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Multiple Charges

•Tracy Carzell Taylor, 50, of 50 Farris Carter Road, Atwood, was charged with possession of a schedule II drug with intent, simple possession of schedule VI, and driving on a revoked license following an Aug. 7 traffic accident in the Cedar Grove area.

According to the report by Deputy Cody Walker, he responded to a wreck on Terry Road, along with Trooper Jordan with the Tennessee Highway Patrol. Upon arrival, Walker found Taylor standing beside a white sedan. Walker observed that Taylor kept reaching in his pockets, and Trooper Jordan detected the odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. Two bags of a substance believed to be marijuana, a glass vile containing a substance believed to be methamphetamine, and a set of digital scales were found on Taylor’s person. A zip lock bag containing a substance that field-tested positive for meth was found on the ground near the vehicle. A computer check showed that Taylor’s license was revoked. Taylor was transported to the Carroll County Jail for booking, and his vehicle was towed from the scene.

Break-In Attempt

•Deputies are investigating a recent attempted break-in at a convenience store in Atwood.

According to the report by Deputy Jason Walker, he responded to an alarm at Atwood Oasis at around 1:30 a.m. on Aug. 10, but he did not find anyone at the scene or evidence of suspicious activity at the time. At 5:30 a.m., a store employee called the Sheriff’s Department and reported that someone did try to break in the store and that the lock on the front door was broken. Surveillance video showed two people trying to break into the store.


•Deputies are looking into the recent vandalism of a vehicle near Bruceton.

Deon Douglass contacted the Sheriff’s Department on Aug. 11 and reported that someone had vandalized her car at her residence on Mr. Pleasant Church Road, causing damage to driver’s side rear, including a broken taillight. It was also reported that an insulting word had been written in the condensation on the driver’s side window. Douglas said that she did not know exactly when the vandalism occurred because she had been away in Nashville over the weekend and did not notice the damage until Monday, Aug. 10.

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