Two people caught with a stolen 2021 Homesteader Intrepid trailer have been charged with theft of property over $1,000.
35 year old Ronald Joshua Carter of Carter Drive and 28 year old Lynette Holubek of Smith Road will be in court on July 22. Carter’s bond is $20,000 while Holubek is under a $10,000 bond.
On June 23 a deputy went to a residence on Carter Drive where he found Carter and Holubek in possession of a 2021 Homesteader Intrepid trailer valued at $20,000 which was stolen in Cookeville on June 19.
Two men will find themselves in court this week after being found in possession of methamphetamine earlier this month.
38 year old Warren Brandon Glasby of Manchester is charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver or possess. He is under a $10,000 bond and 41 year old Jeremy Ray Likens is facing charges of possession of drug paraphernalia, methamphetamine with intent to manufacture, sell, deliver or possess, and fabricating or tampering with evidence.
On July 6 Glasby exchanged with Likens an object later determined to be approximately 1.5 ounces of a clear crystal like substance believed to be methamphetamine.
Likens, who was found with three ounces of a clear crystal substance believed to be methamphetamine as well as a glass pipe commonly used to consume meth, threw those items into the dirt after being confronted by law enforcement.
Likens is under a $17,500 bond. Both he and Glasby are due in court on July 22.
58 year old Robert Lewis Judkins of Alex Lane, Smithville, is charged with vandalism. His bond is $2,000 and he will be in court July 22.
On July 6 Judkins was spotted picking up a bird feeder and breaking down a door to a building. The victim reported that damage to the door and a lock on the door amounted to at least $200.
64 year old Steve Mitchell Redmon of Miller Road, Smithville is charged with public intoxication. His bond is $1,500 and he will be in court July 22.
On July 7 a restaurant employee on West Broad Street reported to a deputy in the parking lot that someone inside the diner was highly intoxicated and annoying customers and employees. The officer confronted Redmon and detected a strong odor of alcohol on him and his speech was slurred. Redmon admitted to having consumed a few drinks before he left home but said he was okay when he arrived at the restaurant. Redmon was placed in custody.
49 year old Jannah Lee Cowan of Hillview Heights, Dowelltown is charged with violation of an order of protection. Her bond is $2,500 and she will be in court August 5.
On July 8 a deputy drove by the Hillview Heights residence and noticed a vehicle in the driveway. Due to an order of protection having been served at that home earlier and the officer knowing there should be no vehicles there, he called for a check of the license plate through central dispatch and learned that the automobile parked there belonged to Cowan who was not supposed to be at the residence. The deputy then knocked on the door and the man who answered admitted that Cowan was inside the home. She was placed under arrest.
36 year old Michael Frederick Teachout of Students Home Road, Smithville is charged with violation of an order of protection. His bond is $2,500 and he will be in court August 5.
On July 8 a deputy was patrolling Holmes Creek Road when he noticed a vehicle setting off the roadway almost in the creek. While conducting a welfare check a woman emerged from the woods. The officer asked if she was okay and that if there was anyone else around. She responded “yes, Michael” and then opened the door to the vehicle. Teachout was sitting in the passenger seat, Knowing there was an order of protection in place against Teachout to keep away from this woman, the officer placed him under arrest.
47 year old Jason Bradley Cripps of Four Seasons Road, Smithville is charged with fabricating or tampering with evidence and public intoxication. He is under a $7,000 bond and his court date is July 29.
On July 10 a deputy was dispatched to the area of Old Snow Hill Road where a suspicious person was spotted looking through windows at the Old Snow Hill Church. The officer found the suspect, Cripps who appeared to be unsteady on his feet and his speech was slurred. He was placed under arrest. While the officer was conducting a pat down search, Cripps removed a baggie from his shoe containing three white pills which he tried to put in his mouth. Cripps later said the pills were subutex.
33 year old Justin Matthew Cripps of Grandview Drive, Smithville is charged with vandalism. His bond is $3,500 and he will make a court appearance on August 5.
On June 24, Cripps intentionally and knowingly vandalized property owned by the DeKalb County government. Cripps was observed on jail surveillance video walking around the dayroom area of the jail, striking the commissary box several times leaving the machine dented and broken. Cripps went before the disciplinary board, where he admitted to breaking the machine.
54 year old Douglas Wayne Easey of Tubb Street, Liberty, was charged on June 29 with violation of the sex offender registry. His bond is $5,000.
Easey was released from the Wilson County Jail on June 23 and did not report to the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department within the allotted time for a sex offender, which is 48 hours upon release.
39 year old Derrick Edmond Hale of Church Street, Dowelltown, is charged with failure to appear and criminal impersonation. His bond is $2,500.
A deputy went to a residence on Church Street in Dowelltown June 30 to serve a failure to appear warrant on Hale, for expired registration, no seatbelt, and another failure to appear. Upon arrival, the deputy spoke with a man who said that his name was Jared Hale, and he gave a different date of birth from Derrick Edmond Hale. After an investigation, the officer confirmed that Derrick Edmond Hale is the man’s true identity.
38 year old Jimmy Joel Farris of Restview Drive, Smithville, is charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to manufacture, deliver, sell, or possess. He is under a $10,000 bond and is due in court on July 29.
On July 2 at approximately 11:36 p.m. a deputy was on patrol in the area of Holiday Haven Boat Ramp, when he observed two people sitting inside a white SUV. The deputy stopped and spoke with them and identified one as being Jimmy Farris. After a background warrants check, the officer received consent to search Farris’ vehicle, and found a clear baggy containing approximately 1.2 grams of a white crystal-like substance believed to be methamphetamine. Farris said the substance belonged to him. He was placed in custody and taken to the DeKalb County Jail.
Jesus Fernando Martinez-Padillo of Winding Way, McMinnville is charged with violation of an order of protection. His bond is $1,500 and he will make a court appearance on July 22.
On July 3 Martinez-Padillo was determined to have violated an active no-contact order from bond conditions against him out of Warren County. A deputy pulled over Martinez-Padillo’s vehicle which he was driving and found him with a female passenger. A background check through the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) revealed that Martinez-Padillo was under an active no-contact order to keep away from this woman. He was placed under arrest.
56 year old Joey Lewis Derting is charged with driving under the influence. He is under a $1,500 bond and his court date is July 29.
On July 1 a deputy pulled over a green Chevy Cavalier on Woodbury Highway where the driver was observed failing to maintain his lane of travel. The officer spoke with the driver, Derting, whose eyes were bloodshot and glassy and his pupils were constricted. Derting consented to but performed poorly on field sobriety tests. He was then placed under arrest.
20 year old Jammy Wayne Bruce of Tabernacle Road, Smithville is charged with sale and delivery of a schedule IV & VI drug. He is under a $15,000 bond.
A deputy was on patrol July 4 when he observed a gray Ford Taurus being operated by man he knew had no license, and that the registration did not belong to that vehicle. The registration displayed was to a black Ford Ranger. The deputy pulled over the vehicle at the intersection of Smith Road and Martin Street. As he approached Bruce’s automobile, the officer smelled marijuana and during a search of the vehicle, he found inside Bruce’s backpack, a clear baggy containing 28 grams of a green leafy substance believed to be marijuana, as well as 20 yellow pills containing the imprint of R039, identified as Alprazolam. Bruce was placed into custody and transported to the jail.
35 year old Joseph Kilzer of Parkway Drive, Smithville, is charged with public intoxication. He is under a $2,000 bond and is due in court on July 22.
On July 5 a deputy responded to the area of Parkway Drive where a man was observed walking through people’s yards. The deputy spotted a man, Kilzer, who matched the description of the suspect and he stopped to speak with him. Kilzer admitted to walking through the yards adding that he had also taken methamphetamine and was trying to get on Youtube. The deputy noticed that Kilzer was unsteady on his feet and very fidgety. For his own safety, and the safety of the public, Kilzer was placed under arrest for public intoxication.