McKenzie Police Reports

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DUI, Leaving Scene

•Gabrielle N.  Cheatham, 19, of Lewisburg was charged with DUI and leaving the scene of an accident on January 31 shortly after midnight.

Officer Mark Boaz was called to a parking lot on Bethel’s campus, where Bethel Security was attending a driver, who had driven into a light pole on the parking lot. It was discussed that the driver also hit a sign on campus with her car. Officer Boaz administered several field sobriety tests and determined she was intoxicated. She was transported to Carroll County Jail.

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Aggravated Assault

•Steven A. Savoy, 31, of Union Church Road, McKenzie, was charged with aggravated assault and domestic assault on January 28 at 2 a.m.

Officer Trey Boucher responded to 99 Tennessee Street, where Savoy allegedly hit his brother, Michael Kirslis, with a bat on his face. Kirslis was transported by ambulance to the hospital. Warrants were filed against Savoy.

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Domestic Assault

•Ricky J. Lott, 38, of Whitleyville was charged with domestic assault on January 28 after an altercation between him and his girlfriend, Gabrielle Wood, 21, of the same address.

Officer Cody Coleman responded to Forrest Circle Trailer Park after the manager of the park phoned police to report a fight. Assistant Chief Ricky Sawyers, Lt. Ryan White, and Coleman responded to the scene. Sawyers had pulled Lott from the vehicle and Coleman handcuffed him. Lott was placed in the patrol car. Lott had cuts on his right-hand knuckles. Wood had blood on her palm and a nostril. Lott was transported to Carroll County Jail.

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•Dollar General Store of McKenzie reported a shoplifter on January 26 at 2 p.m.

Officer Darren Davis responded. The subject was described as a white female wearing a mask and carrying a backpack that was empty when she entered the store. The backpack was full when she left. The subject left in a red Ford Fusion before police arrived.

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Criminal Trespass

•Clinton Hoard, 34, of McKenzie was charged with criminal trespass on January 29 after he caused a disturbance inside the Dollar General store.

Officer Mark Boaz charged Hoard with criminal trespass because he was banned from entering the store. 

Raven Trevathan

Raven Trevathan

Administrative Assistant

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