Drug Related Charges
Deanna S. Weaver of Winchester faces multiple charges following an incident at a Woodbury home.
Deputy Kyle Wix responded to Tommy Parker Road in reference to an assault. The victim was sitting in his living room when Weaver, who was identified as a friend, entered the residence complaining that her tooth hurt and she needed some medication.
She grabbed two Loratabs that were laying on his counter and took them.
When the victim responded "what am I going to take" and stood up, Weaver allegedly spun him around and pushed him into a kitchen table. She then hit him with a chair and pushing him to the floor, Weaver then allegedly started hitting him with a propane tank several times in the face and on the arms.
The victim then dialed 911 before Weaver grabbed the phone out of his hand and pushed him down again. She then left the home.
Weaver was later discovered at South Ridge Apartments where she was taken into custody. She was charged with aggravated assault, destruction of property and drug/narcotics violations.
Jimmy Alan Taylor was arrested at the Cannon County Jail after turning himself in on trespassing charges. A hearing is set for Nov. 3 in General Sessions Court.
Deputy Kyle Wix investigated the vandalism of a custom mailbox, valued at $200, and two solar lights on Porterfield Road. The property owner witnessed a green dump truck run off the side of the road striking the mailbox.
Stolen Four Wheeler
Melissa Marie Carson reported the theft of an Arctic Cat four-wheeler from her home.
Violation of Probation
Angelica Paige Holt
Jessica Ann Brumit was charged with aggravated burglary and violation of a court order.
Lavon Lynn Nunnery
Jason Lee Hodge was charged with leaving the scene of an accident by Patrolman John House. He was also charged with driving on a suspended license and a violation of the financial responsibility law. A hearing is set for Nov. 10 in General Sessions Court.
Deanna Sue Weaver was charged with DUI by Patrolman Melanie McCormick. A hearing is set for Nov. 3 in General Sessions Court.