Shelbyville police found a man wanted for allegedly creating fake documents hiding in a hidden compartment in his motor home on Warners Bridge Road Friday, according to a report by Detective Nathan Everhart. Nathaniel Merrell Harrington, 37, emerged without incident and surrendered to Everhart and 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force officer John Lasiter. ...
Shelbyville police found a man wanted for allegedly creating fake documents hiding in a hidden compartment in his motor home on Warners Bridge Road Friday, according to a report by Detective Nathan Everhart.
Nathaniel Merrell Harrington, 37, emerged without incident and surrendered to Everhart and 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force officer John Lasiter. Harrington was charged with criminal simulation, violation of probation, theft of property, evading arrest and failure to appear. He is being held on $75,000 bond.
Lindsey Brooke Peoples, the girlfriend of Harrington’s half-brother Jason Wayne Smith, is charged with three counts of forgery and one count of criminal conspiracy, the report said. Police charged Smith with one count of criminal conspiracy. The men’s mother, Lynn Renee Hickman, was charged with two counts of accessory after the fact for allegedly delaying officers in a previous arrest attempt until Harrington could escape. She was arrested immediately Friday and a second charge was filed after Harrington was found.
Harrington is accused of printing fake doctor’s notes from a Shelbyville physician for Smith, who is currently an inmate at Bedford County Jail, and Peoples.
Fake checks and $100 bills marked “for motion picture use only” were found in the home, Everhart said.
**House hit during pursuit
A driver being pursued by Shelbyville police struck a house on Warners Bridge Road early Sunday.
Officer Dylan Bliss said he clocked Zykaria Adrionno Velazquez, 20, of Hawkins Drive at 45 mph in a 30 mph zone on Elm Street around 1:45 a.m.
Velazquez allegedly sped up as Bliss attempted a traffic stop and drove to Mac Street and Dover Street at 60-75 mph. A passenger jumped from the vehicle, laid on the pavement and put his hands in the air on Dover Street as the driver and Bliss continued on; that man disappeared before additional officers arrived in the area.
Police said Velazquez lost control of the Nissan Rogue SUV while attempting to turn from Warners Bridge Road onto Lower Halls Mill Road.
Velazquez allegedly said he fled because his license was revoked and he didn’t want to go to jail. Officers said marijuana fragments were found throughout the SUV.
Charges of speeding, evading by motor vehicle, driving on a revoked license and simple possession of a schedule VI drug were filed against Velazquez, who was held on $6,500 bond.
**Suspect fights officers
A woman who allegedly tried to steal a vehicle she had allegedly refused to exit earlier fought off officers’ attempts to arrest her early Sunday.
Courtney Lynn Hicks, 29, of Shelbyville Mills Road was shocked several times with a stun gun by Officer Darrian Lanier as she was “wildly” kicking and swinging her arms, Shelbyville police said. Lanier had pulled her out of the vehicle moments earlier.
Hicks kicked Lanier in the leg several times, his report said.
A man who had been with Hicks and two of her friends said she had refused to get out of his vehicle at her motel room, so he took her to his Shelbyville Mills Road home and called 911. Hicks was allegedly attempting to start the vehicle when he returned.
Hicks was charged with assault on an officer, attempted theft of property, resisting stop/halt/frisk/search and resisting arrest. She was held on $6,500 bond.
A man who allegedly refused to return his girlfriend’s car allegedly refused to stop for a Bedford County deputy Saturday night.
Jeremy Adam Prince, 37, of Bunker Hill Road was allowed to borrow the 2012 Honda Accord but didn’t return it on time Friday and said he wasn’t going to, Deputy Tony Schaefer’s report said.
Prince allegedly showed up at her home late Saturday night driving recklessly through the yard and saying he was going to “break the car.” He left and Schaefer saw him a few minutes later driving near her home, the report said.
Prince refused to stop for blue lights, drove to the girlfriend’s home and walked inside despite being told to stop, Schaefer’s report said.
The deputy said Prince was “very aggressive in manner but was passive in physical action.”
Prince was charged with theft of a motor vehicle over $5,000, evading by motor vehicle and driving on a suspended license. He was released on $16,000 bond.
•Several thousand dollars in cash and old coins, 25 knives, a gun, safe and jewelry box containing old rings were stolen Saturday from a home in Spring Street in Wartrace, a deputy was told. Suspects with access to the home were named.
•A visitor to a South Cannon Boulevard home stole a cellphone when leaving Sunday, police were told.
A woman who said she paid $99 to repair a claimed computer virus online several months ago discovered she was the intended victim of a scam, a sheriff’s office report said.
The woman said she was contacted again in November by a scammer who said they had accidentally put $8,000 in her bank account and wanted her to send $7,000 to an address in San Diego, California. She found no extra money in her account, ignored the request and called law enforcement.
Scammers often send fake emails claiming computers have picked up viruses. Actual computer problems should be repaired offline by reputable local technicians.
Drugs were confiscated from two men who passed out Saturday night at Food Lion, Colloredo Boulevard.
Officers found Kendric Dewayne Gillum Jr., 26, of West Memphis, Arkansas passed out in a motorized shopping cart inside the store and Godice Clark, 22, of Landers Street passed out inside a car in the parking lot.
Marijuana was found on Gillum and a bag of cocaine on Clark, which he told police was for “personal use.” Clark was charged with simple possession of a schedule II drug and public intoxication and held on $2,500 bond. Gillum was charged with simple possession of a schedule VI drug and held on $2,000 bond.
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.
•Jimmy Derrick Beristain, 37, Neeley Avenue; failure to appear; held, $2,500 bond
•Javier Caba, 37, West Lane Street; DUI; releaased, $3,000 bond
•Austin Clay Carlton, 27, Anthony Lane; public intoxication, resisting stop/halt/frisk/search; held, $3,500 bond
•James Brian Childers, 37, New Herman Road; DUI, open container, implied consent, expired registration; released, $1,500 bond
•Godice Clark, 22, Landers Street; simple possession of schedule VI drug, public intoxication; held, $2,000 bond
•Gavin Earl Davenport, 21, Landers Street;. resist stop/halt/frisk/search; held, $2,500 bond
•Larry Edward Fenwick, 56, Broad Street, Wartrace; DUI; released, $3,000 bond
•Tyler Allen Gibson, 25, Shelbyville; simple possession of schedule VI drug, possession of drug paraphernalia, reckless endangerment (two counts), child restraint law (two counts), open container, financial responsibility; released, $8,500 bond
•Kendric Dewayne Gillum Jr., 26, West Memphis, Arkansas; simple possession of schedule II drug, public intoxication; held, $2,500 bond
•Nathaniel Merrell Harrington, 37, Warners Bridge Road; criminal simulation, violation of probation, theft of property, evading arrest, failure to appear; held, $75,000 bond
•Lynn Renee Hickman, 53, Warners Bridge Road; accessory after the fact (two counts); released, $10,000 bond
•Courtney Lynn Hicks, 29, Shelbyville Mills Road; attempted theft of property, resist stop/halt/frisk/search, resisting arrest, assault on an officer; held, $6,500 bond
•Jimmy Wayne Johnson, 27. Deery Street; driving on suspended license, failure to yield, financial responsibility; released, $500 bond
•Stephen Henry Lovett, 40, Belmont Avenue; violation of probation, evading arrest, resist stop/frisk/halt/search; held, $8,500 bond
•William Layne Mohrmann, 59, Peacock Lane; theft of property; summons delivered
•Christopher Ladon Morton, 46, Barber Road; violation of probation, bondsman surrender; held, $6,500 bond
•Andrew Kyle Mullins, 29, Railroad Avenue; leaving scene of accident, immediate notification of accident; summons delivered
•Jeremy Adam Prince, 37, Bunker Hill Road; theft of motor vehicle over $5,000, evading by motor vehicle, driving on suspended license; released, $16,000 bond
•Veronica Lucille St. Hilarie, 37, Gainesboro; no charges listed; held for court
•Jeremy Troy Smith, 51, Coop Road; bondsman surrender (failure to appear); held, $500 bond
•Michael Anthony Throneberry, 57, El Bethel Road; driving on revoked license (fifth offense), reckless endangerment (three counts); held, $12,500 bond
•Zykaria Adrionno Velazquez, 20, Hawkins Drive; speeding, evading by motor vehicle, driving on revoked license, simple possession of schedule VI drug; held, $6,500 bond
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