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W.C. Sheriff’s Report – 5.06.10

W.C. Sheriff’s Report – 5.06.10

Posted: Friday, May 7, 2010 11:32 am

On May 1, Brodie Dillon Baker, of Martin, was charged with public intoxication and violation of drinking age law.
On April 29, Rhiannon Lynn Barron, of Paris, was charged with violation of probation.
On April 26, Joshua Austin Burton, of Greenfield, was charged with public intoxication.
On April 26, Dennis Wayne Cunningham, of Dresden, was charged with mfg/del/sell controlled substance, promotion of methamphetamine manufacture and possession of Schedule II.
On April 26, Casey Travis Dudek, of Union City, was charged with possession of Schedule II and promotion of methamphetamine manufacture.
On May 1, Robert Luke Ellison, of Greenfield, was charged with failure to appear.
On May 2, Clarence James Farris, of Martin, was charged with resisting arrest and public intoxication.
On April 29, Justin Matthew Head, of Nashville, was charged with theft from a motor vehicle (not parts).
On April 30, Takai Devon Holder, of Dyersburg, was charged with violation of probation.
On April 30, Jacqulin Nicole Howington, of Martin, was charged with failure to appear.
On April 26, Misty Dawn Hugueley, of Gleason, was charged with failure to appear and violation of probation.
On April 26, Kevin Lynn Jones, of Gleason, was charged with failure to appear.
On April 27, James Alan Kirk, of Martin, was charged with failure to appear.
On April 27, Lakota Kim Kirk, of Martin, was charged with failure to appear.
On April 26, Jessica Spring Lynch, of Union City, was charged with mfg/del/sell controlled substance, possession of Schedule II and promotion of methamphetamine manufacture.
On April 26, Micheal Thomas Lynch, of Union City, was charged with mfg/del/sell controlled substance, possession of Schedule II and promotion of methamphetamine manufacture.
On April 30, Lisa Amelia Markowski, of Martin, was charged with disorderly conduct and criminal trespassing.
On April 28, Brian Lee Melton, of Camden, was charged with failure to appear and violation of probation.
On May 1, Kathy Mary Murphy, of Sharon, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia and DUI-1st offense.
On April 26, Billy Joe Readenour, of Martin, was charged with mfg/del/sell controlled substance, possession of Schedule II and promotion of methamphetamine manufacture.
On April 26, Tammy Lou Readenour, of Martin, was charged with mfg/del/sell controlled substance, possession of Schdule II and promotion of methamphetamine manufacture.
On April 28, Daniel Aaron Reynolds, of Martin, was charged with public intoxication and violation of parole.
On May 2, Johnathan Dexter Shane, of Greenfield, was charged with resisting arrest and public intoxication.
On April 29, Jonathan Ray Smith, of Atwood, was charged with two counts of violation of check law and failure to appear.
On May 1, Carol Ann Speight of Clinton, Ky., was charged with DUI-1st offense.
On May 1, Jacob Lyle Swatzell, of Dresden, was charged with failure to appear.
On April 30, Atari Sylvester Thomas, of Martin, was charged with possession of Schedule VI with intent.
On April 28, Carl Ray Turnbow, of Sharon, was charged with criminal trespassing.
On April 30, Carl Ray Turnbow, of Sharon, was charged with violation of probation.
On April 27, Jeffery P. Williams, of Dresden, was charged with theft of property.
On April 28, Jeffrey Wayne Young, of Dresden, was charged with failure to appear.
Weakley County Sheriff’s deputies responded to the following incidents:
On April 12, deputies responded to Tumbling Creek Road, outside of Gleason, in reference to a residential burglary and theft of property. Arrests made and property recovered.
On April 14, deputies were dispatched to Hwy 190, in the Palmersville community, in reference to the report of a domestic assault. Two arrests made.
On April 14, deputies were called to Airport Road, outside of Greenfield, in reference to the theft of a wooden jewelry box and jewelry.
On April 15, deputies responded to Beech Grove Road, in the Sidonia community, in reference to an assault.
On April 15, deputies were dispatched to Garrett Road, outside of Gleason, in reference to the theft of three window air conditioners.
On April 15, deputies responded to Fellowship Baptist Church due in reference to a vandalism of a vehicle.
On April 16, deputies were called to Tumbling Creek Road, outside of Gleason, in reference to a complaint of a burglary and theft of a medicine cabinet and Troybilt weed eater.
On April 18, deputies responded to Palmersville Hwy 190 in reference to the theft of cash.
On April 19, deputies were called to the area of Bell Store Road, outside of Gleason, in reference to a dog bite complaint.
On April 21, deputies were dispatched to Claude Capps Road, outside of Greenfield, in reference to the vandalism to a gate.
On April 21, deputies filed a report in reference to a domestic assault that occurred on Bynum Road, outside of Gleason. One arrest made.
On April 22, deputies were called to Thompson Road, in the Sidonia community, in reference to the theft of 4 DVDs.
On April 22, deputies were called to Sidonia Road, in the Sidonia community, in reference to a domestic assault. One arrest made.
On April 23, deputies responded to Salman Road, in the Garrett Lake community, in reference to the complaint of trespassing. Three criminal citations issued.
On April 23, deputies were called to Sidonia Road, west of Sharon, in reference to the theft of medication.
On April 25, deputies were dispatched to Capps Branch Road, in the Garrett Lake community, in reference to a domestic assault. One arrest made.
On April 26, deputies were called to the area of Hwy 124, outside of McKenzie, in reference to the theft of a Clear Eyes Golf cart cover.
On April 27, deputies were dispatched to Hwy 22, outside of Gleason, in reference to the theft of a couch and loveseat.
On April 29, deputies responded to Hwy 124, outside of Gleason, in reference to the vandalism of a vehicle.
On April 29, deputies were called to Paris Hwy 54, outside of Dresden, in reference to a dog complaint.
If you have any information regarding the above incidents, please contact the Weakley County Sheriff’s Department at 364-5454 or Crime Stoppers at 1-877-364-TIPZ (8479).
WCP 5.04.10

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