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August 20 - Clifford Lowe, 63, Reliance, Driving on suspended license, DUI 2nd offense serving 45 days ... Donald Garren Murphy, 18, Rising Fawn, GA, Theft over $500, aggravated burglary ... Harry Conrad Naico, Jr., Benton, Violation misdemeanor probation ... Deanna Michelle McDonald, 27, Charleston, DUI ... Jarett Luke Stiles, 30, Ashville NC, Burglary.

August 21 - Mary Elizabeth Payne, 27, Copperhill, Violation misdemeanor probation ...  Brandon Lee Shelton, 31, Charleston, Violation state probation ... Carlos Andres Giraldo, 26, Cleveland, Simple possession ... Eric Shawn Key, 36, Farner, Violation probation ... Donald Rex Satterfield, Jr., Copperhill, Assault.

August 22 - Kierre Tremaine Kinamore, 27, Chattanooga, Violation misdemeanor probation ... Melissa Ann Lawson, 24, Bellfest, Violation community corrections ... Amy Lee Parker, 30, Tellico Plains, Violation state probation ... Tammy Joyce Shubert, 34, Tellico Plains, Violation state probation ... Walter Allen Burton, 39, Benton, Leaving the scene of an accident with property damage, vandalism over $500 ... Mathieu Patrick Legault, 23, Alpharetta GA, Possession schedule I heroin, unlawful drug paraphernalia.

August 23 - Andrew Houston Forgey, 35, Cleveland, Violation probation ... Jeremy Lynn Nichols, 23, Benton, Violation misdemeanor probation ... Erica Taylor Payne, 18, Ocoee, Unlawful drug paraphernalia, possession schedule I meth ... Charles Ranson Price, 24, Cleveland, Violation probation ... Robert John Stamper, 23, Benton, Failure to exercise due care, DUI, violation financial responsibility, registration violation.

August 24 - James T. Smitty, 50, Cleveland, Violation misdemeanor probation ... Timothy Kane Nicholson, 27, Charleston, DUI ... Michael D. Wiley, 22, Englewood, DUI.

August 25 - Brandy Lynn Jenkins, 35, Copperhill, Hold for Fannin County only ... Michael Kenneth James, 25, Cleveland, Public intoxication ... Paula Marie Tapley, 34, Driving on suspended license.


August 20 – Extra patrol was requested on Benton Station Rd after threats were made … Trees were reported down on Claire St … A suspicious vehicle was reported at Papa’s Pizza … Harassment was reported on Hwy 411 … Reckless driving was reported on Old Federal Rd … A reckless driver was reported on Hwy 411 … A man was reported not paying for gas at Hall’s Grocery … A vehicle was reported hitting Hiwassee Corner Market … Burglary and theft were reported on Roy Campbell Ln … A vehicle unlock was requested on Pine Ridge Dr.

August 21 – Extra patrol was requested on Benton Way … A disturbance was reported in Old Fort … Stolen beer was reported at IGA. They got the beer back … A wreck was reported at Welcome Valley Pointe … Attempted theft was reported at King Slue. A woman reported having a knife pulled on her and jumping into the water to get away … A man was reported causing a scene at the Mapco in Ocoee because they were out of Pall Malls … A tool box was reported found on Reynolds Bridge Rd … Attempted burglary was reported at the old Delano Mill … A man was reported picking up tin cans on Hwy 314 with a small child who was walking in the highway … Assault was reported in Calhoun.

August 22 – A domestic dispute was reported on Boyd Rd … Drug paraphernalia was reported found in Old Fort. A mother was stuck by a needle … Credit card fraud was reported on Horn’s Creek Rd … A bear was reported in a back yard in Conasauga … Shoplifting was reported in Benton … A dog bite was reported in Delano … Vehicle vandalism was reported at Mac Point … A log truck was reported overturned in Reliance … Suspicious activity was reported at Hiwassee Corner Market … A dog was reported barking all the time on Chestuee Rd … A verbal domestic was reported on Gann Rd … Attempted entry to a building used for storage was reported on Reynolds Bridge Rd … Request to remove someone was made on Gann Rd.

August 23 – A domestic dispute between father and son was reported on Beech Springs Rd … A wreck was reported at Hwy 314 and Benton Springs … A stolen vehicle was reported on Teresa Ln … Stolen medication was reported in Ocoee … Spotlighting was reported on Hwy 411. Extra patrol was requested … A child was reported not getting off the bus on Welcome Valley Rd. Turned out he was on an afternoon field trip … A suspicious vehicle was reported selling beef on Wooten Rd … An abandoned vehicle was reported in Old Fort … A strong odor was reported coming from a tanker truck on Hwy 411N. It was full of chicken waste … A suspicious vehicle was reported at Hiwassee RV … A wreck w as reported in Pin Hook.

August 24 – An intoxicated male was reported in Ocoee … Extra patrol was requested on Benton Station Rd … Neighbors were reported arguing on Rymer Rd … Water was reported out on Parker Rd … A vehicle was reported hitting a deer in Ocoee … Hay and a field were reported on fire on Columbus Rd … Shots were reported on New Stansbury Rd.

August 25 – A wreck was reported at Jack’s River … A suspicious vehicle was reported on Swan Rd … A suspicious vehicle was reported at Chilhowee Apartments … Tire vandalism was reported on Hwy 411 in Ocoee … A wallet was reported missing on Lois Lane … A woman reported finding her wallet on Lois Lane … A fight was reported on Bates Pike … An unruly man was reported intoxicated on drugs in Benton … Theft was reported on Jessica Lane … A juvenile was reported running away after being caught smoking. He was found … Fire was reported on the mountain … A vehicle was reported broken down on Hwy 64 at Subway. Vehicle owner said he could not get towed until Monday and had a small grill, cooking food … A man fishing near Dentville Rd reported hearing a child yelling … Loud campers were reported in Ocoee.

August 26 – Harassment was reported on Hwy 411 in Old Fort … A wreck was reported on Cookson Creek Rd.

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