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Matter of Record
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Bruceton Church of Christ to Jerry W. and Loretta E. Bomar. more
Cyrus Andrew McCammon, 20, of Bruceton to Madelyne Faith Jones, 18, of Ripley. more
Drug Possession — Ramona Kay Hendon, 52, of 529 Ledsinger Road, Huntingdon, was charged with possession of schedule II (methamphetamine) and drug paraphernalia during a June 16 traffic stop in Cedar Grove. more
Drug Possession — Billie Dwayne Pace, 60, of Huntingdon was cited for possession of schedule II (methamphetamine) at a local business on June 10. more
DUI — Officer Trenton Ruddy was on patrol shortly before 1 a.m. June 25 on South Main Street when he observed a black truck stuck on the train tracks. Upon investigating the incident, Monica Davenport claimed she was driving and was blinded by vehicle lights causing the accident. Ruddy also noticed Roger Hollowell, 40, of Huntingdon, was in the vehicle and appeared to be intoxicated, smelled of alcohol, and had bloodshot eyes. more
HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on June 22 and 23. more
Jonathan Todd Welch, 55, of Lavinia to Dana Christine Volner, 52, of Lavinia. more
Stella Hughes to Stella Bobbitt in District 2. more
Vehicle Theft — Officer Mark Boaz was on patrol of the McKenzie High School property on Saturday evening, June 18, when he observed a white male walking from the front of the building. Boaz stopped and questioned the male who stated he used to go to school here and was walking around reminiscing about his time here. Boaz advised him he needed to head on since there was no one at the school and with all the school activity across the country it just didn’t look good for him to be there. more
HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on June 15 and 16. more
Drug Possession — Chad C. Hedge, 44, of Cedar Grove was charged with simple possession of schedule II and unlawful possession of drug paraphernalia on June 1 at Walmart in Huntingdon. more
Theft — Deputies are looking into a recent case of theft from a vehicle in Huntingdon. more
McKENZIE (June 9) — Two individuals arrested in May were arrested again June 9 following a search warrant at the same residence in McKenzie. The arrests came as a result of a joint investigation into illegal drug activity by special agents with the Drug Investigation Division of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, McKenzie Police Department, Huntingdon Police Department, and the 24th Judicial Drug Task Force. more
License Violation­ — Christopher Lee Douglas, 50, of 1000 High Street, Hollow Rock, was cited for driving on a suspended license during a June 7 traffic stop in Hollow Rock. more
HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on June 8 and 9. more
Edward and Phyllis Ramsey to Woodhill Partners in District 1. more
Domestic Assault — The McKenzie Police Department received a call from a Hillview Apartment early Sunday morning, June 12, regarding an altercation that had taken place. more
Drugs, License Violation — Bedford Wortham, 48, of Huntingdon was charged with possession of schedule II with intent, drug paraphernalia, and driving on a revoked license (second offense) during a May 15 traffic stop in Huntingdon. more
Bradley Jay Hollowell, 59, of Huntingdon to Elizangela Hellen Neumeister, 30, of Huntingdon. more
Thefts at City Parks — A city maintenance building at McKenzie Park was broken into and the keys to a city truck were taken. No other items were taken on the report filed May 27 by Officer Kyle Beauchamp. On May 28, Officer Beauchamp returned to the park where the concession at the baseball field was broken into. A computer monitor, DVR hard drive and Samsung remote had been stolen from the upstairs press box. The DVR was part of the park’s surveillance system. more
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