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ARRESTS


November 12 - Joshua Beau Jeffrey Bloomer, 23, Cleveland, Simple possession marijuana, casual exchange of marijuana to a minor (2 cts) ... Anthony Dewayne Hunt, 20, Cleveland, Simple posession/casual exchange (3 cts) ... Kevin Conaway Ledford, 40, Copperhill, Public intoxication.

November 13 - Sebastian K. Hawkins, 20, Violation misdemeanor probation ... Terry L. Gaddis, 53, Turtletown, Driving on revoked (serving 48 hours).

November 14 - Tanika Nicole Beck, 20, Cleveland, Failure to appear.

November 15 - Kenneth Dale Allen, 64, Turtletown, Theft of services (criminal summons).

November 16 - Erica Shae Howe, 23, Cleveland, Violation probation ... Jacob A. Hamp, 23, Cleveland, Driving on suspended license ... Brian Keith Mangrum, 47, Delano, Violation state probation.

November 18 - Jonathan Paul Carroll, 28, Reliance, Failure to appear ... Brad Dale Stamey, 35, Schedule III drug violations, driving on revoked ... Asa Dwayne Flowers, 34, Benton, Domestic assault, schedule III drug violations, simple possession schedule III, possession drug paraphernalia.


INCIDENTS


November 12 - A wreck was reported in Old Fort ... A wreck was reported in Delano ... A prowler was reported at J&B Discount ... An abandoned truck was reported blocking the road in Grassy Creek.

November 13 - Gas was reported stolen from a truck at Springtown Firehall ... Gunshots were reported on Tree Frog Ln ... A domestic dispute was reported in Ocoee ... An unruly juvenile was reported in Old Fort ... A suspicious person was reported on Swan Rd.

November 14 - A burglary was reported on Herring Drive ... A possible drunk driver was reported in Ducktown.

November 15 - A wreck was reported in Delano ... A vehicle was reported hitting a deer in Delano ... An attempted breaking and entering was reported at Nicholson’s Hardware ... An argument was reported on Ocoee Street in Copperhill ... Vandalism to a vehicle was reported at Cougar Express ... A fight was reported on Belltown Hill Road.

November 16 - A stolen vehicle was reported in Benton ... A stolen vehicle was reported in Ocoee ... DUI was reported on Hwy 64 ... DUI was reported at Chestnut Hills ... Livestock was reported din the road at Oak Grove and Camp Agape ... Dogs were reported barking all the time on Ladd Springs Rd ... An abandoned vehicle was reported at Dollar General in Ocoee ... A hit and run was reported on Boanerges Church Rd ... A disturbance was reported at the courthouse ... A suspicious person was reported on Cook Ln ... Suspicious people were reported on Boyd Rd ... A disturbance was reported on Waters Street.

November 17 - A dog was reported tied up with no shelter on Briarwood Ln ... A brush fire was reported on Columbus Rd ... A stop sign was reported down at Ladd Springs and Ball Play ... A vehicle was reported parked at a vacant house on Shiloh Church Rd ... Breaking and entering was reported at a storage unit in Benton ... A missing person was reported possibly seen on Chilhowee ... A piece of the dock was reported floating in Parksville Lake ... A vehicle was reported hitting a deer on Baker Bridge Rd ... A deer was reported in the roadway on Hwy 411 ... Suspicious males were reported in Ocoee ... A man reported neighbors putting chemicals into the air and turning off his heat in Old Fort ... Theft of a gun was reported by a residence on Adams Lane ... An accident was reported on Stansbury Mountain Road ... A suspicious person was reported hanging around the gas pump at Nicholsons.

November 18 - A deputy was requested to unlock a vehicle at the Piggly Wiggly ... A wreck was reported on Hwy 64 ... A possible overdose was reported in Benton ... An unruly person was reported on Sweeny Dr ... A water leak was reported on Hwy 411 ... A truck was reported driving up the railroad tracks toward Patty Rd ... Vandalism was reported on Highwater Dr ... A wreck was reported ay Hwy 411 and Hwy 314 ... Mailbox vandalism was reported on Old Federal Rd ... A truck was reported parked in the roadway on Old Federal ... A stranded motorist with a flat tire and a small child was reported on Hwy 411N in Benton ... Assault was reported at Kangaroo in Ocoee ... A domestic dispute was reported in Delano.

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