Suspects play hide and seek with van

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A phone call to the Cannon County Sheriff's Department about a possibly stolen car resulted in multiple arrests on drug and theft charges.

Sgt. Tommy Miller received the call from Shannon Fischer saying she needed to report her Ford Star minivan possibly being stolen. Mrs. Fischer said she had taken the car to a residence of Purser Road to have it worked on. The vehicle was to be returned by Friday, July 25.

Mrs. Fischer said she called two individuals, identified as Derrick Goolsby and Kyshanna Frazier, about the vehicle they told her it was broken down on Hawkins Road and that they were waiting for a tow truck to pull the vehicle to a service station on Highway 96.

Mrs. Fischer then lost all contact with Goolsby and Frazier and that they refused to answer either her phone calls or text messages.

Sgt. Miller then called and reached Mrs. Frazier who denied knowing about the minivan and hung up on the officer. Two deputies were then dispatched along with Sgt. Miller. Once there, they located Goolsby, who said he knew they were there about the van.

Goolsby showed the officers the van which was parked in a driveway that was obscured by weeds.

“The van was not visible from the roadway,” Miller reported. “I then asked Derrick why the van was hidden and he stated that it was not hidden that he had just parked it there because of the storms.”

The deputies accompanied Goolsby and Frazier into the house where a man, identified as Eric Johnson, was sitting surrounded by a pipe, grinder and hemostats. Johnson said it was his home and that the drug paraphernalia was his as well. Investigator Anthony Young was called and arrived at the scene.

Ultimately, both Frazier and Goolsby were charged, by warrant, for theft over $1,000. Johnson and Goolsby were given citations for the drug paraphernalia.

Deputies investigated a report of a 12-year-old boy being chased at Reed Cemetery in Auburntown by two subjects in a Ford Ranger. The men denied chasing the boy, but one, Roy Ray Murphy, was arrested on an outstanding violation of probation warrant.
Deputy Mike Hainey pulled over a white sedan on Hollow Springs Road after witnessing it swerve across the center diver line several times. The driver, Anna Tisdale, began to rapidly tell Hainey about leaving the Spring Hill Hospital with a bad back, saying she had taken a Hydrocodone tablet to ease her pain.
After subjecting her to field sobriety tests, Hainey charged Tisdale with DUI. Several prescription pain killers were discovered in her car including Hydrocodone, Tramadol and Diazapam. A carryout cup containing Dr. Pepper and alcohol was discovered, along with an empty bottle of Cherry vodka were discovered.
She was charged with DUI.

Kenneth Goolsby was charged with aggravated domestic assault, kidnapping and aggravated criminal trespass following an incident on Hopewell Road.

Deputy Mike Hainey was dispatched to Gassaway Road following a report about a vehicle running off the roadway. The 911 Center also reported that a female on foot in the same area had nearly been struck by a car.
Hainey discovered Floyd De Rusycher and his passenger, Amanda Martin, about 120 feet south of the wrecked vehicle.
Hainey said De Rusycher had a strong smell of intoxicant on his person and subsequently failed two out of three sobriety tests. He was charged with DUI and eventually passed out while in custody. When he woke up later, he was overheard as stating “I'm lit.”


Warrants served

Jonathan Logan Briley, violation of probation and an amending violation of probation.

Margie Walls, worthless check.

Timothy Ryan Lawson, violation of community corrections.

Jessica Walls, violation of probation.

Monica Lee Barrett, violation of probation.

Daniel A. Winters, amended violation of probation.

Jimmy J. Pope, violation of probation

Chase M. Health, violation of probation (sale of Schedule II, possession of Schedule VI, vandalism).

Rachel M Srour, violation of probation.

Brandy Lynn Oldaker, violation of probation.

Raymond Edward Farless, charged with forgery and served with a child support attachment.

Joshua McGarry Gilliam, served with harassment warrant.

Debra Darlene Davenport, passing worthless check.

Dustin C. Hirzel, violation of probation (driving on revoked, possession of marijuana and vandalism).

Justin L. Todd, violation of probation (attempted manufacture of marijuana, possession of Schedule VI and possession of drug paraphernalia.

Patrick Gordon Clark, violation of probation.

Terry Mitchell, worthless check.

Jeffery Howard Bean, violation of probation.

Rodney M. Carman, worthless check.

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