Two suspects were arrested on drug charges during a traffic stop Tuesday in Shelbyville.Juan Nunez Mendiola, 18, of Cherokee Trail allegedly ran a traffic light at South Cannon Boulevard and West …
Two suspects were arrested on drug charges during a traffic stop Tuesday in Shelbyville.
Juan Nunez Mendiola, 18, of Cherokee Trail allegedly ran a traffic light at South Cannon Boulevard and West Holland Street as Officer Ramon Castillo observed.
Castillo was aware Nunez was wanted for aggravated burglary and took him into investigative custody; a records check showed another warrant for theft over $1,000.
An alleged marijuana odor led Castillo to search the vehicle and question its owner, passenger Monica Juan, 19, of East Highland Avenue.
The search by Castillo and Officer Brock Horner revealed packages containing 9 grams of marijuana, scales, a grinder, three vaping cartridges labeled as containing THC, 10 packages allegedly containing cannabis, $494 cash and three cellphones.
Nunex told police all the items confiscated belonged to him.
Juan “remained quiet,” Castillo’s report said.
New charges of possession of a schedule VI drug with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia and running a red light were filed against Nunez. He was held on $62,500 bond.
Juan was charged with possession/sale of a schedule VI drug and possession of drug paraphernalia, and held on $12,500 bond.
“I don’t know why I did this, it just happened,” a woman accused of attempting to take more than $750 worth of items from Walmart without paying told Shelbyville police Tuesday.
Victoria Herrod allegedly swapped tags with cheaper ones on several items while not scanning others at a self-checkout lane. She was cited and ordered not to return.
Five Hot Wheels cars were stolen from a shed at a Riverview Drive home overnight Sunday, police were told.
The following were charged since Monday 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.
•Jeremy Derek Bradley, 33, Tullahoma; show cause, probation revocation; released, no bond
•Charles Edward Brown, 37, homeless, Shelbyville; violation of probation; held, $1,500 bond
•Michael Hunter Butterworth, 22, Lewis Avenue; violation of probation, bench warrant, failure to appear; held, $3,000 bond
•Joseph Logan Derting, 46, North Richland Hills, Texas; failure to appear; held, $1,000 bond
•Stacey Louise Dudeck, 44, Shelbyview Drive; theft from motor vehicle, theft of property, aggravated burglary, bondsman surrender; held, $7,500 bond
•Cory Wade Foster, 35, Smithville; probation revocation; held, $2,500 bond
•Mattie Louise Gibson, 40, Jack Pickle Road; violation of probation, show cause, failure to appear; held, $6,000 bond
•Christine Hensibn Guerrero, 52, South Cannon Boulevard; failure to appear, bench warrant, bondsman surrender; held, $4,000 bond
•Octavius Trevon Harris, 27, Barksdale Lane; failure to appear; released, $500 bond
•Keith Marcellus Henderson, 51, New Herman Road; driving on revoked license (fourth offense); released, no bond
•Ivy Hernandez, 20, West Lane Street; driving on revoked license, speeding; released, no bond
•Monica Juan, 19, East Highland Avenue; possession/sale of schedule VI drug, possession of drug paraphernalia; held, $12,500 bond
•Amy-Lin Larocque, 48, Elizabeth Street; failure to appear, capias; held, $4,500 bond
•Sam Allen Mayes Jr., 68, Central Avenue; animal at large, vaccination of animal; citation issued
•Juan Nunez Mendiola, 18, Cherokee Trail; theft over $1,000, aggravated burglary, possession of schedule VI drug with intent to sell, possession of drug paraphernalia, running red light; held, $62,500 bond
•Kenny Lee Waters, 46, Nashville; failure to appear; held, $1,500 bond
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