Fight over girlfriend ends in blood

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A fight over a girlfriend turned bloody when one male was cut at least twice during an altercation near Ivy Bluff.
Assistant District Attorney Trevor Lynch advised the case would be presented to the Grand Jury during its September session.
Authorities said the dispute began with a series of text messages sent to Bo (Johnny Nathaniel) Mitchell, who left his home to get some gas at a nearby market. He was traveling on Houston Parker Road when a small red pickup blocked the road.
The driver of the red pickup, identified as Todd Marshall, ran to the Mitchell's side of the truck and began striking him with his fists. Unable to defend himself, Mitchell reached for a Buck knife and struck Marshall in the right shoulder.
Investigators described Mitchell as 5-foot-9 and 140 pounds. Marshall is 5-foot-11 and 225 pounds.
Marshall continued to strike Mitchell until he was cut in the chest with the knife. At that point, Marshall left the scene.

Burglary arrests
Three men were arrested following a burglary on Eugene Reed Road.
Stolen were a safe containing $300 and assorted papers and knives, a Savage rifle and a 22-caliber long rifle, a cell phone and a wedding band and diamond ring.
The resident of the home had seen a purple Chevy Blazer in the area, which led Deputy Doc Smith and Deputy Paul Reed to the home of Brandon McCoy, who identified two other subjects in the burglary as Colton and Lucas Seivers.
Ultimately, a search warrant was obtained for the Seivers' residence. As a result, both Colton and Lucas Seivers were charged with manufacture of marijuana. Lucas was also charged with theft over $500 and aggravated burglary. Colton was charged with manufacture of marijuana and theft over $500.
Brandon McCoy was charged with aggravated burglary and theft over $500.

Drug charges
Deputy Jordan McGee was attempting to serve a warrant on on East High Street when an indoor marijuana grow was discovered. Jeffery Nichols was charged with simple possession and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Four-wheeler theft
An ATV was stolen from a home on Petty Gap Road. The yellow four-wheeler was a 2003 Honda and valued at $1,400.

Criminal Trespassing
Daniel Winters of Nashville was charged with criminal trespassing after he refused to leave a home on Hopewell Road. Deputy Mike Hainey also discovered a Texas drivers license belonging to Christopher A. Carrera in his possession. He was charged with illegal possession of another's ID.

DUI charge
Freddie Hughes was stopped on John Bragg Highway by Sgt. Tommy Miller for erratic driving. Hughes admitted drinking and handed Miller a Tennessee Identification card. Subsequently, Miller discovered that the numbers on the ID card had been altered. Hughes was charged with DUI, driving without a license, altered identification card and implied consent.

Wreck results in DUI charge
Anna Leona-Jean Tisdale was charged with DUI and other violations following a high-speed accident on Cove Hill Road.
"She had evidently been traveling at a high rate of speed and jumped the bridge on Cove Hill then went into a yard, over corrected and then went across the roadway, hit the bank and went airborne again breaking a telephone pole into two pieces. The pole was broken about waist high," reported Deputy Randy Wildes.
The car ended up upside down in the dry creek bed, he said.

Sgt. Melanie McCormick received a call that a white Chevy S-10 was all over Stones River Road and had nearly hit someone on a bicycle. A second caller said the vehicle had nearly hit them head-on. McCormick discovered the vehicle parked at a Short Mountain Market with the driver asleep. Finally awakened, the man identified himself as Troy Eugene Martin. After a series of field tests, Martin was arrested and charged with DUI, first offense.

Public Intoxication, Misuse of 911 Services
Johanne Higginson Rollins was charged with public drunkenness and misuse of 911 services after making a false call. Three deputies and an ambulance had responded to the call.

Warrants Served
Christopher A. Hoover, violation of probation (driving on a revoked license.)

Jessica Ring, violation of probation (vandalism).

Colleen Emeline Burlison, dogs at large.

Woodbury Police

Theft over $1,000
Steven Dewayne Davis was charged with theft over $1,000 in conjunction with a Volkswagen Jetta. The missing car was discovered behind a house on Hollis Creek Road. Making the arrest was Patrolman Tommy Miller. A hearing is set for Nov. 11 in General Sessions Court.

Collen Burlison was charged with DUI, first offense, following a traffic stop by Patrolman Sebastian Krauss. A hearing is set for Dec. 9 in General Sessions Court.

Driving on a suspended/revoked license
Michael A. Warner was charged with driving on a suspended license by Patrolman Sebastian Krauss. A hearing is set for Nov. 14 in General Sessions Court.

Timothy D. Crawford was charged with driving on a suspended license and operating a motor vehicle without proof of insurnace by Patrolman Jimmy Hayes. A hearing is set for Oct. 14 in General Sessions Court.

Jacqueline Lacey was charged with driving on a revoked license and driving without insurance by Patrolman Jimmy Hayes A hearing is set for Oct. 14 in General Sessions Court.

Filing False Report
Jessie Alexander was charged with filing a false report by Patrolman Sebastian Krauss. A hearing is set for Oct. 14 in General Sessions Court.

Public Intoxication
Kenneth James Gammon was charged with public intoxication by Patrolman John House. A hearing is set for Oct. 14 in General Sessions Court.

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