Multiple Charges — Alex Paul Travelstead, 22, of Trezevant was charged with driving on suspended license: first offense, felony evading arrest, reckless endangerment, and resisting arrest.
On November 19, Deputy Scott attempted to stop a vehicle for violation of display of plate, the vehicle failed to stop. The driver almost crashed into a McKenzie patrol vehicle, then wrecking out in the woods off the Highway 22, allowing the driver, identified as Alex Travelstead, time to flee on feet. Travelstead’s license was revoked with no reinstatement date out of Weakly County in 2019. The following day a warrant was issued to Alex Travelstead at his home address for his arrest. Upon Officers arrival, they were informed Travelstead was in the back bedroom of the house. Travelstead acted in a very aggressive manor towards the officers. In an act of safety for officers, Deputy Hamilton tased Travelstead. He was taken into custody on November 20.
Vandalism — On November 20th, Officer Winberry responded to a call in reference to a property on Lakewood Lake Lane being vandalized. The owner stated someone took the vinyl siding and cut several different pipes from the property. The total estimate of the damage caused to the property is $750.
Driving on Revoked — Carlos Ray Wright, 45, of McKenzie was placed under arrest for driving on a revoked license.
On November 19, an officer responded to a call in reference to a male walking down Highway 77 unsteady on his feet. The officer was able to locate an individual near a van. Carlos Wright was parked on the shoulder off the Highway. A computer checked showed Mr. Wright had a revoked drivers license. He was placed under arrest.
Violation of Order of Protection — Cornelius Montreze Tuggles, 45, of Trezevant was charged with a violation of an order of protection on November 15.
Deputy Scott stopped Haley Baugh in order to serve her a warrant. The officer questioned the passenger identified as Cornelius Tuggles. Baugh stated the order of protection was close to ending. Dispatch confirmed the order of protection between the two was active at the time. Tuggles was arrested on a violation of order of protection.
Move Over Law — Mary M. Dement, 49, of Hollow Rock was cited for driving on suspended: #1 and violation of operation of vehicles of authorized emergency vehicle’s the “move over law”.
On November 18, a vehicle drove past a traffic stop failing to use caution or reduce speed, almost hitting three officers. The vehicle was stopped due to the violation, the driver identified as Mary Dement, also had a suspended driver’s license.
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