•Adrian Nesbitt of Linden Street, McKenzie, was charged with evading arrest, possession of schedule IV and VI with intent to deliver, resell on August 25.
According to Officer Dalton Raspberry’s report, he and Sgt. Beauchamp and Patrolman Brooks observed Nesbitt outside a residence where they had an active arrest warrant. When officers attempted contact with Nesbitt, he fled on foot. He was located nearby in some bushes. The officers found three small bags of a loose green substance, 58 Alprazolam tablets, and two Hydrocodone tablets. Nesbitt’s phone was seized and he was arrested and placed under a $7,500 bond.
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Driving on Revoked
•James C. Smith, 44, of Euclid Avenue, McKenzie, was charged with driving on a revoked license after his car was stopped for speeding on August 24.
Officer Dalton Raspberry clocked the automobile at 35 in a 25 mph zone. Smith was charged with driving on revoked-first offense, speeding, and violation of financial responsibility and cited to report to Carroll County Jail for booking.
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Sex Offender Violation
•Michael Roney, 34, of White Clay Road, Sharon, was spotted while parked in front of the former Not Hig’s restaurant on Highway 22 by a passing TBI agent.
Roney had outstanding warrants in Weakley County. MPD Officer Kyle Beauchamp investigated, took Roney into custody for felony charges in Weakley County, including violation of sex offender registry. Roney exhibited medical problems, mumbled, and rolled on the ground. He was transported by EMS to Baptist Hospital-Carroll County and later transferred to Jackson-Madison County Hospital.
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Failure to Appear
•Amanda Farlow, 33, of Walnut Circle, McKenzie, was charged with failure to appear on an active warrant after MPD received a complaint about her in her neighborhood.
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•Three persons were charged following an altercation in the parking lot of a local business on August 25.
Officer Jeremiah Brooks was dispatched to the Cedar Street address, where two women were reportedly in a knife fight. Brooks found Angela Rene Byers, 41, of Highland Drive, McKenzie, and Sylvia L. Haberland of Highland Drive, McKenzie, in a verbal dispute. The officer interviewed witnesses and never determined Haberland’s knife was for aggression or self-defense. The knife was seized and both were cited for disorderly conduct. Haberland’s son, Charges Haberland, 28, Dunlap Street, Paris, was determined to have an active warrant for violation of protection. He was taken into custody.
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Theft of Fuel
•Pockets convenience store reported a gas drive-off on August 24.
The driver of the blue F-150 stuck a credit card into the card reader but not long enough for it to register. The driver did not pay for $25 worth of fuel.