McKenzie Police Reports

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Assault, Vandalism

•Jerrod Sanchez Williams, 28, of Cedar Street, McKenzie, was charged with domestic assault and vandalism after an incident on September 23.

According to McKenzie Police Officer Justin Brister, Williams threatened his girlfriend and broke her cell phone in front of her children at her apartment. According to the report, Williams threatened physical harm to his girlfriend. He broke the phone and carried it with him as he left. The girlfriend went to the police station to report the incident.

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Speeding, License Violation

•Christopher Webb, 60, of Old Pisgah Road, Bruceton, was charged with speeding and driving on a suspended license after a traffic stop on Walnut Avenue on September 22.

Officer Jeff Winberry clocked Webb’s vehicle at 38 mph in a 25 mph zone. A check of Webb’s license revealed the suspended status for an incident in Bruceton and in Benton County prior to that.

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Driving on Revoked

•Glen Ray Goodrum, 58, of Buena Vista Road, Buena Vista, was charged with driving on a revoked license after a traffic stop on September 17.

Officer Kyle Beauchamp stopped Goodrum, whose SUV was pulling a trailer full of scrap metal. The trailer had no working lights. Goodrum’s license was revoked for a DUI in 2006 and a prior for driving on a revoked license in 2013. The new charge is a driving on a revoked license, third offense.

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Theft

•Nicholas Merritt Jones, 29, of West Virginia was charged with theft on September 25 after he allegedly removed food from Little General and put it in his automobile.

He was an employee of the business and reportedly had been warned about the practice. Officer Jeff Winberry charged Jones with theft of merchandise and transported him to Carroll County Jail.

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Warrants

•Daniel Stark Johnsonius, 33, of Tennessee Street, McKenzie, was released to Weakley County authorities after a status check of Johnsonius as he and two females pulled a kid’s wagon filled with construction debris at 3:54 a.m. along Tennessee Street on September 23.

Sergeant Kyle Beauchamp was patrolling in the area of McKenzie Middle School when he saw the trio in the early morning hours pulling the wagon. A computer check revealed Johnsonius was wanted on a warrant in Weakley County for failure to appear and a second warrant in Carroll County for violation of probation. Beauchamp released Johnsonius into the custody of a Weakley County officer at the former Not Hig’s Restaurant on State Route 22 South.

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Stolen Bicycle

•A Forrest Avenue resident reported the theft of a bicycle on September 21. The resident said the bicycle is valued at $200.

Domestic Assault

•William C. Milton, 61, of Booker Street, McKenzie, was charged with domestic assault after he struck his girlfriend during an argument on October 02.

Officer Trey Boucher took a report from the girlfriend, who stated Milton hit her with a closed fist on her face. The officer did observe some redness and made the mandatory arrest even though the girlfriend asked that Milton not be arrested.

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Violation of Probation

•Dillon Edward Ray Gregory, 26, of Walnut Circle, McKenzie, was charged with violation of probation and driving on a suspended license after a traffic stop on September 27.

Officer Dalton Raspberry stopped the vehicle driven by Gregory because he knew the status of his license. A computer check revealed two active warrants in Carroll County for Violation of Probation and one in Weakley County for failure to appear. Gregory presented paperwork to indicate the suspended status was upgraded to restricted, however, the computer did not indicate the upgraded status.

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Failure to Appear

•Howard G. Sanford, 33, of Clarksburg was charged with failure to appear after a traffic stop on September 27.

Officer Dalton Raspberry saw that the 1997 Geo Tracker driven by Sanford did not have a license plate. A check of Sanford’s license revealed an active warrant for failure to appear. It also revealed his license was suspended, for which he received a warning. Sanford was arrested on the failure to appear warrant. The car was towed from the scene.

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Theft

A resident of West End Avenue reported the theft of her son’s bicycle on October 4. It was a 24-inch Roadmaster.

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