A Morrison man has been arrested for allegedly stealing fishing rods and reels from a boat at Sligo Marina.
25 year old Jarrod Allen Herrin of Morrison is charged with burglary and theft of property under $500. His bond is $7,500 and he will be in court Thursday, June 5. Sheriff Patrick Ray said that on October 23, 2012, Herrin entered a pontoon boat at Sligo Boat Dock and took two rods and reels. The case was investigated by a Criminal Detective of the Sheriff's Department. Herrin was arrested on Tuesday, May 27.
27 year old Shauna Faye Stringer of Tubbs Street, Liberty is charged with domestic assault. Her bond is $2,500 and she will be in court June 5. Sheriff Ray said that on Thursday, May 29 a deputy was dispatched to Tubbs Street in Liberty in reference to a physical domestic in progress. When the officer arrived all the parties were separated and he spoke with Stringer, who informed him that she and a man started arguing and that she broke a window in the house. Stringer further stated that she punched the man in the head. She was determined to have been the primary aggressor and was arrested for domestic assault.
26 year old Robert Eugene Wright, III of Murfreesboro is charged with a fourth offense of driving under the influence. He was further issued citations for driving on a revoked license, failure to maintain lane of travel, and violation of implied consent. His bond is $6,000 and he will be in court June 19. Sheriff Ray said that on Friday, May 30 Wright was operating a motor vehicle on Highway 70 west in Dowelltown and left his lane of travel. A deputy conducted a traffic stop of Wright's vehicle and found him to have an odor of alcohol on his person. He was unsteady on his feet and his speech was slurred. Wright submitted to but performed poorly on all field sobriety tasks. Wright refused to voluntarily submit to a blood test. A computer check revealed that his license were revoked and that he has had three prior DUI convictions. Wright was placed under arrest for DUI.
54 year old Lonnie Ray Dyer of Short Mountain Highway, Smithville is charged with criminal trespass. His bond is $2,500 and he will be in court June 12. Sheriff Ray said that on Sunday, June 1 a deputy was dispatched to a residence on Short Mountain Highway for an unwanted guest. Upon arrival, the officer spoke with Dyer who was sitting in a chair on the front porch of the residence. While this is the home of a relative, Dyer knew he was not supposed to be there because he was arrested on August 24, 2013 for the aggravated burglary of and theft of property from this residence . Dyer had further been advised previously by another deputy not to be back on the property. Dyer did not have consent from the homeowner, who owns the property, to be back there. He was placed under arrest.