A Woodbury woman is due in Cannon County General Sessions Court later this month to answer for multiple charges stemming from an incident which took place on Nov. 19.
Mary Ellen Carmack, 111 Bryson Court, Woodbury, was charged with filing a false report, vandalism under $500, theft under $500 and burglary of a vehicle on Nov. 24 by Woodbury Patrolman John Fesmire.
It is alleged that Carmack made a false statement to a law enforcement officer investigating a theft on Nov. 19. The stolen property was found in Carmack's truck.
Carmack stated she did not steal the items and refused to name who did. Carmack told the victim the name of the alleged suspect but then lied to law enforcement about the statement.
Carmack also said that it was someone who frequents Woodbury and is seen often by Carmack; however, on Nov. 24, Carmack said she doesn't see the suspect often and that she believes her to be from Murfreesboro.
The property Carmack allegedly stole belongs to Nathan and Paula Davis and consisted of various clothing articles, pictures and hygiene products.
During the process of the theft, Carmack allegedly busted out the windows and punctured the tires of a van belonging to the Nathan and Paula Davis. On Nov. 20, Carmack allegedly dumped the property back into the van, which resulted in many of the pictures being broken.
Total bond was set at $22,000. Carmack's initial court date is Dec. 14.