News Herald Arrest Report

Mother found with pot, meth and paraphernalia
 
A Philadelphia mother is being held at Loudon County Jail for possessing marijuana and drug paraphernalia, and her daughter is facing a charge for failing to appear in court after the two were stopped earlier this week in Philadelphia.

Loudon County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Cody Fritts wrote in his report that a man, identified as Jeremy Herwig, had been standing beside a car and that a K-9 team alerted to the presence of narcotics in the vehicle. Herwig allegedly had a strong odor of marijuana and told the deputy he had a pipe in the car and some marijuana in a canister on his key chain, Fritts said. More paraphernalia was found in the purse of Kristina Elizabeth Jones, 46, of Philadelphia.

“Upon searching the vehicle found inside Kristina Jones’ purse was a white substance that Ms. Jones stated was crystal methamphetamine,” Fritts said. “Also found inside the purse was a marijuana cigarette and a pipe and spoon used for smoking methamphetamine.”
 
Fritts also said that Herwig was cited into court for marijuana and drug paraphernalia and that Jones’ daughter, Karen Marie Davidson, 24, also of Philadelphia, was a backseat passenger and had an active warrant out of Loudon County General Sessions Court.
 
Jones was charged with Schedule II drug violations, simple possession/casual exchange and possession of drug paraphernalia and held on $11,500 bond.
Davidson was charged with failure to appear on possession of drug paraphernalia and released on $2,000 bond.
 
March 16
  • David John Clowers, 49, Caryville, was charged with failure to appear-general sessions and released on $3,000 bond.
     
  • Scott Allen Davis, 47, Kingston, was charged with violation of probation-second offense and held on $5,000 bond.
     
  • Benny Hugh Goley, 57, Lenoir City, was charged with theft of property and released on $5,000 bond. LCSO Deputy Billy Lewis wrote in his report that Goley was arrested at his home for a theft of property warrant.
     
  • William Joseph Lanter, 37, Loudon, was charged with violation of probation-second offense and released on $5,000 bond.
     
  • Alicia Dawn Partin, 23, Loudon, was charged with a Monroe County warrant and violation of community corrections and held without bond.
     
  • Brent Allen Snyder, 32, Loudon, was charged with failure to appear-general sessions and released on $3,000 bond.
March 17
  • Steven Richard Flickinger, 20, Madisonville, was charged with failure to appear-general sessions and released on $2,000 bond.
     
  • James Thomas Inman, 32, Sweetwater, was charged with violation of probation and released on $3,000 bond.
     
  • William Michael Johnson, 43, Sweetwater, was charged with violation of sex offender registry-address and released on $3,000 bond.
     
  • Vanessa Macile Moser, 31, Ten Mile, was charged with driving under the influence and released without bond. Stopping a vehicle for crossing the center line of the roadway twice and fog line once, Loudon Police Officer Bennie Houser wrote in his report that after he engaged his emergency lights, the truck continued. “Miss Moser then started to hand me the credit card and realized it was her license. She then gave me her license,” Houser said about speaking with Moser after stopping the vehicle. “... Moser stated she was tired but had taken her two daily doses of Suboxone 8mg.” Moser performed poorly on field sobriety tasks.
     
  • Joey Lee Roberts, 48, Sweetwater, was charged with violation of probation and a Monroe County warrant and released without bond.
March 18
  • Emily Jewell Grissom, 44, Loudon, was charged with driving under the influence and cite-in-violation of implied consent and released on $1,000 bond. Stopping a vehicle for veering into oncoming traffic three times on U.S. Highway 11, LCSO Deputy Charlie Huskin wrote in his report that the driver, Grissom, initially denied that she had been drinking, stating “that she was trying to plug up her phone.” Grissom allegedly had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage, bloodshot eyes and was unsteady on her feet. Grissom performed poorly on field sobriety tasks. “During the inventory of the vehicle, a cooler found in the back seat of the vehicle had 3/4 empty bottle of liquor and 1 Bud Light,” Huskin said.
     
  • Keeshia King Scott, 26, Loudon, was charged with an arrest warrant and released without bond.
     
  • Richard Miles Seiber, 29, Crossville, was charged with violation of probation and held on $2,000 bond. Responding to a call of an unwanted guest, Lenoir City Police Officer Bruce Padgett talked with Seiber, who was found to have a warrant for violation of probation.
     
  • Dustin Scott Teeple, 30, Louisville, was charged with violation of probation and held without bond.
March 19
  • Terry Layn Cole, 59, Lenoir City, was charged with aggravated assault and held without bond.
     
  • Vanessa Macile Moser, 31, Ten Mile, was charged with two counts of Schedule III drug violations and held on $10,000 bond.
     
  • Lucas Allen Stinnett, 35, Sweetwater, was charged with driving under the influence-third offense and released on $3,000 bond.
Loudon man threatens wife, children
 
A city of Loudon man is facing a domestic assault charge after allegedly threatening to hurt his wife and children.

Responding to a domestic violence call Saturday at an Easter Drive residence, Loudon County Sheriff’s Office Cpl. Pete McGinley wrote in his report that a man, later identified as Donald Raymond Lane, 44, allegedly had threatened to kill himself or to hurt his wife and children.

“Mr. Lane stated to me that he and his wife were arguing over his drinking,” McGinley said, adding that the woman left with the children and went to a nearby post office to seek refuge. “Mr. Lane called (the woman) while she was at the Post Office and told her that he was on his way to the Post Office and it’s going to go down,” McGinley said.
 
Lane was charged with domestic assault and released on $2,000 bond.
 
Man attempts theft, found with pot
 
Responding to a call of an unwanted vehicle at an abandoned residence on Old Midway Road, LCSO Inv. Sgt. Jeff Russell wrote in his report that a black lock box was found inside the unwanted vehicle. Codie Austin Williams, 19, of Harriman claimed the lock box.
 
“Inside of the box was several clear plastic baggies containing a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana,” Russell said. “... The reason these two people were at this location was to inspect the house for a finance company and did have keys assigned to the house.”
Russell also said that several items from the home were found inside the vehicle.
 
Williams was charged with theft of property and manufacture/sell/possession of a controlled substance and released on $10,000 bond.
 
March 19
  • Terry Layn Cole, 59, Lenoir City, was charged with aggravated assault and released on $8,000 bond. Responding to a Taylor Drive residence in reference to a domestic assault involving a gun, LCSO Deputy Bobby Hamilton talked with two women, who alleged that Cole came up behind one woman and “wrapped his arm around her throat and placed a gun to her head and told her that he needed to kill her,” Hamilton said.
     
  • Buddy Lee Duke, 27, Madisonville, was charged with failure to appear on payment review for public intoxication and released on $283 bond.
  • Bobby Ray Fagg, 44, Loudon, was charged with sale of a Schedule II substance and held without bond.
     
  • Timothy Stuart Hassett, 23, Maryville, was charged with driving under the influence and released without bond.
     
  • Timothy Lynn Herman, 34, Philadelphia, was charged with failure to appear on driving on a suspended license and released on $2,288 bond.
     
  • Vanessa Macile Moser, 31, Ten Mile, was charged with two counts of Schedule III drug violations and released on $10,000 bond. During a search of a vehicle, LCSO Deputy Jamie Ketner wrote in his report that several pills, a plastic baggie and a Suboxone strip were found inside a purse. “There was also two empty 8mg Suboxone packages in the center console,” Ketner said. “Ms. Moser did not have a prescription for these medications.”
     
  • Carla Ramona Rivera, 50, Lenoir City, was charged with driving on a revoked license and open container and released on $3,000 bond. Lenoir City Police Officer Brandon Gentry wrote in his report that Riveria had a revoked license and was also found with an open bottle of alcohol in her vehicle.
     
  • Lucas Allen Stinnett, 35, Sweetwater, was charged with driving under the influence-third offense and released on $3,000 bond. Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Rodney Best wrote in a warrant that Stinnett allegedly admitted to drinking a six pack of beer in July 2014.
March 20
  • Scott Dean Allen, 43, Knoxville, was charged with theft under $500 and released on $1,000 bond.
     
  • William Conrad Burgess, 36, Loudon, was charged with failure to appear-general sessions and released on $2,500 bond.
     
  • Ashley Ruth Daniele, 26, Maryville, was charged with public intoxication and released without bond.
     
  • Tyson Lebron Neil, 39, Sweetwater, was charged with failure to appear-general sessions and released on $2,500 bond.
     
  • Cecelia Ann Ogbogu, 21, Lexington, Ky., was charged with domestic assault and released on $2,000 bond. Responding to a call of a domestic assault, LCPD Officer Christian Dragon wrote in his report that two women, who are roommates, allegedly began arguing about money for gas. “Ms. Ogbogu opened the left rear door where (the other woman) was and started to pull (her) out of the car,” Dragon said. “They exchanged punches.”
     
  • Katelyn Marie Perdue, 23, Lenoir City, was charged with theft under $500 and released on $1,000 bond. LCPD Officer Jason Felts wrote in his report that Perdue was allegedly observed concealing several items in her purse at a Lenoir City retail store.
     
  • Loretta Lynn See, 34, Philadelphia, was charged with revoked driver’s license and released without bond.
March 21
  • Holly Ann Collins, 24, Loudon, was charged with driving under the influence and released on $2,500 bond. LCSO Deputy Chris Hutchens wrote in his report that Collins allegedly had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage and told the deputy that she had consumed alcohol. “There was also in plain view an open beer can in the front cup holder,” Hutchens said, adding that Collins performed poorly on field sobriety tasks.
     
  • Charles Danny Cooper, 49, Kingston, was charged with driving on a revoked license and released on $3,500 bond.
  • Ronald Edward Herzog, 74, Loudon, was charged with domestic assault and held on $4,500 bond. Responding to a domestic call, LCSO Deputy Jamie Ketner talked with a woman, who said that Herzog allegedly got a gun and said he would “end it” when the woman allegedly confronted the man about drinking. “(The woman) also stated that sometime last week Mr. Herzog came home intoxicated and stated that he was going to shoot the dogs and blow out the windows,” Ketner said.
     
  • Amanda Sue Howard, 35, Knoxville, was charged with driving under the influence, driving on a revoked/suspended license and violation of implied consent and released on $5,000 bond. Loudon Police Officer Bennie Houser wrote in his report that during a search of Howard’s vehicle, he found two pain medication bottles with urine inside. “Miss Howard stated she gets drug tested at the pain clinic. Miss Howard performed poorly on the field sobriety test she was given,” Houser said. “Miss Howard had her 2 and 1/2 year old son in the vehicle which was not properly buckled in.”
     
  • Albert Lee Lankford, 37, Kingston, was charged with driving under the influence and released on $2,500 bond. THP Trooper Matthew Vespie wrote in his report that Lankford allegedly drove his vehicle off of Interstate 40 and into the median, lost control of the vehicle and wrecked. “Subject appeared to be intoxicated and had the distinct odor of an intoxicating substance about his person,” Vespie said. “Subject stated that he had drank about 9 beers.”
     
  • Timothy R. Martin, 47, Englewood, was charged with failure to appear-general sessions and released on $2,500 bond.
     
  • Ryan Kevin St. Pierre, 40, Loudon, was charged with violation of probation and held without bond.
March 22
  • Truman Wayne Chapman, 38, Loudon, was charged with driving under the influence and released on $1,500 bond. Stopping a vehicle for the driver not wearing a seat belt, THP Trooper Paul Dubroc wrote in his report that the driver, Chapman, said that he had drank two beers and performed poorly on field sobriety tasks. “... I found an open container of beer on the right rear floor board containing four to six ounces of alcohol left in it,” Dubroc said.
     
  • Donna Marie Dunn, 49, Maryville, was charged with driving under the influence and released on $2,500 bond. LCSO Deputy Brandon Burley wrote in his report that Dunn had slurred speech, watery eyes and performed poorly on field sobriety tasks.
     
  • Shaman Rhett Lyle, 22, Kingston, was charged with driving under the influence and released on $2,500 bond. Stopping a vehicle for running a stop sign at the Interstate 75 mile marker 72 exit ramp and almost hitting a nearby bridge, LPD Officer Bennie Houser wrote in his report that the vehicle was allegedly “all over the road.” The driver, Lyle, allegedly had a strong odor of an intoxicant and performed poorly on field sobriety tasks. “Mr. Lyle stated he had been at a party and drank five or six drinks,” Houser said. “While inventorying Mr. Lyle’s car I found a bag which was locked with Methadone in it.”
     
  • Melody Faith Spears, 57, Lenoir City, was charged with driving under the influence-third offense reduced to driving under the influence-first offense and held without bond.
     
  • Daniel Elliott Swindle, 32, Lenoir City, was charged with driving under the influence and cite-in and released on $2,500 bond. LCPD Officer Brandon Johnson wrote in his report that a driver, Swindle, had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage, slurred speech and was unsteady on his feet. Swindle told the officer that he had drank seven beers during the night at a Knoxville restaurant. “He stated he was attempting to turn off of Town Creek Parkway, missed his turn and drove into the grass before getting stuck on a fence,” Johnson said.
March 23
  • Zachary Allan Zullinger, 23, Cookeville, was charged with driving under the influence and released on $2,500 bond. LCSO Deputy Jamie Ketner wrote in his report that a driver, later identified as Zullinger, was allegedly found slumped over the steering wheel of a vehicle off the roadway on Sugarlimb Road. Zullinger allegedly had slurred speech, constricted pupils and performed poorly on field sobriety tasks.

BACK
3/30/15