Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

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Vandalism

•Deputies are looking into a possible case of vandalism in Huntingdon.

Nikko Willis told deputies on Aug. 25 that someone has tampered with her vehicle and with the deadbolt lock on the front door of her home on Blue Bird Lane. She also said that a lockbox containing personal documents has come up missing from her residence. She said she believes her ex-husband is responsible but could offer no proof of that. Willis has an order of protection against her ex-husband.

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Harassment

•Stephen Ranzo Hames, 28, of 70 Atwood Street, Trezevant, was charged with harassment on Aug. 24.

According to the report by Deputy Scotty Davis, Hames harassed his ex-wife by calling her and texting her after Deputy Michael Smith told Hames not to have any contact with her.

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Warrant

•A warrant has been filed against Adam Stanley Young, 38, of 7510 Highway 104, Cedar Grove, for allegedly stealing gas from a local business.

According to the report by Deputy Frank McGee, he went to a convenience store in Leach on Aug. 22 after receiving a call about a gas drive-off. Through video surveillance and further investigations, McGee identified the person responsible as Young. McGee sent a message to Young to come to that business and pay for the gas, but Young did not take care of the matter for five days. After finding out where Young was staying, McGee went to that address. McGee saw Young on the front porch when he drove up, but Young immediately went inside the residence and would not come to the door. McGee then filed a warrant against Young.

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