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Money for Webb post-game meals stolen

More than $1,200 has been stolen over the past two weeks from an office in The Webb School’s athletic complex, a Bedford County Sheriff’s Office report said.
The money, totaling $1,280, was taken from a locked area in head football coach Kyle Turnbow’s office between Oct. 7 and Monday. The key used to unlock the area was replaced nearby but not in its usual location, a deputy was told.
Turnbow said the money is used to purchase post-game meals for his Webb Feet team.
Inmate attacks jail
An inmate who punched a sprinkler head at Bedford County Jail — setting off the fire alarm system and causing water to pour from the ceiling — allegedly got some laughs from his actions.
It was no joking matter for jail personnel, who charged Nathaniel Brown with vandalism.
“He was cussing, screaming, kicking the door, punching everything in the cell,” Deputy Jeremy Chapman’s report said. Brown was locked in a cell in the booking area early Monday night when he broke the sprinkler head in cell C305, according to the report.
Brown stated while being placed in a restraining chair that he thought breaking the sprinkler was funny, Chapman said.
The deputy said Brown’s fist was noticeably swollen.
Shelbyville firefighters responded to the alarm.
Drug charges
Moments after purchasing a Planet Fitness membership, the buyer only worked out a short time and spent a while shooting up methamphetamine in a locker room early Monday, Shelbyville police said.
Nicholas John Delaheran, 32, of Wartrace Pike allegedly entered the gym around 10:20 p.m. Sunday and was still there at 4:30 a.m. Monday. A gym employee notified police.
Officer Sam Campbell found a syringe in a shower Delaheran admitted using to shoot meth, the police report said.
A search allegedly revealed a small amount of meth in Delaharan’s clothing.
Delaharan was charged with possession of a schedule II drug and paraphernalia and posted $3,500 bond.
A man arrested for driving on a revoked license was charged with carrying marijuana into Bedford County Jail Monday night, according to Shelbyville police.
•Charles Jackson Demp-sey, 29, of Center Street in Normandy allegedly turned in front of Officer Tracy Teal on North Cannon Boulevard. Teal smelled marijuana during the traffic stop and said Dempsey repeatedly denied its presence.
The vehicle’s license sticker had expired in April and a portion of a 2022 sticker from another vehicle taped over it, Teal said.
A search by jail personnel revealed marijuana hidden in Dempsey’s clothing.
Dempsey was charged with having an altered license tag, failure to yield, driving on a revoked license, financial responsibility, introducing a drug into a penal institution and possession of a schedule VI drug. He was held on $12,500 bond.
Vehicles stolen
•A red and silver Chevrolet three-quarter ton pickup was stolen from outside a Calhoun Street home overnight Sunday, Shelbyville police were told.
The regular cab, long bed truck had been left unlocked with keys inside, according to the report.
•A car stolen from a Deer Point Road home between 10:45 p.m. Monday-3:30 a.m. Tuesday from a Deer Point Road home was found at the chicken barns at Pinkston and Midland Roads around 7:15 p.m. Tuesday. A Social Security belonging to someone other than the owner was inside, a BCSO report said.
•A utility trailer containing three lawn mowers was stolen off a truck left temporarily in the driveway of a Virgil Crowell Road home between 6-10:30 a.m.
•A stereo system, amplifier and subwoofer, toolbox and tools, fog lights, trailer hitch and American flag Donald Trump wallet were stolen from a vehicle early Saturday at the Walmart parking lot.
Jail intake
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.
•Eduardo Aj, 18, Tanner Circle; no driver’s license, hands-free law; released on recognizance
•David Lee Baker, 40, Wartrace Pike; financial responsibility, light law, no driver’s license; released, no bond
•Zachary Thomas Clark, 38, U.S. 41A North; driving on suspended license, show cause hearing; released, no bond
•Tina Cox, 27, Landers Street; driving on revoked license, registration violation; released on recognizance
•Nicholas John Del-aheran, 32, Wartrace Pike; possession of schedule II drug, possession of drug paraphernalia; held, $3,500 bond
•Charles Jackson Dempsey, 29, Center Street, Normandy; altered tag, failure to yield, driving on revoked license, financial responsibility, introducing drug into penal institution, possession of schedule VI drug; held, $12,500 bond
•Brandon Lee Elam, 35, Barksdale Lane; failure to appear. bench warrant; held, $6,000 bond
•Kimberly Sue Grigsby, 58, Barksdale Lane; DUI by allowance; released, $1,500 bond
•Joshua Bryan Hedge, 42, Buzzard Roost Road; failure to appear; held, $3.000 bond
•Jamarcus Lacre Leach, 28, Stonefield Circle; probation revocation; released on recognizance
•Alec Joseph McGovern, 24, Archery Lane; domestic assault; held, $3,500 bond
•Bobbi Paige Melton, 25, Midland Road; theft under $500; released, $250 bond
•Alexander Martinez Morales, 25, Blue Ribbon Parkway; charge not specified; released, no bond
•Erica Sanae Piczynski, 41, Halls Mill Road; failure to appear; held, $3,000 bond
•Jose Alfredo Rios Matta, 48, Madison Street; cruelty to animals; summons issued
•Ricardo Mora Rivera, 47, Ranchero Drive; failure to appear; released, $100 bond
•Cole C. Sims, Big Spring Road; driving on suspended license, leaving scene of accident, registration violation; released on recognizance
•Remedios Dongon Trail,
66, West Lane Street; aggravated domestic assault; held, $7,500 bond
•Ebenezer Visuet, 23, Lewis Avenue; failure to appear; held, $2,500 bond
•Herman Williams Jr., 51, Riverview Drive; parole violation; held, no bond


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