By DAVID MELSON – [email protected]
Two suspects found in a dwelling on Liberty Pike outside the house Bell Buckle without permission Thursday confront drug-linked rates, the Bedford County Sheriff’s Business explained.
Taylor Michelle Ledbetter, 19, of Frank Martin Street allegedly had 1.2 grams of methamphetamine in her purse and meth pipes have been confiscated from in close proximity to the spot where by she had been with Spencer Damion Gurton, 25,of Rattlesnake Lodge Road, an investigative report claimed.
They told deputies they had been presented permission to be in the dwelling, which was denied by the home-owner.
Ledbetter was charged with possession of a schedule II drug and the two were being charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. She was held on $5,000 bond. Gurton was also billed with violation of probation and held with no bond.
•Jocorie Emonna Smith, 23, White Push was charged with possession of a timetable II drug Thursday when crystal methamphetamine was found in her vehicle exterior her household, a BCSO report claimed.
Deputies had been serving a warrant and seen Smith allegedly in the motor vehicle hoping to conceal a bag of meth. A different bag was discovered in a cigarette pack, the report stated.
Smith was held on $3,500 bond.
A mother and son ended up charged with shoplifting Tuesday at Greenback Basic Sector, North Main Street.
The supervisor informed police Shirley Cook dinner, 62, and son Timothy Edward Prepare dinner, 45, equally of Tate Avenue, have been stuffing objects into a purse and outfits.
Shirley told the manager she puts objects in her purse to make the value simpler to estimate when she pays. Store manager Abriana Speegle responded to Shirley that she’s been viewed ahead of in the retail outlet taking merchandise and not shelling out.
Modest things ranging from seven cigarette lighters combs ended up found in the purse, law enforcement mentioned. Two lighters ended up discovered on Timothy by an officer. The whole total of goods taken was $32.
Both of those were cited devoid of currently being arrested.
Theft from university
Tote bags, sneakers and socks were stolen overnight Tuesday from 1 of the transportable lecture rooms at Bedford County Vocational College, J.G. Helton Generate, police had been informed.
A window was damaged to attain entry.
A suspect in several gunshot-linked incidents very last summer months was taken into custody Thursday.
Michael Joseph Gamble, 22, of Smyrna is being held on $200,000 bond at Bedford County Jail.
Gamble, who police ended up advised is acknowledged on the street as “Beno,” allegedly fired several pictures in the Barksdale Lane region, pointed a gun in the face of a girl on Jennifer Circle and was seen and read holding and chambering a pistol in a movie check out with a jail inmate all through the summer time.
The following were being charged due to the fact Wednesday by the Shelbyville Law enforcement Department, Bedford County Sheriff’s Business office, Tennessee Freeway Patrol or 17th Judicial Distirct Drug Task Power. They are only billed guilt or innocence will be identified by the courts.
•Mark Anthony Buntley, 35, Tanner Circle domestic assault held, $3,500 bond
•Bradley Wayne Carter, 40, Methvin Push possession of drug paraphernalia, straightforward possession of program VI drug, very simple possession of agenda II drug launched, $6,000 bond
•Terrence Mauri Fortenberry, 27, homeless, Shelbyville probation revocation held, $2,500 bond
•Michael Joseph Gamble, 22, Smyrna assault with a fatal weapon (five counts), aggravated assault, felon in possession of a firearm held, $200,000 bond
•Raymond Harold Goad, 52, Singleton Highway driving on revoked license (14th count) released, $4,000 bond
•Darrell Steven Graves, 60, Whitaker Street probation revocation, clearly show induce hearing held, $2,500 bond
•Spencer Damion Gurton, 25, Rattlesnake Lodge Road possession of drug paraphernalia, violation of probation held, no bond
•Kyle Matthew Hamlin, 30, Fayetteville shoplifting produced on recognizance
•Jeremy Bryant Hardison, 47, Pepper Hill Street possession of firearm, firearm use in affiliation with dangerous felony, possession of drug paraphernalia held, $13,500 bond
•Jeremy James Hollingsworth, 20, Lynchburg failure to surface, bench warrant introduced, $5,000 bond
•Taylor Michelle Ledbetter, 19, Frank Martin Road possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of program II drug, bondsman surrender held, $5,000 bond
•Kazanie Malik Noel, 21, Warners Bridge Road evading arrest, reckless driving, failure to exhibit license on need, speeding, fiscal obligation introduced, $4,500 bond
•Danela M. Rodriguez-Robinson, 28, Gregory Mill Highway failure to show up unveiled on recognizance
•Dustin Rolando Robinson, 28, Gregory Mill Highway failure to seem launched, no bond
•Zachary Preston Schultz, 22, Canova Drive reckless/careless driving, dashing, failure to notify of address improve unveiled, $2,000 bond
•Jocorie Emonna Smith, 23, White Travel possession of agenda II drug held, $3,500 bond
•Derek Bradley Stout, 24, North Jefferson Street failure to show up held, $5,000 bond
•Damion Walden, 18, Cottonwood Drive domestic assault released, $2,500 daring
•Sydney Morgan York, 21, Shapard Street failure to seem introduced on recognizance