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Sheriff's Department Makes Arrests for Assault, Drugs, and Indecent Exposure

August 10, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page
Crystal Lachell Thompson
Misty D. Shehane
James Harold Davis

Since Wednesday, the DeKalb County Sheriff's Department has made arrests for drugs, assault, and indecent exposure.

Sheriff Patrick Ray says 29 year old Crystal Lachell Thompson of Highland Street Smithville was served with a state warrant on Wednesday, August 5th. The arresting officer conducted a pat down search and found two pills believed to be hydrocodone, two pills believed to be soma, and one pill believed to be oxycontin. Thompson was charged with one count of simple possession of a schedule II drug (oxycontin), one count of simple possession of a schedule III drug hydrocodone, and one count of simple possession of a schedule IV drug (soma). Thompson's bond was set at $6,000.

While in custody of the DeKalb County Sheriff's Department, 34 year old Misty D. Shehane was charged Saturday, August 8th with assault after she caused a disturbance in the DeKalb County General Sessions Courtroom. Shehane had an altercation in the courtroom with another subject and when court officers tried to subdue her, Shehane took a swing at one of the court officers nearly striking him. Shehane also tried to kick the officers. Shehane will appear in court on August 20th on the charges.

Meanwhile on Friday, August 7th deputies responded to a call on Adcock Cemetery Road. When the officer arrived, the victim told him that she was walking down the road when a neighbor, 64 year old James Harold Davis also of Adcock Cemetery Road, yelled out the victim's name. When the victim looked at Davis, he (Davis) pulled his pants down exposing himself. When Deputies approached Davis about the complaint, he told them he was sorry and he would never do it again. Davis was charged with indecent exposure and his bond was set at $1,500. He will appear in court on August 27th.

Smithville Post Office Building Damaged in Freak Accident Thursday

August 10, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page

The Smithville Post Office building and a pickup truck received some damage Thursday morning when a motorist accidentally ran into them.

Smithville Police Lieutenant Steven Leffew, in the accident report, states that 87 year old Robert Eller was in a 1991 Dodge Caravan, backing from a parking space at the Smithville Post Office, when he collided into a 2000 Ford 150 pickup truck, belonging to Tommi J. Eldridge of Smithville, which was parked near Justin Potter Library. Eller's Caravan then went forward colliding into the glass door at the Post Office.

No one was injured.

Smithville Post Master Mike Lynn recounted for WJLE what occurred."We were inside working the mail and heard a big loud commotion. We went outside and found that a customer (Eller) who had parked outside the vestibule here, the little 6' by 6' opening we have, had backed up out of his parking space, went clean across the street and backed into a pickup truck parked in front of the library and damaged the truck pretty severely. He then pulled it back down in drive, came back across the street, jumped the sidewalk, and ran into the left side of our little vestibule that sticks out there. Fortunately there were no customers or anyone walking in the building at that time or it really could have been devastating. As it turned out no one was injured."

Lynn estimates the damage to the building at around $2,000. "It knocked one of the doors off the hinges and knocked the frame back about a foot. It didn't even break any of the glass on our windows so we were all lucky all the way around on that."

"I called facilities in Atlanta and they sent field maintenance up here to look at it. They took the door off and they're going to replace that whole front part. I'm going to estimate that it will cost maybe a couple of thousand dollars to get that front fixed back like it was.

As far as Mr. Eller's van, I'm not sure but I think the front bumper was the only thing damaged on his vehicle as far as the Post Office is concerned. I don't know exactly what happened to the back end of his vehicle when he went into that other truck in front of the library."

Rep. Gordon Invites Constituents to Telephone Town Halls

August 8, 2009

U.S. Representative Bart Gordon has scheduled two additional telephone town hall events on August 21 for residents of Tennessee's Sixth Congressional District. The telephone-based public
forums will allow residents to communicate directly with Representative Gordon, enabling them to share their concerns and ask questions about health care, veterans' issues, the economy and other important issues facing Tennessee and the country.

"I have scheduled these events because I want to hear from as many of my constituents as possible, which will allow me to better represent Middle Tennessee," said Gordon.

On Friday, August 21, Gordon will hold two separate telephone town hall events - one at 11:00 a.m. central time (CDT) and another at 5:30 p.m. CDT. Telephone town halls do not require participants to travel - they only require a telephone.

"There are a number of challenges facing our country right now, and there are no quick fixes," explained Gordon. "I hope as many folks as possible will sign up for one of the telephone public forums."

Residents of the Sixth District interested in participating in the telephone town hall events on August 21 can sign up by visiting www.house.gov/bart or by calling Congressman Gordon's Murfreesboro office at 615-896-1986.

Registered participants will receive a phone call on August 21 shortly before the start of the telephone town hall for which they signed up. Participation is toll free and easy - upon receiving the invitation phone call on August 21, registered participants will hear simple instructions about how to listen, ask questions, and leave messages.

"These call-ins are just part of my efforts to understand the concerns of the more than 700,000 constituents across the 15 counties I represent in the Sixth District," added Gordon.

Tennessee's Sixth Congressional District includes the following counties: Bedford, Cannon, Clay, DeKalb, Jackson, Macon, Marshall, Overton, Putnam, Robertson, Rutherford, Smith, Sumner, Trousdale, and part of Wilson.

Smithville Woman Charged with Passing Forged Instrument at Local Pharmacy

August 7, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page

A 30 year old Smithville woman is charged with passing a forged instrument at a local pharmacy,

In his weekly press release, Smithville Police Chief Richard Jennings reports that Sara Rea Edmonds of 318 West Broad Street, Apartment 202, Smithville will be in court on the charge August 27th and her bond is $25,000

Smithville Police Officer Matt Farmer conducted an investigation about forged prescriptions being passed at Rite Aid Pharmacy in Smithville and he developed a suspect in the case. On August 2nd at approximately 5:50 p.m., the suspect entered Rite Aid Pharmacy and passed another forged prescription. Officer Farmer was not on duty but contacted Smithville K-9 Officer Brad Tatrow and sent him to Rite Aid Pharmacy. Officer Tatrow made contact with Edmonds and determined that she was attempting to pass a forged prescription for Hydrocodone pills. She was arrested and charged in the case.

34 year old Jo Ann Rutland, also known as Jo Ann Certain, of 2392 Bright Hill Road, Smithville is charged in connection with the theft of a purse belonging to Michelle Burklow. Bond for Rutland is $10,000 and her court date is August 20th .

Burklow's purse was stolen from the Board of Education building on July 27th. The purse contained items valued at over $1,000. An investigation conducted by Smithville Police Officer Matt Farmer led to the arrest of Rutland.

27 year old Andrea Nicole Bass of 1018 Roy Womack Road, Smithville is charged with violation of probation. She was arrested on August 2nd by Smithville Police Officer Randy King. Bass' original conviction was for possession of drug paraphernalia. Her court date is August 27th.

Smithville Police Officer Matt Farmer arrested 32 year old Nena Bell Sprague of Ole Possum Road, Watertown on a capias for failing to appear in General Sessions Court.

27 year old Patrick Nelson Blevins of 620 Anderson Ridge Road, Silver Point is charged with public intoxication, possession of a schedule VI controlled substance, and possession of drug paraphernalia. His total bond is $3,000 and his court date is August 20th.

Smithville Police Officer Matt Farmer was sent to South Mountain Street, Smithville on August 5th around 8:58 p.m. to investigate a complaint of a man walking in the middle of the roadway. Officer Farmer made contact with Blevins and determined that he was intoxicated. Witnesses told Officer Farmer they saw Blevins throw something into the bushes. Officer Farmer found a small black and red bag in the bushes. The bag contained a small amount of a green leafy plant material, believed to be marijuana and some rolling papers. During the search of Blevins, a pipe was found in his jacket pocket that Officer Farmer believed was used to smoke marijuana.

49 year old Grover Lamont Jones of 627 Restview Drive, Smithville is charged with theft of property under $500. His bond is $1,000 and his court date is September 1st.

Smithville Police Detective Jerry Hutchins was dispatched to Food Lion on South Congress Boulevard on August 6th at 9:50 p.m. to investigate a report of a shoplifter. Upon arrival, Detective Hutchins made contact with Jones and during the investigation, found four bottles of vanilla extract in Jones' front pocket belonging to Food Lion that had not been paid for.

Chief Jennings says if any citizen has any knowledge of criminal activity occurring in our community, please report it to the proper authorities. Any information received by the Smithville Police Department will be confidential.

Officers Identified in Warren County Investigation

August 7, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page

The four officers implicated in a suspected insurance fraud and illegal prescription drug distribution scheme in McMinnville have been identified.

One of them is now a former employee of the DeKalb County Sheriff's Department who resigned this week after his name surfaced in the investigation. Although Sheriff Patrick Ray, in a prepared statement, did not reveal the name of the employee "until the investigation is completed", the Southern Standard on Friday identified Larry Pedigo, Jr., as the employee. Pedigo is also a former McMinnville Police Officer.

According to the report, the two McMinnville Police Officers, Cam Conry and Daniel Clayton have been fired under the state's at-will policy and David Seibers, a deputy with the Warren County Sheriff's Department , remains on unpaid suspension pending the results of an internal affairs investigation by the department.

No one has yet been charged.

A raid was conducted Monday morning by state and Warren County law enforcement agencies at the Ameri-Care Urgent Care Clinic on South Chancery Street in McMinnville where the suspected illegal activity had been taking place.

The TBI and District Attorney's Office are investigating

DeKalb Beer Board Delays Revocation Hearing

August 7, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page

The DeKalb County Beer Board could decide next month whether to revoke the off premises permit of Nicole's Market at 7024 Short Mountain Highway.

The board met briefly Thursday night but voted to defer the revocation hearing until the September 3rd meeting. The delay was requested by the county attorney Hilton Conger, who could not attend last night's meeting. Attorney Frank Buck, who will be representing the owners of Nicole's Market, also requested a postponement since he has just been retained and hasn't had an opportunity to prepare for the hearing.

Last month, the beer board denied an application for an off premises permit to Debbie Sacran, the owner of D & D Market at 7166 Short Mountain Highway, because the store is only 840 feet from the Mount Pisgah Free Will Baptist Church.

DeKalb County has a rule forbidding the sale, storage and manufacture of beer and like beverages within 2,000 feet (or some lesser distance) of schools, churches, and other places of public gathering.

The problem is, the beer board, in November 2008, granted an off premises permit to Areceli Soto Godinez, the owner of Nicole's Market, formerly known as Kilgore's Grocery, which is only 1,447 feet from the Mount Pisgah Free Will Baptist Church.

Members of the beer board say they were unaware that Nicole's Market did not meet the distance requirement when they approved the application, assuming that the applicant understood the rules when he filed. No one from the community appeared before the beer board at the time to object and the board apparently made no attempt to verify the distance between the store and the church, until this summer, after the controversy came to light.

So after denying D & D Market's application, the board also voted last month to schedule a hearing to consider revoking the license of Nicole's Market.

Sarah Cripps, attorney for David and Debbie Sacran, says that's not acceptable. She says since the beer board has already violated the 2,000 foot distance requirement by making an exception for one store, it cannot now enforce the rule on anyone. Cripps says she plans to file an appeal to either the Chancery or Circuit Court.

County Attorney Hilton Conger says an erroneous permit issued by the beer board inadvertently can legally be revoked, without invalidating the distance requirement.

A petition bearing the names of dozens of citizens in the community opposed to the sale of beer at D & D Market was presented to the beer board last month.

Since then, Sacran says a petition has been placed at D & D Market where so far more than four hundred signatures have been obtained from people not opposed to the sale of beer at D& D Market. "We had no petition until neighbors started to come in and ask us about the petition that was being circulated asking them to oppose us selling beer. So neighbors came in the store, even some who had signed the petition in opposition saying they did so just to get those people (circulating the petition) to leave us alone, and they asked us to start a petition for those not opposed to the sale of beer at D & D Market. It's been a couple of weeks and right now we have 463 signatures. The community is mad. This is a common sense thing. What is the big deal? Those opposing have no problem going to Walmart, Food Lion, Rite Aid, or any of your other stores who sell beer. We are a family run business and we will remain so. But the community is livid that we would be asked to turn our backs and not sell a commodity that like businesses on the same road are selling. We appreciate that. They have the common sense to understand the real issue here."

Sacran says she is also concerned about a letter to the editor in a local newspaper signed by the owner of another convenience market in the area suggesting that there is a dispute between D & D Market and Nicole's Market. "There has never been a dispute between Nicole's Market and D & D Market and there is not now a dispute between us. The dispute is between D & D Market and the DeKalb County Beer Board."

Liberty Mayor and Two Aldermen Re-elected

August 6, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page

Liberty voters re-elected Mayor J. Edward Hale and Aldermen Jarrett Pistole and William H. Reynolds, Jr. to new two year terms Thursday.

This year's Liberty Municipal Election was uncontested.

Reynolds received 32 votes while Pistole and Hale each had 30 votes.

A total of 34 people voted in the election.

The Liberty Mayor and Board of Aldermen is made up of Mayor Hale and Aldermen Pistole, Reynolds, Paul M. Neal, Dwight Mathis, and Todd Dodd.

Former Circuit Court Clerk Employee Indicted for Theft

August 6, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page
 Tonya Page
Jamie Dean Murphy
Tonya Gay Silcox
Joseph Edward Mantz, Jr.
Mary Lee Mantz

A former bookkeeper at the DeKalb County Circuit Court Clerk's Office has been charged in a Grand Jury sealed indictment with theft over $1,000.

36 year old Tonya D. Page of Jacobs Pillar Road, Smithville will appear in DeKalb County Criminal Court for arraignment on August 17th. Her bond is $25,000

The charges stem from a TBI investigation into a cash shortage of $8,501 in General Sessions Court funds, which was discovered during an annual state audit

At the time of the discovery, Circuit Court Clerk Katherine Pack said she made the District Attorney General's Office aware of the shortage and the D.A. requested the TBI investigation. Ms. Pack says the shortage occurred during the period of time when she was out of the office undergoing surgery.

Page was initially hired as a clerk in the office three years ago and later became a bookkeeper. She was recently terminated from her employment there.

The case against Page was presented to the Grand Jury by the TBI.

Meanwhile, Sheriff Patrick Ray says his department investigated two cases that were presented to the grand jury for sealed indictments this week.

34 year old Jamie Dean Murphy of Evins Mill Road Smithville is charged with criminal responsibility for aggravated statutory rape. His bond is $25,000. Sheriff Ray says while investigating an aggravated statutory rape case earlier this year, county detectives learned that a 31 year old woman, Brandy Egerton of Page Drive, Smithville allegedly had a sexual relationship with a 17 year old male juvenile and was charged with the crime in March of this year. Detectives allege that Murphy participated in this crime.

37 year old Tonya Gay Silcox of West Main Street Liberty is charged with two counts of forgery, two counts of passing a forged instrument, and theft of property over $500. Her bond is $25,000. Sheriff Ray says last month, county detectives received a theft report alleging that four checks along with a solid gold college ring were stolen from a residence on Fourth Street in Smithville. Detectives discovered that Silcox had sold a ring fitting the description of the stolen ring at a jewelry store in Smithville. Detectives retrieved the ring and the victim identified it. Detectives also learned that Silcox had forged two of the victim’s checks which were passed at a business in DeKalb County.

The Grand Jury also returned a sealed indictment in a case presented by the Smithville Police Department.

50 year old Joseph Edward Mantz Jr. and 47 year old Mary Lee Mantz of Dogwood Point Road McMinnville are charged with three counts of sale of a schedule II drug, three counts of delivery of a schedule II drug, two counts of sale of a schedule III drug, and two counts of delivery of a schedule III drug. Bond for both was set at $50,000 each.

All defendants will appear for arraignment in criminal court on Monday, August 17th at 9:00 a.m.

DeKalb Sheriff's Department Employee Resigns Amid Allegations in Warren County Investigation

August 5, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page

An employee at the DeKalb County Sheriff's Department has resigned after his name surfaced along with three other Warren County/McMinnville Police officers in an investigation into illegal distribution of prescription drugs and TennCare fraud at the Ameri-Care Urgent Care Clinic in McMinnville.

In a prepared statement, Sheriff Patrick Ray states that "on August 3rd, I was formally advised of an active investigation involving one of my employees. On August 4th, I placed the employee on paid administrative leave pending outcome of the investigation. Then on August 5th, the employee resigned their employment from the Sheriff's Department."

"The DeKalb County Sheriff's Office is conducting an internal investigation and is fully cooperating with all investigating agencies in this matter. The nature of my department's internal investigation centers around a probe being conducted in Warren County and the investigation will seek to determine if the former employee's conduct was criminal in nature."

"At this time the former employee's name is being withheld until the investigation is completed."

According to the Southern Standard, a raid was conducted Monday morning by state and Warren County law enforcement agencies at the Ameri-Care Urgent Care Clinic on South Chancery Street in McMinnville amid allegations of TennCare fraud, other insurance fraud, and illegal distribution of drugs.

A Warren County Sheriff's deputy has been placed on unpaid suspension and an internal personnel probe is being conducted at the McMinnville Police Department where two officers there have been implicated in the case.

The DeKalb County employee is a former patrolman with the McMinnville Police Department

Since the Monday raid, investigators have been going through paperwork trying to figure out whether prescription drugs and narcotics were really being sold illegally.
Officials said so far no charges have been filed.

Vance Among More than Sixty Indicted by Grand Jury

August 4, 2009
by: 
Dwayne Page
 Comer Vance

A 39 year old man has been indicted by the DeKalb County Grand Jury in connection with a recent burglary and theft at K & M Jewelry on West Broad Street.

Comer Thomas Vance is indicted on charges of burglary, theft over $60,000, felony vandalism, and unlawful possession of a weapon.

Vance was among more than sixty defendants indicted by the Grand Jury Monday and Tuesday. Six sealed indictments were returned naming seven defendants. There were two "No" true bills. All will appear in criminal court for arraignment on Monday, August 17th at 9:00 a.m.

In the Vance case, Smithville Police Investigator Jerry Hutchins, Jr. says sometime during the early morning hours of Thursday, June 25th, Vance allegedly entered the business by removing plywood covering a window. Once inside, a safe, containing jewelry, was taken from the store. The intruder also busted out glass in the display cases and removed more jewelry. The total value of the stolen jewelry was estimated at $100,000.

The owner of the business, Mark Violet, discovered the burglary and theft when he arrived to open up the store later that morning.

As a result of the investigation and with assistance from an informant, Vance was identified as a suspect in the crime. Police spotted Vance, who was as a passenger in a Ford Thunderbird, on West Broad Street Saturday, June 27th. The car was pulled over and Vance, also charged in warrants unrelated to the burglary case, was taken into custody. Police confiscated a stolen nine millimeter handgun, which was loaded. Most of the jewelry taken in the break-in at K & M. Jewelry has also been recovered.

Sergeant Joey Jones assisted in the traffic stop that led to Vance's arrest.

Meanwhile, Reed Davis Edge, who is a constable in the second district, was indicted by the Grand Jury on a charge of simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance (marijuana). His wife, Sonya Kaye Edge was indicted for driving under the influence.

On Sunday, February 15th deputies stopped Mrs Edge for weaving from the center line to the shoulder of the roadway several times. The vehicle was pulled over on Old Mill Hill Road. Upon talking to Mrs. Edge, officers detected a strong odor of alcohol coming from within the vehicle. Edge had red watery eyes and a smell of alcohol on her person. She submitted to field sobriety tasks which she failed. She was charged with driving under the influence.

Mr. Edge was a passenger in the vehicle. During a search, the officer found a pouch under Edge's seat containing several bags, one of which had a small amount of marijuana.

Others indicted and their charges are as follows:

Ashley M. Anderson- filing a false report, tampering with evidence, and no drivers license

Lisa Marie Arnold- simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia

Jimmy R. Baker- violation of the sex offender registry (failure to report) and violation of the sex offender law (residing where a minor lives)

Ernest Paul Barnwell- possession of a schedule II & III controlled substance for sale and delivery, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of prohibited weapons, driving on a revoked license, and driving on a revoked licensed enhanced to a third offense.

Robert Paul Brawley- aggravated burglary, theft over $500, and theft over $1,000

Jeremy A. Bilbrey- driving under the influence, DUI per se, and DUI enhanced to a second offense

Brandy Bone- worthless checks (2 counts)

Jessica Brett and Oliver Eiland- filing a false report

Christopher E. Bush- aggravated burglary, theft over $1,000 (2 counts), theft under $500 (2 counts), theft over $500 (2 counts)

Brandon Byford- theft of property over $1,000, theft of property under $500, and resisting arrest

William Andrew Cantrell- evading arrest, driving on a revoked license, and driving on a revoked license enhanced to a third offense

Christopher Joseph Cantrell- driving under the influence

Jose Gerarvo Carrillo- driving under the influence, DUI enhanced to second offense, driving on a revoked license, and violation of the open container law.

Joshua Cripps- reckless endangerment, possession of prohibited weapons, following too closely, a light law violation, simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance (marijuana), and possession of drug paraphernalia

Billy W. Crook, Jr.- simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance and resisting arrest.

Johnny L. Devault and Ashley J. Ferrell- criminal responsibility for facilitation of robbery, conspiracy to commit robbery, attempted robbery, and assault.

Tony L. Edge- driving on a revoked license, possession of drug paraphernalia, and driving on a revoked license enhanced to a third offense

Brandy M. Egerton- aggravated statutory rape

Jackie Darrell Ervin- driving on a suspended license

Michael E. Evans- driving under the influence and possession of a handgun while under the influence

Michael Eugene Evans- child neglect (under 18 years of age) 2 counts

Nathan D. Farris- driving under the influence, violation of the implied consent law, reckless driving, and violation of the open container law

Mistey D. Goff- forgery (2 counts) and passing a forged instrument (2 counts)

Tiffany C. Gora- aggravated robbery and theft under $500

Lorenzo A. Hernandez- driving on a revoked license and driving on a revoked license enhanced to a fifth offense.

James A. Hesson- violation of the sex offender registry

Craig A. Hill- theft over $1,000 and vandalism under $500

Howard R. Holmes and Anna Holmes- assault

Jill Kennedy- worthless check

Vanessa Louise Lance- possession of drug paraphernalia

Michael Francis Lawlor, Jr.- driving under the influence, driving on a revoked license, DUI enhanced to a fifth offense, driving on a revoked license enhanced, and violation of the implied consent law.

Brandon N. Loader- driving under the influence, violation of the implied consent law, and DUI enhanced to the fourth offense

Jimmy Brown Martin- driving under the influence, violation of the implied consent law, and DUI enhanced to a third offense.

Gary Edward Matthews- speeding, violation of the financial responsibility law, simple possession of a schedule III controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving on a revoked license, and introduction of a controlled substance into a penal institution.

Patsy L. McCoy- aggravated burglary and theft under $500

Scotty Wayne Neisz- aggravated statutory rape and violation of the sex offender registry and monitoring act

Timothy Patrick- worthless check and reckless driving

Kimberly A. Patterson- forgery, passing a forged instrument, and theft under $500

Timothy E. Peden- aggravated burglary and theft of property over $1,000

Stephen Hunter Pugh- possession of drug paraphernalia, resisting arrest, and theft under $500

Joshua Keith Ramsey- simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance(marijuana) and simple possession of a schedule IV controlled substance (xanax)

Bradley Shane Redmon-theft of property under $500 (2 counts), aggravated burglary (2 counts), theft over $10,000, and theft over $1,000

Carlos Reyes- driving under the influence, DUI enhanced to a second offense, driving on a revoked license, and violation of the implied consent law.

Jo Ann Rutland- theft of property under $500

Jeffrey L.Sanders- driving under the influence

Sharon K. Skinner- theft over $500

Sharon K. Skinner and Eddie LeRoy Taylor- forgery (5 counts) and passing a forged instrument (5 counts)

Danny L. Smithson, Jr.- driving under the influence, driving on a revoked license, DUI enhanced to a fourth offense, driving on a revoked license enhanced to a fifth offense, and possession of prohibited weapons

Alfonso A. Soto- driving under the influence, failure to carry a drivers license, and criminal impersonation

Paul E. Stanley- driving under the influence

Tina Keith Stephens- driving under the influence, driving on a revoked license, violation of the implied consent law, and DUI enhanced to the fourth offense.

Eddie LeRoy Taylor-simple possession of a schedule III controlled substance

Ricardo A. Vega-driving on a revoked license (2 counts)

Napoleon B. Wainwright- driving under the influence

Dennis Allan Wright- driving under the influence and simple possession of marijuana

Christopher E. Young- driving under the influence, DUI enhanced to a fourth offense, driving on a revoked license, driving on a revoked license enhanced to a fourth offense, violation of the implied consent law, simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, burglary, and theft of property under $500

Jonathon R. Young- forgery (2 counts) and passing a forged instrument (2 counts)

Tina Beth Young- driving under the influence

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