Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

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Theft

•Deputies are looking into the recent theft of firearms from a Huntingdon residence.

Iayia Yarbrough told deputies on Sept. 11 that two firearms had been stolen from her home at 100 Yarbro Lane. The stolen items were described as a silver .380 Cobra revolver valued at $400 and a black .22 Walter handgun with roses engraved on it valued at $350. Yarbrough said she last saw these items two to three weeks ago.

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Drugs Found

•Deputies recently found narcotics at a Lavinia residence.

According to the report by Deputy Dennis Adkins, deputies responded to 3650 Spring Creek Road after receiving a call about loud music. Adkins noted that he was aware that Jeremy Lindely, who is believed to be living in a camper at this address, had an active warrant out of Gibson County. As they were pulling into the driveway, deputies observed multiple people fleeing the camper. As deputies were clearing the camper, they saw approximately one gram of methamphetamine, three glass pipes, and digital scales out in plain sight. A large sum of cash was also found in a make-up bag. Deputies took the narcotics as evidence but left the cash because it could not be tied directly to the drugs.

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Theft

•Money was recently reported as being stolen from a vehicle in Cedar Grove.

Chad Melton told deputies on Sept. 12 that someone took $50 in cash from his vehicle that was parked in his driveway at 392 Howley Lane. Melton said the theft took place sometime on Sept. 11 or earlier that day on Sept. 12.

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Burglary

•Deputies are investigating a recent burglary at a Trezevant residence.

Ashlyn Curry told deputies on Sept. 12 that someone entered her home at 40 Walker Street and stole a window unit and a weight lifting bench. She said entry was made through a dog access door at the back of the house. A burglary was reported at this same address back in August.

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Burglary

•Two firearms were recently stolen during the burglary of a home near Huntingdon.

Valerie Spaht of Trezevant told deputies on Sept. 12 that someone had broken into a residence at 139 County Farm Road, forcing entry through the front door and rummaging through the house. Two antique handguns – a .22 revolver valued at $400 and a .44 black powder pistol valued at $500 – were reported as being stolen.

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Theft

•A four-wheeler was recently reported as being stolen and then abandoned in Bruceton.

Cory Howard told deputies on Sept. 12 that someone took his 2017 Polaris Sportsman 570 from where he had left it about 300 feet from a residence on Broad Street and then left it sitting in a parking lot across the street. Howard said the four-wheeler was taken some time between 5:30 p.m. on Sept. 11 and 6 a.m. on Sept. 12. Howard also said the key was missing from the ignition, and he found an unknown milky substance in the fuel tank.

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Criminal Trespassing

•Gregory Mikel Williams, 33, of Huntingdon was charged with criminal trespassing on Sept. 6.

According to the report by Deputy Michael Taylor, Williams had been advised to leave the residence at 3785 Northwood Drive because he was not on the rental agreement with the owners and the lawful renter had moved out a month earlier. Williams refused to leave, and the owners told him that if he wasn’t out by Sept. 6, he would be charged with criminal trespassing. William was still on the premises on Sept. 6, and after he unsuccessfully tried to get relatives to come pick him up, he was placed under arrest with a $250 bond.

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Theft

•Items were recently reported as being stolen from private property in Cedar Grove.

James McHarrey told deputies on Sept. 14 that a 1992 Yamaha jet ski valued at $1,000 and a Campbell Hausefield sand blaster valued at $300 had been taken from his shed at 7745 Terry Road. On Sept. 17, McHarrey reported that his Husqvarna brush hog valued at $800 had also been taken from his property.

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Warrants Filed

•Warrants for driving on a revoked license (fifth offense), reckless driving, evading arrest, speeding, and failure to exercise due care were recently filed against Bobby Eugene Cooper-Turnbull, 29, of Nunnelly.

According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he pulled over two vehicles, one driven by Cooper-Turnbull, on Sept. 14 after observing Cooper-Turnbull following too closely behind the other vehicle. While Scott was speaking with the driver of the other vehicle, Cooper-Turnbull drove away, heading toward Camden on Highway 70. Scott pursued the vehicle, but terminated the pursuit inside the Camden city limits. A computer check identified Cooper-Turnbull as the owner of the vehicle and showed that his license was revoked at the time of the incident.

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License, Drug Violations

•Joshua Allen Dailey, 31, of 55 Crooked Street, Trezevant, was charged with driving on a revoked license (second offense), possession of methamphetamine, and possession of drug paraphernalia during a Sept. 15 traffic stop in Trezevant.

According to the report by Deputy Cody Walker, he pulled over a vehicle driven by Dailey because he had prior knowledge that Dailey’s license was revoked. When asked if he had any drugs in the vehicle, Dailey told Walker that he had a “rig” in the middle console. While searching the vehicle, Walker found a needle containing a substance that field-tested positive for meth.

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Vehicle Theft

•Deputies are investigating the recent theft of a vehicle.

According to the report by Deputy Tony King, he went to Hebron Methodist Church on Hebron Church Road after receiving a call about a stolen vehicle on Sept. 15. At the church, King met and spoke with Daniel Christian of Southhaven, Mississippi. Christian told King that he had come from Southhaven to pick up Tabitha Moffat in New Johnsonville, and on the way back, Moffat had Christian take her to the church to meet with a man named Brandon so she could retrieve personal items, including a gun. Christian said that Brandon made verbal threats against him and told him he was taking his car. According to Christian, Brandon took his tan 2006 Nissan Altima, and Moffat willingly left with other people in a gray Chrysler 300, leaving Christian at the church.

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License, Registration Violations

•Mark Richard Capparros, 62, of 20 Duncan Street, Hollow Rock, was charged with driving on a revoked license, violation of registration law, and violation of financial responsibility during a Sept. 17 traffic stop in Hollow Rock.

Deputy Steven Scott reported that he pulled over a vehicle driven by Capparros because the registration on the vehicle was suspended. A computer check confirmed that Capparros’s license was revoked for a prior DUI conviction.

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License Violation

•James Alan Ethridge, 25, of 3400 Old Stage Road, Huntingdon, was cited for driving on a suspended license (third offense) during a Sept. 17 traffic stop on Ledsinger Road.

According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he pulled over a vehicle driven by Ethridge for a registration violation. A computer check showed that Ethridge’s license was suspended with two prior convictions for the same offense.

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