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Aggravated Assault — Alvin Lenard Walker Jr., 30, of Milan was charged with aggravated assault and domestic assault following a March 28 incident near Huntingdon.
Deputy Michael Mulligan reported he responded to an address on Old Stage Road after receiving a call about a domestic assault and spoke with Destiney Floyd. She told Mulligan that she and her boyfriend (Walker) had been talking next to his vehicle on the side of Griggs Chapel Road, and when she started to walk away, Walker accelerated the vehicle in her direction, causing her to fear for her safety. Video surveillance from a nearby residence supported Floyd’s account. Walker was later apprehended by authorities at his residence in Milan.
Drug Possession — Michael Wayne Shackleford, 26, of 344 Pleasant Hill, Hollow Rock, was cited for simple possession of marijuana by Deputy Steven Scott during a March 19 traffic stop in Bruceton.
Drugs, Criminal Impersonation — Charles Anthony Tillman, 32, of 1170 Bethel Church Road, Huntingdon, was charged with possession of a schedule II drug and criminal impersonation during a March 19 traffic stop conducted by Deputy Chance Townes on Rochell Road near McKenzie.
Simple Possession — Rebecca Anderson, 20, of 540 Enon Church Road, McKenzie, was cited for simple possession of marijuana during a March 19 traffic stop conducted by Deputy Steven Scott on Buena Vista Road near Huntingdon.
Drug Possession — Jamie Garrison, 41, of 7510 Highway 104 West, Cedar Grove, was cited for possession of a schedule IV drug by Deputy Michael Sevarns during a March 19 incident on Wood Hill Road.
Burglary — Deputy Michael Smith took a report about a break-in at 15925 Highway 424 in Yuma on March 5.
Resident Claye Reynolds told Smith that someone had broken into his home and had taken a Stoeger 20-gauge shotgun, an H & R 12-gauge pump shotgun, a Marlin 597 22 rifle, a Vizio 42-inch TV, and a 55-inch TV, all valued together at $1,750.
Theft — Deputy Kenny Tucker took a report on March 6 about theft of items from private property at 10120 Old Stage Road, Cedar Grove.
Resident Beverly Gowan told the deputy that someone came on her property sometime during the night and took three items from her front porch, including a 50-foot green and yellow water hose valued at $50, a Craftsman 26-gallon air compressor valued at $350, and two five-gallon cans of gas valued at $45.
Burglary — Deputy Michael Smith took a report on March 6 about a burglary at 2322 Roan Creek Levee Road in Yuma.
Resident Rex Hart told Smith that someone broke into his house and took an 870 20-gauge shotgun valued at $650, a Remington Spartan over-and-under shotgun valued at $800, and a 55-inch smart TV valued at $500.
Burglary — Deputy Eric Sawyers took a report on March 7 about a burglary at 7135 Highway 424 in Cedar Grove.
Resident David Jones told Sawyers that he left home at 10:45 a.m. and came home at 12:45 p.m. to find the front door open and that a Verizon cell phone valued at $400 and $250 in cash had been stolen.
Drug Possession — Allen Lewis Hardee, 33, of 165 Hale Road, Yuma, was cited for possession of marijuana by Deputy Cody Walker during a March 7 traffic stop on Highland Street in McKenzie.
Burglary — Deputy Jason Walker took a report on March 8 about a burglary at 875 Highway 424 in Yuma.
Resident James Segraves told Walker that someone broke into his house between 9 a.m. and 3:25 p.m. that day by busting out the glass of the back French doors, causing an estimated $1,800 in damage. A Dell laptop computer valued at $400 was reported as stolen.
Theft — Deputy Frank McGee reported on March 10 that a starter valued at $400 was taken off a backhoe parked at a construction site at 35 Buena Vista Road in Buena Vista.
Drugs, Warrant — Joseph Matthew Sellers, 30, of 191 Eli Brown Road, McKenzie, was charged with possession of illegal drug paraphernalia by Deputy Dennis Adkins on March 9 at a residence on Webb Road near McKenzie.
Ashley Beckham (age and address not provided), who was also at the residence, was arrested on outstanding warrants for violation of probation out of Gibson County.
Theft — Deputy Frank McGee took a report on March 11 about two packages of auto parts valued at $1,300 being stolen from the front porch of a residence at 535 Main Street in Atwood. The packages were delivered by Federal Express on March 8.
Drugs, Warrants — Chase Austin Norden, 23, McKenzie, was arrested by Deputy Dennis Adkins on March 11 for outstanding warrants out of Henry County and cited for simple possession of methamphetamine and drug paraphernalia after Adkins found Norden walking along Highway 22.
Theft — Deputy Frank McGee took a report on March 26 about an electric chair lift/carrier, valued at $2,500, being stolen off the patio of the Lake Side Retirement Center in McKenzie. The time of the theft is unknown.
Evading, Drugs — Logan Daniel Dodd, 31, of 407 Jamison Court, Huntingdon, was charged with felony evading, possession of methamphetamine, speeding, and driving an unregistered vehicle by Deputy Steven Scott following the March 29 police pursuit of a motorcycle driven by Dodd in Huntingdon.
Protection Order Violation — Steven Thomas Pinkston III, 37, of 146 Lexington Street, Bruceton, was charged with violation of an order of protection on March 28 at his residence for allegedly contacting a family member with a protection order against him.