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Matter of Record
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Shoplifting — Tracy L. Longmire, 50, of Yuma was charged with theft under $10,000 and burglary other than habitation on November 24 at Walmart in Huntingdon. more
Phillip R. Marcy McKinney to Merchants Outlet Mall, LLC in District 22. more
Mystery Man — Anthony Joseph Bencivgnotad of West Virginia was arrested on various charges on Nov. 14 in Bruceton. more
Underage Consumption — Stephanie Campbell, 18 (address not provided), Cody Jones (age and address not provided), and James Peden (age and address not provided) were all charged with underage consumption of alcohol, and Peden was additionally charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, all during an Oct. 31 traffic stop in Huntingdon. more
Multiple Charges — According to a report filed by Sgt. Kyle Beauchamp, he made a traffic stop on a vehicle Thursday, November 18, due to potential violation of a protection order. The driver was known to be Ben Goodwin, 33, of McKenzie, who has a Temporary Order of Protection against him and had the “protected person” with him. Goodwin was initially arrested for Violation of Protection Order and was additionally charged with Driving On Revoked License-Second Offense. He was transported to Carroll County Jail while his vehicle was impounded by McKenzie Police. more
Felony Evading — Mathew Lynn Berry, 32, of Camden was charged with felony evading following a Nov. 11 police pursuit in Huntingdon. more
Meth — Robert J. McClerkin, 56, of Huntingdon was charged with drug possession during a Nov. 2 traffic stop in Huntingdon. more
William K. and Linda G. Coleman to Midway on the Square, LLC in District 4. more
Warrant Arrest — On Tuesday, November 16, Officer Cody Coleman and two other officers, served an arrest warrant out of Carroll County Juvenile Court on Melissa McCaig, 38, of McKenzie. McCaig was arrested at her residence without incident and transported to Carroll County Jail. more
•Miguel Burgos Garcia, 30, of Henry to Rachel Lynndsey Taylor, 29, of Medina. more
Simple Assault — Mr. Franklin Hewlett, of McKenzie, informed McKenzie Police that shortly before 10 p.m. on Monday, November 8, he was leaving work at a local restaurant when Jonathan Gant, 37, of Trenton, came around the corner of the building in an aggressive manner and attacked him. Hewlett stated that after wrestling with him for a short time, he was able to get free and go back into the building. more
Sarah Lynn Stone to Enrique Hernandez and others in District 22. more
HUNTINGDON — The following cases were heard in Carroll General Sessions Court on November 10. more
Aggravated Criminal Trespass — Huntingdon residents Jacob N. Borntrager (age not provided) and James A. Kee, 21, were both charged with aggravated criminal trespass and vandalism under $1,000 on Oct. 29. more
Court Order Violation — Robert Harris, 53, of 945 Bobbitt Road, Bruceton, was arrested on Nov. 8 for allegedly violating a court-issued order of protection. more
Ricky Dale Nutting, 39, of McKenzie to Bridget Gail Smith McMullin, 38, of McKenzie. more
Chloe Michelle Dickson, 21, of McKenzie to William Augustus Glass, 24, of McKenzie. more
Theft — A theft of a valuable dog was reported to McKenzie Police on Monday morning, November 1, by Tyler Ruddy, a Linden Street resident. According to the report filed by Officer Dalton Raspberry, Ruddy advised he had fed and watered his dog the previous evening and left the residence around 7 p.m. and his dog was there when he left. When he got up, the dog was gone. The dog is known as a Treeing Walker Coonhound. He is brown, black, and white and goes by Max. The dog is valued at $10,000. more
Jackie Bennett to James J. Streetman in District 11. more
Theft — Kathie B. Mann, 50, of Memphis was cited for theft of property under $1,000 on Oct. 31. more
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