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Carroll County Sheriff’s Report


Burglary — Deputies are investigating a recent burglary at Atwood City Hall.
According the report by Deputy Kenny Tucker, he went to 45 Black Street on May 10 and spoke with city recorder Amanda Browning, who advised him that $1,500 in cash was stolen from an office desk drawer, pry marks were found on the back door to the building, three office doors had been pried open and damaged, file cabinets had been pried open, and envelopes from night deposits had been opened and the cash taken. Total damage was estimated at $2,000. Tucker reported a security camera did capture footage of a suspect on the premises, though no arrest had been made at the time of the report.
Trespassing, License Violation — Jefferson Guy Crowe, 40, of Camden was charged with criminal trespassing and driving on a revoked license (fourth offense) by Deputy Michael Sevarns on May 28 in Huntingdon.
Sevarns reported he went to Stephanie Road after receiving a call about a woman being thrown out of a truck by Crowe. Sevarns found Crowe in a Toyota Tacoma parked behind a residence without the property owner’s permission. A computer check showed Crowe’s license was revoked.
License Violation — Angle Smothers, 31, of 40 Hunter Ridge Cove, Huntingdon, was cited for driving while license required by Deputy Chance Townes during a May 28 traffic stop in Atwood, during which Smothers was found to be driving without a valid driver’s license.
Theft — Cecil Pendergrass told deputies on May 30 that someone came on his property on Gardner Road in Cedar Grove without his permission, broke the window out of the shop behind his residence, and took several items, including a Dewalt drill valued at $150, a Craftsman chainsaw valued at $350, a bench drill valued at $300, and various hand tools valued together at $150.
Drug Possession — Eric Dewayne Milton, 52, of 45 Johnson Street, Trezevant, was charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of cocaine, and drug paraphernalia by Deputy Chance Townes during a May 31 traffic stop in McKenzie.
Townes reported that he pulled over a blue Toyota Highlander driven by Milton for a window tint violation, and after Milton denied permission to search the vehicle, a K-9 unit was called to the scene, and the dog indicated the presence of illegal substances. Substances that field-tested positive for meth and cocaine were found in Milton’s possession, as well as three glass smoking pipes.
License Violation — Christian Malik Workman, 23, of 145 Bell Store Road, McKenzie, was charged with driving on a suspended license (fifth offense) by Deputy Michael Sevarns during a June 1 traffic stop on Highway 104 in Cedar Grove.

Stolen Vehicle Recovered — Mike Smith of Trezevant told deputies on May 8 that he left his 1998 Chevy Silverado running in the parking lot while he went into the Dollar General Store in Trezevant, and when he came back out, he found that the vehicle was gone.
The next day, authorities found Smith’s vehicle abandoned in Trezevant and returned it to Smith.
Vehicle Theft — Jamie O’Mahoney of Cedar Grove reported a vehicle theft on May 8.
O’Mahoney told deputies that when he got up that morning, he found his 2000 Chevrolet Malibu missing from where it had been parked at his residence on Red Williams Road. O’Mahoney said that Kelsey Shank-Toler had been staying at his residence and was there the night before, and both Shank-Toler and the car were gone in the morning. No charges had been filed at the time of the report.
Stolen Firearm — Robert Todd told deputies on May 10 that someone took a 30/30 Winchester rifle valued at $300 from his residence on Crossroads Church Road on April 24 the same day he was planning to sell it at an auction.
Public Intoxication — Regina Dawn Brotherton, 58, of 230 Hollowell Road, Buena Vista, was charged with public intoxication by Deputy Jason Walker after Brotherton allegedly refused to leave the property of a relative on Buena Vista Road and was then found by deputies at the property in an intoxicated state.
Simple Assault — Charlie A. Davis, Jr., 25, of 3600 Highway 79, Trezevant, was charged with simple assault by Deputy Frank McGee on May 22 after Davis allegedly struck his girlfriend in the face causing visible bruising and swelling, taking her cell phone to keep her from calling for help, and threatening to tie her up.
Theft — Deputies are investigating the recent theft of cash and other items from a residence on Kiwi Lane in Huntingdon.
According to the report by Deputy Chance Townes, someone broke into the residence sometime on May 24 and took a safe containing $5,000 in cash, a diamond ring valued at $1,500, a wedding band valued at $1,500, and a bag of quarters.


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