Volume 52, Number 51

fourteen pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, December 18, 2014

January Arrest Report


From the office of
Pickett County Sheriff Dana E. Dowdy

The activity report for the month of January released this week from the Pickett County Sheriff’s Office includes the following:

•Aggravated Assault with a deadly weapon
(motor vehicle).............................................................................1
•Aggravated Burglary.................................................................................2
•Aggravated Criminal Trespassing.............................................................1
•Child Support Attachment.........................................................................1
•Criminal Court Capias...............................................................................1
•Criminal Indictment Manufacturing Marijuana, Possession of Marijuana for delivery..................................................................................................1
•Criminal Indictment 3 counts of Child Rape, 1 count of Incest...............1
•Domestic Assault.......................................................................................1
•Driving on Suspended License..................................................................1
•DUI............................................................................................................4
•DUI 1st......................................................................................................1
•DUI 2nd.....................................................................................................1
•DUI 3rd.....................................................................................................1
•Evading......................................................................................................2
•Felony Evading Arrest...............................................................................1
•Fraud..........................................................................................................1
•Fugitive from Justice.................................................................................1
•General Sessions Capias............................................................................2
•General Sessions Violation of Probation...................................................3
•Implied Consent........................................................................................2
•Manufacture of Methamphetamine...........................................................5
•Passing Worthless Checks.........................................................................4
•Possession of Drug Paraphernalia.............................................................5
•Possession of Schedule II Controlled Substance......................................1
•Possession of Schedule III Controlled Substance.....................................1
•Possession of Schedule III with intent to resale.......................................1
•Possession of Schedule IV for the Purpose of Resale..............................1
•Promotion to Manufacture Methamphetamine.........................................1
•Public Intoxication....................................................................................2
•Reckless Endangerment............................................................................1
•Theft over $10,000....................................................................................2
Total: 53

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