Drugs were confiscated from the vehicle of a driver stopped for alleged reckless driving Thursday, Dec. 3, according to a Shelbyville police report released Tuesday. Olaysha Raquelle Tate, 24, of Manchester had bags containing 95 grams of marijuana and $437 cash in her vehicle and Xanax bars and Percocet tablets in a shoe, which were confiscated along with her cell phone, Officer Ronnie Blankenship’s report said...
Drugs were confiscated from the vehicle of a driver stopped for alleged reckless driving Thursday, Dec. 3, according to a Shelbyville police report released Tuesday.
Olaysha Raquelle Tate, 24, of Manchester had bags containing 95 grams of marijuana and $437 cash in her vehicle and Xanax bars and Percocet tablets in a shoe, which were confiscated along with her cell phone, Officer Ronnie Blankenship’s report said.
Tate was charged with possession of schedule II, III and VI drugs and paraphernalia and DUI. She was held on $17,000 bond.
A scam caller claiming to be from a security firm told a Shelbyville woman Tuesday her bank account showed security fraud and convinced her to reveal personal information, police said.
At the caller’s request, she purchased $6,000 worth of gift cards and gave the activation codes. Her local bank has since cancelled that account and given her a new one.
•Several items including three television sets and a kitchen faucet were stolen from two storage units on Highway 82 South after locks were cut, a Bedford County deputy was told.
Some of the property was found in another nearby unit.
•A shoplifter took a LED light, chrome skull decal and another undetermined item Monday from Advance Auto Parts, Madison Street, police were told.
He was described as a white male in his mid 30s with brown hair driving a Ford Ranger pickup.
•An Apple watch delivered by United Parcel Service was removed from a package, which had been resealed, sent to a John Brinkley Road resident, the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office said.
Investigators are unsure if the package had been opened in transit or after reaching its destination.
The Tennessee Highway Patrol has announced it will conduct a sobriety checkpoint at 10 p.m. Thursday, December 31 — New Year’s Eve — on State Route 64 East at the 14.4 mile marker.
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.
•Kobe Ryan Arnold, 19, Central Avenue; failure to appear, capias, possession of drug paraphernalia; held, $5,000 bond
•Joshua Emanuel Bailey, 30, Jefferson Street; violation of probation, show cause; held, $5,000 bond
•Sarah Lee Bain, 23, Barksdale Lane; probation revocation; held, $3,000 bond
•Mattie Louise Gibson, 38, Thompson Street; violation of probation; released, $1,000 bond
•Charles Edward Moody, 51, Murfreesboro; simple possession of schedule II drug, possession of drug paraphernalia (two counts), driving without a license, sale of schedule II drug; held, $10,500 bond
•April Dawn Privett, 34, Manchester; simple possession of schedule VI drug; released, $1,500 bond
•Eliezer Fonseca Reyes, 36, Ward Circle; DUI, financial responsibility, registration violation, open container, no driver’s license, forgery; held, $5,000 bond
•Miguel Angel Rizas, 18, Quarry Street; public intoxication; held, $500 bond
•Betsy Rodriguez, 25, Neeley Avenue; domestic assault; held, $2,500 bond
•Yarubi Garcia Rodriguez, 32, South Cannon Boulevard; no driver’s license, light law; released on recognizance
•Gaspar Juan Sebastian, 24, Barksdale Lane; domestic assault; held, $2,500 bond
•Felicia Minibell Smith, 31, Old Unionville Road; fraudulent use of credit card (six counts), criminal trespass; held, #7,000 bond
•Larissa Lynn Smith, 23, Barksdale Lane; domestic assault; held, $2,500 bond
•Taia Lanea Stewart, 32, Dover Street; failure to appear; held, $2,500 bond
•Lauren Paige Witkowski, 30, South Maple Street; violation of probation; released, $3,000 bond
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