Too Much Canadian Mist Spells Trouble For Brandy

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A Woodbury woman pled guilty to charges of Domestic Assault and Vandalism Under $500 in Cannon County General Sessions Courton April 24, four days after she was arrested.

On April 24, Cannon County Sheriff’s Deputy Steve McMillan along with Sgt. Randy Neal met Deputy Seth Perry at an address on Petty Gap Rd.where they were advised of a possible incident of trespassing by Brandy Resha Campbell, 1151 Hollow Springs Rd., Woodbury.

Deputy Perry said the complainant had called 911 stating Campbell was on the property uninvited and would not leave. Deputy Perry advised he had made two different attempts to locate Campbell during the previous two hours but was unable to make contact. At this point the complainant called and said Campbell was back on the property and was inside a truck.

The officers went back to the residence and found Campbell lying inside the truck along with a half pint of Canadian Mist with the seal broken. As they spoke with her, they detected an odor about her consistent with that of alcohol.

Deputy McMillen went to speak with the complainant, who said Campbell had been dropped off at the residence and started beating on the door wanting to come in. The complainant said she was advised to leave. Campbell went back to the vehicle which was still there and then returned to the house and continued beating on the door.

After not being able to enter the house through the door, the complainant said Campbell then busted a bedroom window.

Campbell was arrested on charges of Domestic Assault, Criminal Trespass and Vandalism. While being taken to the patrol unit Campbell started screaming and yelling treats at the complainant and was subsequently charged with Disorderly Conduct.

Campbell was given a partially suspended sentence of 11 months, 29 days on the Domestic Assault and Vandalism charges and ordered to serve 60 days in jail. She was assessed court costs on both counts and ordered to receive both Domestic Violence Intervention and Alcohol and Drug assessments. She will be on probation for 9 months, 28 days upon release.

The other charges were dismissed.

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