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ARRESTS


January 7 - Joshua Alvin Castillo, 29, Winchester, Revocation of community corrections ... Randy Hugh Clark, 27, Beldevere, Revocation community corrections ... Jessica Nicole Davis, 29, Murfreesboro, Revocation community corrections ... Shannon Rene Hyre, 44, Hamilton, AL, Violation state probation ... Zachary Todd Russell, 27, Belvider, Revocation community corrections ... Jessica Marline Sanchez, 26, Winchester, Revocation community corrections ... Crystal Marie Burns, 24, Benton, Failure to appear ... Jeremy S. Jones, 35, Old Fort, Domestic assault ... Willa Jane Woodby, 49, Copperhill, Reckless endangerment.

January 8 - Tanika Nicole Beck, Cleveland, Theft over $1000, Violation misdemeanor probation, aggravated burglary ... Sampson Nathaniel Smith, 19, Old Fort, Criminal trespassing, aggravated burglary, theft under $500, theft over $1000, vandalism ... Destin Briar Burrell, 21, Old Fort, Theft under $500, vandalism, criminal trespassing ...  Patrick Glenn Neely, 38, Cleveland, Failure to appear ... Matthew Dillon Triplett, 18, Old Fort, Public intoxication.

January 9 - James Richard Nation, 35, Demorest, GA, Possession schedule IV (diazepam), unlawful paraphernalia, possession legend drug without prescription ...  Jeremy Lamar Shoemaker, 40, Old Fort, Violation state parole.

January 11 - Harold M. Catlett, 43, Cleveland, Driving on revoked ... Steven Gene Cox, 40, Mineral Bluff, GA, Violation state probation ... Shelley Lucille Richesin, 49, Ocoee, Aggravated assault ... Danny Joe Lynn Burgess, 24, Old Fort, Driving on suspended ... Ashley Nichole Teems, 21, Turtletown, Manufacture schedule IV ... Christopher Allen Zipperer, 46, Cleveland, sale/delivery schedule II.

January 12 - Ross Newman Shelton, 50, Cleveland, Possession schedule IV, DUI, simple possession, drug paraphernalia, driving while revoked, unlawful possession of a weapon ... Daniel Ray Buckner, 39, Etowah, DUI ... Dustin Tyler Catlett, 29, Charleston, Failure to appear ... Anthony Scott Roberts, 36, Charleston, Violation probation, failure to appear ... Kathryn Louise Martin, 53, Old Fort, Possession schedule II, drug paraphernalia.

January 13 - Jonathan Tyler Jones, 24, Calhoun, DUI ... Robert Joe Moore, 25, Etowah, Driving on revoked, speeding, DUI 2nd offense, open container.


INCIDENTS


January 7 - A structure fire was reported on Prince St ... A structure fire was reported on Arkansas Ln ... Theft was reported on Cook Ln ... A domestic dispute was reported on Sand Mtn Rd ... Hit and run was reported at Dollar General in Ocoee ... A man reported being almost hit by a car in Delano.

January 8 - A lost hiker was reported on Iron Mtn Trail. He was found ... A suspicious vehicle was reported at Tennga Exxon after hours ... An unwanted person was reported on Boanerges Church Rd ... Theft was reported on Ladd Springs Rd.

January 9 - Prowlers were reported on Hooker Rd ... A wreck was reported on Ladd Springs Rd ... A wreck was reported on Parksville Rd ... Prowlers were reported near an outbuilding on Hooker Rd ...  A theft was reported by a resident on Stansbury Mountain Road ... A deputy was requested to deal with an unruly guest at the Ducktown Copper Inn ... A possible drunk driver was reported on Waters Street in Copperhill ... A deputy was requested to deal with an unruly juvenile on Bethlehem Road.

January 10 - A property dispute was reported in Delano ... A dispute over a vehicle was reported on Boyles Ln ... A domestic dispute was reported on McClure Rd ... A stolen vehicle was reported on Oak Grove Rd ... DUI was reported in Tennga ... DUI was reported on Hwy 411S ... A stolen vehicle was reported on Mt. Vista Road ... Trees were reported down on power lines on Runion Road ... A deputy was requested to check on the welfare of a resident on Highway 68.

January 11 - A wreck was reported at Pinhook and Athens Rd. A resident reported hearing a loud noise and finding a vehicle with airbags deployed in the woods ... A fight was reported on Casson Rd ... An unwanted person was reported in Ducktown ... A wreck was reported on Oak Grove Rd ... A stolen truck was reported in Delano ... Boys Scouts reported being unable to get in a locked gate at Gee Creek ... Gravel was reported spilled on Old Federal Rd ... A suspicious van was reported in Ocoee. It was spray painted with the words “free candy” and may have had bullet holes in it ... A tree was reported down north of Hiwassee Ln ... A vehicle unlock was requested at Dollar General ... A drunk man was reported walking on Hwy 64 ... Reckless driving was reported on Hwy 411S ... A woman reported her dog going onto the neighbor’s property and him not giving it back. He claimed it was his dog ... A child custody dispute was reported in Benton ... A tree was reported down on Highway 64 east of the Ocoee Whitewater Center ... A deputy was requested to help with an unruly juvenile on Bethlehem Road ... A theft was reported from a residence on Airport Road.

January 12 - Suspicious activity was reported on Hildabrand Rd ... A wreck was reported on Hwy 64 ... A loud muffler and noises were reported on Kimsey Mtn Hwy ... A stray dog was reported in Benton ... Theft of checks was reported on Hwy 411 ... Computer hacking was reported in Old Fort ... Violation of a protection order was reported by a resident on Main Street ... An accident was reported on Highway 64 at the Stick Dam.

January 13 - A tree was reported down on Upper River Rd ... A tree was reported down on Hwy 64 near Parksville beach ... A goat was reported on a neighbor’s property where there was a restraining order ... A vehicle unlock was requested at Dollar General in Ocoee ... Dogs were reported barking on Boanerges Church Rd ... 4wheelers were reported trespassing in Delano ... Possible DUI was reported at Hwy 314 ... Vehicles were reported blocking the road on Airport Road ... A resident on Pinecrest Drive reported receiving threatening texts ... Vandalism to a mailbox was reported on Postelle Road.

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