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ARRESTS


September 17 - Joshua James Forrest, 30, Ducktown, Failure to appear ... Danielle Nichole Burney, 24, Isabella, Harassment (oral threat) ... Truman Frederick Kelly, 66, Murphy NC, DUI ... Eugenia Fay Stuart, 28, Copperhill, Harassment (oral threat).

September 18 - Robert Eugene Briner, 26, Old Fort, Evading arrest, criminal conspiracy ... Jonathan Michael Brown, 29, Delano, Facilitation of Murder 2, accessory after the fact ... Johnny Tafton Godsey, 48, Copperhill, Violation misdemeanor probation ... Connie Francis Hedrick, 47, Mineral Bluff GA, Violation misdemeanor probation ... Gladys Marie Shelton, 30, Old Fort, for court only ... Adam Joe Willis, 30, Cleveland, Evading arrest, resisting stop, arrest.

September 19 - Ronnie Lee Bohannon, 20, Decatur, DUI, assault ... Patti Dawn King, 38, Old Fort, Failure to appear ... Anthony Frank Shuler, 29, Cleveland, Violation misdemeanor probation ... Stephen Trey Stone, 24, Ocoee, Violation probation.

September 20 - Benny Ray Stone, 51, Benton, Manufacturing marijuana, felony possession marijuana for resale, felony drug paraphernalia, armed and dangerous.

September 21 -Matthew Davis Forrister, 49, Turtletown, Intent to manufacture meth, unlawful carrying of weapon ... Natalie Drake Lindsey, 30, Reliance, Unlawful carrying of a weapon ...

September 22 - Michael Darren Heath, 46, Cleveland, Violation probation ... Eric Christopher Dillard, 20, Copperhill, Unlawful drug paraphernalia, simple possession/casual exchange.


INCIDENTS


September 17 - A vehicle was reported hitting a rock in the roadway on Hwy 64 ... Trespassing was reported on Shiloh Church Rd. A man was reported using a yard as a roadway to get to his apartment ... Rocks were reported in t he roadway at Hwy 64 and Hwy 30 ... A vehicle unlock was requested on Hwy 411 ... Stolen chainsaws were reported in Greasy Creek ... Trespassing was reported on Horns Creek Rd ... A tree was reported across Old federal Rd ... A hitchhiker was reported at #1 Dam in Parksville ... A tree was reported being cut down from someone’s yard on Conasauga ... A vehicle unlock was requested on Hwy 411 ... A tree was reported down on Mtn View Rd.

September 18 - Two dogs were reported dumped out in the mountains ... Lost hikers were reported on Chilhowee Mtn ... A child custody dispute was reported on Bryant Ln ... A tree was reported in Parksville Rd.

September 19 - A BOLO was issued from Bradley County for a vehicle involved in an armed robbery ... A stolen 4-wheeler was reported to be found in a junk yard.

September 20 - Illegal dumping was reported on Dogwood Trail ... Hit and Run wads reported at Ocoee Super Saver ... A late arrival was reported in Delano.

September 21 - An 11-yr old runaway was reported on Kirksey Dr. She was located ... A motorcycle accident was reported in Greasy Creek ... Theft of a laptop was reported on Leamon Dr. It was later returned ... Possible DUI was reported on Hwy 411S ... A loose dog was reported on Hwy 411 ... A suspicious person was reported in Delano ... An unruly juvenile was reported in Ocoee.

September 22 - A farm tractor was reported on fire on Upper River Rd ... A missing child was reported on Etowah Rd. He was later reported not missing after all ... Threats were reported in Greasy Creek ... Loose horses were reported on Goforth Lane.

September 23 - A verbal domestic argument was reported on Lexie Ln ... A suspicious person was reported at Mapco in Ocoee ... A reckless driver was reported on Hwy 411S in Benton ... A suspicious vehicle was reported near Crossroads Baptist ... Theft of a riding mower was reported on Ladd Springs Rd ... A rape was reported by a nurse at Skyridge that had reportedly happened on Chilhowee ... Fire was reported ont he mountain at the Hwy 315 and Monroe County line ... Dogs were reported running at large in Old Fort ... Dogs were reported running at large on Adams Rd ... DUI was reported in Delano ... Fire was reported in the field north of Boanerges Baptist Church ... A prowler was reported on Columbus Rd ... Lous music was reported on Hwy 64 in Ocoee.

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