- Markus L. Sneed, 38 out of McKenzie, was charged with public intoxication and resisting arrest on September 5th.
Around 7:40 p.m., Deputy Cody Coleman along with other deputies were in the Walnut Circle Area trying to serve a warrant. During that time one of the deputies noticed Markus Sneed walking out of an apartment building and believed that he had an open warrant out for his arrest. Dispatch confirmed over the deputies’ radio that Mr. Sneed did have an active warrant. The deputies attempted to apprehend Mr. Sneed, who began to flee on foot. Deputy Hamilton cut him off and forced him to the ground. Mr. Sneed continued to resist arrest and gave the deputies a hard time. Once Mr. Sneed was in the patrol unit, he admitted to smoking meth 4 to 5 hours prior to his arrest. He was transported the Carroll County jail and charged with resisting arrest and public intoxication.
- On September 6th around 4:22 a.m., Mr. Lawrence Vetrone called the Carroll County Sherriff’s Department after he went outside and noticed his truck had been vandalized. Upon the Deputies arrival to the residence out on Roundhouse Road, Mr. Vetrone met the deputies’ out at his truck. The back window had been shattered and both front and rear tires were flattened, along with scratch marks all along the passenger side of the truck. Mr. Vetrone stated that in the last month, he has had a problem with two individuals and did have a female, Makayla Buchanan, that used to live with him until he made her leave because she was causing problems. Mr. vetrone valued the damage to be a total of $2,600. This is still an open investigation
- On September 4th, Tommy Bland, 52 out of Medina contacted the Carroll County Sherriff’s Dispatch about his RV being burnt at an address in the Atwood area.
On September 7th, Deputy Michael Sevarns contacted Mr. Bland and the deputy was informed that Mr. Bland’s wife, Jennifer Bland, has an active claim on the RV for fire damage. The deputy spoke with an agent from the Farm Bureaus on the claim for the RV. The agent stated that Mrs. Bland filed a claim on September 3rd . The agent is going to contact their companies Arson Investigator to check the RV out. The case is still open.
- Alexis Chance Strbac, 36 out of McKenzie, was placed under arrest for driving with a suspended drivers license: fourth offense on September 6th near Veterans Drive.
Deputy Cody Coleman initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle for expired registration tags in Huntingdon. Upon contact with the driver, she was identified as Alexis Srtbac. A check of her driver’s license showed that it was currently suspended for driving while suspended. Srtbac does has three priors to driving on suspended or revoked. Deputy Coleman placed her under arrest and the date for her license to be reinstated is unknown at this time.
- Gary Kevin Webb, 50 off HWY 70 East of Jackson was charged with public intoxication in Carroll County on September 9th.
Deputy Jeff Winberry responded to a crash near Aldridge Lane and Woodhill Road. Dispatch advised the deputies of a gentleman leaving the scene and walking down HWY 70. The subject did have a baseball bat in his hands, the deputy advised him to get rid of the bat, which he did. Deputy Winberry tried to conversate with the subject who identified as Gary Webb but was unable to keep a conversation going. Mr. Webb continued to walk off, Deputy Townes pulled onto the scene, and placed Mr. Webb under arrest and transported him to the Carroll County Jail.