McKenzie Police Reports

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License Violation

•Shawn Tyrone Roy, 49, of Forrest Avenue, McKenzie, was charged with driving on a suspended license on February 6 at around 5:35 p.m. after he nearly caused an accident at a signaled intersection.

Officer Cody Coleman witnessed the incident and initiated a stop of Roy’s vehicle. A check of the license revealed the suspended status for failure to pay fines out of Dresden City Court on March, 2017. Mr. Roy was cited into Carroll County General Sessions Court.

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License Violation

•Paul R. Wallace, 42, of Magnolia Avenue, McKenzie, was charged with driving on a suspended license, possession of drug paraphernalia, and improper window tinting on February 4 at around 1 a.m.

Officer Dalton Raspberry stopped the vehicle because of the window tinting and discovered the suspended status due to failure to appear in Jackson City Court. Inside the vehicle was a backpack with digital scales with a crystal-like substance on it. Wallace was given 10 days to report for booking at the Carroll County Jail.

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License Violation

•Omari Levon Jones, 29, of Memphis was charged with driving on a suspended license and following too closely on February 6 at around 2:24 p.m.

Officer Cody Coleman witnessed a Ford Mustang following too closely and made the traffic stop. A check of the driver’s license revealed the suspended status for failure to appear in an Alabama courtroom. He also had a prior suspension from the state of Arkansas. Jones was cited into Carroll County General Sessions Court.

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Domestic Assault

•Carrington E. Woods, 23, of Gleason was charged with domestic assault after an incident at a fast-food business in McKenzie on the afternoon of February 6.

Officer Justin Brister was assisting Officer Cody Coleman on a traffic stop when he was advised by a motorist that a gathering of people was in a parking lot of a business on Highland. The gathering of a few males was loud and cursing. Officer Brister responded to the parking lot and was told to speak with Ms. Woods. She and Jacob Daniel Castleman, 20, of McKenzie had an altercation in the parking lot of a fast food business. She had allegedly reached into Castleman’s vehicle and a physical altercation occurred. Woods admitted to striking Castleman. After the incident, she fled on foot. The incident was captured on the fast-food business’ surveillance cameras. Officer Brister determined Woods to be the primary aggressor. She was arrested for domestic assault.

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