Carroll County Sheriff’s Reports

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Goat Killed by Dog

•Deputy Ryan Hamilton responded to an animal call on Boyd Lane on Oct. 1.

According to Hamilton’s report, he went to 53 Boyd Lane and spoke with Jennifer McBride, who said that the dog belonging to her neighbor, Scott Webb, had killed a goat on her property. McBride said the goat was her son’s school project as part of Future Farmers of America (FFA). She said she would not press charges if Webb agreed to pay her $200 in restitution for the goat, and Webb said he would pay the restitution. Hamilton advised Webb that if he failed to pay the restitution by Oct. 10, he would be cited for dogs at large.

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Simple Assault

•Joseph Douglas Dixon, 34, of 294 Lakewood Lake Lane, Huntingdon, was charged with simple assault following an Aug. 26 incident at his residence.

According to the report by Deputy Steven Scott, he responded to 294 Lakewood Lake Lane and spoke with Gabrielle Bell, who said that her boyfriend (Dixon) had called the police on her because she was trying to leave. She also said Dixon held her on the bed against her will and hit her on the hand and face. Scott knocked on the door, but Dixon would not open the door. Bell left the residence to stay at a friend’s house, but shortly thereafter, she called the Sheriff’s Department reporting that Dixon was threatening to kill her when he found her.

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Theft, Vandalism

•The Sheriff’s Department is investigating the recent theft from and vandalism of a vehicle near Huntingdon.

Leslee Greenwall told deputies on Aug. 30 that sometime during the past three months someone took items from her 2000 Ford 250 while it was parked at 225 Dunn Road. She also said the vehicle’s side window was busted out and the seat was cut. Items reported as stolen included a battery valued at $200, a red Craftsman pressure washer valued at $100, an HP laptop valued at $100, and a Galaxy 9 cell phone valued at $100.

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Destruction of Property

•Deputies are looking into the recent destruction of property in Westport.

David Walker told deputies on Aug. 29 that someone had either broken into or attempted to break into his home at 5405 Westport Road. Walker said the front door had been destroyed and the doorframe had been damaged. The damage was estimated at $600.

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Accident, License Violation

•Charlie Anthony Davis Jr., 25, of 3600 Highway 79, Atwood, was charged following an Aug. 29 traffic accident in McKenzie.

According to the report by Christopher Adams, he passed a blue and white motorcycle driven by Davis at the corner of Highway 79 and Winston Road. Adams noted that the motorcycle did not have a visible tag, and when he turned around to follow the motorcycle, it turned across Highway 79 onto Sydnor Road. Davis lost control of the motorcycle at the corner of Sydnor and Cherrywood Roads. A computer check showed that Davis’ license was suspended. Davis was unable to provide proof of ownership of the motorcycle, and ownership could not be confirmed through a check of the motorcycle’s VIN number.

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Burglary

•Deputies are investigating the recent burglary of a residence in Westport.

James McMinn told deputies on Aug. 27 that someone broke into his home at 258 Griggs Trail Lane by busting out a window. Reported as stolen were a 60-inch Vizio TV valued at $600, a coffee can containing $500 in coins, and a gallon water jug containing $200 in pennies. Damage to the window was estimated at $400.

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