A Shelbyville man was wounded by his brother during a melee outside a Quarry Street restaurant late Sunday afternoon, according to Shelbyville police. Agusto Tomas Hernandez suffered a deep facial cut and fractured jaw, police said. His brother, Miguel Tomas Hernandez, 28, of Quarry Street was charged with aggravated domestic assault, public intoxication, resisting arrest and violation of probation. He is being held on $29,000 bond...
A Shelbyville man was wounded by his brother during a melee outside a Quarry Street restaurant late Sunday afternoon, according to Shelbyville police.
Agusto Tomas Hernandez suffered a deep facial cut and fractured jaw, police said. His brother, Miguel Tomas Hernandez, 28, of Quarry Street was charged with aggravated domestic assault, public intoxication, resisting arrest and violation of probation. He is being held on $29,000 bond.
Miguel Tomas Hernandez allegedly ran, along with several others, as officers arrived. Sgt. Tory Moore said he caught Hernandez and used several shocks from a stun gun several times to keep him on the ground until backup officers arrived. Hernandez allegedly refused to show his hands and fought off handcuff attempts.
Timoteo Tomas Hernandez, 33, of Quarry Street was also allegedly involved. He was charged with public intoxication and resisting arrest after allegedly running as officers arrived. Police found him inside the restaurant with blood and debris on his clothing. He was held on $3,000 bond.
Police were unable to stop a stolen car despite a chase through Shelbyville early Sunday afternoon.
The white Ford Expedition was taken from an auto dealership/repair shop on U.S. 41A North between Shelbyville and Unionville a short time earlier.
Officers Michael Taylor and Mitchell Warren chased the SUV at speeds up to 80 mph on Lane Parkway to South Cannon Boulevard and out U.S. 231 South, where pursuit was terminated after the suspect began passing vehicles in no-passing zones at high speed on a two-lane roadway.
The driver was described as a white male with a black face covering; Taylor was unable to see the passenger well.
(Update from print edition: A suspect was later captured when the SUV developed mechanical problems on Chestnut Ridge.)
A man who told police he has COVID-19 caused problems with officers attempting to obtain a blood test following a traffic stop early Saturday.
James Harvey Farrar, 44, of Shelbyville Mills Road was initially stopped for allegedly running a red light on Colloredo Boulevard by Officer Bryan Lashwood.
Farrar began coughing while being taken to Tennova Healthcare-Shelbyville for a blood draw and, on arrival, allegedly told police he wasn’t required by law to wear a mask. He refused two offers, tearing one of the masks, police said. Eventually a plastic face shield was applied while Farrar continued complaining, according to the report.
Officers said Farrar had to be held down while the blood sample was taken. Farrar removed the face shield twice, police said.
Farrar was charged with resisting arrest, DUI, implied consent (drug test refusal), disorderly conduct, driving on a suspended license and violation of the financial responsibility and registration laws. He was held on $10,000 bond.
•Drugs were discovered on a man found passed out on a sidewalk Saturday night in front of Walmart, police said.
The suspect, Kenneth David Hurt, 30, of Deery Street, allegedly began fighting police and medical personnel upon regaining consciousness.
Crystal methamphetamine and a type of heroin known as “the gray death” were found on Hurt by police as he was being searched before an ambulance arrived.
Hurt woke up and fought with EMTs and three police officers in the ambulance, with Sgt. Tory Moore suffering a sprained wrist, the report said.
Police charged Hurt with resisting arrest, two counts of possession of a schedule II drug. possession of drug paraphernalia and resisting arrest. He was released on $9,000 bond.
Hurt later told Officer Matt Sharp he didn’t remember the confrontation with officers and apologized for his actions.
•A woman who reported her car stolen from her Kingwood Avenue home was charged with possession of schedule II and VI drugs Saturday.
Jacklynn Michelle Owens, 26, of Kingwood Avenue posted $4,500 bond after a check showed the outstanding warrants. The arresting officer noted the supposedly-stolen car was at Owens’ home.
A driver who allegedly drove away after being involved in a traffic accident on West Lane Street resisted arrest while trying to crawl under her car Saturday afternoon, police said.
Desire Octavia Gaines, 20 of West Lane Street was eventually handcuffed with the help of two other officers and a bystander. Gaines was charged with leaving the scene of an accident, resisting arrest, no driver’s license, failure to yield and violation of the financial responsibility law. She was released on $5,000 bond.
Two teenage boys were arrested breaking into vehicles in the Southside area of Shelbyville shortly before 4 a.m. Friday.
Each is charged with five counts of burglary of a motor vehicle, five counts of attempted burglary of a motor vehicle, seven counts of theft and curfew violation.
Officers Tracy Teal said a Graydon Street resident who works nights arrived home, saw a dome light on inside one vehicle, then saw the teens around a vehicle on nearby Graydon Street.
Items found on the boys ranged from surgical masks and a police officer’s identification card to a pack of grated cheese.
A man wanted for aggravated statutory rape and another serious sex charge called police to arrest him Saturday afternoon at Fisherman’s Park.
Christopher Daniel Freeman, 48, of South Brittain Street was arrested under Veterans Memorial Bridge and held at Bedford County Jail on $200,000 bond.
The driver of a vehicle that flipped during an injury crash on U.S. 231 North early Saturday faces multiple charges.
Kedeem Abdual Talley, 27, of Valley Road is charged with driving on a revoked license, failing to exercise due care while driving and violation of the financial responsibility law. He was released on $2,000 bond.
A passenger, Gage Jacobs, was listed as injured.
A woman who told police items she allegedly tried to take from Walmart “must have just fallen into her buggy” was charged with shoplifting Sunday.
Jessie Adams, age and address unavailable, was cited and released, police said.
The following were charged since Friday by the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Shelbyville Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts.
•Jacqueline Michelle Anderson, 22, Gallatin; criminal impersonation, theft of property; held, $15,000 bond
•Robert Lynn Ballentine, 50, La Vergne; violation of probation; held, $1,000 bond
•Godice Clark, 22, Landers Street; domestic assault; released, $2,50 bond
•James Harvey Farrar, 44, Shelbyville Mills Road; running red light/stop sign, DUI, implied consent; disorderly conduct, resist stop/frisk/halt/search, driving on suspended license, financial responsibility, registration law; held, $10,000 bond
•Vera Kim Frambo, 54, Union Ridge Road; mover over law; citation issued
•Christopher Daniel Freeman, 48, South Brittain Street; aggravated statutory rape (two counts); held, $200,000 bond
•Desire Octavia Gaines, 20, West Lane Street; leaving scene of accident, resisting arrest, no driver’s license/exhibited on demand, failure to yield, financial responsibility; released, $5,000 bond
•Peggy Hill Hannah, 61, Highway 64 East; driving on revoked license; held, $2,000 bond
•Miguel Tomas Hernandez, 28, Quarry Street; aggravated domestic assault, public intoxication, resist stop/frisk/halt/search, violation of probation; held, $29,000 bond
•Timoteo Tomas Hernandez, 33, Quarry Street; public intoxication, resist stop/frisk/halt/search; held, $3,000 bond
•Amanda Solomon Holliday, 42, Cedar Glades Circle; public intoxication; released, $500 bond
•Kenneth David Hurt, 30, Deery Street; possession of schedule II drug (two counts), public intoxication, resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernalia; released, $9,000 bond
•Hunter Carrington Keatts, 27, Smith Road; violation of probation; held, $1,000 bond
•Derrick Lavon Landers, 43, Halls Mill Road; DUI, driving on revoked license, open container, due care, seat belt law, registration law, financial responsibility; released, $2,500 bond
•Angelica Galvez Lopez, 26, Bethany Lane; domestic assault; released, $2,500 bond
•Avelino Godinez Lopez, 30, Deery Street; DUI; released, $1,500 bond
•Samuel Rodriguez Lopez, 43, High Street, Wartrace; DUI, no driver’s license/exhibited on demand, immediate notice of accident, due care; released, $2,500 bond
•Victoria Renee Miller, 33, Longview Road; failure to appear (two counts); held, $6,000 bond
•Lionel Morris, 30, Neeley Avenue; driving on suspended license, speeding, capias, failure to appear; held, $1,000 bond
•Jacklynn Michelle Owens, 26, Kingwood Avenue; possession of schedule II drug, possession of schedule VI drug; released, $4,500 bond
•Kristian Anthony Phillips, 20. Sims Road; DUI, driving on revoked license, registration law; held, $5,000 bond
•Amber Mai Nicole Rogers, 33, Purdy Court; violation of probation, public intoxication, possession of drug paraphernalia; held, $3,500 bond
•Christopher Anthony Shelton, 34, homeless, Shelbyville; theft of property, auto burglary (motor home), driving on revoked license, evading arrest; held, $26,000 bond
•Kevin Terry Smith, 35, Eventine Drive; attachment; released, $6,000 bond
•Kedeem Abdual Talley, 27, Valley Road; driving on revoked license, due care, financial responsibility; released, $2,000 bond
•Ebenezer Visuet, 22, Burt Street; no proof of insurance, light law, driving on revoked license; released on recognizance
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