DUI leaving the scene of the accident – Gabrielle N. Cheatham, 19, of Lewisburg, Tennessee, was charged with DUI and left the scene shortly after midnight on January 31st.
Officer Mark Boaz was called to a parking lot on the Bethel campus where Bethel Security was looking after a driver who had hit a light pole in the parking lot. It was discussed that the driver with her car hit a sign on campus as well. Officer Boaz performed several field sobriety tests and found she was drunk. She was taken to Carroll County Jail.
Domestic Assault, Assault, and Domestic Assault – Steven A. Savoy, 31, Union Church Road, McKenzie, was charged with Assault and Domestic Assault at 2 a.m. on January 28th
Officer Trey Boucher responded on 99 Tennessee Street, where Savoy is accused of hitting his brother Michael Kirslis with a bat in the face. Kirslis was taken to the hospital by ambulance. Arrest warrants have been filed against Savoy.
Domestic Assault – Ricky J. Lott, 38, of Whitleyville, Tennessee, was charged with domestic violence on January 28 at 11:25 am after an altercation between him and his girlfriend, Gabrielle Wood, 21, at the same address.
Officer Cody Coleman responded to the Forrest Circle Trailer Park after the park manager called the police to report a fight. Deputy Chief Ricky Sawyers, Lt. Ryan White and Coleman responded to the scene. Sawyers had pulled Mr. Lott out of the vehicle and Coleman handcuffed him. Lott was put in the patrol car.
Lott had cuts on his right ankle. Miss Wood had blood on her palm and one nostril.
Lott was taken to Carroll County Jail.
Theft of goods – McKenzie’s Dollar General Store reported a shoplifter at 2 p.m. on January 26th
Officer Darren Davis replied. The subject was described as a white woman wearing a mask and carrying a backpack that was empty when she walked into the store and full when she left. The subject left in a red Ford Fusion before the police arrived.
Crime – Clinton Hoard, 34, McKenzie, was charged with criminal offenses on January 29 after causing a disturbance at the Dollar General Store.
Officer Mark Boaz charged Hoard of the crime because he was banned from entering the store.