Glazed Doughnut Driver Charged With DUI, Resisting Arrest

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Cannon County Sheriff's Deputy Brandon Gullet observed a Nissan truck doing doughnuts on Thurston Young Rd. during routine patrol on April 28, 2010. The truck almost hit Gullet's patrol unit and sped off, Gullet caught up and flashed his lights. The vehicle continued until it lost control and went into a ditch on George Scott Road. Two subjects ran away but one turned and brandished a pocket knife. Richard Van Dyck Butcher was ordered to drop the knife and got into a struggle with Gullet. Eventually he was subdued and Deputy Matthew Parsley assisted in arresting him. Butcher was taken to the hospital for evaluation and eventually charged with vandalism, DUI 2nd, implied consent, evading arrest, resisting arrest, and reckless driving.

Deputies Brandon Gullett and Matthew Parsley approached a stopped vehicle with no lights on Pleasant View Rd. on April 27, 2010. The driver Marlin Prater stated he had run out of gas. A syringe was discovered during a pat-down and a burned spoon was found in Prater's back pocket. The vehicle was towed and Prater was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Deputies Reed Bryson and Steve McMillen arrested Howard Walls after he refused to leave his sister's property on April 28, 2010.

Deputy Reed Bryson was dispatched to 850 Sycamore Road for a vehicle fire on April 28, 2010. There James Peeler explained that he decided to shoot his old junk van with a 12 gauge for a television show he watched regularly. The van caught fire while he was shooting it and the fire got out of control. WFD arrived to put out the fire.

Deputy Eric Moss responded to a suspicious vehicle at 199 W Main in Auburntown on April 28, 2010. Thomas Mullinax stated that a beige Toyota truck had been driving by Mullinax's 3270 Cooper Hollow Rd. property. Extra patrol was set up.

Deputies Brandon Mimms, Brandon Gullet, and Matthew Parsley responded to a fight on Eugene Reed Road on April 30, 2010.

Deputy Steve McMillen took a report on at 5435 Big Hill Rd on April 30, 2010 of a cow at large. Steve Hobbs explained that a Charlois bull had come on his property and was fighting with other cows. No one knew who the bull belonged to.

Deputy Anthony Young responded to a theft at 1300 Gassaway Rd. on April 30, 2010. Timmy Richards stated that someone had stolen his fourwheeler, a winch, and some firearms.

Deputy Anthony Young responded to a theft at 4564 Hollow Springs Road. Adam Deacher stated that someone had taken his air compressor.

Mark Thomas served a warrant on Robert M. Mason for violation of probation on April 24, 2010 at the CCSO.

Deputy Randy Neal responded to a break in that had already occurred at 496 Crossroad Rd on May 03, 2010. Gerry Nokes explained that someone had broken into the trailer where his workers live and stolen the groceries. This was not the first time.

Deputy Eric Moss responded to a theft at 3715 Hill Creek Road. There Cathy Barrett explained that her previous tenant, Tero Ortkiese had probably taken some things that were missing from the rental home and shed. Ms. Barrett did not wish to press charges but only wanted her things back.

WPD Incidents

Woodbury Police Officer Lowell Womack was dispatched to 317B Hays St on May 4, 2010 for a break in that had already occurred. Angie Campbell had left with her son around 18:30 and returned around 21:30 to find the front door open. A drawer full of medication was upside down in the floor but none looked to be missing nor did any other items.

Jeanette Lynn Olejniczak was found to be in possession of 1.5 xanax bars, a schedule IV controlled substance while being booked in at the CCSO on May 3, 2010.

Corey S. Bonham was stopped by Officer Brent Brock and found to be driving on a suspended license on May 3, 2010.

Sgt. John House was dispatched to Antiques on the Square on April 29, 2010. Someone had thrown something through the gall window of the building.

Sgt. John House charged Robyn Alesha Wilmouth with driving without a license and without insurance on April 29, 2010.

Jonathan Wayne Johnson was charged with aggravated assault, carrying a weapon, evading arrest, and public intoxication after pulling a pair of brass knuckles on Tony Epperson and attempting to evade Sgt. John House on April 28, 2010. Epperson was charged with aggravated assault after pulling a knife on Johnson during the argument.

Officer John Fesmire apprehended Ronald Jernigan Jr. for driving while intoxicated, simple possession of marijuana, implied consent, expired tags, financial responsibility, and not using headlights after dusk on April 28, 2010.

Christopher McCardell was charged with criminal impersonation after giving an officer his brother's name in an attempt to evade active warrants in Rutherford Co. on April 28, 2010.
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