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Carroll County Sheriff Department Reports

Dogs at Large — Eudgene Pritchett, 25 of Buena Vista was cited with dogs at large and given a court date.
On November 7, dispatch received a call in reference to a dog attack. The owner of the dog stated two large pit bulls attacked his dog and he was taking his dog to the vet. His dog unfortunately did not survive due to excessive injuries and died on November 14. The victim, James Selph, notified the police department informing them he knew where the dogs had come from. Officer Meier reached out to the owner of the two pit bulls, identified as Demarrus Pritchett, he spoke with the owner and noticed there were several dog kennels as well as other pit bulls. Mr. Pritchett advised the officer that his two dogs had escaped from their pen. Mr. Selph confirmed the dogs based on a picture sent from the officer.
Vandalism of Property — On September 5, dispatch received a call in reference to an electrical light switch inside a barn that had been vandalized. Deputy Boaz spoke with Ms. Jennifer and Tierra Williams who stated they came into the barn and noticed the light switch had been torn off the wall. Live wires were left exposed and sparking, the Williams shut the power off at the breaker in fear of the hay inside the barn catching fire. They were asked if any cameras were on the property, to which they replied that they had one trail camera set up, except it did not pick up who vandalized their barn. The Williams stated they were going to buy more cameras to have installed.
Multiple Charges — Hunter Shaun White, 23, of Hollow Rock was charged with disorderly conduct and weapon law violations.
On November 8, dispatch received information that Hunter White was disorderly and damaging things in the house. The caller stated narcotics were possibly involved. Upon the officers’ arrival, they spoke with the caller, who advised officers that White was under the influence, and they needed to do something about Mr. White. Officers could hear Mr. White acting out of order inside the residence and made entry into the home. White was placed under arrest for disorderly conduct. Officers also located a 9mm handgun in his bedroom, with White being a felon he was also charged with a Weapon Law Violation.
Multiple Charges — Michael Allen Stoltz, 49 of Lavinia was charged with drug equipment violations and a simple assault.
On November 5, Deputy Scott responded to a call about a domestic conflict. The victim stated Michael Stolz had assaulted her. The victim’s father stated his daughter had bruises all over her and scrapes all along her legs from where Mr. Stoltz had assaulted her. Deputy Scott contacted Mr. Stoltz who had a glass smoking pipe used for meth in his possession. Stoltz was arrested. 
Trespassing — William Matthews, 18, of Henderson was charged with criminal trespassing on October 30th.
Dispatch received a call stating someone was knocking on a window. Officers were advised it was possibly an ex-boyfriend, William Matthews, and a text was received stating he saw someone pull into the driveway. A description of his vehicle was given, and officers were able to locate Mr. Matthews about a mile away from the house in a parking lot. Officers talked with Mr. Matthews and charged him with criminal trespassing.
DUI — Tyler Edward Stewart, 28 of Huntingdon was charged with his third offense of driving under the influence.
On October 1, Officer Walker responded to a call about Tyler Stewart being intoxicated and unwanted. Officer Walker arrived and located Stewart sitting in his vehicle halfway in the road and driveway. The officer asked him to step out of the and noticed how unsteady Walker was on his feet along with the scent of an intoxicating beverage coming from himself. Due to how unsteady Walker was on his feet, a field sobriety test was unable to be given.


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