Hendrixson Among More than 50 Indicted by Grand Jury Monday

November 29, 2010
by: 
Dwayne Page
Zachary Ross Hendrixson

A 24 year old man, who allegedly used somebody else's 2006 Mastercraft X45 ski boat several times over the summer without the owner's permission to entertain friends on the lake, was indicted Monday by the Grand Jury with vandalism over $10,000 and joyriding.

Zachary Ross Hendrixson was also indicted in a separate case, charging him with burglary and theft over $1,000. He will be arraigned in criminal court on the charges Monday, December 13th.

Sheriff Patrick Ray said Hendrixson was arrested on Monday, July 19th after the owner of the boat took warrants against him. The boat, which was docked at the time at Hurricane Marina, apparently received some damage to the interior and exterior while Hendrixson was using it. The boat is valued at approximately $100,000.

According to Sheriff Ray, Hendrixson took the boat out on the lake several times. " He has been going down there since Memorial Day, taking people out on that boat, falsely claiming it belonged to his family. He even published pictures of the outings on his Face Book account."

When the owner discovered that Hendrixson had been using the boat, he had him charged in the case.

After a further investigation, Sheriff Ray said Hendrixson was also charged with theft of property over $1,000 for allegedly taking items off another boat."We started an investigation and found that he had stolen a surf board, a wake board, and life jackets from a boat at Cove Hollow Marina, valued at $1,180."

Hendrixson is also accused of committing a theft at a residence on Mullican Drive, where tools and a battery charger were taken, valued at $250. Sheriff Ray said those items were later recovered in Mount Juliet.

Hendrixson is one of more than fifty people who were indicted by the Grand Jury Monday. Three people have been named in sealed indictments but their names cannot be disclosed until they are arrested. All those indicted Monday will be arraigned in criminal court on Monday, December 13th at 9:00 a.m.

In addition to Hendrixson, those indicted and their charges are as follows:

Mark Anthony Violet- theft over $1,000 (2 counts)

Lydia R. Judkins- introduction of contraband into a penal institution

Brandon Gurley- domestic assault

Brandon Gurley & Jamie L. Hodges-manufacture of methamphetamine

Robert "Bobby" Morris Turner- Rape

Ellissa S. Howard- DUI

Corey Wade Thomas- possession of a schedule IV controlled substance

Christopher J. Garrett- introduction of contraband into a penal institution

Justin C. Hale- theft over $10,000 and vandalism over $1,000

Michael E. Brown- driving on a revoked license (9th offense)

Jared M. Staggs-theft over $10,000 and auto burglary (2 counts); and DUI

Brian R. Gadbois- aggravated kidnaping and domestic assault

Barry A. Gibbs- theft over $10,000, evading arrest, and reckless endangerment

Nena B. Sprague- driving on a suspended license

William A. Cantrell- driving on a revoked license (3rd offense)

Chasity J. Phillips- possession of a schedule III controlled substance and possession of paraphernalia

Kenny Ray Herman- driving under the influence

Mary E. Tanner- initiation of a process to manufacture methamphetamine

Barry Cecil Ford- possession of a schedule III controlled substance, possession of a schedule IV controlled substance, possession of a schedule VI controlled substance, and driving on a revoked license

James Clarence Adamson- aggravated assault, violation of the habitual motor vehicle offender order, driving on a revoked license, and leaving the scene of an accident

William B. Seals, Jr.- driving under the influence (2nd offense)

Johnny A. Murphy, Jr.- possession of a schedule III controlled substance

Michael S. Saylors- possession of a schedule II controlled substance for resale and possession of paraphernalia

Jonathan D. Goff- assault

John A. Judkins, Sr.- assault and evading arrest

Darnell F. Gurley- prescription fraud

Grady L. Murphy- theft over $500

Tracey L. Guthrie- driving under the influence and violation of the implied consent law

David W. Gains- promoting the manufacture of methamphetamine (2 charges)

Melisha R. Cantrell- possession of a schedule IV controlled substance, possession of a schedule II controlled substance, and possession of paraphernalia

Billy R. Huddleston- possession of a schedule III controlled substance and DUI (2nd offense)

Brittney D. Barnes- possession of a schedule IV controlled substance, possession of paraphernalia, and resisting arrest

Mark W. Green- promotion of the manufacture of meth, possession of a schedule II controlled substance, and possession of paraphernalia

Bradley Shane Redmon- promoting the manufacture of meth

Felicia Ann Walz- driving on a suspended license

Aaron D. Ponder- theft over $1,000; theft under $500; and driving on a suspended license

Aubrey Lee Kilgore- driving under the influence

Tracy A. Thomason- auto burglary and theft under $500

Kenny W. Dyal, Jr.- aggravated burglary (8 charges), theft over $1,000 (5 charges), theft over $500, theft under $500

David Dixon- aggravated assault

Johnny L. Devault- driving under the influence and violation of the implied consent law

Nieka D. Barrett- theft under $500

Gwynn G. Prater- theft under $500

Carlos L. Godsey- theft over $1,000

Edward L. Judkins, Jr. & Marie E. Biddle- aggravated burglary, theft over $500, vandalism under $500

Tony J. Reeder- driving under the influence (3rd offense) and violation of the implied consent law

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