McKenzie Police Report

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License Violation

•Jeffrey D. Page, 57, of Oak Street, McKenzie, was charged with driving on a revoked license, expired registration, and violation of financial responsibility after a traffic stop on August 22.

Officer Justin Brister saw Page swerve off the roadway before turning onto Magnolia. A check of his license revealed the revoked status. He was cited and must report to Carroll County Jail within 10 days for booking.

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Speeding, Drug Possession

•Keantos Levonte Bates, 21, of Watertown was charged with speeding and simple possession, and his passenger, Kylan Cordale Woods, 21, of Jackson was charged with simple possession after a traffic stop on August 21.

Officer Jeff Winberry stopped the vehicle for traveling 40 in a 25-mph zone. The officer detected the smell of marijuana. Both occupants denied any drugs were in the car. A search revealed a fanny pack and jar with marijuana inside. Both were cited into Carroll County General Sessions Court.

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License Violation

•Daniel Stark Johnsonius, 33, of Tennessee Street, McKenzie, was charged with driving on revoked license after a traffic stop on August 21.

Officer Trey Boucher witnessed the vehicle fail to stop at a traffic stop sign. A check of Johnsonius’ license revealed the revoked status for a DUI conviction. The car was seized and Johnsonius was cited into court.

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Domestic Assault

•Zachary English, 29, of Hamilton Street, McKenzie, was charged with domestic assault, vandalism and interfering with emergency call after he reportedly assaulted his mother on August 21 at their home.

Officer Justin Brister reported Zachery assaulted his mother, destroyed her phone so she could not phone authorities, and damaged the door to the camper where they live. Warrants were filed against Mr. English.

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Manufacturing Meth

•Jeffrey Jordan, 29, of Gleason and Rachael L. Young, 35, of Dresden were charged with drug paraphernalia and manufacturing methamphetamine on August 19.

Officer Dalton Raspberry saw Young walking her dog outside a motel. The officer knew there was an active warrant from Henry County for Young. Raspberry put the dog in the back of the patrol car and followed Young to her motel room where Jordan was asleep. The officer saw drugs and drug paraphernalia in the room. Ms. Young claimed her sister had COVID-19 and that she was not feeling well. She was cited for possession of meth with intent to resale and drug paraphernalia. Mr. Jordan was arrested on possession of meth with intent to resale, violation of parole, and drug paraphernalia.  

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