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Meth lab detected by distinctive odor

Tuesday, August 7, 2012

"A strong odor of chemicals that took our breath away" alerted Shelbyville police to a meth lab at a McBride Lane home early Friday.

Michael Madden, who does not live at the address, was arrested and charged with promotion of meth manufacturing, officer Jerry Draine said in a report.

Officers said they found syringes and a spoon which appeared to contain narcotics in the kitchen, a "white substance" and what appeared to be coffee filters in a bathroom toilet. A "shake and bake lab" was found in a bottle under the bathroom sink by a 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force agent who also discovered a dismantled battery, which police said appeared to have been used for the "lab," in the kitchen.

Police had been asked by the home's owner to keep an eye on it for unwanted persons.

Wreck injuries

Two passengers who survived the crash in which one man was killed Friday afternoon on Union Street have been identified.

Erly Anica, 34, is in critical condition and Miguel Serrano, age unavailable, is in stable condition at Vanderbilt Medical Center in Nashville, Lt. Trey Clanton of the Shelbyville Police Department said. Both live on Old Unionville Road, Clanton said.

Drug charge

A woman who allegedly pulled a knife on a Candy Lane resident Thursday afternoon when arriving to pick up a child faces additional charges after valium was found in her clothing at Bedford County Jail.

Tammy Yolonda Davis, 48, of Old Pencil Mill Road allegedly broke a window in the home after residents refused to open the door, the displayed the knife before her son took it from her.

Davis, who told police she was on several medications, was charged with aggravated assault, possession of a schedule IV drug, introducing contraband into a penal institution and public intoxication. She posted $13,000 bond.

Thefts

* An American flag was taken from a flagpole in a Cypress Street yard last week.

A neighbor's mailbox was also vandalized, police said.

* A flat-screen television and jewelry box were stolen during the day Friday from a home on Tuckaway Road, the Bedford County Sheriff's Department reported.

A door was kicked to gain entry and the home was ransacked, the report said.

* Construction equipment including steel trusses, a jigsaw, grinder, router and ladder, and weightlifting equipment and a hibachi grill were stolen from a Maple Street yard since July, police were told.

* Two necklaces, earrings and a ring, with a total value of $1,850 were stolen from a Depot Street home during late July, police were told last week.

* A compact disc case and cigarette lighter were stolen from a car at a Green Lane apartment complex after a door was forced overnight Friday, police said.

* The rear hatch of an SUV was entered and $50 taken overnight Friday at a South Cannon Boulevard apartment complex.

Clarification

Barbara Jean Mooneyhan of Woodbury Street says she is not the Barbara Jean Woodson listed in a news story Sunday.

Jail intake

The following were arrested since Wednesday by the Shelbyville Police Department, Bedford County Sheriff's Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts.

* Leland Dewayne Armstrong, 22, Shelbyville Mills Road; simple possession of schedule VI drug; released, $2,500 bond

* Fernando Manuel Bautista, 21, Fairway Green Drive; public intoxication; released, $250 bond

* Douglas Allen Barnes, 50, Bridlewood Drive; failure to appear; released, $1,200 bond

* Ronnie Buford Brown, 61, Shelbyview Drive; possession of schedule III drug for resale; released, $2,500 bond

* Douglas Brian Curtis, 44, Moulton, Ala; driving on revoked/suspended license (third offense); released, $3,000 bond

* Tammy Yolonda Davis, 48, Old Pencil Mill Road; public intoxication, aggravated assault, possession of schedule IV drug, introducing contraband into penal institution; released, $13,000 bond

* Amy Kay Dearmond, 36, Martha Street; driving on revoked/suspended license; released, $250 bond

* Chad Michael Ensey, 33, Barksdale Lane; disorderly conduct, resist stop/frisk/halt/search; released, $10,000 bond

* Loreto Espinosa Jr., 30, Shelbyview Drive; rape (two counts); held, no bond

* Christopher Charles Guillory, 20, Old Pencil Mill Road; driving on revoked/suspended license (second offense), seat belt law; held, $2,000 bond

* Jackie Kiel Jackson, 26, Winchester; bondsman surrender; held, $2,500 bond

* Joshua Dewayne Kimmons, 24, Walker Street; driving on suspended license, simple possession of schedule III drug, simple possession of schedule VI drug; held, $6,000 bond

* Jeremy Eugene King Sr., 41, Goodlettsville; violation of probation; released, $500 bond

* Rashan Shalee King, 27, Goodlettsville; violation of probation; released, $500 bond

* Adrienne Jeanne Miller, 33, Union Ridge Road; aggravated burglary, theft of property; released, $7,500 bond

* Frances Elizabeth Neal, 49, Colonial Avenue; violation of probation; released on recognizance

* Jose De La Paz Ortez, 39, White Street; no driver's license/exhibited on demand, financial responsibility; held, $1,000 bond

* Ashley Marie Pretzer, 26, Hord Road; possession of schedule IV drug for resale, possession of schedule III drug for resale, manufacturing/delivering/selling/distributing schedule II controlled substance; held, $15,000 bond

* Sebastian Sebastian, 27, Saddlewood Drive; domestic assault; held, $5,000 bond

* William Daniel Sharp, 31, Bryant Road; public intoxication; held, $2,500 bond

* Cody Lynn Tallery, 19, Old Columbia Road; public intoxication, drinking age law; released, $500 bond