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ARRESTS


November 5 - Ralph Steven Davis, 48, McDonald, Unlawful drug paraphernalia, simple possession/casual exchange, schedule IV drug violations ... Matthew Lee Howell, 21, Cleveland, Contraband in a penal institution.

November 6 - Ron Oneal Morrison, 31, Chattanooga, Violation state probation ... Thomas Lee Prince, 19, Violation probation, burglary ... Michael Smelcer, 40, Newport, Violation community corrections ... Roger O’Dell Thomas, 27, Cosby, Robbery, theft over $500, aggravated burglary, criminal trespassing, theft over $1000 ...  Jesse Lee Watson, 24, Old Fort, Driving on revoked.

November 7 - Nora Darlene Burger, 34, Benton, Public intoxication, violation misdemeanor probation ... Henry Edward Hall, 36, Copperhill, Criminal trespassing ... Cody Dewayne Burris, 18, Benton, Contributing to the delinquency of a minor, underage consumption ... Loretta Jane Fletcher, 18, Ocoee, Underage consumption, contributing ... Zachary David Fletcher, 21, Old Fort, Contributing ... Jason David Price, 32, Old Fort, Aggravated burglary, theft over $500.

November 8 - Raymond Buron Acton, 49, Copperhill, To serve 48 hrs DUI) ... Charles Mike Kennedy, 53, Englewood, Violation probation.

November 9 - Kevin Michael Oetting, 35, Reliance, Burglary, theft over $1000, unlawful drug paraphernalia ... Joseph Blake Burris, 25, Delano, Theft over $1000, burglary (2 cts), burglary of an auto.

November 10 - Scott Eric Trammell, 40, Copperhill, Assault.

November 11 - Janet Rebecca Caldwell, 40, Georgetown, Child support ... Aaron Seth Nicholson, 27, Ducktown, Burglary, theft over $1000 ... Billy Jack Wright, Jr., 45, Copperhill, Burglary, theft over $1000 ... James Robert Mathis, 25, Turtletown, Domestic assault.


INCIDENTS


November 5 - A possible fight was reported on Hwy 314 … Reckless driving was reported on Clemmer Ferry Rd … Unruly juveniles were reported on Burgess Dr …An attempted breaking and entering was reported at the Ducktown Apartments ... A breaking and entering was reported at a residence on Brush Creek Road.

November 6 - Request to remove someone was made on Hunt Lane … A truck was reported tearing down a fence on Benton Station Rd … A suspicious vehicle was reported in Benton Station … Threats from a grandson were reported on Poplar St … Trespassers were reported in Reliance … A possible wreck with injury was reported on Reynolds Bridge Rd.

November 7 - Theft of a cell phone and assault were reported on Reynolds Bridge Rd … Proscription theft was reported on Reynolds Bridge Rd … Vandalism was reported on Old Federal Rd … A wreck was reported near Zion Valley Church … A wreck was reported at Super Saver … A structure fire was reported at Hwy 411 and Grove rd … A prowler was reported on Sloan Gap Rd … An accident was reported on Highway 64 at Mundix Bluff ... A stolen vehicle was recovered on Mount Harmony Road.

November 8 - A missing horse was reported in Greasy Creek … Vandalism to a truck was reported at th boat ramp before Mac Point … A verbal domestic was reported on Sweeny Dr … Theft of yard items was reported on Beech Springs Rd … A wreck was reported on Hwy 314 … A vehicle unlock was requested at Favorite Market … A prowler was reported on Main St … A broken window was reported at Ladd Springs and Hwy 411 … A child custody dispute was reported at the Justice Center … A dog was reported attacking another dog on Sloan Gap Rd … Theft was reported at Fred’s … Kayakers were reported in trouble on the Hiwassee … A broken water main was reported on Cookson Creek Rd … Vandalism to a car was reported on Belltown Road ... An assault was reported on Kimsey Mountain Highway

November 9 - Chemicals were reported in a home on Ladd Springs … A disturbance was reported in Benton … A missing person was reported in Ocoee … A woman was reported doing a lot of strange things in Ocoee … Harassment was reported on Spring St … A suspicious person/vehicle was reported on York Rd … Stolen chemicals were reported on Lost Creek Rd … Extra patrol was requested on Reynolds Bridge Road because vehicles were not stopping for workers … An accident was reported on Farner Mountain ... A deputy was requested to unlock a vehicle on Padgett Lane.

November 10 - Fire was reported on Benton Station Rd … A wreck with injuries was reported at Ladd Springs and Sina Branch … A vehicle was reported hitting a guard rail at Hwy 64 and Hwy 411 … Theft was reported in Old Fort … A speeder was reported on Hunt Ln … An earthquake was reported in Pinhook … A stray dog was reported on Hwy 411 … A stolen vehicle was reported at Davis Auto Sales … A vehicle was reported egged on Dentville Rd … A suspicious female was reported tripping out at McDonalds … A gas driveoff was reported at Cougar Express ... A resident of College Street in Ducktown reported receiving threats ... Trespassing was reported on Patterson Road

November 11 - A disturbance involving an 18-yr old cussing and threatening was reported on Perimeter Rd … A robbery suspect was reported on Davis Ln … Request was made to check on an individual at Bear Cove … A vehicle was reported sitting in the middle of the road facing the wrong way on Mtn View Rd … Suspicious people were reported at Mr. Zip in Delano … A family quarrel was reported on Cole Drive.

November 12 - A disturbance was reported at a residence on Main Street in Copperhill ... An accident was reported on Highway 64 at the 15mph Curve ... An accident was reported on Highway 64 at the Put In.

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