Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

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DUI, Drugs, Firearm

•Casey Wayne Toombs, 41, of 14051 Highway 79 South, McKenzie, was charged with DUI (first offense), possession of schedule 3, possession of a handgun while intoxicated, and violation of implied consent during a March 13 traffic stop near McKenzie.

According to the report by Deputy Ryan Hamilton, he pulled over a white Ford F250 driven by Toombs on Arnold Road after receiving a call about a reckless driver and observing the vehicle traveling at a high rate of speed. After coming to a stop, Toombs immediately got out of the truck, refused Hamilton’s request to get back in the truck and become confrontational, belligerent, and aggressive with deputies. Hamilton noted that he could smell the odor of alcohol coming from Toombs. Toombs also refused to provide deputies with a driver’s license or submit to field sobriety, blood, or breath tests. When deputy’s asked permission to search the vehicle, Toombs consented and said he did have a pistol in the truck. While searching the vehicle, deputies found a loaded Glock 43 nine-millimeter pistol, and two suboxone strips were found on Toombs’ person.

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Assault, Burglary

•Bobby Joe Donald Bolin, 40, of 95 Francis Street, Atwood, was charged with domestic assault and aggravated burglary following a March 14 incident at a Trezevant residence.

According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he responded to a call about a domestic incident in progress at a residence on Yates Street. Upon arrival, Scott spoke with Bolin and his niece. The niece said that Bolin had kicked in her front door, grabbed her fiancé, and dragged him outside, and when she tried to intervene, Bolin shoved her to the ground.

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Drug, License Violations

•Lonnie Wells Winsett, 29, of Paris was charged with drug possession and driving on a revoked license (third offense) during a March 16 traffic stop in Hollow Rock.

Deputy Tony King reported that he pulled over a white 2017 Nissan Sentra driven by Winsett for non-functioning taillights. A computer check showed that Winsett’s license was revoked. Approximately .53 grams of a crystal-like substance, two syringes, and a set of digital scales were found in Winsett’s possession.

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Drug Charges

•Lauren Brooke Rich, 30, of 120 Bridgeman Street, Lot #33, Huntingdon, was charged with drug possession on March 16 at her home.

According to the report by Deputy Jackie Wallace, deputies conducted a warranted search of Rich’s residence in regards to an identity theft investigation and found 12 grams of a substance that field-tested positive for methamphetamine, a jar containing a small amount of marijuana, a bottle of miscellaneous pills, and several items of drug paraphernalia.

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Drug Possession

•Jamie Garrison, 41, of 7510 Highway 104, Cedar Grove, was cited for possession of a schedule IV drug on March 19 at a residence in the West Carroll area.

According to the report by Deputy Michael Sevarns, he responded to a call about a suspicious vehicle parked in the driveway of a residence on Wood Hill Road. Upon arrival, Sevarns found Garrrison behind the wheel of a Ford F-150. Sevarns noted that Garrison is the son of the woman who lives at that address and that he had a court order not to be on the property. Sevarns found four Xanax pills without a prescription and a small amount of marijuana in Garrison’s possession. Garrison said he was bringing the pills to his mother.

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