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Biker seriously hurt in wreck

By DAVID MELSON dmelson@t-g.com
Posted 5/24/22

A motorcycle rider was seriously injured Sunday night when he lost control of his motorcycle at the sharp curve on Horse Mountain Road near the east side of H.V. Griffin Park.

Terence Hines …

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Biker seriously hurt in wreck

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A motorcycle rider was seriously injured Sunday night when he lost control of his motorcycle at the sharp curve on Horse Mountain Road near the east side of H.V. Griffin Park.
Terence Hines suffered “severe trauma” to his left leg and the motorcycle was pinned under a guard rail, police said.
First responders noted a strong smell of alcohol. Hines told Officer Dylan Bliss he’d had one alcoholic beverage and “one shot of liquor.”
Hines was taken to a Murfreesboro hospital.
•A hit-and-run driver struck a man on a bicycle on South Cannon Boulevard near Lafayette Street shortly before midnight Friday, police said.
The victim was lying on the sidewalk suffering from neck and rib pain when officers arrived. He was bleeding from the head and had road rash on a knee.
He told police a vehicle had run onto the sidewalk. Officers found a side mirror from a pickup truck, possibly a Ford, and two other vehicle pieces in the street near the victim.
Fleeing suspect
Two officers’ threats of taser use stopped a suspect who allegedly tried to run Saturday afternoon.
Officers looking for a woman pushing a clothing-filled buggy at River Bottom Park saw two tents on the bank of Duck River and found Scott Elgin inside one.
Elgin, who had been living in Lawrenceburg, begin running into nearby woods when officers discovered he was wanted in Moore County. He fell and gave up in response to the taser threats.
Police charged Elgin with evading arrest. He was held on $3,000 bond.
Sudden shot
A homeless man living “somewhere in the woods in Unionville” told a Bedford County deputy a bullet flew out of a fire and struck his left foot Saturday.
The man was treated and released at Vanderbilt Bedford Hospital for a small bullet wound, the report said.
The victim said he was burning items in a barrel when the bullet flew out. He was unable to specify exactly where he’s been staying.
Drug charge
A passenger in a car stopped for a broken taillight was charged with drug possession after officers smelled marijuana, according to a report.
The report stated Dakoda Marshawn Morrow, 18, of Murfreesboro had 1.2 grams of methamphetamine and 4 grams of marijuana in a case and a glass pipe near Morrow’s seat. He allegedly said the items were his and was jailed on $13,000 bond.
Theft
A yard trailer was stolen from a Narrows Road home between April 1 and May 6, according to a sheriff’s office report.
Jail intake
The following were charged since Friday by the Shelbyville Police Department, Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts.
•Amy Mitchell Arendall, 36, Tate Avenue; public intoxication, domestic assault, resisting arrest; held, no bond
•Charity Anne Briggs, 35, Shapard Drive; shoplifting; summons issued
•Keyvin McKale Dandy, 23, Anthony Lane; simple possession, running stop sign; summons issued
•Stephna Cherie Douglas, 30, Murfreesboro; driving on revoked license (second offense), light law; summons issued
•Scott Lamar Elgin, 40, homeless, Shelbyville; evading arrest; held, $2,000 bond
•Jessica Ann Fiveash, 42, Providence Road; domestic assault; released, $2,500 bond
•Giovanni Gomez, 20, Alta Avenue; domestic assault, interference with 911 call; released, $4,000 bond
•Rachel Gregory Gotham, 30,Tollgate Road; public intoxication; held, $3,000 bond
•Spencer Damion Gurton II, 25, Rattlesnake Lodge Road; driving on revoked license, due care; summons issued
•Zachary Kentrell Hamler, 28, Shelbyville; convicted felon in possession of a weapon; held, no bond
•James Wayne Holcomb, 50, Hillsboro; failure to appear; released on recognizance
•Joshua Dewayne Lee, 30, Lewisburg; speeding, no driver’s license; released, no bond
•Tia Nashea Love, 26, Murfreesboro; violation of probation; released on recognizance
•Tabitha Dean Lynch, 29, El Bethel Road; probation revocation, show cause; released, $5,000 bond
•Kasey Nicole Maddox, 32, Fairfield Pike; driving on revoked license, speeding, simple possession of schedule VI drug; released, no bond
•Kristopher Robin Majors, 46, Winchester; probation revocation, show cause; held, $5,000 bond
•Dakoda Marshawn Morrow, 18, Murfreesboro; possession of schedule VI drug, possession of schedule II drug, possession of drug paraphernalia; held, $13,000 bond
•Maria Perez Tomas, 22, Collier Avenue; driving on suspended license, financial responsibility, light law; summons issued
•Kyren Tiez Perkins, 26, homeless, Shelbyville; violation of probation, show cause; held, $5,000 bond
•Ashley Nicole Pope, 38, South Cannon Boulevard; domestic assault; held, $4,000 bond
•Edwin Roman Ramirez, 21, Madison Street; probation revocation; released, $3,000 bond
•Jose Martin Ramps, 28, Eagle Boulevard; public intoxication; released, $500 bond
•Lasheika Monae Sales, 29, Barksdale Lane; driving on suspended license, financial responsibility, running red light; summons issued
•Miguel Saucedo Alexandre, 39, Shelbyville; DUI, speeding, failure to maintain lane; released, $3,000 bond
•Miceala Pedro Sebastian, 21, Carney Street; driving on suspended license (two counts), due care, speeding; summons issued
•Andrew Davis Smartt, 31, Highway 130 West; DUI, no driver’s license, due care; released, $4,000 bond
•Gregorio Quiroz Soles, 33, Smith Street; no driver’s license, speeding; released, no bond
•Lacey Anne Steele, 38, Belvedere; speeding, resisting stop/frisk/halt/search, disorderly conduct; released, $6,500 bond
•Jacklynne Diana Taylor, 42, Horseshoe Drive; assault; released, no bond
•Joshua Joseph White, 40, Pittsfield, New Hampshire; violation of probation; released, $2,500 bond

•Ross Joseph Widenhofer, 37, Brooklyn Circle; failure to appear, two bench warrants, theft of property, criminal trespassing; held, no bond

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