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Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports


Bridget D. Azbill, 36, of Wildersville was charged with Criminal Impersonation, Drug Paraphernalia and being wanted on a bench warrant.

On May 29, a traffic stop was conducted due to a call in reference to a sketchy vehicle in the area. The passenger, Bridget Azbill, gave the officers a different name saying she was Robin Woods. Dispatch and a computer check confirmed she was not Robin Woods, that she was in fact Bridget Azbill. Once in the patrol car, after being asked already if she had anything illegal and stating no, she told the officers she has a meth pipe hidden on her person. After she gave it to an officer, she was transported to jail without further incident.

Scottie L. Hunt, 41, of Cedar Grove was charged with Driving on Revoked -Fourth Offense.

On May 25, a traffic stop was conducted due to an officer’s knowledge of the driver, Scottie Hunt, having a revoked license for a DUI. Dispatch confirmed it was, Hunt advised he did not have a license. Dispatched confirmed he had three priors.

Steven G. Merrell, 43, of Yuma was charged with Possession of Schedule II (meth) and Drug Paraphernalia.

On May 29, a traffic stop was conducted due to a call in reference to a sketchy vehicle in the area. While speaking with the driver, Steven Merrell, the officer could smell marijuana coming from the vehicle. A search was conducted after Merrell gave the officer a purple grinder. Officers located a small plastic bag full of a substance that field tested positive for meth and a water bong with residue that also tested positive for meth. He was transported to jail.


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