Court Report

The following information reflects the actual filed documents or docket entries which are considered to be public record and contained in the official case files. The information provided herein includes the offense(s) with which an individual was charged/cited and the disposition(s) if the case has been concluded. No information is contained herein regarding charges/citations that have been expunged pursuant to state law. The information is subject to change at any time. It is important to note the Tennessee General Assembly has made it a criminal offense for information to be made public once it has been expunged pursuant to T.C.A. 40-32-101. Therefore, it is strongly suggested that you update any search before using the information for official purposes. In no event shall The Tomahawk be held liable for damage of any nature, direct or indirect, arising from the use of this information

David Kenneth Bitter Jr
Gs-19-Cr-551/Domestic Assault/Dep R Mink

Geoffery R Carroll
Tox Result Viol Date 12-31-18 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-3/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Poss Sch Ii
Ct-2/Dui 1St

Timothy R Church Jr
To Have Dl Or Plea
Viol Date 4-2-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-132/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-304/Dosl 3Rd/Dep J Ferguson

Shannon Clark
Gs-19-Cr-539/Sa A Veillon
Ct-1-/Intro Of Contraband
Into Penal Fac
Ct-2/Official Misconduct

Adam Ray Deyton
Gs-19-Cr-541/Criminal Trespassing/Dep A Worley

Pauletta D Dunn
Hearing/Stnaw Canter
Gs-19-Cr-120/Poss Drug Para/Dep E Martin

Danny Keith Eastridge Ii
Gs-19-Cr-542/Criminal Trespassing/Dep A Worley

Jancy Elaine Edwards
Gs-19-Cr-430/Driving W/O License/Sgt J Woodard

Rex Arley Farley
Tbi Cert & Div Pro Se
Gs-19-Cr-332/Harassment/Kayla Williams

William Brandon Fritts
Fallin
Gs-19-Cr-521/Fugitive From Justice/Dep A Worley

Keith Gregg
Gs-19-Cr-552/Dep T Brown
Ct-1/Evading By Mv
Ct-2/Resisting Arrest

Garet Wes Howard
To Have Atty Gs-18-Cr-132/Vop/Cci

Dana Douglas Johnson
To Have Atty
Gs-19-Cr-522/Harassment/Michelle Sizemore

Gary Johnson
Gs-19-Cr-537/Vandalism/Alan Mcfadden
Gs-19-Cr-538/Harassment/Michelle Sizemore

Linda M Jones
Gs-15-Cr-434/Worthless Check X3/Michael Barber Capias
Gs-19-Cr-555/Worthless Check/Amy Cardwell
Gs-19-Cr-556/Fta-Booking/Dep A Worley

Christina A Labond
Pro Se
Gs-19-Tr-159/Speeding/Thp M Brown

Charles E Lipford
To Have Atty
Gs-19-Tr-293/Dep A Worley
Ct-1/Speeding
Ct-2/Unreg Vehicle
Ct-3/Financial Responsibility
Gs-19-Cr-424/Felony Reckless Endangerment/Dep A Worley

Gary E Lipford
Gs-19-Cr-553/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Dosl Ct-2/Crimnal Simulation
Ct-3/Fugitive From Justice

Joshua D Lipford
Fallin
Gs-18-Cr-679/Vop/Cci
Gs-18-Cr-712/Vop/Cci
Gs-18-Cr-722/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Tr-68/Thp C Dunn
Ct-1/Unlawful Removal Tag
Ct-2/Driving Unreg Vehicle
Gs-19-Cr-264/Vandalism/Nathan Bolin
Gs-19-Cr-265/Poss Stolen Property/Dep E Martin

Stephen Dewayne Long
Gs-19-Cr-558/Sgt J Woodard
Ct-1/Agg Domestic Assault
Ct-2/Poss Handgun While Intoxicated

Elder Rodriguez Lopez
Gs-19-Cr-310/Vop/Cci

Tolby Lowe
Gs-19-Cr-554/Simple Assault/Preston Henderson

Nadine May
Loughrin
Gs-19-Cr-515/Dui 1St/Dep E Martin

Jason D Mcafee
Gs-14-Cr-577/Vop/Cci

William Thomas Mckinnis
Gs-19-Cr-494/Dui 2Nd/Dep E Martin

Marion Gene Norris
Gs-19-Cr-444/Dorl/Sgt J Woodard

Sonya D Osborne
Gs-19-Tr-335/Driving W/O License/Dep E Martin

Roseanne Pearson
Gs-19-Cr-549/Dep T Brown
Ct-1/Poss Drug Para Ct-2/Simple Poss Sch Vi Ct-3/Dosl 1St

Francisca Gabriele Perez
Gs-19-Tr-355/Driving W/O License/Ptl D Hicks

Dalton Cole Peters
Preliminary Hearing Roberts
Gs-19-Cr-224/Dui 1St/Dep A Worley

Juan Ramirez
Gs-19-Cr-560/Violation Bond Conditions/Dep R Mink

Ricky Ray Shelton
Preliminayr Hearing
Viol Date 10-23-18 Pd
Gs-18-Cr-807/Inv B Sutherland
Ct-1/Evading By Mv
Ct-2/Reckless Driving
Gs-18-Cr-903/Lt M Cress
Ct-1/Theft Under $10,000
Ct-2/Burglary

Thomas Arthur Sletvett Ii
Gs-19-Cr-557/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Poss Sch Vi Resale
Ct-2/ Dui 3Rd

Teddy A Street
Gs-19-Cr-550/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Simple Poss Sch Vi
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para

Jamie Alice Dunn Stout
Gs-19-Cr-450/Criminal Trespassing/Sgt J Woodard

Kristen Sturgeon
Gs-19-Tr-325/Speeding/Dep E Martin

Raymond Eugene Turner
Gs-19-Cr-386/Burning W/O Permit/Dep A Worley

Edgar Steven Warren For Plea
Viol Date 3-16-19 Pd
Gs-19-Tr-137/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Light Law
Ct-2/Registration Law
Gs-19-Cr-275/Poss Drug Para/Dep J Ferguson

Michael Jerold Wessely Loughrin
Gs-19-Tr-320/Dep E Martin
Ct-1/Speeding
Ct-2/Financial Responsibility
Gs-19-Cr-445/Dosl/Dep E Martin

Donna Jean Wilson
Gs-19-Cr-559/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Dui 1St
Ct-2/Dorl Ct-3/Evading By Mv

Daniel Ray Winters
Status
Gs-18-Cr-775/Dep R Mink
Ct-1/Domestic Assault
Ct-2/Leaving Scene Of Acc
Ct-3/Failure To Report Acc

Tiffany R Woods
Tbi Cert & Div Viol Date 5-12-19 Pd Gs-19-Cr-407/Poss Sch Ii/Dep J Ferguson

Courtney S Young
Hearing/Stnaw Stout
Gs-19-Cr-355/Dogs At Large/Keith Cornett

Criminal Court
Johnson County,
Tennessee
The Honorable
STACY L. STREET,
Presiding
thursday, July 11, 2019

Holly Drew Burchette
Jury Trial $4000 Bond With M&S Fallin
18-Cr-50/ Thp
Ct-1/ Dui

Jamie Alice Dunn Jury Trial $8,000 Tn Bonding Fallin
18-Cr-167/ Mcpd
Ct-1/ Dui 3Rd Ct-2/ Dorl 2Nd

Criminal Court
Johnson County,
Tennessee
The Honorable
STACY L. STREET,
Presiding
Friday, July 12, 2019

Deborah A Adams Arraignment Probation Viol $3,000- Aaa Bonding Judgment 1-5-17
16-Cr-91/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Intro Contraband

Steve Wayne Arnold
Pdl/Motions Summons Only Stout 19-Cr-48/ Mcpd
Ct-1-2/ Domestic Assault

Joseph Ray Barry Pdl/Motions Probation Viol No Bond-Jail Pd
Judgment 8-25-17
16-Cr-111/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Evading Arrest
Ct-2/ Leaving Scene Of Accident

Jeffrey Chance Byrd
Status Of Rehab Probation Viol $7,500 Bond-Jail Fallin
Judgment 12/11/17
17-Cr-150/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Theft Over $2,500
17-Cr-124/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Failure To Appear

John Dillon Church Pdl/Motions $2,500 Tn Bonding Pd
Transport From Prison Sent 5-9-19
18-Cr-193/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Theft Of Property $1,000 Or Less
New Charge 19-Cr-9/ Jcsd Arraignment $50,000 Bond- Jail
Ct-1/ Failure To Apper
Arlie Franklin Coffey Arraignment Probation Viol No Bond-Jail
Judgment 1-14-05
4099/ Jcsd Ct-1/ Att. Manf Meth
4178/ Jcsd Ct-1/ Att. Manf Meth
4274/ Jcsd Ct-1/ Poss Drug Para

David Allen Cooper Arraignment $50,000- Jail
19-Cr-88/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Failure To Appear

Robert Warren Courtner Jr.
Pdl/Motions Probation ViolNo Bond-Jail Pd
Judgment 8-18-14
6102/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Initiation Process Manuf Meth

Daniel Lynn Deyton
Arraignment Probation Viol $5,000 -Tn Bonding
Probation Viol No Bond-Jail
Judgment 4-13-18
17-Cr-156/ Jcsd
Ct-3/ Vandalism $1,000 Or Less
Ct-4/ Viol Order Of Protection
Ct-5/ Dui 2Nd
Ct-6/ Dorl 2Nd
18-Cr-95/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Dorl 4Th
Ct-2/ Evading Arrest
Ct-3/ Leaving Scene Of Accident

Elizabeth Lee Donnelly Pdl/Motions $25,000 Bond-Jail Pd
19-Cr-72/Jcsd
Ct-1/ Intro Contraband Into Penal Institution
Ct-2/ Tampering With Evidence

Jimmy Ray Eggers Pdl/Motions $2,500 Bond Tn Bonding Fallin
18-Cr-161/ Jcsd
Ct-1-2/ Agg Assault
Ct-2/ Vandalism
18-Cr-162/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Evading Arrest By Motor Vehicle

Jacob Daniel Furchess Sentencing Hearing $50,000 Deed Of Trust Fallin
18-Cr-189/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Agg Rape

Nicky Robert Gentry
Pdl/Motions $5,000 Bail Fast Bonding Stout
19-Cr-41/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Felony Evading Arrest
Ct-2/ Dui 2Nd
Ct-3/ Dorl 2Nd
Ct-4/ Resisting Arrest

Mario Rafael Gonzales Pdl/Motions Probation Viol
No Bond-Jail Pd Judgment 4-23-18
17-Cr-174/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Theft $1,000 Or Less
Ct-2/ Poss Drug Para
Ct-3/ Dorl 17-Cr-175/ Jcsd
Ct-2, 10, 12, 14,19/ Identity Theft

Richard David Hall Jr
Status Of Federal Cases Probation Viol No Bond-Jail Fallin
Judgment 3/2/18
16-Cr-168/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-4/ Manf Sch Vi

Teresa Kay Hamby Petition For Relief Of Fines Pro Se 14-Cr-127/ Jcsd
Ct-1-2/ Sale Sch Ii Over ½ Gram

Jeffrey Wayne Norris
Arraignment Probation Viol $2,000 Tn Bonding
To Have Atty
Judgment 5-7-18 17-Cr-160/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Agg Burglary
Ct-2/ Theft Over $1,000

Elizabeth Rose Novotny Pdl/Motions $20,000 Bond-Jail Pd
19-Cr-71/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Intro Contraband Into Penal Facility
Ct-2/ Simple Poss Sch Iii
Ct-3/ Simple Poss Sch Iv

Ira Oaks Jr
Pdl/Motions Probation Viol $3,000 Tn Bonding Pd
Probation Viol No Bond-Jail
14-Cr-120/ Jcsd Judgment 3-23-15
Ct-1/ Att. To Obtain Narcotics By Fraud
New Charge Pdl/Motions $31,500 Or Bond
19-Cr-64/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Poss Meth With Intent To Sell Or Deliver
Ct-2/ Simple Poss Sch Iv

Robert Alan Olen Jr Appeal From Sessions Court Criminal Summons
19-Cr-109/ Mark Potter
Ct-1/ Harrasment

Durrell Marquis Price
Pdl/Motions $50,000-Jail Pd
Transport Order Sent 5-9-19
19-Cr-49/Jcsd
Ct-1/ Att. Second Degree Murder
Ct-2/ Agg Assault

Joni Dominique Price
Pdl/Motions Probation
Viol 1St 2-27-19 $3,000-Tn Bonding Pd
Probation Viol 2Nd 5-1-19 No Bond-Jail
Judgment 11-19-18
18-Cr-115/Jcsd
Ct-1/ Sale Meth Under .5 Gram
Ct-2/ Sale Meth Over .5 Gram

Tabitha Ashley Price
Pymt/ Compliance
Probation Viol Summons Capias- 5,000- Aaa Bonding
Judgment 12/20/11
13-Cr-171 / Jcsd
Ct-1/ Att Theft Over $500

Herbert Wayne Reall Iii Pdl/Motions $5,000 Bond-Jail Pd
19-Cr-47/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Agg Assault
Ct-2/ Felony Evading Arrest
Ct-3/ Simple Poss Meth
Ct-4/ Simple Poss Sch Vi
Ct-5/ Poss Drug Para
Ct-6/ Evading Arrest
Ct-7/ Resisting Arrest
Ct-8/ Driving On Revoked License

Ricky Ray Shelton Arraignment $50,000- Jail
19-Cr-85/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Failure To Appear

Ronnie D Stines Arraignment Probation Viol No Bond-Jail
Judgment 4-8-11
4213/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Sale Sch Ii
5690/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Viol Hmo

Tyler Drew Taylor
Pdl/Motions Probation Viol $3,000 Tn Bonding Pd
Judgment 2-15-19
18-Cr-151/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Theft Over $1,000
Ct-3/ Dosl
19-Cr-6/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Failure To Appear

Nancy Roselee Young
Pdl/Motions $55,000 Bond-Jail Pd
18-Cr-159/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Intro Of Weapon Where Prisioners Are Quartered
Ct-2/ Manf Sch Ii

TBI releases annual School Crime and Domestic Violence studies

NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released two new studies today, detailing the volume and nature of crime on school campuses and crime identified as having a domestic violence nexus. Both studies utilize data from the Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System (TIBRS).

Among the findings of
‘School Crime 2018’:
•The overall number of offenses reported as having occurred on a school campus increased 13.9 percent from 2016 to 2018.
•Simple Assault was the most frequently reported offense, at 37.6 percent.
•The month of September had the highest frequency of reported school crimes.
•Females accounted for 53.3 percent of reported victims.

Among the findings of
‘Domestic Violence 2018’:
•A total of 73,568 offenses were reported as domestic-related in 2018, reflecting a decrease of 5.8 percent from 2017 to 2018.
•Of the reported domestic violence offenses, 49,455 of them were reported as Simple Assault.
•Females were three times more likely to be victimized than males, accounting for 71.1 percent of all reported domestic violence victims.
•Domestic violence was reported as a factor in 98 murders in 2018.
“The issue of domestic violence is by no means a novel problem in American society,” said TBI Director David Rausch. “The persistence of domestic violence and the large number of related incidents reported to law enforcement necessitate continued awareness about this issue.”
Both reports are now available for further review and download on the TBI’s website: https://www.tn.gov/tbi/divisions/cjis-division/recent-publications.html.

Sheriff’s Report

06/21/2019 Joseph R Denney, Fox Hollow Rd, Violation Of Probation
06/21/2019 Jennifer L Dixon, Gentry Creek Rd, Sale Of Methamphetamine X 3
06/21/2019 William B Fritts, Adams Rd, Fugitive From Justice
06/21/2019 Terry D Mounts, Hwy 67 W, Possession Of Methamphetamines, Sale Of Methamphetamines X 3, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, Maintaining A Dwelling For Sale Of Drugs X 2
06/21/2019 Tabitha A Price, Clyde Lewis Ln, Criminal Conspiracy, Possession Of Methamphetamine X 2
06/22/2019 Brandon D Roark, Glenn Drive, Possession Of Schedule Vi Drugs
06/23/2019 Brandon E Sneed, Village Square Ln, Vandalism As Domestic Violence, Disorderly Conduct
06/24/2019 Jerry D Grubb, Dry Branch Rd, Harassment X 2
06/24/2019 Samantha N Hall, Roan Creek Rd, Violation Of Community Corrections
06/24/2019 Dana D Johnson, Crowder Rd, Harassment
06/24/2019 Ronnie D Stines, Elk Park Nc, Violation Of Community Corrections
06/25/2019 Austin R Church, Main Street, Evading Arrest By Foot, Violation Of Probation, Drviignon Revoked Drivers License
06/25/2019 Joan E Clark, Stout Rd, Simple Assault
06/25/2019 James C Cole, Hwy 421 S, Theft Of Property U/$10,000
06/26/2019 Christopher Lash, Elizabethton, Violation Of Probation
06/26/2019 Billy J Moretz, Grindstaff Rd, Attachment – Failure To Pay Child Support
06/26/2019 Ronald A Reagan, S Church St, Violation Of Probation X 2
06/26/2019 James D Wallace, Rainbow Rd, Violation Of Probation
06/27/2019 Gary Johnson, Crowder Rd, Vandalism, Harassment
06/27/2019 William Phillips, Hwy 91 N, Conspiracy To Manufacture Schedule Vi Drugs, Manufacture For Resale
06/27/2019 Mitchell L Stout, Damascus Va, Capias

Court Report

The following information reflects the actual filed documents or docket entries which are considered to be public record and contained in the official case files. The information provided herein includes the offense(s) with which an individual was charged/cited and the disposition(s) if the case has been concluded. No information is contained herein regarding charges/citations that have been expunged pursuant to state law. The information is subject to change at any time. It is important to note the Tennessee General Assembly has made it a criminal offense for information to be made public once it has been expunged pursuant to T.C.A. 40-32-101. Therefore, it is strongly suggested that you update any search before using the information for official purposes. In no event shall The Tomahawk be held liable for damage of any nature, direct or indirect, arising from the use of this information

Charlotte Mae Wilburn To Have Dl
Gs-19-Cr-83/Dorl/Dep A Worley

Hunter Dean Atwood
Gs-19-Cr-535/Dep E Martin
Ct-1/Prohibited Activities
Ct-2/Criminal Trespassing

Timothy G Baldwin Hearing/Stnaw Canter
Gs-18-Tr-610/Speeding/Thp R Wills

Michael M Barnes
Gs-19-Cr-392/Stalking/Lt M Mullins

Ada Clara Bird
Gs-19-Tr-263/Speeding/Thp M Brown

Timothy G Brown
Gs-19-Tr-348/Sgt J Peters
Ct-1/Improper Passing
Ct-2/Due Care

Danny Ray Buchanan
Gs-19-Cr-442/Driving W/O License/Dep A Worley

Katherine L Burtt
Gs-19-Tr-276/Speeding/Thp M Brown

Morgan M Church
Hearing/Stnaw Pro Se
Gs-19-Cr-211/Dogs At Large/
Jeffery Jones

Arlie Franklin Coffey
Gs-19-Cr-534/Dep T Brown
Ct-1/Evading By Mv
Ct-2/Evading Arrest
Ct-3/Resisting Arrest

James Christopher Cole Curtis
Gs-19-Cr-528/Theft Under $1000/
Lt M Cress

David Allen Cooper
Gs-18-Cr-742/987/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-221/Agg Domestic Assault/Dep R Norris
Gs-19-Cr-533/Dep B Sexton
Ct-1/Poss Drug Para
Ct-2/Resisting Arrest
Ct-3/Evading By Foor
Ct-4/Poss Sch Iii

Stacy E Daley Preliminary Hearing Canter
Gs-19-207/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-2/Criminal Conspiracy
Gs-19-208/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Maintaining Dwelling
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para
Ct-3/Poss Sch Vi Resale

Jennifer Lynn Dixon Curtis
Gs-19-Cr-519/Inv J Norman
Cts 1-3/Poss Sch Ii Resale

Zachary G Eastridge Preliminary Hearing Roberts
Gs-19-Cr-209/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Maintaining Dwelling
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para
Ct-3/Poss Sch Vi Resale

William Brandon Fritts Status
Gs-19-Cr-521/Fugitive From Justice/Dep A Worley

Shevin Richard Greene Pd Gs-17-Cr-501/Vop/Cci

Marty Guy Greenwell Hearing/Stnaw Roberts
Gs-18-Cr-861/Poss Sch Ii/
Sgt J Norman

Benjamin D Grindstaff
Gs-19-Tr-306/Sgt T Wolfenbarger
Ct-1/Seatbelt 1St
Ct-2/Due Care
Gs-19-Cr-429/Dui/Sgt T Wolfenbarger

David Grubb
Gs-19-Cr-524/Harassment/John Erickson
Gs-19-Cr-525/Harassment/Jeraldine Kaires

Garet Wes Howard
Gs-18-Cr-132/Vop/Cci

Greggory Lee Johnson To Have Dl Viol Date 1-2-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-19/Dosl 1St/Thp C Dunn

Matthew James Johnson Tbd By Po
Gs-17-Tr-445/Vop/Cci

Christopher Ron Lash
Gs-18-Cr-728/Vop/Cci

Kelsey Renee Lipford
Gs-19-Tr-285/Speeding In Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp M Brown

Allen Ray Main Status Viol Date 6-12-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-501/Fugitive From Justice/Dep J Ferguson

Kaleb Nicholas Mcwhorter
Gs-19-Cr-181V/440/Vop/Cci

James Allen Miller Mental Exam Report
Viol Date 4-4-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-308/Sgt J Woodard
Ct-1/Agg Domestic Assault
Ct-2/Agg Kidnapping

Heather Nicole Minks
To Have Dl
Gs-19-Tr-49/Sgt J Peters
Ct-1/Driving W/O License
Ct-2/Financial Responsibility
Ct-3/Altering Of Plates

Freddie R Morrison
Gs-19-Tr-304/Speeding/Sheriff E Tester

Terry Dale Mounts Canter
Gs-19-Cr-517/Inv J Norman
Cts 1-3/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Cts 4-5/Maintaining Dwelling
Ct-6/Poss Drug Para

Melissa Dawn Osborne
Gs-18-Cr-535/Vop/Cci

Justin Pardue Preliminary Hearing Canter
Gs-19-Cr-300/Agg Assault/Dep R Norris
Gs-19-Cr-345/Harassment/Jessie Corum

Noah Michael Pennington
Gs-19-Cr-462/Felony Reckless Endangerment/Dep A Worley

William Howard Phillips Jr
Gs-19-Cr-530/Dep T Brown
Ct-1/Poss Sch Vi
Ct-2/Poss Sch Vi-Consp

Jerry Roger Phipps Jr
Gs-19-Tr-305/Sheriff E Tester
Ct-1/Speeding
Ct-2/Expired Dl
Ct-3/Registration Violation
Gs-19-Cr-428/Dosl/Sheriff E Tester

William C Porter To Have Dl Pro Se
Gs-19-Cr-40/Asst Chief J Norris
Ct-1/Dorl
Ct-2/Financial Responsibility

Donald L Powell Hearing/Stnaw Fallin
Gs-18-Cr-817/Lt M Mullins
Ct-1/Dui
Ct-2/Vicl
Ct-3/Resisting Arrest
Ct-4/Open Container

Tabitha Ashley Price Smith
Gs-19-Cr-518/Inv J Norman
Cts 1-2/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-3/Criminal Conspiracy
Ct-4/Poss Drug Para

David Lester Reece
Gs-19-Cr-56/Dosl/Thp M Harkleroad

Jordan Blake Russell
Gs-19-Tr-315/Speeding/Dep A Worley

Kenneth Clark Sherman Canter
Gs-19-Cr-49/Domestic Assault/Dep A Worley

Amanda Kay Sluder Compliance Viol Date 3-31-18 Pd
Gs-18-Cr-233/Poss Drug Para/Ptl T Brown

Teresa Miller Stansberry
Gs-19-Tr-286/Speeding In Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp M Brown

Devin Duane Stout
Gs-19-Cr-491/Inv C Gladden
Ct-1/Agg Burglary
Ct-2/Theft Over $1000

Mitchell Lane Stout
Gs-19-Cr-70/Dorl/Ptl Z Reece

Nicholas Seth Thompson
Gs-19-Cr-531/Dep B Sexton
Ct-1/Poss Drug Para
Ct-2/Poss Sch Ii Ct-3/Open Container
Ct-4/Dorl

Mollie Elizabeth Tolan
Gs-19-Tr-278/Speeding/
Thp M Brown

James Daniel Wallace
Gs-18-Cr-658/Vop/Cci

Randy Keith Wallace
Gs-19-Cr-540/
Violation Sex Offender Registry/Inv C Gladden

Clifford Scott Watkins
Gs-19-Tr-301/Speeding/
Thp M Brown

Rondal A West Tbd If Pif Canter
Gs-18-Cr-652/Poss Sch Vi/Dep B Sexton

Matthew Lee Widner
Gs-18-Cr-141/Vop/Cci
Gs-18-Cr-434/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-31/Lt M Mullins
Ct-1/Dui 3Rd
Ct-2/Dorl 3Rd
Gs-19-Cr-413/Ptl Z Reece
Ct-1/Poss Drug Para
Ct-2/Poss Legend Drug

James Winegar
Gs-19-Cr-502/Dep A Worley
Ct-1/Domestic Assault
Ct-2/Vandalism

How Much Rain is Too Much?

Submitted By Rick Thomason

According to our local weatherman, we are more than 12 inches above normal in rainfall for this time of year which makes 2019 one of the wettest on record for the first half of the year. Depending on your location, you may have even received more rainfall than your neighbor just a few miles down the road.

To a home gardener, rain is generally a welcome blessing. Wet weather and plants are usually a match made in heaven. However, sometimes there can be too much of a good thing. Excessive rain on plants can cause plenty of trouble in your garden and landscape plants.

Overly wet weather causes diseases which are caused by long term moisture on the foliage and root systems of the plants. These wet conditions are ideal for the growth of fungal and bacterial diseases on the plants.

If your area has just been hit by storms like the ones we experienced all around Johnson County and the surrounding area last week, you might be wondering what are the effects of wet weather on my garden?

Excessive rain on plants promotes disease often evidenced in the plants being stunted, spots developing on the leaves, decay of the leaves, stems or fruit, wilting and, in severe cases, death of the entire plant. I’ve spoken with several home gardeners over the past couple of weeks and they report that their gardens are just sitting there and not growing like they should. This is no doubt due to the wet conditions we’ve experienced over the past month.

Extreme wet weather also keeps pollinators from working in your garden which will affect the amount of fruit that will set on the plants leading to less production of fruits and vegetables from your garden this year. When I was a youngster, the old timers used to always say that, “Dry weather will scare you to death, but Wet weather will starve you to death.”

If your plants exhibit some of the symptoms mentioned above, it may be too late to save them. However, by monitoring and early recognition, you may be able to avert disaster due to the excessive rain on plants and the resulting diseases that plague them.

As with most things, the best defense is a good offense, meaning prevention is the key to disease management during rainy seasons.

·Sanitation is the number one cultural technique to manage or prevent disease. Remove and burn any diseased leaves or fruit from not only the tree or plant, but from the surrounding ground as well.

· Select cultivars that are resistant to disease and situate them on high ground to prevent root rot.

· Disease spreads easily from plant to plant when leaves are wet, so avoid pruning or harvesting until the foliage has dried off.

·Prune and stake the plants to improve aeration and increase dry time after heavy rainfall or dewy mornings.

· Improve soil drainage if it is lacking and plant in raised beds or mounds.

· Remove any infected plant parts as soon as you see them. Remember to sanitize the pruners before moving on to other plants so you don’t spread the disease. Then either bag and dispose or burn infected leaves and other plant parts.
·Finally,
a fungicide may be applied either prior to or early in the development of disease. It’s important to note that fungicides will not cure the disease, but it will help to keep the disease from spreading.

Hopefully, it will dry up soon and your garden plants will recover and produce you a bountiful harvest this year.

*Source:https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/plant-problems/environmental/excessive-rain-on-plants.htm

Sheriff’s Report

6/21/2019

06/14/2019 Douglas W Mahala, Faihaven St, Attachment – Failure To Pay Child Support
06/14/2019 Thomas A Norris, Pennington Rd, Aggravated Assault With A Deadly Weapon As Domestic Violence, Aggravated Kidnapping
06/14/2019 Joshua M Stout, Poga Rd, Failure To Appear, Violation Of Probation
06/15/2019 Austin A Gaylean, Jim Wright Rd, Simple Assault As Domestic Violence
06/15/2019 Eric D Pennington, Girardville Pa, Possession Of Schedule Iv Drugs, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, Manufacture/Del/Sale Or Possession Of Methamphetamine
06/15/2019 Lorri A Walker, Shingletown Rd, Possession Of Schedule Iii Drugs, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, Manufacture/Del/Sale Or Possession Of Methamphetamine, Possessionof Legend Drugs
06/16/2019 James B Winegar, Kinsport Tn, Assault As Domestic Violence, Vandalism
06/17/2019 Garet W Howard, Antioch Rd, Attachment – Failure To Pay Child Support
06/17/2019 Bradley A Lipford, Rainbow Rd, Violation Of Probation
06/17/2019 Johnny R Mclean, Dotson Ln, Failure To Report/Update Tbi Sex Offender Registry
06/18/2019 Robert C Blevins, Cooper Fork Rd, Violation Of Probation
06/18/2019 Stephen Moore, Abingdon Va, Assault As Domestic Violence, Resisting Arrest, Unlawful Possession Of A Weapon
06/18/2019 James R Reece, Lumpkin Branch Rd, Violation Of Probation
06/18/2019 Stacie Singleton, Abingdon Va, Misuse Of 911 System
06/19/2019 Randall Blunt, Nashville, Stalking
06/19/2019 Christopher W Mullins, Bluff City, Violation Of Probation
06/19/2019 Matthew Widner, Forge Rd, Simple Possession, Possession Of Drug Parahernalia
06/20/2019 Randall Blunt, Nashville, Bond Revocation
06/20/2019 Ted M Cooper, Crackers Neck Rd, Violation Of Probation
06/20/2019 Garet W Howard, Antioch Rd, Possession Of Schedule I Drugs, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, Sale Methampetamine X 4, Maintaining A Dwelling For The Sale Of Drugs X 2
06/20/2019 Nadine May, Antioch Rd, Driving Under The Influence
06/20/2019 Jennifer R Walker, Rainbow Rd, Theft O/$1,000 < $10,000

Court Report

General Sessions Court Johnson County,
Tennessee
The Honorable
William B. Hawkins,
Presiding
Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Laura Ann Arnold
Hearing/Stnaw
Viol Date 7-25-18 Pd
Gs-16-Cr-633/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-241/Theft Under $1000/Diane M Wales

Thomas Lynn Baldock Jr
Gs-19-Cr-342/Inv J Norman
Ct-1/Simple Poss Sch Vi
Ct-2/Simple Poss Sch Ii

Kevin James Beal
To Have Dl Pro Se
Gs-19-Tr-117/Dl Violation/Thp M Brown

Randall Kirk Blunt
Gs-19-Tr-366/Registration
Violation/Sgt J Woodard
Gs-19-Cr-509/Stalking
1St Offense/
Sgt J Woodard

Pam Jo Boggess
Gs-19-Cr-402/Public Intoxication/Dep J Ferguson

Coty Blake Brown
Gs-19-Cr-366/
Drving W/O License/Dep J Ferguson

Stacey E Daley
Preliminary Hearing Canter
Gs-19-Cr-207/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-2/Criminal Conspiracy
Gs-19-Cr-208/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Maintaining Dwelling
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para
Ct-3/Poss Sch Vi Resale

Joseph Randolph Denney
Gs-18-Cr-610/Vop/Cci

Jennifer Lynn Dixon
Gs-19-Cr-519/Inv J Norman
Cts 1-3/Poss Sch Ii Resale

Jason Scott Dugger
Gs-19-Cr-358/Criminal Trespassing/Dep J Ferguson

Zachary G Eastridge
Preliminary Hearing Roberts
Gs-19-Cr-209/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Maintaining Dwelling
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para
Ct-3/Poss Sch Vi Resale

William Brandon Fritts
Gs-19-Cr-521/Fugitive From Justice/Dep A Worley

Jose B Marcos Gonzales
Gs-19-Cr-380/Underage Driving W/Impaired/Sgt C Brown

Marty Guy Greenwell
Hearing/Stnaw Roberts
Gs-18-Cr-861/Poss Sch Ii/Sgt J Norman

Michael L Greever
To Have Dl Or Plea Pro Se
Gs-19-Cr-287/Dorl/Dep J Ferguson

Cora Jane Hayworth
Gs-18-Cr-288/Vop/Cci
Gs-18-Cr-518/Vop/Cci
Gs-18-Cr-702/Vop/Cci

Walter J Heershcap
Gs-19-Cr-493/Simple Assault/Ptl Z Reece

Jadey Henderson
Gs-19-Tr-217/Speeding In Construction Workers Present/Thp M Brown

Heather L Hicks
Hearing/Stnaw
Gs-19-Cr-374/Vandalism/George Cornett

Hunter Ray Hicks
Tbi Cdrt & Div Viol Date 4-30-19 Pd
Gs-19-Tr-253/Dep B Sexton
Ct-1/Speeding
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para
Gs-19-Cr-299/Simple Poss Sch Vi/Dep E Martin

Garet Wes Howard
Gs-19-Cr-510/Inv J Norman
Cts 1-3/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Cts 4-5/Maintaining Dwelling
Gs-19-Cr-511/Inv J Norman
Ct-1/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-2/Poss Sch I
Ct-3/Poss Drug Para

Larry Kenneth Hyatt
Compliance
Gs-19-Tr-64/Left Of Center/Dep B Sexton

Dana Douglas Johnson
Gs-19-Cr-522/Harassment/Michelle Sizemore

Mitchell Stephen Johnson
To Have Atty
Gs-18-Cr-851/Vop/Cci

Dennis Ray Biddy Johnson
Gs-19-Cr-385/Domestic Assault/Ptl Z Reece

William Edward Lewis
Hearing/Stnaw Canter
Gs-19-Cr-223/Telephone Harassment/Inv J Norman

Allen Ray Main
Status Viol Date 6-12-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-501/Fugitive From Justice/Dep J Ferguson

Wayne Howard Maxwell
Status Bush
Gs-19-Cr-389/Reckless Endangerment/Inv B Sutherland

Jeremiah M Mccraw
To Have Dl
Gs-19-Cr-155/Dosl/Dep J Ferguson

Thomas Vincent Mclaughlin Fallin
Gs-19-Cr-437/Dep E Martin
Ct-1/Disorderly Conduct
Ct-2/Resisting Arrest
Ct-3/Assault On Officer

Norman D Miller
Tbd If Nft Stout
Gs-19-Cr-80/Domestic Assault/Dep R Mink

Heather Nicole Minks
To Have Dl Or Plea
Gs-19-Tr-49//Sgt J Peters
Ct-1/Driving W/O License
Ct-2/Financial Responsibility
Ct-3/Altering Plates

Stephen Andrew Moore
Preliminary Hearing
Viol Date 6-17-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-503/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Domestic Assault
Ct-2/Resisting Arrest
Ct-3/Unlawful Poss Of Firearm As Convicted Felon

Bobby Scott Morefield
Gs-19-Cr-400/Dorl/Dep J Ferguson

Terry Dale Mounts
Gs-19-Cr-517/Inv J Norman
Cts 1-3/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Cts 4-5/Maintaining Dwelling
Ct-6/Poss Drug Para

Cameron J Nelms
Gs-19-Cr-382/Sgt C Brown
Ct-1/Simple Poss Sch Vi
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para

Mindy Leigh Phillips
Gs-19-Cr-127/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-401/Dui 1St/Dep J Ferguson

Michael E Quesenberry
Gs-19-Cr-359/Criminal Trespassing/Dep J Ferguson

Tabitha Ashley Price
Gs-19-Cr-518/Inv J Norman
Cts 1-2/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-3/Criminal Conspiracy
Ct-4/Poss Drug Para

Ronald A Reagan
Hearing/Stnaw Pd
Gs-18-Cr-786/Vop/Cci
Gs-18-Cr-908/Vop/Cci

James Randy Lee Reece
Gs-19-Cr-513/Sexual Offender Registry Violation/Tdoc J Carver

David D Reesman
To Have Atty
Gs-19-Tr-321/Dep E Martin
Ct-1/Registration Violation
Ct-2/Financial Responsibility

Brandon Dwayne Roark
Gs-19-Cr-516/Simple Poss Sch Vi/Dep J Ferguson

Weston Tyler Roberts
Pro Se
Gs-19-Tr-164/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Expired Registration
Ct-2/Light Law

Roye Dean Spicer
Modification Of No Contact Order Pro Se
Gs-18-Cr-916/Domestic Assault/Chief Inv S Brown

Joseph P Storie
Tox Result Pd
Gs-18-Cr-809/Dorl/Dep J Ferguson
Gs-18-Cr-972/Dorl/Dep J Ferguson
Gs-19-Cr-126/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Dui 1St
Ct-2/Dorl 3Rd
Ct-3/Poss Drug Para
Ct-4/Tampering W/Evidence

Mitchell Lane Stout
To Have Dl Stout
Gs-19-Cr-70/Dorl/Ptl Z Reece

Timothy J Trivette
Tox Result Landstreet
Gs-18-Cr-961/Dep R Mink
Ct-1/Criminal Trespassing
Ct-2/Poss Sch Ii
Cts 3-4/Criminal Impersonation

Jacqueline E Vonronn
Gs-19-Cr-360/Criminal Trespassing/Dep J Ferguson

Tiffany R Woods
Gs-19-Cr-407/Poss Sch Ii/De J Ferguson

Rebecca Jacquiline Worth
Gs-19-Cr-383/Domestic Assault/Ptl Z Reece

Criminal Court
Johnson County,
Tennessee
The Honorable
STACY L. STREET,
Presiding
Tuesday, July 2, 2019

1. Zachary G Eastridge Pdl/Motions Probation Viol No Bond-Jail Pd
Judgment 2-15-19
18-Cr-70/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Poss Sch Vi For Resale
18-Cr-177/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Failure To Appear

Fantasia Justice Sky Garland Pdl/Motions No Bond-Jail Curtis
18-Cr-116/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Identity Theft
18-Cr-129/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Theft Of Property $10,000 Or More, Less Than $60,000
18-Cr-176/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Failure To Appear

Jonathan Wyatt Gwinn
Pdl/Motions Probation Viol No Bond-Jail Hyder Judgment 6/18/18
16-Cr-98/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Reckless Endangerment
Ct-2/ Simple Poss Sch Iv

Rodney Lynn Henson
Pdl/Motions Probation Viol $5,000 Bond-Jail To Have Atty
Judgment 5-11-18
17-Cr-65/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Promotion Manf Meth

Blaise Matthew Samion Pdl/Motions Probation Viol No Bond-Jail Hyder Judgment 2-12-17
16-Cr-44/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Poss Sch Ii For Resale

Jamey Ray Waddell Arraignment Probation Viol $3,000 Sanford & Son
Judgment 3-23-15
13-Cr-122/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Poss Contraband Into Penal Facility

Get ready before the summer storm season

By Tamas Mondovics
Editor

It’s the summer storm season. Being ready for the next storm is wise, but what can residents do now to minimize damage?
According to a recent report by the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute, 341 South Patrick Street, Alexandria, VA, some of the very basics in connection with operation equipments can prevent injury and save heartache.
Included on the list of safety tips are such basic suggestions as trimming branches, clearing debris and to put away lawn furniture and toys.
It is encouraged to decide now on what power equipment one may need. It is advised to run and service equipment before a storm and make sure to have appropriate extension cords.
Do I have the right fuel and are batteries charged? Getting fresh gas and charging batteries in advance is a no brainer.
Where is my safety gear? Placing eye protection, sturdy shoes, and work gloves where you can easily find them may be a simple task but is also a great idea.
Do I know how to use my equipment safely? Review manuals and know how to safely operate equipment.
Keeping safety in mind when it comes to operating chainsaws, generators, utility task vehicles and water pumps.
Chainsaws: Stand firmly with your weight on both feet. Hold the chainsaw with both hands. Never over-reach or cut anything over your head. Anticipate kickback.
Generators: Never place a generator inside a home or garage. Place the generator outside and away from windows, doors, and vents. Before refueling, turn the generator off and let it cool down.
Utility task vehicles (UTVs): Keep the vehicle stable and drive safely. Do not turn the vehicle mid-slope or while on a hill.
Water Pumps: Never operate a centrifugal pump without water in the pump casing.
The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute, international trade association representing power equipment, small engine, utility vehicle, golf car and personal transport vehicle manufacturers and suppliers provided the above tips.
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The Outdoor Power Equipment Institute, 341 South Patrick
Street, Alexandria, VA 22314 United States

TBI releases annual Hate Crime and LEOKA reports

Studies detail increases in Hate Crime, Violence Impacting Law Enforcement Officers

TBI Report

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released two publications earlier this month, detailing the volume and nature of hate crime in Tennessee and violence directed toward the state’s law enforcement officers.

Among the findings
of ‘Tennessee
Hate Crime 2018’:

•Overall, the number of incidents indicated as bias-motivated increased by 1.0 percent.

•Property-crime related offenses accounted for 24.9 percent, with the remainder of bias-motivated crimes being those designated as being ‘Crimes Against Persons.’

•Assault offenses were the most frequently reported bias-motivated offenses in 2018.

•Race/Ethnicity/Ancestry bias was the most frequently reported known bias in 2018 at 55.6 percent, with Anti-Black/African-American comprising 31.6 percent of the total reported number of hate crime.
Among the findings of ‘Law Enforcement
Officers Killed or Assaulted (LEOKA) 2018’:

•In 2018, there were a total of 2,313 LEOKA victims reported across Tennessee.

•The number of reported LEOKA offenses increased by 27.6 percent from 2015 to 2018.

•The most frequently reported offense was Simple Assault, at 55.8 percent.

“I am very proud of the efforts of all participating law enforcement agencies, to provide the data necessary to produce these reports,” said TBI Director David Rausch. “Our combined efforts have resulted in a successful program that continues to give our state helpful insight on the volume and nature of crime.”
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation was born as a result of a highly-publicized murder in Greene County in December of 1949. The heinous crime aroused the emotions of citizens throughout the region. In an address to the Tennessee Press Association in January of 1951, John M. Jones, Sr., publisher of the Greeneville Sun, called for the creation of an unbiased state agency to assist local law enforcement in the investigation of serious crimes.
On March 14, 1951, Governor Gordon Browning signed a bill into law establishing the Tennessee Bureau of Criminal Identification (TBCI) as the “plainclothes” division of the Department of Safety. On March 27, 1980, following a series of legislative hearings, the organization was re-established as an independent agency and renamed the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI).
Since that time, the Bureau has grown significantly, and continues to meet the demands of providing up-to-date investigative, forensic science, and support to Tennessee’s entire criminal justice system. The TBI takes pride in the fact that it has evolved over the years into a respected law enforcement organization with dedicated, professional employees.
Both reports are available for review and download on the TBI’s website: https://www.tn.gov/tbi/divisions/cjis-division/recent-publications.html.

Sheriff’s Report 6/14/2019

06/07/2019 James A Leonard, Campbell Rd, Contempt Of Court – Juvenile Court
06/07/2019 Kayla M Lowe, Village Swuare Ln, Contempt Of Court – Juvenile Court
06/08/2019 Sean E Gray, Banner Elk Nc, Criminal Simulation, Driving
On Revoked Drivers License – 4Th Offense
06/08/2019 Donald W Miller Jr, Vilas Nc, Simple Possession Of Schedule Vi Drugs, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia
06/09/2019 Timmy Hicks, Banner Elk Nc, Driving Under The Influence
06/09/2019 Brenda Wood, Creston Nc, Driving Under The Influence
06/10/2019 William T Mckinnis, Mcelyea Rd, Driving Under The Influence – Second Offense
06/10/2019 Gary S Perkins, Fox Hollow Rd, Theft Of Property U/$500,
Forgery
06/10/2019 Ricky Shelton, Johnson Hollow Rd, Failure To Appear X 3
06/10/2019 Wesley E Snyder, Robe Shull Rd, Theft Of Property U/$1,000
06/11/2019 Walter J Heerschap, Deer Creek Drossing,
Simple Assault
06/11/2019 Rodney L Henson, Harbin Hill Rd, Violation Of Probation
06/12/2019 Hans L Christensen, Hey 67 W, Public Intoxication
06/12/2019 Melissa A Fletcher, Little Dry Run Rd, Violation Of Probation
06/12/2019 Steven R Leonard, Hwy 67 W, Violation Of Probation
06/12/2019 Allen R Main, Cretsinger Rd, Violation Of Order Of Protection Of Restraining Order, Publix Intoxication, Fugitive From Justice
06/12/2019 Kaleb N Mcworther, Corner Rd, Violation Of Probation
06/12/2019 Tabitha A Price, Clyde Lewis Ln, Fugitive From Justice
06/12/2019 Boyd C Roark, Antioch Rd, Fugitive From Justice
06/12/2019 Kelsey N Roark, Pleasant Valley Rd, Public Intoxication And Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia
06/12/2019 John D Trivette, Plesant Valley Rd, Violation Of Community Corrections For Life X 2
06/13/2019 Devin D Stout, Piney Flats, Theft O/$1,000, Aggravated Burglary

Court Report

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General Sessions Court Johnson County,
Tennessee
The Honorable
William B. Hawkins,
Presiding
Wednesday, June 19, 2019

Kevin Mark Buchanan Hearing/Stnaw Fallin
Gs-19-Cr-25/Vop/Cci

Donna Davis
Gs-19-Cr-469/Harassment/David Shoemate

Jesse Aaron Dixon
Gs-19-239/Speeding/Dep B Sexton

Daniel L Deyton Preliminary Hearing Viol Date 6-5-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-466/Dep B Sexton
Ct-1/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para
Ct-3/Poss Weapon During Commission Of Felony
Ct-4/Unlawful Poss Of Weapon

Danny Dale Fletcher Hearing/Stnaw Pro Se
Gs-19-Tr-130/Speeding/Thp M Brown

Austin Galyean
Gs-19-Cr-500/Domestic Assault/Dep R Norris

Hunter Ray Hicks Tbi Cert & Div Viol Date 4-23-19 Pd
Gs-19-Tr-253/Dep B Sexton
Ct-1/Speeding
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para

Michael Paul Himes Preliminary Hearing Mead
Gs-19-Tr-31/Light Law/Dep B Sexton
Gs-19-Cr-43/Dep B Sexton
Ct-1/Poss Shc Vi
Ct-2/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-3/Poss Drug Para
Ct-4/Poss Weapon During Commission Of Felony
Ct-5/Poss Legend Drug

Bradley E Hyder
Gs-19-Tr-240/Seatbelt 1St/Thp R Wills

Michael Dewayne Laws Preliminary Hearing Curtis
Gs-18-Cr-654/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-467/Dep B Sexton
Ct-1/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para

Steven R Leonard Status Viol Date 5-3-19 Pd
Gs-17-Cr-429/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-381/Criminal Trespassing/Sgt J Peters

Bradley Allen Lipford
Gs-19-Cr-174/Vop/Cci

Rodas M Lopez Interpreter To Be Here
Gs-19-Cr-363/Driving W/O License/Ptl C Hatley

Tyler D Lunceford
Gs-19-Cr-479/Fishing W/O License/Twra R Rosier

Allen Ray Main
Gs-19-Cr-501/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Violation Order Protection
Ct-2/Public Intoxication
Ct-3/Fugitive From Justice

Kaleb Nicholas Mcwhorter Pd
Gs-19-Cr-181/Vop/Cci Viol Date 6-5-19
Gs-19-Cr-440/Dorl 2Nd/Ptl C Hatley Viol Date 5-26-19

Thomas Anthony Norris
Gs-19-Cr-498/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Agg Kidnapping
Ct-2/Agg Domestic W/Deadly Weapon

Eric D Pennington
Gs-19-Cr-497/Dep A Worley
Ct-1/Poss Sch Ii
Ct-2/Poss Sch Vi
Ct-3/Poss Drug Para

Denis Edgardo Perez
Gs-19-Cr-420/Driving W/O License/Ptl Z Reece

Kelsey Nichole Roark
Gs-19-Cr-490/Dep A Worley
Ct-1/Public Intoxication
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para

Jane Short
Gs-19-Tr-219/Speeding Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp R Wills

Tionna Ann Silsby
Gs-19-Cr-378/Poss Drug Para/Dep B Sexton

April Marie Smelcer
Gs-19-Cr-268/Dep T Brown
Ct-1/Simple Poss Sch Vi
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para

Devin Duane Stout
Gs-19-Cr-491/Inv C Gladden
Ct-1/Agg Burglary
Ct-2/Theft Over $1000

Jamie Alice Dunn Stout
Gs-17-Cr-16V/Vop/Cci

Joshua Michael Stout
Gs-18-Cr-276/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-492/Fta Jail Sentence/Sheriff M Reece

John D Trivette
Gs-19-Cr-488/Violation Community Supervision For Life/Tdoc J Carver
Gs-19-Cr-489/Violation Community Supervision For Life/Tdoc J Carver

Spencer Ray Walden
Gs-19-Cr480/Fishing W/O License/Twra R Rosier

Lorri A Walker
Gs-19-Cr-499/Dep A Worley
Ct-1/Poss Sch Ii
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para
Ct-3/Poss Sch Iii
Ct-4/Poss Legend Drug

John Carl Wallace Preliminary Hearing Viol Date 3-25-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-340/Theft Over $1000/Dep T Brown

Matthew Lee Widner
Gs-19-Cr-413/Ptl Z Reece
Ct-1/Poss Drug Para
Ct-2/Poss Legend Drug

TDH promotes pool and swimming safety during summer months

By Tamas Mondovics
Editor

Memorial Day was, of course, the unofficial start of summer and the official opening day for many public pools. That is good news for young and old planning to spend some time at poolside during the next couple of months.
The season also means its is time to review some important safety tips, which the Tennessee Department of Health was also encouraging all to do during this year’s celebration of Healthy and Safe Swimming Week late last month.
“The best way to prevent illnesses associated with swimming is to keep germs out of our swimming areas,” said TDH Medical Epidemiologist Mary-Margaret Fill, MD. “We can all help do that with simple precautions like not swimming when sick, not swallowing swim water, showering before swimming and following directions for pool chemical use, which also helps prevent chemical injuries.”
Safety topics promoted this year by TDH include preventing chemical injuries, avoiding water illnesses, preventing drowning, keeping pools safe.
Please see each topic addressed below:

Prevent Chemical Injuries
• Read and follow directions on product labels
• Wear appropriate safety equipment such as goggles when handling pool chemicals
• Secure pool chemicals to protect people, particularly young children
• Add chemicals poolside ONLY when directed by product labels and when no one is in the water
• NEVER mix different pool chemicals with each other, particularly chlorine products and acid.

Avoid Water Illnesses
Follow these tips to help prevent water-related illness:
• Don’t swim or let your child swim if sick with diarrhea
• Check the pool’s latest inspection score
• Rinse off in the shower for at least one minute before swimming
• Wash your hands after using the toilet or changing diapers
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Nashville, TN 37243 • Tel: 615-741-3111 • tn.gov/health
• Take children on frequent bathroom breaks and/or check diapers often
• Check and change diapers in a bathroom or diaper-changing area, not at poolside
• Don’t swallow the water you swim in
• Read and follow directions for pool chemical use and storage

Prevent Drowning
Follow these tips to help reduce the risk of drowning:
• Make sure everyone knows how to swim
• Use life jackets as directed
• Provide continuous, attentive supervision close to swimmers, even if a lifeguard is present
• Know CPR
• Don’t use alcohol or drugs when swimming or watching swimmers
• Discourage horseplay and stunts
• Prevent access to water when the pool is not in use

TDH Helps Keep Pools Safe
Tennessee Department of Health environmentalists inspect all public pools in the state at least once per month while the pools are in operation. TDH also provides training to pool operators to help ensure compliance with laws and rules for pool
safety.
“Our environmental health specialists review plans for new public swimming pools and inspect public pools, spas and splash pads to make sure these areas meet sanitation, disinfection and safety standards,” said TDH Environmental Health Director Lori LeMaster, REHS. “Tennessee swimmers can stay safe and healthy by following posted pool rules, showering before entering a public pool and staying home and out of the water if they’re sick.”
Those with concerns about sanitation of a public pool can contact the local health department and ask for the environmentalist.
For more information about healthy and safe swimming, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Healthy Swimming website www.cdc.gov/healthywater/swimming/.
The mission of the Tennessee Department of Health is to protect, promote and improve the health and prosperity of people in Tennessee. Learn more about TDH services and programs at www.tn.gov/health.

Tennessee Poison Center saves lives, millions of dollars in medical bills

By Tamas Mondovics
Editor

There are many heroes that make the difference daily. Some are more visible, while others do much behind the scenes.
One of such entity is the Tennessee Poison Center (TPC), which receives hundreds of calls daily. Its certified physicians, pharmacists, registered nurses, and a board-certified physician toxicologist provide free medical information for
poison emergencies 24-hours a day, seven days a week.
According to TPC in 2018, the Center, housed at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, received more than 106,000 calls, including initial cases and follow-up calls, and saved an estimated
$10 million by preventing emergency room visits for the underinsured, thus
saving taxpayers, insurance companies and hospitals money.
TPC officials emphasized that of those calls, 50 percent involved children five years old and younger and approximately 60 percent of exposure calls involved pharmaceuticals. Other common poison exposures included cleaning products and cosmetics.
“Children are naturally curious, and it is so easy to turn your back for a minute with familiar bottles around such as Tylenol or Motrin,” said Donna Seger, MD, executive director of the Tennessee Poison Center. “The staff at the TPC telephone hotline are trained nurses, pharmacists, and physicians who quickly determine whether the dose is non-toxic, and whether the child can stay at
home or needs to be
taken to the emergency department.”
TPC is the only poison center in Tennessee and provides their 24/7 medical hotline to 95 counties and is a member of the Tennessee State Department of Health Commissioner’s Council on Injury Prevention, a group of organizations throughout the state who collaborate to reduce injury deaths in Tennessee.
The Tennessee Poison Center has been a phone call away for more than 30 years and continues to offer its services to more than six million Tennesseans. It is partially funded under a grant
contract with the State of Tennessee.
“The Tennessee Poison Center provides an invaluable service to Tennessee residents that not only saves them time and money from unnecessary trips to the emergency room but saves lives by providing 24-hour access to medical information during a crisis,” Seger said.
In the case of suspecting a poisoning, call Tennessee Poison Center for treatment advice. The Poison Help toll-free number is 1-800-222-1222. All calls are fast, free and confidential.

The Top 10 Counties for Exposures in 2018:
Davidson 12,231
Shelby 11,574
Knox 7,271
Hamilton 5,181
Rutherford 4,107
Montgomery 2,964
Williamson 2,413
Sullivan 2,985
Sumner 2,527
Washington 2,682
Information from the TPC’s 2018 Annual Report

Sheriff’s Report

6/7/2019

05/31/2019 Deborah A Adams, Clinton Tn, Violation Of Probation
05/31/2019 William B Dugger, Claude Warren R, Driving On Revoked Drivers License
05/31/2019 Fantasia J Garland, Johnson City, Failure To Appear
05/31/2019 Clifford A Lunceford, Hwy 91N, Aggravated Assault As Domestic Violence
05/31/2019 Brandon L Scott, Jenkins Hollow Rd, Driving Without Drivers License
06/01/2019 Willard K Barlow, Old Stage Rd, Driving Under The Influence
06/01/2019 David L Gobble, Abingdon Va, Possession Of Schedule Ii With Intent To Deliver Or Sale, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, Driving On Revoked Drivers License
06/01/2019 Luressie S Gobble, Abingdon Va, Possession Of Schedule Ii Drugs With Intent To Deliver Or Sale, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia
06/01/2019 Anthony R Goodwin, Abingdon Va, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia
06/01/2019 Michael B Keesee, Bluff City, Driving Under The Influence
06/01/2019 Matthew J Osborne, Lily Ln, Public Intoxication
06/01/2019 Melissa D Osborne, Red Brush Rd, Violation Of Probation
06/01/2019 Jamie A Stout, Depot St, Trespassing
06/02/2019 Curtis J Ferguson, Trout Run Rd, Simple Possession Of Schedule Ii Drugs
06/02/2019 Brittany D Nidiffer, Chestnut Dr, Violation Of Probation
06/02/2019 Bobby M Swift, Gentry Creek Rd, Driving On Revoked Drivers License
06/03/2019 Mandy J Fletcher, Piercetown Rd, Bond Revocation
06/03/2019 Daniel T Hawkins, Jonesborough, Attachment – Failire To Pay Child Support
06/03/2019 Noah M Pennington, James Davis Ln, Felony Reckless Endangerment
06/04/2019 Chastity L Eastridge, Hwy 421 S, Attaachment – Failure To Pay Child Support
06/04/2019 Daniel L Deyton, Hwy 91 N, Unlawful Possession Of A Weapon By A Prohibited Person, Possession Of A Firearm While In Commission Of A Felony, Felony Possession Schedule Ii Drugs With The Intent To Sale Or Deliver, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia
06/04/2019 Michael D Laws, Little Dry Run Rd, Felony Possession Of Schedule Ii Drugs With The Intent To Sale Or Deliver, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia
06/04/2019 Rachel J Stout, Claude Brown Ln, Driving On Revoked Drivers License – 2Nd Offense
06/04/2019 Jonathon M Thomas, Chilhowie Va, Possession Of Schedule Ii Drugs, Possession Of Schedule Vi Drugs, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, Improper/Unsafe Lane Change, Failure To Exercise Due Care, Driving On Suspended Driver License- 9Th Offense
06/04/2019 Jamey R Waddell, Sneedville Tn, Violation Of Probation
06/05/2019 Bufford W Adams, W Main St, Public Intoxication
06/05/2019 Alisha D Arnold, Piercetown Rd, Driving Under The Influence
06/05/2019 John W Clemens, Forge Creed Rd, Violation Of Probation
06/05/2019 Donna M Davis, Medical Park Dr, Harassment
06/05/2019 Katherine L Faulkner, Cold Springs Rd, Simple Possession Of Schedule Vi Drugs, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, Driving Under The Influence
06/05/2019 Jeffery W Norris, Rainbow Rd, Violation Of Community Corrections X 2
06/05/2019 Jamie A Stout, Depot St, Violation Of Probation
06/05/2019 Brandi R Yates, Divide Rd, Driving Under The Influence

Court Report

General Sessions Court Johnson County, Tennessee The Honorable William B. Hawkins, Presiding Wednesday, June 12, 2019

Alisha Dawn Arnold Preliminary Hearing Smith
Gs-18-Cr-470/Dui 1St/Ptl C Brown

Thomas Edward Ball Compliance
Gs-16-Cr-134/Vop/Cci
Gs-16-Cr-834/Vop/Cci
Gs-16-Cr-835/Vop/Cci
Gs-17-Cr-573/Disorderly Conduct/Charlie Morefield

John W Clemens Iii
Gs-18-Cr-226/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-468/Vandalism/Sonya D Osborne

Brandy M Dail
Gs-19-Tr-228/Sgt J Peters
Ct-1/Expired Dl
Ct-2/Driving Unreg Vehicle
Ct-3/Dl To Be Carried
Gs-19-Cr-411/Poss Drug Para/
Sgt J Peters

Daniel Deyton
Gs-19-Cr-466/Dep B Sexton
Ct-1/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para
Ct-3/Poss Weapon Commission Of Felony
Ct-4/Unlawful Poss Weapon

Brittany Nicole Dugger Status Pro Se
Gs-19-Cr-431/Fugitive From Justice/Dep A Worley

Sharon Bunton Dyson
Gs-16-Cr-780/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-288/Thp T Wolfenbarger
Ct-1/Dui 2Nd
Ct-2/Dorl
Ct-3/Open Container
Ct-4/Due Care
Ct-5/Financial Responsibility

Jessica Gail Ferguson
Gs-19-Tr-200/Speeding Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp M Brown

Sean Edward Michael Gray
Gs-19-Cr-473/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Dorl 4Th
Ct-2/Criminal Simulation

Franklin D Grayson Jr
Gs-19-Cr-379/Dorl 3Rd/Lt M Mullins

Christine Hathorn
Gs-19-Cr-196/Disorderly Conduct/Sgt C Brown

Autumn Maria Danielle Hernandez
Gs-19-Tr-251/Speeding/Dep E Martin

Gregory Ray Jenkins
Gs-19-Tr-303/Light Law/Sgt J Peters
Gs-19-Cr-421/Poss Drug Para/Sgt J Peters

Taylor D Jordan Smith
Gs-18-Cr-439/Vop/Cci
Gs-18-Cr-946/Vop/Cci

Michael D Laws
Gs-19-Cr-467/Dep B Sexton
Ct-1/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para

Carl Eugene Lee
Gs-19-Tr-177/Speeding Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp C Dunn

Steven R Leonard
Gs-19-Cr-381/Criminal Trespassing/Sgt J Peters

Rodas M Lopez
Gs-19-Cr-363/Driving W/O License/Ptl C Hatley

Annette Herd Lowe
Gs-19-Tr-287/Sgt J Peters
Ct-1/Speeding
Ct-2/Financial Responsibility

Carmella Blanche Linnie Main
Gs-19-Cr-403/Dosl 1St/Sgt J Peters

Calamity J Mann Hearing/Stnaw Viol Date 1-21-18 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-375/Assault/Charlie Mann

Thomas Vincent Mclaughlin
Tbi Cert & Div Viol Date 5-24-19 Pd
Gs-19-Tr-437/Dep E Martin
Ct-1/Disorderly Conduct
Ct-2/Resisting Arrest
Ct-3/Assault On Officer

Kaleb Nicholas Mcwhorter Viol Date 5-26-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-440/Dorl 2Nd/Ptl C Hatley

Donald Wayne Miller Jr
Gs-19-Cr-474/Dep J Ferguson
Ct-1/Simple Poss Sch Vi
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para

Homer Todd Morefield Compliance
Gs-14-Cr-542/Vop/Cci

Lakota Price For Plea,
Smith
Gs-18-Tr-493/Vop/Cci
Gs-18-Cr-510/Vop/Cci
Gs-18-Cr-716/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-371/Agg Criminal Trespassing/Sgt J Peters

Ronald A Reagan Pd Gs-18-Cr-786/Vop/Cci
Gs-18-Cr-908/Vop/Cci

David D Reesman
Gs-19-Tr-321/Dep E Martin
Ct-1/Registration Violation
Ct-2/Financial Responsibility

Bernice Rivera
Gs-19-Cr-261/Driving W/O License/Sgt J Woodard

William D Roberts
Gs-19-Tr-317/Speeding/Sgt J Peters

Tiffany Renee Stanton
Gs-19-Tr-264/Dep E Martin
Ct-1/Financial Responsibility
Ct-2/Driving Unreg Vehicle
Ct-3/Vehicle Entering Through Stop
Gs-19-Cr-308/Dosl/Dep E Martin

Johnathan M Thomas
Gs-19-Tr-341/
Thp M Brown
Ct-1/Due Care
Ct-2/Failure To Maintain Lane
Gs-19-Tr-465/Thp M Brown
Ct-1/Dosl 9Th
Ct-2/Poss Sch Ii
Ct-3/Poss Sch Vi
Ct-4/Poss Drug Para

Legislative amendment affects Motorized watercraft renters

TWRA Press Release

NASHVILLE — An amendment passed in the Tennessee General Assembly this year requires persons who rent motorized watercraft be given an orientation for the specific type of vessel being rented.
The renter of the watercraft must sign off in acknowledgement after completion of the orientation. The marina or any other rental entity will keep the acknowledgement on file for at least a 30-day period.
Tennessee residents who have successfully completed a monitored National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) exam and hold the TWRA-issued wallet certification card are exempt from this orientation. Any out of state visitor, who holds a NASBLA-approved boating safety education certification, is also exempt as is any person who holds a United States Coast Guard operator license.
Tennessee residents born after Jan. 1, 1989 are required to pass a boater education exam administered by an approved representative of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency in order to operate any motorized vessel over 8.5 horsepower. Out of state residents born after Jan. 1, 1989 must show proof of successful completion of NASBLA
approved boating safety course. Non-resident certification may be from their home state or any state issued course.
Tennessee residents born after the Jan.1, 1989 can purchase a Type 600 Exam Permit online or from any hunting and fishing license vendor for a cost of $10 and go to a testing location to take the exam or take a class. Locations for testing and for classes can be found on the TWRA website under the boating section. For study materials, telephone (615) 781-6682.

Boat registration fees to see first increase in 12 years

Photo By Tamas Mondovics

TWRA Press Release

Tennessee boaters have the month of June to renew their boat registration before the first fee increase in 12 years goes into effect on July 1, pending approval by the Government Operations Committee of the Tennessee General Assembly.
The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency reports there are about 264,000 vessels registered.
Any boating vessel operated by a gas engine, electric motor or sail is required to be registered. The increase is in line with the rise of the
consumer price index since the last fee increase was made.
The current fee for a 16-foot boat and under is $13 for one year, $24 for two, and $35 for three. The new fees will be $15, $28, and $41, respectively. Vessels with a length over 16-feet to 26-feet will increase from $25 to $29 for a year. Those over 26 feet to 40 increases from $38 to $44 and vessels more than 40 feet moves from $51 to $59 for a year.
Boat owners have the option to have their vessels
registered for one, two, or three years. The registration term may not exceed three years and 30 days. Boat owners will not see the increase until their current registration expires.
Those vessels that are powered only by paddle such as canoes, kayaks, paddleboards, and rafts are not required to be registered.
Boat registration can be made online at GoOutdoorsTennessee.com, or on Monday through Friday 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. at any TWRA regional office located in Jackson (Region I), Nashville (Region II), Crossville (Region III), and Morristown (Region IV), or by mail.

Fatalities reported at start of summer boating season

A sailboat takes advantage of a breezy day on Watauga Lake earlier this week, while dozens of boats await their captains at the start of the 2019 summer boating season. With boating season in full swing, local agencies are urging boaters to wear life jackets and keep boating safety in the forefront while on the water. Photo by Tamas Mondovics

By Tamas Mondovics
Editor

In the wake of the traditional National Safe Boating Week (May 18-24), and Memorial Day Weekend, the 2019 summer boating season is now in full swing.
To educate the public about the importance of safe boating practices and wearing life jackets while on the water, local agencies and law enforcement officials joined forces with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency in a weeklong effort urging boaters to put safety first throughout the entire 2019 boating season.
“Safe Boating Week is the perfect opportunity before the first major holiday weekend of the year to remind boaters about safety equipment,” said Betsy Woods, TWRA Boating Education Coordinator. “It is also the time to make maintenance checks and all that is needed so they can have a great time on the water and be safe.”
The effort, of course, is for a good reason. Over the 2018 Memorial Day weekend, there were ten boating under the influence (BUI) arrests. TWRA wildlife officers reported three injury-incidents accident and a pair of property damage incidents.
TWRA has reported that there were no boating-related fatalities over the 2019 Memorial Day holiday weekend, which marks the fifth consecutive year without a boating fatality over the holiday weekend.
Unfortunately, 2019 already had its share of boating accidents resulting in fatalities, including the most recent report of TWRA responding to a call of a boat collision on Thursday, May 30 around 9:45 p.m. The accident reportedly occurred near the Hobson Pike Bridge on Percy Priest Lake. Upon arrival, officers reported two boats and three individuals involved. Two occupants in one of the vessels suffered severe injuries. One individual died at the scene, and the other was taken to Vanderbilt Hospital in critical condition. The operator of the second vessel sustained minor injuries.
Preliminary investigation suggests both boats were under power and moving at the time of the collision although the exact cause of the accident is still under investigation. TWRA investigators impounded both vessels for further analysis.
Officials reported that the fatality is the second boating death of 2019 in Tennessee.
During the period from May 24-27, there were five injury incidents and six property damage incidents. TWRA Region IV in East Tennessee had two of the injury and five property damage incidents.
TWRA Boating and Law Enforcement officers made 21 boating under the influence (BUI) arrests, the most since the same number was reported in 2016 over the holiday weekend. The figure shows an increase from ten in 2018.
TWRA also wants to stress the responsible use of alcohol while boating, as well as to consider the effects of drinking and driving, whether on water or land. In a boat on the water, the effects of alcohol increase because of external stressors such as engine vibration, wave motion, and glare from the sun. Operating a boat under the influence of alcohol or drugs is illegal in Tennessee.
For many residents, the Memorial Day weekend was the first time to have the boat on the water this year.
TWRA officials say taking a few minutes to check some of the boat components may be the key to having a nice, safe outing.
Performing a simple maintenance check before getting on the water may prevent problems. Check hoses to make sure they are in good shape. Make sure the lights work and carry extra fuses and bulbs.

• Have a wearable life jacket for every person onboard
• If your boat is 16 feet or longer, there must be a Type IV throwable device onboard
• Have onboard a working fire extinguisher if you have enclosed fuel compartments or cabins
• Children age 12 and younger must wear a life jacket at all times while the boat is underway – drifting is considered underway
• Any boat operator born after January 1, 1989, must have onboard the TWRA-issued wallet Boating Safety Education Certificate
• Choose a designated boat operator
• Make sure there is a current boat registration
• Maintain a safe speed
• Boating safety courses – log onto
www.tnwildlife.org for information.

Sheriff’s Report

5/31/2019

05/23/02019 Clinton T Bown, Claude Warren Rd, Criminal Trespassing, Evading Arrest
05/23/2019 Amy S Henley, Fox Hollow Rd, Violation Of Probation
05/23/2019 Allison B Roark, Roan Creek Rd, Theft Of Property, Violation Of Probation X 2
05/24/2019 Mitchell S Johnson, Forge Rd, Violation Of Probation
05/24/2019 Natalie Wilson, Johnson City, Driving Under The Influence, Violation Of Implied Consent Law
05/25/2019 Sharon Dyson, Hospital Rd, Violation Of Probation
05/25/2019 John T Hallenbeck, Berry Branch Rd, Driving Under The Influence, Driving On Cancelled Drivers License
05/25/2019 Thomas V Mclaughlin, Pennsylvania, Assault On An Officer, Resisting Arrest, Disorderly Conduct
05/26/2019 Kaleb N Mcworther, Corner Rd, Driving On Revoked Drivers License
05/26/2019 Austin Mills, Newport Ln, Simple Possession
05/26/2019 Jaun M Ramirez, Chestnut Dr, Assault As Domestic Violence
05/27/2019 Kaila S Brooks, Seahorne Ln, Rabies Vaccination X 3, Dogs Not Allowed At Large X 3
05/28/2019 Melissa A Fletcher, Little Dry Run Rd, Resisting Arrest, Manufacture, Delivery, Sale Or Possession Of Methamphetamines For Resale, Possession Of Drug Paraphernalia, Possession Of Legend Drugs, Maintaining A Dwelling For The Sale Of Drugs
05/28/2019 Mindy L Phillips, Campbell Rd, Violation Of Probation
05/30/2019 Roby B Dunn, Roan Creek Rd, Violation Of Bond Condition
05/30/2019 Michael Wessely, Abingdon Va, Driving On Suspended Drivers License

Court Report

General Sessions Court Johnson County,
Tennessee
The Honorable
William B. Hawkins,
Presiding
Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Justin Matthew Bailey
Gs-19-Tr-176/Speeding Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp C Dunn

Thomas Edward Ball Compliance
Gs-16-Cr-134/Vop/Cci
Gs-16-Cr-834/Vop/Cci
Gs-16-Cr-835/Vop/Cci
Gs-17-Cr-573/
Disorderly Conduct/Charlie Morefield

Joshua Bentley
Gs-19-Tr-225/Thp M Brown
Ct-1/Speeding In Construction Zone Workers Present
Ct-2/Financial Responsibility

Brian Keith Busler
Gs-19-Tr-168/Speeding /Thp C Dunn

River Cazire
Gs-19-Tr-210/Speeding In Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp M Brown

Bobby Roscoe Clawson Hearing/Stnaw Canter
Gs-18-Tr-588/Thp C Dunn
Ct-1/Seatbelt 1St
Ct-2/Due Care
Gs-18-Cr-714/Dui 1St/Sgt M Mullins
Gs-18-Cr-878/Thp C Dunn
Ct-1/Dui 1St
Ct-2/Vicl

Crystal Nicole Coffey
Gs-19-Tr-241/Seatbelt 1St/Thp C Dunn

Ted Millard Cooper
Gs-19-Tr-249/Seatbelt 1St/Thp C Dunn

Hollis F Corley
Gs-19-Cr-276/Dui 1St/Dep R Norris

Delaina Crain
Gs-19-Tr-187/Speeding/Thp C Dunn

Rusty Lee Davis
Gs-19-Tr-243/
Thp C Dunn
Ct-1/Speeding
Ct-2/Expired Registration
Ct-3/Financial Responsibility

Joshua Robert Dowell Preliminary Hearing Pd
Gs-18-Cr-525/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-296/Vop/Cci
Gs-19-Cr-417/
Dep R Norris
Cts 1-2/Resisting Arrest
Ct-3/Poss Drug Para
Ct-4/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-5/Poss Sch Vi Resale
Ct-6/Poss Sch Iii Resale
Ct-7/Intro
Contraband Into Penal Fac
Ct-8/Poss Legend Drug

Brittany Nicole Dugger Status
Gs-19-Cr-431/Fugitive From Justice/Dep A Worley

Nola Gay Dugger Buck
Gs-18-Cr-364/Vop/Cci
Gs-18-Cr-693/Sgt J Norman
Ct-1/Dui 2Nd
Ct-2/Poss Legend Drug
Ct-3/Poss Drug Para
Ct-4/False Report
Ct-5/Dorl

Courtney Ann Dunlap
Gs-19-Cr-163/Dep R Norris
Ct-1/Financial Responsibility
Ct-2/Dosl

Rex Arlen Farley Hearing/Stnaw Pro Se
Gs-19-Cr-232/Harassment/Kayla Williams

Curtis J Ferguson
Gs-19-Cr-447/
Simple Poss Sch Ii/Ptl Z Reece

David Lee Gobble
Gs-19-Cr-449/
Dep T Brown
Ct-1/Poss Sch Ii Resale
Ct-2/Poss Drug Para
Ct-3/Dorl 1St

Nathan Alexander Goodman
Gs-19-Cr-343/Dui 1St/Dep A Worley

Shirley Greer
Gs-19-Cr-384/Worthless Check/Tammie Fenner

Justin Hammons
Gs-19-Tr-211/Speeding Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp M Brown

Jadey Henderson
Gs-19-Tr-217/Speeding Construction Zone With Workers Present

Deangelo D Holt Conditional Forf. Pro Se
Gs-18-Cr-430/Domestic Assault/Ptl C Brown

Aaron J Howard
Tbi Cert & Div
Viol Date 3-2-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-222/Dep R Norris
Cts 1-8/Cruelty To Animals

Greggory Lee Johnson
To Have Dl
Viol Date 1-2-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-19/Dosl 1St/Thp C Dunn

Mitchell Stephen Johnson
Gs-18-Cr-851/Vop/Cci

Jennifer Nicole Keaton
Gs-19-Tr-173/Speeding Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp C Dunn

Bobby Kimble
Gs-19-Tr-214/Speeding Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp M Brown

Paris Lawson
Gs-19-Tr-228/Speeding Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp M Brown

Christina A Labond
Gs-19-Tr-159/Speeding/Thp M Brown

Adam W Lebatard
Gs-19-Tr-248/Speeding/Thp C Dunn

Carl Eugene Lee
Gs-19-Tr-177/Speeding Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp C Dunn

Charles E Lipford
Gs-19-Tr-293/
Dep A Worley
Ct-1/Speeding
Ct-2/Unreg Vehicle
Ct-3/Financial Responsibility
Gs-19-Cr-424/Felony Reckless Endangerment/Dep A Worley

Carl William Loggins
Gs-19-Cr-414/
Dep A Worley
Ct-1/Dui 1St
Ct-2/Simple Poss Sch Vi
Ct-3/Poss Drug Para

Tommy Scott Lowe
Gs-19-Tr-181/Speeding Construction Zone Workers Present/Thp C Dunn

Clifford A Lunceford
Gs-19-Cr-448/Agg Domestic Assault/Dep B Sexton

Addie Elizabeth Mahala Tbi Cert & Div Pro Se
Gs-19-Tr-57/Seatbelt 1St/Thp M Brown
Gs-19-Cr-110/Thp M Brown
Ct-1/Simple Poss Sch Ii
Ct-2/Dosl

Allen Ray Main Viol Date 5-1-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-367/Fugitive From Justice/Dep E Martin

Jeffery Allen Main
Gs-19-Cr-329/Dui 1St/Ptl C Hatley

Susan Marsh
Gs-19-Tr-218/Speeding Construction While Workers Present/Thp M Brown

Kaleb Nicholas Mcwhorter Viol Date 5-26-19 Pd
Gs-19-Cr-440/Dorl 2Nd/Ptl C Hatley

Brittany Danielle Nidifer
Gs-17-Cr-691/Vop/Cci

Matthew J Osborne
Gs-19-Cr-446/Public Intoxication/Ptl Z Reece

Noah Michael Pennington
Gs-19-Cr-462/Felony Reckless Endangerment/Dep A Worley

William C Porter To Have Dl/For Plea Pro Se
Gs-19-Cr-40/Asst Chief Norris
Ct-1/Dorl
Ct-2/Financial Responsibility

Natasha L Potter
Gs-19-Tr-85/Dep A Worley
Ct-1/Dosl
Ct-2/Financial Responsibility

Angela Pritt
Gs-19-Tr-213/Speeding Construction Zone While
Workers Present/
Thp M Brown

Milton Jasper Rader
Gs-19-Tr-203/Speeding Construction Zone While Workers Present/Thp M Brown

Ronald A Reagan
Pd
Gs-18-Cr-786/Vop/Cci
Gs-18-Cr-908/Vop/Cci

Brittany R Reece Petition For Pmt Plan
Gs-17-Cr-693/Dosl
2Nd/Dep J Peters

David Lester Reece To Have Atty
Gs-19-Cr-56/Dosl/
Thp M Harkleroad

Amanda Reichenbach
Gs-19-Tr-222/Speeding Construction Zone While Workers Present/Thp M Brown

Teresa K Robbins
Gs-19-Tr-252/Dep R Norris
Ct-1/Financial Responsibility
Ct-2/Dosl 2Nd

Richard Clay Sizemore
Gs-19-Tr-165/Seatbelt
1St/Thp C Dunn
Gs-19-Cr-312/Dorl
1St/Thp C Dunn

James Darrell Smith
Gs-19-Tr-156/Speeding School Zone/Thp C Dunn

Jacob C Sprague Hearing/Stnaw Pro Se
Gs-19-Cr-231/Harassment/Kayla Williams

Raymond Eugene Turner
Gs-19-Cr-386/Burning W/O Permit/Dep A Worley

Jesse Drew Wallace Pd Gs-16-Cr-1017/Vop/Cci

Natalie D Wilson
To Have Atty
Gs-19-Cr-435/Lt M Mullins
Ct-1/Dui 2Nd
Ct-2/Vicl

Thomas Bruce Anderson Sentencing Hearing Bond With Aaa $30,000 Smith
17-Cr-90/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Theft Of Property $60,000 Or More Less Than $250,000A
Ct-2-3/ Agg Perjury

Peggy Fritts Blevins Payment Compliance Probation Violation Summons
Judgment 8/12/11
5729/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Dui 2Nd
Ct-2/ Dorl

Roby Bradford Dunn
Pdl/Motions Probation Viol $10,000 Or Bond Fallin
Judgment 11-18-16
16-Cr-130/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Reckless Endangerment
Ct-2/ Assault
Ct-3/ Poss Drug Para

Stephen Wayne Dunn Jr Pdl/Motions 13,000 Bond-Jail
Hampton
19-Cr-67/ Twra
Ct-1/ Unlawful Poss Weapon By Convicted Felon
Ct-2/ Poss Drug Para
Ct-3-4/ Illegal Poss Of Deer

Mario Rafael Gonzales Arraignment Probation Viol No Bond-Jail
Judgment 4-23-18
17-Cr-174/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Theft $1,000 Or Less
Ct-2/ Poss Drug Para
Ct-3/ Dorl
17-Cr-175/ Jcsd
Ct-2, 10, 12, 14,19/
Identity Theft

Mary Holloway Payment Status Viol Probation – $1000 O.R Bond
6072 / Reckless Endangerment
6093 / Failure To Appear

Justin David Jacobs Sentencing Hearing $57,500 Tn Bonding Stout
18-Cr-91/ Jcsd
Ct-1-3/ Solicitation Of Minor
Ct-4-7/ Soliciting Sexual Exploitation Of Minor

Heather B Maze
Pdl/Motions Probation Viol 1-15-19 No Bond-Jail Pd
Probation Viol 2-27-19
Judgment 6/3/16
16-Cr-16/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Poss Contraband Into Penal Facility

Leandra Lane Owens
Pdl/Motions Probation Viol 3-20-19
No Bond-Jail Pd
Judgment 4-13-18
17-Cr-164/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Agg Burglary
Ct-2/ Theft Of $1,000

Tabitha Ashley Price Payment Compliance Probation Viol Summons
Judgment 12/20/11
13-Cr-171 / Jcsd
Ct-1/ Att Theft Over $500

Destiny Dawn Roark
Pdl/Motions $25,000 Bond-Jail
Pd
17-Cr-128/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Failure To Appear

Blair Anson Robbins Pdl/Motions $5,000 Tn Bonding Fallin
18-Cr-97/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Poss Sch Iv
With Intent To Sell Or Deliver
Ct-2/ Poss Sch Vi
With Intent To Sell Or Deliver
Ct-3/ Poss Firearm During Commission Of Dangerous Felony
Ct-4/ Poss Drug Para
Ct-5/ Viol Order Protection
18-Cr-98/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Poss Meth With Intent To Sell Or Deliver
Ct-2/ Poss Firearm During Commission Od Dangerous Felony
Ct-3/ Simple Poss Sch Vi
Ct-4/ Viol Order Protection

Mary Natasha Stanley
Pdl/Motions Probation Viol
No Bond-JailPd Judgment 6-19-17
17-Cr-10/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Failure To Appear
17-Cr-73/ Jcsd Ct-1/ Forgery
Ct-2/ Conspiracy To Commit Theft Of Property $1,000 Or Less
19-Cr-52/ Mcpd $3,000 Tn Bonding
Ct-1-2/ Forgery
Ct-3/ Attempted Forgery
Ct-4/ Theft Or Property $1,000 Or Less

Timothy Harold Stanton Payment Compliance Probation Violation Summons Judgment 2/5/05
4219/Jcsd
Ct-1/ Attempted Manu. Sch I
Ct-2/ Poss. Sch Ii Resale
4346/ Jcsd
Ct-1-3/ Attempted Child Abuse & Neglect X3
Paid In Full
4366/ Jcsd
Ct-1/ Manu. Sch Ii

Tommy Len Ward, Jr. Payment Compliance Probation Violation Summons
Judgment 5/11/15
14-Cr-134/
Ct-1/ Agg. Burglary
Ct-2/ Theft Over $1000
Ct-3/ Vandalism Over $500

Fabian Luran Winters Arraignment $5,000- Tn Bonding
To Have Atty
14-Cr-136/ Mcpd
Ct-1-24/ Forgery
Ct-25/ Theft Under $500