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Woodbury man charged in break-in

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A Woodbury man has been arrested for allegedly breaking into and stealing items from a Dowelltown home earlier this month.

20 year old Charles Edward Moody of Woodbury is charged with unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon, aggravated burglary and theft of property over $1,000. His bond is $75,000 and his court date is February 23.

DeKalb County Sheriff Patrick Ray said on Wednesday, February 1 Moody allegedly broke into a residence on East Main Street in Dowelltown and stole handguns, two computer tablets, Winchester shells, and $1,100 in cash.

Four days later on Sunday, February 5, Moody allegedly sold an Armscor 38 pistol to a resident on Pine Orchard Road. Moody, a convicted felon since 2016, cannot legally possess a weapon.

The case was investigated by a Sheriff's Department Detective.

Cannon County Sheriff's Office


DUI

Kenneth Lee Dalton, 59, of Woodbury was charged with DUI, reckless driving and a violation of the open container law. A hearing was set for April 4 in General Sessions Court.

Warrants
James Clayton Henley, violation of probation.
Jennifer Lee Lambert, violation of probation.
Dustin R. Rogers, violation of probation.

Mailbox destroyed

A mailbox, valued at $80, was destroyed by a motorist at 7553 Hollow Springs Road.


Woodbury Police


Meth Charges
Justin Wayne Thomas was charged with possession of a Schedule 2 drug, methamphetamine, for resale by Patrolman John House. Thomas was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. A hearing is set for March 14 in General Sessions Court.

Drug Possession
Dennis M. Pethke was charged with possession of a Schedule 2 drug, oxymorphine, by Patrolman Dustin Pack. A hearing is set for March 14 in General Sessions Court.

Driving on Suspended

Jason W. Williams was charged with driving on a suspended license by Patrolman Chris Bell. A hearing is set for March 14 in General Sessions Court.
Nicole D. Carman was charged with driving on a suspended license by Patrolman T. Miller. A hearing is set for March 14 in General Sessions Court.

Evading Arrest
Michael Barrett was charged with evading arrest by motor vehicle and driving on a suspended license by Patrolman Chris Bell. A hearing is set for March 14 in General Sessions Court.

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