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ARRESTS


October 15 - Tracy Lee Mason, 44, Murphy NC, Violation probation.

October 16 - Jeremy Franklin Gribble, 21, Turtletown, Failure to appear ... Henry Aristo Toledo, 38, Maryville, Violation probation ... Kristina Nicole Underwood, 30, McCaysville GA, Failure to appear, violation probation ... Elijah Brandon Witherow, 19, Turtletown, Burglary, failure to appear ... Jessica Kelly Michelle Burns, 23, Greeg SC, DUI, schedule IV drug violations, simple possession/casual exchange ... Gordon Milfred Falkenhagen, 31, Cleveland, Criminal conspiracy to sell/deliver schedule II drug ... Brandon Doyle Freeman, 18, Benton, Driving on suspended license, contributing to the delinquency of a minor ... Richard Lance McAlister, 49, Charleston, Worthless checks ... Zackery Ray Moore, 29, Old Fort, Domestic assault.

October 17 - Josh Tyler Dockery, 19, Cleveland, Theft under $500, vandalism ... Danny Rockford Patterson, 37, Copperhill, Driving on revoked license.

October 19 - Tammy D. Wilcox, 35, Benton, Failure to appear.

October 20 - Jessie Lynn Cantrell, 24, Mineral Bluff GA, Schedule II drug violations, unlawful drug paraphernalia, unlawful carrying of a weapon, reckless driving ... Andrew Lee Wilbanks, 24, Epworth GA, Schedule II drug violations, unlawful drug paraphernalia, unlawful carrying of a weapon.

October 21 - Erin Francis Hurn, 30, Mineral Bluff, GA, Violation probation ...


INCIDENTS


October 15 - Furniture was reported in the roadway in Ocoee ... A wreck was reported in Ocoee ... Request to remove someone was made on McClure Rd ... An unruly juvenile was reported on Amber Way ... An abandoned vehicle was reported on Athens Rd ... A wreck was reported in Old Fort ... Speeding was reported on Camp Agape Rd ... A flat tire was reported on Lynn Dr ... A structure fire was reported on Archville Rd ... Neighbors complained of dogs running loose on College Street in Copperhill ... An attempted breaking and entering was reported by a resident on Pleasant Hill Road.

October 16 - A child custody issue was reported at the Justice Center ... A broken down vehicle was reported on Horns Creek Rd ... A dog bite was reported in Benton ... Breaking and entering was reported on Hildabrand Rd ... Possible breaking and entering was reported in ocoee ... A noise disturbance was reported on Clemmer Ferry Rd ... Shots were reported fired in Old Fort ... Windows were broken out of house on John Hale Dr ... Trespassing was reported on Ladd Springs Rd ... Reckless driving was reported on Hwy 314 ... A guide wire was reported pulled up by the RR tracks on Longley Rd ... A vehicle unlock was requested at McDonald’s ... A suspicious man was reported laying in the woods with a blanket and a bike near Hardee’s. A woman reported taking him a coffee and burger and being yelled at ... An accident was reported on Highway 68 at the 68 Diner ... Reckless driving and drag racing were reported on Colonial Drive in Copperhill.

October 17 - Shots were reported fired on Mtn View Rd ... Suspicious females were reported in Ocoee ... A stolen wicker sofa and cushions was reported on Sloans Gap Rd ... A suspicious person was reported on Parksville Rd ... A domestic dispute was reported on Mtn View Rd ... A verbal dispute was reported on Sloan Gap Rd  ... A vehicle was reported hitting a tree on Kimsey Mtn Hwy ... Reckless driving was reported on Patty Rd ... A snake was reported in a kitchen cabinet on Parksville Rd ... Cats were reported vandalizing a vehicle on Chestuee Rd ... A calf was reported in Delano Rd ... Murray County asked officers to be on the lookout for a man who was seen smoking a crack pipe at a barn in their county ... A resident on Pine Crest Drive reported their dog had a cut on it’s neck and appeared to have been stabbed ... An accident was reported on Deal Hollow Road ... A resident on Scenic Drive reported vandals had fired a paintball gun at their house ... An intoxicated male was reported walking on Mount Harmony Road.

October 18 - Harassment was reported on Bryant Dr ... Breaking and entering was reported on Oak Grove Rd ... A possibly stolen truck was reported on Killian Rd ... A resident reported hearing someone had threatened to burn her house down on Airport Hill ... A suspicious truck was reported in Reliance ... A suspicious man was reported at Huddle House ... A snake was reported in a bathroom on Rebel Dr ... Trespassers were reported on Antioch Church Rd ... A disturbance was reported on Welcome Valley Rd ... Hit and Run was reported at Hwy 411 and Boyd Rd ... A tree was reported down on Fairview Rd ... A dog was reported killing chickens on Fairview Mtn ... A woman reported stepping into the garage to smoke and her mother not letting her back in on George Bates Rd ... An accident was reported on Highway 64 near the put in ... A driver reported locking his keys in his car on Pleasant Hill Road ... A child custody dispute was reported on Brush Creek Road ... A noise complaint was received from a residence on Belltown Road.

October 19 - A wreck was reported in Ocoee ... A domestic dispute was reported on McClure Rd ... A small brush fire was reported on Easley Ford Rd ... An accident was reported on Highway 68 in front of Akins Funeral Home.

October 20 - A deputy was requested to investigate strange persons on Stansbury Mountain Road.

October 21 - An argument was reported at a residence on Durwood Drive ... A missing person was reported at Turtletown Falls, but was later found OK ... Extra patrol was requested on Swan Rd. Someone was reported on a golf cart stopping at people’s houses, calling dogs over and hitting them with a stick, then leaving ... A suspicious vehicle was reported in Delano ... A wreck was reported at #1 dam ...A runaway was reported on Oak Grove Rd ... A possible fire was reported at Ocoee Inn Marina ... A domestic dispute was reported on Lynn Dr ... Fireworks were reported on Ladd Springs Rd.

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