A Manchester man has been arrested for allegedly stealing a truck from a local car lot.
35 year old Brady Gordon Cunningham is charged with theft of property over $10,000. He was arrested on January 17. His bond is $18,500 and he will be in court January 31.
Sheriff Patrick Ray said that on Monday, January 14 Cunningham took a 2006 black Chevrolet pickup truck from Jason's Auto Sales on Nashville Highway. The value of the truck is $11,500. The case was investigated by a criminal detective of the sheriff's department.
Meanwhile, 30 year old Joshua Kevin Vickers is charged with burglary and theft of property over $1,000. He was arrested on January 11. His bond totals $10,000. He will be in court on January 31.
Sheriff Ray said that on October 12 , Vickers allegedly broke into an outbuilding on Green Hill Road in Liberty by kicking in the front door.He allegedly took a chainsaw, leaf blower, a cordless screwdriver set, battery charger and various other items including a 1997 Honda four wheeler all valued at over $1,000. The case was investigated by a criminal detective of the sheriff's department.
21 year old Joshua Samuel Garrett of Coon Branch Road, Alexandria is charged with domestic assault. He was arrested on January 18. His bond is $3,000 and he will be in court on February 7.
Sheriff Ray said that on Friday, January 18 a sheriff's department deputy responded to DeKalb County High School to investigate a complaint of a domestic assault which occurred at Garrett's residence. The officer spoke to a 17 year old girl who had a busted lip and bruising on her right hand and arm. She said that her brother, Joshua had assaulted her because she did not feel good and had nothing to wear to school. The deputy went to Garrett's home and spoke to him. He determined that Garrett was the primary aggressor.
20 year old Austin Lee Rudolph of Mount Juliet is charged with public intoxication. He was also issued a citation for underage consumption. His bond is $1,000 and he will be in court January 31.
Sheriff Ray said that on Saturday, January 19 a sheriff's department deputy responded to a complaint of a loud party on Oak Drive. Upon arrival, the officer spoke to a man, Rudolph who was very belligerent and unsteady on his feet. His speech was slurred and he had a very strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his person. Rudolph, while trying to flee on foot, fell down a hill. Due to his level of intoxication and for his own safety, Rudolph was placed under arrest.