Stolen Gadgets Recovered, Two Arrested — Two Trezevant males had been arrested on Sept. 4 when stolen gadgets had been discovered to be of their possession.
William Timothy Vestal, 56, of 5 Clearview Avenue was charged with theft of property over $2,500, and Joseph Walters was charged with theft of things totaling over $5,000, felony possession of schedule II, and possession of a firearm through the fee of a felony. In keeping with the report by Deputy Probability Townes, whereas on patrol he noticed a Polaris Ranger becoming the outline of 1 lately reported as stolen within the entrance yard at Vestal’s residence and located Vestal and Walters there on the property. Through the course of investigation, deputies decided that the Ranger was the one reported as stolen, and deputies discovered different stolen gadgets at that property, together with two firearms. Different stolen gadgets had been later discovered at Walters’ residence. A substance believed to be methamphetamine was present in a lunch field contained in the Ranger together with Walters’ drivers license.
Fraud — The Sheriff’s Division is investigating a current case of fraud.
A Cedar Grove man contacted deputies on Sept. 9 and mentioned that his spouse had been contacted by somebody claiming to be with their financial institution’s fraud division relating to their Amazon account. At this particular person’s instruction, she bought $1,500 in present playing cards and gave him the code numbers off the playing cards. Investigator Adam Meggs suggested the victims that they’d been scammed.
DUI — Richard Michael Garner, 57, of Lyles was charged with DUI and violation of implied consent on Sept. 3 in McKenzie.
Deputy Michael Sevarns reported that he was taking part in a DUI checkpoint on Freeway 79 when a automobile pushed by Garner was stopped on the checkpoint. Whereas talking with Garner, Sevarns detected the odor of alcohol, and, when requested about it, Garner mentioned he had lately been consuming alcoholic drinks and smoking marijuana. Whereas being given subject sobriety assessments, Garner mentioned he couldn’t and wouldn’t full the assessments after which refused to undergo a blood-alcohol or breath check.
Public Intoxication — Tyler Edward Stewart, 27, of 1760 Clarksburg Highway, Huntingdon, was charged with public intoxication on Sept. 1 at his residence.
Deputy Michael Sevarns reported that deputies responded to Stewart’s residence after receiving a name that Stewart had pulled a knife on a member of the family. Upon arrival, deputies discovered that Stewart smelled of alcohol, was slurring his phrases, and was unsteady on his ft. Stewart admitted to consuming a number of beers all through the day. One witness on the scene mentioned that Stewart had positioned a knife to his father’s neck, however different witnesses mentioned that didn’t occur. Deputies discovered no knife on the scene, however noticed that Stewart had current cuts on his fingers.
Fraud — An Atwood girl lately reported being a sufferer of fraud.
She instructed deputies on Sept. 4 she obtained an e mail stating that over $1,400 had been charged to her PayPal account. She referred to as a quantity supplied on the e-mail and a male topic instructed her to buy $1,200 in present playing cards after which give him the codes on the playing cards. After doing this, she beginning pondering it may be a rip-off, so she contacted her financial institution to cease cost earlier than contacting the Sheriff’s Division.