Deputies respond to Cannon Mkt. alarm

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Deputy Melanie McCormick was dispatched to Cannon Market, 1256 Jim Cummings Highway, after a burglar alarm detected motion to the front door.

 McCormick arrived and saw that the left front door was shattered and a large piece of glass was broken out in the bottom of the door.

 The deputy checked all the doors for the market and determined that they were still locked. A check of the surveillance camera showed that the window shattered at 12:58 a.m. Entry was not made to the building and it appeared the window was shot out with a BB gun.

 Charles Grizzle, Todd Road, was charged with the theft of two four wheelers.

 One, a gray Yamaha YFZ 450, belonged to Clint Howland.

 Howland told Sgt. Steve McMillen that he had his Yamaha four wheeler inside the barn at his home on Jim Cummings Highway

 The second was a Suzuki 400 four wheeler taken from Bellhill Lane home of Jamie Barrett.

 Grizzle was charged with theft over $1,000.

 Issac Markum faces multiple charges following a domestic incident at his home on Goodrich Road.

 Markum was arrested for domestic assault, resisting arrest, assault on a police officer and false imprisonment.

 Deputies responded after receiving a 911 call from the son-in-law of a woman who was living with Markum. She said she had just been beat up and that Markum wouldn’t allow her to leave the home.

 Officers McCormick and Smith arrived at the house to investigate.

 “I got out of my patrol vehicle and saw Issac Markum was on the porch and came running down the driveway. Mr. Markum became irate and told me that I didn’t have a reason to be on his property and had no right to be there without a warrant,” Smith said.

 Markum became combative and struck Smith in the chest with his fist. Both deputies struggled with Markum until he was handcuffed and placed under arrest.

 Krissy Dodson was charged with DUI, open container, proof of insurance and reckless endangerment.

 Stephanie Mooneyham was charged with violation of probation.

 Barry Bynum was charged with violation of probation.

 Mandi Matthews was served with warrants for vandalism under $500 and criminal trespass.

 Austin C. Heath was charged with violation of probation.

 Jeffery L. Short was charged with violation of probation.

 Jamie Nicholson was charged with violation of probation.

 Kimberly Jones was charged with a capias and failure to appear.

 Patrick Morrison was served with three warrants for worthless checks.

 William Wilson was served warrants for capias and failure to appear.

 Steven R. Gentry was charged with retaliation for past action.

 Kayla R. Sanders was charged with violation of probation.

 Troy D. Gibson was charged with violation of probation.

 Robyn Wilmoth was charged with violation of probation.


James Paul Glenn was charged with driving on a revoked license.



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