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September 24 - Larry Vance Blankenship, 62, Old Fort, DUI ... Aaron Thomas Hensley, 30, Cleveland, Possession schedule IV ... Andrew Rodney Hornsby, 19, Epworth GA, Burglary ... William Tony Long, 51, Mineral Bluff, GA, Unlawful drug paraphernalia, burglary.

September 25 - Connie Elaine Laughlin, 46, Benton, Public intoxication ... Patrick Ratcliff, 44, Assault.

September 26 - Nora Darlene Burger, 34, Ocoee, Theft under $500 ... Jessica Maria Carver, 33, Benton, Worthless checks (criminal summons).

September 27 - James T. Blassingame, 41, Delano, Violation misdemeanor probation.

September 28 - Scott Enos Dalton, 33, Reliance, Possession drug paraphernalia, violation misdemeanor probation ...  Bryan Turner West, 25, Spartanburg, SC, Violation state probation ... Christopher K. Wilson, 30, Delano, Theft under $500, driving on suspended license ... Jonathan Arthur Garcia, 22, Etowah, Driving on suspended license (2nd offense).

September 29 - William Alonzo Baker, Jr., 51, Pine Mtn, GA, Failure to appear ... Shannon Denise Fowler, 36, Old Fort, Theft under $500 ... James Randall Guinn, 19, Benton, DUI, vandalism, underage consumption .... Luke Tanner Park, 19, Charleston, Public intoxication, underage consumption.

September 30 - Tanika Nicole Beck, 20, Cleveland, Theft over $1000, Driving while unlicensed, leaving the scene of an accident, financial responsibility ... Timothy William Taylor, 43, Pisgah Forest, NC, Public intoxication ... Mark Anthony Dale, 50, Cleveland, Theft over $1000 ... Marisa Jeanne Damico, 52, Etowah, Implied consent, DUI, burglary ... Danny Ray McDaniel, 40, Newnan, GA, Domestic assault ... Sandra Gail McDaniel, 60, Cleveland, DUI, driving while suspended, evading arrest.


September 24 - A physical domestic dispute was reported on Hwy 64 ... A grass fire was reported on Hwy 411 ... A truck was reported flipped at Ladd Springs and Boanerges Church Rd ... Theft and vandalism were reported on Horns Creek Rd ... A deputy was requested to investigate possible illegal burning on grassy Creek Road.

September 25 - Suspicious people were reported in Delano ... A stolen tag was reported on Mull Rd ... Theft of a bank card was reported on Welcome Valley Rd ... A suspicious vehicle was reported on Dentville Rd ... A stolen air compressor was reported on Cronan Dr ...An accident was reported on Airport Road ... A deputy was requested to remove an intoxicated person from a residence in farner.

September 26 - An air compressor was reported being taken to a pawn shop ... Trespassing was reported on Stump St ... Unruly juveniles were reported in Tennga ... A wreck was reported on Hwy 411N ... Gas theft was reported on Bullens Rd ... A fight was reported on Rick Hyatt Road.

September 27 - A 10-yr old was reported knocking on a neighbor’s door at 5:30 a.m. ... A prowler was reported on Hwy 411 ... Mailbox damage was reported on Reynolds Bridge Rd ... Theft of a motorcycle was reported on Locke Ln ... a suspicious person was reported in Greasy Creek ... A wreck was reported in Old Fort ... An unruly 17-yr-old was reported in Reliance ... An accident was reported on Tennessee Avenue ... A breaking and entering was reported at a residence on Stansbury Mountain Road ... A deputy was requested to remove an unwanted female from a residence on Newman Drive.

September 28 - A wreck was reported on Upper River Rd ... Assault was reported on Oak Grove Rd ... Harassment was reported on Clemmer Ferry Rd ... Vandalism was reported on Lois Lane ... Dogs were reported at large in Old Fort ... A suspicious vehicle was reported on Boanerges Church Rd ... An attempted breaking and entering was reported at the Family Dollar in Ducktown ... A deputy was requested to deal with an unruly juvenile on Pinecrest Drive ... An accident was reported on Highway 64 at the 15mph Curve.

September 29 - Extra patrol was requested on Margaret Ln ... Possible breaking and entering was reported on Hwy 411 ... A white male was reported on Hwy 30 carrying two beers, yelling and screaming ... A vehicle was reported on its side at Jack’s River ... Alcohol was reported on Chilhowee Mtn ... A wreck was reported on C Chilhowee Mtn ... A gas drive-off was reported in Ocoee ... A stolen storm door was reported on Reynolds bridge Rd ... A physical altercation was reported in front of the middle school ... A man was reported hit in the head with a hammer on Rymer Rd ... A stolen wheel was reported in Ocoee ... Phone harassment was reported on Parksville Rd ... A shoplifter was reported at Dollar General ... A water leak was reported on Parker Rd ... A stolen Buick was reported at Hwy 30 and Hwy 411. It was found across the street ... A prowler was reported on Horn’s Creek Rd ... A wreck was reported on Hwy 64 ... A tree was reported down on Mtn View Rd ... A wreck was reported on Bowater Rd ... Assault was reported at Skyridge.

September 30 - A vehicle unlock was requested in Reliance ... A verbal altercation was reported in Old Fort ... A black cow was reported in the roadway in Benton Station ... A vehicle unlock was requested in Ocoee ... A reckless driver was reported on Hwy 64 ... Phone harassment was reported in Old Fort ... Cows were reported in Horns Creek Rd ... A vehicle was reported damaged by a dog in Benton ... Theft of a Iphone was reported on Oak Grove Rd ... A cow was reported in Swann Rd ... A wreck was reported in Greasy Creek.

October 1 - An accident was reported on Highway 68 in Farner ... A tree was reported in the road on Highway 68 1⁄2 mile from the Monroe County Line ... A man and woman were reported screaming at each other in the parking lot of the Dollar General in Ducktown ... A tree was reported in the road on Highway 64 at the Ocoee Whitewater Center

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