Grizzle Charged With Possessing Meth, Marijuana For Resale

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A Woodbury man was arrested on multiple drug charges recently by the Woodbury Police Department.

Charged with Possession of Schedule II Drugs for Resale, Possession of Schedule VI Drugs for Resale and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia is Charles Thomas Grizzle, 496 Todd Road, Woodbury.

Grizzle was charged after he was apprehended on West Main Street by WPD Patrolman John Fesmire on Oct. 9.

According to the warrants taken out by Patrolman Fesmire, Grizzle has been suspected of meth manufacturing for over a year.

On Oct. 9, he was found to be in possession of baggies, coffee filters and an inhaler. The inhaler was used to hide/transport drugs, the baggies were used to package meth and marijuana for resale, and the coffee filters are directly associated with the manufacture of meth, the warrants state.

The inhaler was found in Grizzle's groin area. Two of the baggies contained white power. One of the baggies contained marijuana.

Total bond for the three charges was set at $34,000. Initial court date is set for Nov. 9.

In other recent incidents involving local law enforecement:

• Jennifer C. Hernandez, 925 S. McCrary St., Woodbury, was charged with Driving on a Revoked License, first offense, by WPD Sgt. John House on Oct. 10 following a traffic stop on West Main St. Initial court date is set for Nov. 9.

• Cannon County Sheriff's Deputy Tommy Barker investigated a report of prowlers in the Cunningham Road area in Readyville on Oct. 6. Deputy Barker obtained a description of a vehicle seen and heard in the area and arranged for extra patrols of the location.

• Mark Gannon reported damaging a mailbox while driving on Manustown Road on Oct. 10. Gannon told CCSD Deputy Steve McMillen he was driving east on Manustown Road when he went to reach for his phone. As he did his vehicle started off the shoulder of the roadway, then striking the mailbox.

• CCSD Deputy Eric Moss investigated a reported burglary at 3270 Cooper Hollow Rd., Auburntown, on Oct. 9. Property owners April Myers and Thomas Mullinax told Deputy Moss their shed and home had been broken into. Mullinax informed Deputy Moss of a person who might be involved in the incident. Myers told Deputy Moss she would provide him with a list of the missing items.

• CCSD Deputy Randy Neal investigated a report of a dog bite on Oct. 6. Michael A. Murphy, 442 Murphy Rd., Liberty, stated that he was at 1063 Judge Purser Hill Road visiting a friend and that as he was leaving and getting into his vehicle a dog from a neighboring residence ran up and bit him in the back of the leg. The neighbor, Jerry Underwood, 1111 Purser Hill Rd., McMinnville, told Deputy Neal his dogs were loose and that he and his wife were in the yard with them. He said he normally keeps them on a chain.

• CCSD Deputy Matthew Parsley to 249 Toy Denny Road on Oct. 8 in reference to a report of a prowler. Upon arrival Mrs. Jean George stated she heard someone close a truck door and then heard someone running toward the barn in the back yard. Deputy Parsley also spoke with Billy George, who stated someone was either trying to take medication from his vehicle or plant drugs inside his vehicle. Deputy Parsley search inside the vehicle and found no drugs, and searched the area and found no suspicious persons.

• CCSD Deputy Eric Moss served Daniel Marlow with an arrest warrant for violation of probation on Oct. 9.
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