By DAVID MELSON - firstname.lastname@example.org
Illegal substances were discovered in two unexpected--and very public--places Tuesday.
•An inmate at Bedford County Jail managed to smuggle in 2.2 grams of marijuana, an official discovered while reviewing security video.
Jail Administrator Ronnie Prince alleged Coby Allan Davis, 30, of Cedar Glades Circle was seem pulling 2.2 grams of marijuana and showed it to another person.
A charge of introducing contraband into a penal institution was added to charges of public intoxication, unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of a firearm while intoxicated.
•Thirteen grams of crystal methamphetamine were found by nurses at Vanderbilt Bedford Hospital.
The meth was in a small bag wedged behind a bed in a hallway and was found during cleaning.
A man allegedly concealing a knife in his clothing was arrested after his girlfriend allegedly threw him out of their home late Tuesday, a Bedford County Sheriff’s Office report said.
Arriving deputies found Keith William Johnson, 31, lying on his back in the middle of Unionville-Deason Road shortly before midnight, wearing only pajama pants. He identified himself as “Kevin” instead of Keith, according to the report.
Johnson, who deputies said smelled of alcohol and appeared intoxicated, allegedly reached several times toward a knife in his pajamas. He was charged with unlawful possession of a weapon, criminal impersonation and public intoxication.
•A chain saw, ratchet set and 5 gallons of gas were stolen from a normally-locked shed at a home in the 2700 block of Highway 64 West on Monday afternoon.
The victim named a suspect and said the shed’s lock was gone and its door open.
•A newly-purchased cell phone was stolen from a bag in a shopping cart at Walmart while the new owner was scanning other purchases Tuesday, police said.
•A Troupe Road resident told a deputy two known visitors to his home took a debit card early Monday.
The following were charged since Monday 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.
•Justin Tucker Caldwell, 28, Green Lane; driving on suspended license, speeding; summons issued
•Austin Clay Carlton, 28, Anthony Lane; public intoxication, resisting arrest, assault on an officer; held, $9,000 bond
•Matthew Michael Colburn, 24, West Lane Street; felony possession of schedule II drug, driving on revoked license (second offense), driver to exercise due care; held, $18,500 bond
•Anthony Marlin Crawford, 31, Clarksville; attachment; held, no bond
•Coby Allan Davis, 30, Cedar Glade Circle; public intoxication, unlawful possession of a firearm, possession of firearm while intoxicated; held, $21,000 bond
•Eula May Davis, 52, Glenoaks Road; failure to appear; held,$1,500 bond
•Keith William Johnson, 31, Unionville-Deason Road; public intoxication, unlawful possession of a weapon, criminal impersonation; held, $8,500 bond
•Sherry Nicole Johnson, 36, Murfreesboro; simple possession, possession of drug paraphernalia; released, no bond
•Adolfo Pascual Juan, 20, Minkslide Road; driving on suspended license, running stop sign; released, no bond
•Fillip Beau Kiser, 25, Knob Creek Road; joyriding, violation of bond condition; held, $11,000 bond
•Ricardo Gonzales Lopez, 42, Landers Street; failure to appear; released, $1,500 bond
•Frank Jamar McCullough, 37, Murfreesboro; capias, failure to appear; summons issued
•Edgar Garcia Medina, 27, Murfreesboro; no driver’s license, speeding; summons issued
•Brionna Latae Morton, 36, Lewisburg; probation revocation; summons issued
•Juan David Ramirez Guvara, 18, Warners Bridge Road; no driver’s license/exhibited on demand, financial responsibility, registration law; summons issued
•Clinton Avery Street, 47, Hilltop Road; violation of probation; held, $2,500 bond
•Rosemary Michelle Walker, 51, Lane Parkway; capias, failure to appear, bondsman surrender; held, $8,000 bond
No comments on this item Please log in to comment by clicking here