McKenzie Police Reports

Evading Arrest

Quincy Diangelo Johnson, 24, of Walnut Circle, McKenzie, was charged with evading arrest on December 30 at 3:30 a.m.

Officer Mark Boaz reported he clocked Johnson’s vehicle at 66 in a 45 mph zone. Boaz gave pursuit, however, Johnson did not stop and attempted to evade MPD. Boaz said he located the vehicle on Walnut Circle, and the driver and Boaz both exited their vehicles at the same time. Johnson said he thought Boaz was pursuing someone else. Johnson was charged with felony evading and speeding.

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Athena Stafford, 31, of Forrest Circle reported her backpack with her credit cards was stolen on the night of January 1 from her residence. Officer Jeremiah Brooks took the report for investigation.

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Vandalism, Trespassing

•Officer Trey Boucher took a report about vandalism to a restroom at the barn in McKenzie City Park on December 28.

According to the report, someone forcibly entered the restroom. No damage was done to the interior and nothing was stolen. Officers added extra patrol to the area.

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Violation of Probation

•Ahmayl Carver, 39, of Forrest Circle, McKenzie, was arrested on an outstanding warrant from Lexington.

MPD Officer Kyle Beauchamp watched traffic entering and exiting the mobile home park on January 2 after the department received a tip that Carver would be at the park. Beauchamp positively identified Carver, who was seated in the back seat of a car. Carver was arrested without incident.

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Shoplifting, Meth

•Destiny D. Jones, 31, of Lexington was charged with shoplifting and drug charges after she was suspected of shoplifting at Dollar General on January 3.

Officer Kyle Beauchamp reported MPD received a call from the store manager stating she was following a white female into the ditch on Clark Street. The suspect was stopped and she turned over items taken from the store to officers Beauchamp and Chance Townes. When she dumped her purse for inspection of the contents, a search of her possessions revealed four syringes, a crystal-like substance, marijuana, and drug paraphernalia. Stolen items included earbuds, packages of markers and ink pens, coloring books, and several small items totaling approximately $30.

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Burglary, Vandalism

•Kristi L. Cerk, 34, of McKenzie Inn, apartment 138, was charged with burglary and vandalism on January 3 after she was found in Room 109, where she does not live.

Officer Dalton Raspberry reported Cerk claimed she entered the room to find anything a previous renter might have left behind. She had broken the door between rooms 109 and 110 and was crawling under the door as Raspberry entered. She was charged with two counts of burglary, vandalism and transported to Carroll County Jail.

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Public Intoxication

•Andres P. Santana, 32, of McKenzie was charged with public intoxication on December 29 after he allegedly beat on the door of a house on Manley Street and the homeowner asked Santana to leave. Officer Jeremiah Brooks arrested Santana for public intoxication.

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