Two Charged With Criminal Trespass After ‘Grilling’

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Travis Pinkerton, left, and Haley Holmes

Cannon County Sheriff’s Deputy Mike Smith was dispatched to 141 Hollow Springs Roadon April 14. Upon arrival he was informed by two witnesses that they observed a man identified as Travis Payne Pinkerton remove a barbeque grill and trailer from the back porch of the residence and place it into the back of a truck.

The property owners were out of town. One of the witnesses called one of the property owners and was told that no one had permission to be on the property.

That witness approached Pinkerton and was told by him that he was going camping and had permission to take the grill and trailer.

Another witness said he was walking his dog and he saw Pinkerton moving the grill and was told by Pinkerton he had permission.

Deputy Smith spoke with a property owner by phone and was told no one had permission to be on the property or to remove any items.

Pinkerton was accompanied by Haley Marie Holmes. They both reside at 9976 Gassaway Rd., Woodbury. Both were arrested on charges of Criminal Trespass. Pinkerton was charged with Theft. His bond was set at $3,500. Holmes’ bond was set at $500.

They are both scheduled to appear in Cannon County General Sessions Courton May 1.
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