Two People Charged After Domestic Assault Incidents

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Local law enforcement officers charged two people with domestic assault recently following separate incidents.

• Robert Blake Foster, 55 Fair Oak Lane, Woodbury, was charged with domestic assault on May 19 by Cannon County Sheriff’s Deputy Brandon Gullett. Foster allegedly slapped the victim across the face, then choked her, leaving marks on her face and neck. The alleged incident took place inside the resident while their small child was inside. Bond was set at $2,500. Initial court date is July 12.

• Angel Marie Roy, 524 McFerrin St., Woodbury, was charged with domestic assault on May 18 by Woodbury Police Sgt. Lowell Womack. Roy allegedly threw a candle which hit the face of one victim, and scratched the face of another victim. Bond was set at $2,500. Initial court date is June 14.

• Raymond Alex Haines, 101 Sunny Slope Rd., Apt. 103, Woodbury, was charged with public intoxication on May 20 by Woodbury Police Sgt. John House following an incident on W. High St. Bond was set at $500. Initial court date is June 14.

• Tina Meador Mullen, 207 W. Colonial St., Woodbury, was charged with violation of an order of protection by Cannon County Sheriff’s Investigator Anthony Young. On May 19, Tina Mullen allegedly had Maranda Tabler of 610 Buck Lane, Murfreesboro, contact Brian Mullen by cell phone. This third party contact is a violation of the order of protection place against Tina Mullen. Sgt. Randy Neal went to 511 Tilford Court on May 20 and served the warrant on Mullen, who is being held without bond. Initial court date is July 12.

• Tiffanie Ernesta Burress, 923 Reed Ct., Woodbury, was charged with driving without a license by Woodbury Police Patrolman John Fesmire on May 18 following a traffic stop on W. Adams St. A release citation was issued. Initial court date is July 26.

• CCSD Sgt. Randy Neal went to 213 E. High St. on May 25 to serve an arrest warrant on Britney Watlington for violation of probation. Once she was taken into custody she was transported to the Cannon County Jail for processing.

• CCSD Deputy Eric Moss observed Johnny Duncan get out of a white Ford truck on May 25 at the Quick Shop Market. Deputy Moss confirmed through Cannon County Dispatch that there was an active warrant for Duncan’s arrest. He was taken to the Cannon County Jail and booked.

• Duputy Tommy Barker was dispatched to 5871 McMinnville Rd. on May 24 in reference to theft of property. Upon arrival he spoke with Hugh Parton and Rebecca Parton. Hugh Parton stated they left the residence around 8 a.m. and when they returned home around 1 p.m. their utility trailer was gone. He stated the trailer was parked in the back yard next to a fence and was secured by a smaller type log chain locked to a red metal fence post. The trailer is a 5’ X 8’ tilt trailer with metal side rails and a wooden bottom and standard 15” tires. The trailer lights do not work and the right rear tail light is broken. Parton also stated the trailer has been sitting locked to the fence since the start of winter. The only thing in the trailer was a dogfood bag and the lock and chain was also taken from the residence.

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