News Herald Arrest Report
Lenoir City man is being held at Loudon County Jail for allegedly
making false 911 emergency calls.
Lenoir City Police Officer Nick Halsey wrote in his report that
on Nov. 28 Bobby Lynn Brown had allegedly made “hundreds” of false
911 emergency calls. Brown has faced similar charges in the past,
“... Bobby Brown had an innocent bystander call in to 911 for
suicidal thoughts. When defendant was transported to ER he stated,
‘As God is my witness I would never hurt myself’,” Halsey said.
“‘Please take me home.’”
Halsey also said that Brown had been previously warned “as close
as four hours ago.”
According to LCPD, Brown had been arrested Sept. 21 and Sept. 26
for making false 911 emergency calls.
Brown was charged with misuse of 911 emergency system and held
LC man jailed
A Lenoir City man is being held on $50,000 bond after allegedly
breaking into a home and stealing items from the residence.
LCPD Det. Jack Fine wrote in his report that on Nov. 26 a
10-year-old girl was awakened from sleep to the sound of her front
door being forced open.
Fine identified one of the intruders as Julio Morales Zamudio,
25, who was accompanied by another man. Zamudio and the man stole a
television, Fine said.
The report did not state if an adult was at the residence during
“She states that Morales asked her if her father was at home,
when she said no both individuals got into a small gray car and
left,” Fine said. “The entry was made through the front door and the
door jam around the dead bolt lock was busted. The value of the TV
set is $388. The damage to the door is $300.”
Morales Zamudio was charged with violation of probation-theft
under $500, failure to appear-driving on a suspended license, theft
of property, especially aggravated burglary, vandalism and driving
on a revoked/suspended license.
- Steven Hunter Breeden, 35, Knoxville, was charged with
possession of drug paraphernalia and driving on a
revoked/suspended license and held on $4,000 bond. Stopping a
vehicle for going 39 mph in a 30 mph zone, LCPD Officer Jason
Felts wrote in his report that the driver, Breeden, was found to
have been driving on a suspended license. “After consent to
search of the vehicle was given, drug paraphernalia was found in
his jacket,” Felts said. “... Mr. Breeden stated he had some
needles and a pipe in his black jacket.”
- David James Ervin, 31, Lenoir City, was charged with driving
on a revoked license and released on $1,000 bond. Dispatched to
a Lenoir City retail store in reference to a shoplifter, LCPD
Officer Brandon Gentry wrote in his report that Ervin was found
to have an active warrant out of Loudon County General Sessions
Court for driving on a revoked license.
- Jessica Anne Miller, 42, Knoxville, was charged with
violation of probation and released without bond.
- Ashley Malia Bennett, 21, Loudon, was charged with driving
under the influence and released on $2,000 bond. Loudon County
Sheriff’s Office Deputy Charlie Huskin wrote in his report that
Bennett was allegedly passed out behind the steering wheel of
her vehicle, which was parked against the speed limit sign at
Muddy Creek Road and Highway 11. Huskin noted that the vehicle
was still running and Bennett had red, watery eyes, slurred
speech and was unsteady on her feet.
- Nicholas Sean Follis, 23, Lenoir City, was charged with
aggravated domestic assault and released on $15,000 bond. LCPD
Officer Tim Holloway wrote in his report that Follis hit a man
and attempted to strike him again with a wrench. The witnesses
also said that Follis later came back to the living room of the
home “where he displayed and threatened them with a .22
revolver.” “Upon speaking to Nicholas Sean Follis, he stated
that the altercation was a result of an argument between him and
his girlfriend, who had already left the scene prior to police
arrival,” Holloway said. “He did say he got the (gun) and
displayed it so as to be able to leave the home without any
further physical altercation.”
- Adam Reed Walker, 26, Madisonville, was charged with driving
on a revoked/suspended license and released on $2,000 bond.
- Justin Ray Cates, 27, New Market, was charged with
possession of a Schedule III substance-Xanax and released on
$3,000 bond. Responding to a call of a suspicious vehicle, LCPD
Officer Jason Arden wrote in his report that the driver, Cates,
allegedly had red, glassy eyes and slurred speech. “This officer
also observed a black handgun on the passenger seat,” Arden
said. “... Upon searching the vehicle, this officer discovered
two small blue oval shaped pills in a plastic bag that were
identified as Xanax 1.0mg. Mr. Cates stated that he does not
have a prescription for this and was placed under arrest for
possession of Schedule III.”
- Jorge Luis Mejia, 18, Lenoir City, was charged with
violation of probation and held without bond. Stopping a vehicle
with a broken brake light, LCPD Officer Nick Halsey wrote in his
report that Mejia was found to have a warrant for violation of
- Stephanie Danielle Bailey, 30, Clinton, was charged with
violation of probation and held on $2,000 bond.
- Wesley Thomas Burton, 24, Loudon, was charged with failure
to appear-general sessions and contempt of court and released on
- Shala Jo-Lenn Kean, 29, Oak Ridge, was charged with theft
under $500 and released on $2,000 bond. LCPD Officer Jason Felts
wrote in his report that Kean was observed concealing items
without paying for the merchandise, which totaled over $200, at
a Lenoir City retail store.
- Scott Lynn Myers, 44, Philadelphia, was charged with two
counts of domestic assault and released on $10,000 bond. LCSO
Deputy J.C. Schultz wrote in his report that Myers was arrested
on a domestic assault warrant at his Philadelphia residence.
- Michael Chase Barron, 20, Loudon, was charged with violation
of probation and held on $1,000 bond.
- Amanda Brook Mullins, 29, Lenoir City, was charged with a
Knox County warrant and released without bond.
- Samantha Sue Skipper, 28, Vonore, was charged with failure
to appear-theft and public intoxication and violation of
probation-Lenoir City court and held on $10,000 bond.
- Michael Vestal Smallen, 50, Loudon, was charged with
contempt of court and criminal impersonation and held on $2,400
bond. Stopping a vehicle for seat belt violations, Tennessee
Highway Patrol Trooper Alexander Evans wrote in his report that
he noticed the rear passenger “was acting nervous.” Evans said
the passenger, Smallen, gave false identification. “When asked
why he lied about his (social security number) he stated that he
had a warrant for failure to pay child support in 12/2/2006,”
- Matthew Paul Bingham, 36, Greenback, was charged with
contempt of court and released on $916 bond.
- Eddie Ray Fields, 29, Lenoir City, was charged with
assisting other agency and released on $1,000 bond.
- Aaron Lee Freeman, 32, Lenoir City, was charged with
domestic assault and released on $1,000 bond. LCSO Deputy
Charlie Parker talked with a woman, who said that Freeman
allegedly pushed her against the wall and hit her in the
stomach. Parker also said Freeman had a strong odor of an