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July 12 – Timothy D. Dunn, 30, Cleveland, Public intoxication … Charles E. Daniels, 46, Cleveland, DUI 5th offense, Driving on revoked 3rd offense, simple possession, possession drug paraphernalia, violation implied consent … James G. Goss Jr, 33, Cleveland, Vehicular Assault, Driving Under the Influence, Driving on the Revoked List, Violation of Implied Consent, Possession of Burglary Tools.

July 13 – Tommy Ricker, 37, Failure to appear … James G. Goss Hr, 33, Cleveland, Theft over $1000-Burglary, Theft under $1000-Burglary … Frank Boatwright, 58, Farner … Domestic Assault, Violation of an Order of Protection … Christopher Abercrombie, 53. Copperhill, Assault … James Steven Metzdorf, 36, Copperhill, Assault.

July 14 – Brandon Lee Murphy, 24, Ocoee, Aggravated assault.

July 15 – Christopher Abercrombie, 53, Copperhill, Assault … James Steven Metzdorf, 36, Copperhill, Assault … Charles Ketron, 29, Lexington, Simple possession, possession paraphernalia … Frank Boatwright, 57, Farner, Violation protection order.

July 16 – Mark A. Pettit, 43, Benton, Domestic violence … Daniel Flemming, 30, Cleveland, Assault … Christopher Shane Burns, 30, Delano, Violation probation … John S. Hall, 35, McDonald, Simple possession, possession paraphernalia … Kristen Muncy, 22, Cleveland, Simple possession, possession drug paraphernalia … Charles  Ketron, 30, Lexington, Simple Possession, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.

July 17 – Edward G. Swindle, 20, Conasauga, Assault … Rodney Wayne Presley, 29, Conasauga, Assault … James Bradley McDowell, 38, Cleveland, Simple possession … Matthew Scott Meinecke, 24, Huntsville, Al, Possession of Schedule 1 Drugs (Mushrooms).

July 18 – Jeremy Kirkland, 28, Benton, Driving on suspended license … Sammy Ray Womble, 51, Farner, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.




July 12 – A fight was reported on Lois Lane … DUI was reported on Hwy 411N … A wreck was reported at Ladd Springs Rd … A fire was reported on Rivers Edge Lane … A Brush fire was reported on Airport Road … An accident involving a drunk driver was reported in Grassy Creek.

July 13 – Assault was reported at Busted Rock … An unruly juvenile was reported on Welcome alley Rd … An intoxicated person was reported at McKamey Lake … Smoke was reported on Mtn View Rd … Theft was reported on Scenic View Dr … DUI was reported on Lillard Rd … Theft of solar lights from a grave was reported in Benton … A 4 wheeler accident was reported on Nicholson Circle in Turtletown.

July 14 – An accident was reported on Etta Mae Lane … A cat was reported shot on Hildabrand Rd … A 4-wheeler was reported going by a house 6 times on Longley Rd … Kids were reported out at 2:30 a.m. on Voyles Dr … DUI was reported on Hwy 411N … Boys were reported walking up the road on Horns Creek … Loose cows were reported in Ocoee …  An unwated person was reported at Hillbilly Bar apartments … An accident was reported on Highway 68 at the railroad tracks in Turtletown … A deputy was requested to help deal with a patient causing a disturbance at Copper Basin Medical Center … An accident was reported on Highway 64 East.

July 15 – Vandalism was reported on Old Federal Rd … A wreck was reported on George Bates Rd … Small children were reported shooting firecrackers in Hiwassee Estates … A man was reported stumbling around at Hwy 64 and Hwy 411 … A car was reported derailed on the train tracks near Columbus Rd. The car did not contain hazardous materials … A bird cage was reported set outside on Lois Lane … A loose dog was reported in Delano … A family quarrel was reported at a residence on Highway 68 … A fight was reported on Belltown Road.

July 16 – A lost ring was reported on the Ocoee River … Stolen property was reported recovered on Welcome Valley Rd … A suspicious person was reported at a residence on Hildabrand Rd. He said he was there to turn off the cable, but the resident did not ask for the cable to be disconnected … A fight was reported north of PCHS … An unwanted person was reported at Chilhowee apartments …  Theft was reported in Ocoee … Removal of a boyfried was requested on Crowe Hill Rd …  Reckless driving was reported on Hwy 64 … A verbal domestic was reported behind Cherokee Corner … Cattle was reported in the road on Benton Station Rd … A domestic dispute was reported in Benton … A resident on Airport Road reported receiving threatening phone calls … A reckless driver was reported on Croft Chapel Road.

July 17 – Phone harassment was reported on Benton Station Rd … Vandalism and criminal trespassing were reported on Hwy 411 in Old Fort … Theft was reported at Chilhowee day use parking area. A wallet, cell phone, PDA, pocket knife, debit card and cash were taken … A noise disturbance was reported at Adventures Unlimited … A suspicious vehicle was reported at the YMCA camp … A suspicious vehicle was reported on Hwy 30 … Assault was reported in Benton … Threats were reported at Chilhowee Apartments … A wreck was reported in the parking lot of Big Frog Expeditions … Theft was reported in Benton … A suspicous vehicle was reported at Mr. Zip.

July 18 – A tree limb was reported falling on power and phone lines and damaging a residence on Post Rd … A suspicious vehicle was reported at Pine Ridge Church … A drunk man was reported in the yard throwing things on Chestnut Mtn Rd … A deputy was reported to mediate a landlord-tenant dispute on Farner Drive … A deputy was requested to assist in removing an unwanted person from a residence on Appalachia Dam Road in Farner.  The subject was gone when the deputy arrived, but the deputy discovered the suspected components for a methamphetamine lab among the subject’s belongings. Deputies were still attempting to locate the subject at press time … An accident was reported on Highway 68 … An accident was reported on Reecetown Road.











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