut Bay Restaurant. She had slurred speech and watery, bloodshot eyes. Hullett was unable to perform field sobriety tests to the deputy’s satisfaction. She was placed under arrest, transported to Stones River Hospital for a blood alcohol content test, and then booked at the county jail. Bond was set at $2,000. Initial court date is Jan. 3.

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