It's a dirty job but someone has to do it
Shelbyville Police Officer Brock Horner was dispatched to Couch Lane on Wednesday, responding to a complaint of small children being in a home where an argument had erupted.
The children were in the home upon Horner's arrival, according to a police report. Horner met outside with a man who stated that he and his girlfriend had been arguing about a dirty home. The girlfriend reported that she was having some problems with her eye, so she had not been able to clean.
The male told Horner that they were going to begin cleaning that day.
Fourth time is a charm
A motorist sped past Officer Michael Taylor on Green Lane Wednesday. Clocked at 46 mph in a 30 mph zone, the driver, Russell Hallenbeck, was then pulled over by Taylor at the North Side Professional Plaza, according to a Shelbyville police report.
Upon a check, it was discovered that Hallenbeck was driving on a revoked license with three prior convictions for the same, the report states. Hallenbeck also was unable to provide proof of insurance.
Taylor was transported to the Bedford County Jail.
Arrest in Tullahoma
Wayne Thomas of the Tullahoma News reports that a Shelbyville man has been arrested by Tullahoma Police on charges of theft over $1,000 in connection with a theft from a Tullahoma business.
Gary Wayne Dodson, 37, of Fairoak Street, Shelbyville was arrested Feb. 14 at Dossett Apartments in Tullahoma by Tullahoma Police Investigator Johnny Gore.
He was arrested after he allegedly took $921 on five different occasions from the money bag from Express Lube and Car Wash, North Jackson Street.
He is also accused of taking $200 worth of oil and four oil filters as well as other merchandise valued at $600. The oil was recovered after Dodson allegedly was involved in an accident in Shelbyville and left the scene but the oil was found in the vehicle.
Dodson was allegedly in possession of a Hydrocodone pill at the time of his arrest. In addition to the theft charge, he is charged with possession of Schedule IV and unlawful drug paraphernalia. He was booked into the Coffee County Jail under a bond of $17,000 and is to appear in Coffee County General Sessions Court Feb. 23.
According to the arrest warrant, Dodson is wanted in Bedford County on charges related to the accident.
The following were charged since Wednesday by the Shelbyville Police Department, Bedford County Sheriffs Office, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts.
• Leland Dwayne Armstrong, 26, Shelbyville Mills Road; Failure to appear, $20,000 bond, released
• Marty Sean Bates, 38, Troupe Road; possession of Sch. II drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, $10,000 bond, held
• Daniel Jackson Conner, 23, King Avenue; violation of probation, $2,500 bond, released
• Tony Lee Gentry, 44, South Cannon Boulevard; domestic assault-simple, $1,000 bond, held
• Russell Donald Hallenbeck, 35, Morton Street; driving on revoked license (4th), speeding, no proof of insurance, $3,000 bond, released
• Donald Ray Hobgood, 30, Cedar Springs Road; unlawful possession of a weapon, resistance to officer, violation of parole, resist stop, frisk, halt, search, $25,000 bond, held
• Patrick Andrew McCain, 24, Roberts Drive; violation of probation, $2,000 bond, held
• James Edward Stewart, 43, Carter Street; possession of Sch. II drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, $10,000 bond, held