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January 21 - Brian Durane Kirkland, 34, Sweetwater, DUI 2nd offense ... David Geoffrey Danley, 35, Benton, Cruelty to animals (3 cts) ... Sandra Gail McDaniel, 61, Cleveland, DUI ... Bradley E. Snyder, 32, Sweetwater, DUI.

January 22 - Julie Ann Clark, 36, Maryville, Contraband in penal institution,  violation probation ... Bridgette Lynn Lindsey, 42, Maryville, Escape, state violation probation ... Tammy Ann Johnson, 46, Benton, DUI ... Ruby Lee Wright, 41, Turtletown, Theft under $500.

January 23 - Mary E. Mullenix, 29, Old Fort, sale/delivery schedule III drug, sale/delivery schedule II drug ... Corey Nicole Yahnert, 22, Copperhill, iolation state probation ... Henry K. Davis, 58, Cleveland, Sexual battery by authority figure ... Paul E. Gribble, 44, Turtletown, Public intoxication, resisting, indecent exposure ... Billy Joe Williams, 27, Old Fort, Failure to appear ... Paul Brian Wooten, 35, Turtletown, Domestic assault, joyriding.

January 24 - Terra Suzanne Allison, 21, Cleveland, Criminal Conspiracy, sale/delivery schedule IV ...  Phillip Matthew Hamby, 27, Turtletown, manufacturing schedule VI.

January 25 - Patti Dawn King, 38, Rossville GA, Violation probation ... Carl Edward Raper, 56, Tellico, here for court only ... Joseph Jude Butler, Jr., 27, Copperhill, Rape ... Christy Lashontae Dillingham, 26, Benton, Capias bench warrant sale/delivery schedule II ... Daniel Wayne Rymer, 23, Ocoee, Serving 48 hrs (DUI).

January 26 - Delores Ann Baxter, 55, Dalton GA, Criminal conspiracy, sale/delivery schedule IV.


January 21 - Vandalism was reported at Crestlawn Cemetery ... A deputy was requested to assist a driver who had locked keys in a vehicle at BB&T

January 22 - Wood was reported being cut from the wrong person’s property in Greasy Creek ... S shoplifter was reported at Family Dollar ... A cow was reported in the road at Stone and Seven Arrows.

January 23 - Theft was reported on Bates Pike ... A deputy was requested to assist with an unruly juvenile on Bethlehem Road ... A deputy was requested to unlock a vehicle at the Ocoee Chevron ... Public Urination was reported at the gas pumps at the Kangaroo in Ducktown ... A fight was reported on Golf Course Road.

January 24 - Theft was reported on Ridge Rd ... A prowler was reported on Amber Ln ... A resident at Chilhowee Apartments reported a child tlling her someone was fighting in a nearby apartment ... Threats were reported on Mtn View Rd ... A resident on Golf Course Road reported someone banging on the windows and door of her home ... An accident with injuries was reported on Highway 64 above the #2 Powerhouse ... A breaking and entering was reported on Lakeview Drive ... Neighbors complained of dogs running loose on Stansbury Mountain Road ... Dogs chasing cars were reported on Roper Road ... An accident was reported on Golf Course Road.

January 25 - Kids were reported on bikes after 1 a.m. in Old Fort ... A Prowler was reported on Jade Lane ... A stolen vehicle was reported by a resident on Newman Drive ... A reckless driver was reported at the Farner Dumpsters ... A vehicle was reported blocking Highway 68 one mile north of the Hiwassee River Bridge ... A possible drunk driver was reported on Highway 64 at Stansbury Mountain Road.

January 26 - Theft was reported on Crowe Hill Circle. A wallet, belt buckles, glasses, jewelry, and cell phone were taken ... 4wheelers were reported riding on Stump Street at midnight ...  A neighbor was reported yelling in Reliance ... Threats were reported in Benton ... A wreck was reported on Frog Hollow Rd ... A domestic dispute was reported in Ocoee ... A deputy was requested to remove an unwanted person from a residence on Smith Road.

January 27 - A runaway child was reported in Benton ...  Help retrieving property was requested on Hwy 411 ... Backup was requested by McMinn County on Hwy 411 ... Request to remove someone was made at Walnut Creek ... A man was reported driving past a home yelling and screaming while the homeowner was outside getting wood in Greasy Creek ... An argument between two men was reported at BP ... A 4wheeler was reported in the parking lot at Benton Elderly Housing ... Shots were reported fired on Old Federal Rd ... A loose dog was reported on Seay Dr ... A tree was reported blocking Highway 69 at the Hiwassee River Bridge ... A theft was reported on Belltown Hill Road.

January 28 - A brush fire was reported on Parks Drive ... The theft of auto parts was reported from the Student Auto Shop at Copper Basin High School ... A deputy was requested to help with two reportedly homeless children at a residences on Staffordtown Road.

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