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Assault — A Westport man was arrested August 25.
Deputy Ethan Parham charged Shawn Marcus-Lawrence Tucker, 21, of 305 Clarksburg Rd. with aggravated assault, evading arrest, and possession of schedule VI. According to Parham’s report, Tucker was driving a Mustang on Highway 22 at a high rate of speed and nearly lost control of the vehicle as he turned on to Westport Road. When Parham tried to initiate a traffic stop, Tucker increased speed. Eventually Tucker opened the driver side door and slowed down, leading Parham to believe Tucker was trying to exit the vehicle. Tucker side swiped Parham’s vehicle before coming to a stop at an embankment. Tucker then tried to flee on foot.
Assault — A Trezevant man was arrested August 25.
Deputy Frank McGee charged Timothy Ray Cook, 52, of 4797 Big Buck Rd. with two counts of simple assault and one count of public intoxications. According to McGee’s report, Cook’s neighbors complained that he had come into their yard because he was upset about a dog barking. He then hit and pushed a pregnant woman and grabbed a man by the shirt. When deputies arrived, they noted that Cook appeared to be intoxicated.
Drug Violations — A Hollow Rock man and a Kentucky woman were arrested August 26.
Deputy Michael Smith charged Kaelin Dwayne Willis, 22, of 105 Ash Street and Alyssa Lynn Boadway, 19, of 189 Magness Rd with multiple drug violations. Willis was additionally charged with driving on a revoked license. According to Smith’s report, during a traffic stop deputies ran a K-9 unit on the vehicle Willis was driving. A drivers license check revealed Willis to be driving on a revoked license. The K-9 unit alerted deputies to the possible presence of drugs and the following were obtained from the vehicle: 29.5 grams of marijuana, 1 gram of cocaine, four pills of ecstasy, two Xanax pills, and a bag containing numerous plastic bags.
Trespassing — A Wildersville man and a Trenton woman were arrested August 27.
Deputy Tommy Decanter charged Brandon Anthony Quince, 38, of 1000 County Line Rd. and Heather L Wallace, 30, of 1202 South Lexington St. with trespassing. According to Decanter’s report, Quince and Wallace were found sleeping inside a cabin without permission to be there. There was a damaged door at the property.
Theft — Deputies are investigating a case of theft.
Johnny Moudy reported to deputies on August 31 that a 2000 Yanmer Mini Excavator, belonging to Barger Construction, was stolen from his property at 600 Grooms Rd. According to the report, the excavator is yellow in color with some teal green and blue framing on the cab of the machine. The vehicle is described as a tracked excavator with an open cab area. Further investigation of the property indicates the person responsible for the theft turned towards Hollow Rock when leaving the property. The estimated value of the equipment is $15,000.