53-year-old Wylie Hyatt was charged with simple possession after he was reported for threatening to shoot people at Quality Inn because of cold food and was caught with a canister containing tetrahydrocannabinol.
24-year-old Sierra Jackson was charged with driving under the influence, failure to exercise due care, contraband in a penal institution, simple possession, and unlawful drug paraphernalia after swerving in a Jeep Patriot at the intersection of Providence Blvd and Power Street. Jackson was detained and law enforcement later found 2.2 grams of benzodiazepine on her.
41-year-old Tavares Trice was charged with possession of marijuana for resale, simple possession, and unlawful drug paraphernalia after a routine traffic stop revealed Trice to be carrying over 14 grams of marijuana.
35-year-old Marisa Oropeza was charged with unlawful drug paraphernalia, contraband in a penal institution and simple possession of fentanyl after being charged during a traffic stop. Powdered opioids were found on Oropeza’s person in the form of a lottery ticket while in Montgomery County Jail.
40-year-old Kara Lee Yeager of 1869 Walnut Grove Road netted her sixth set of charges this year May 27, 2020, when a Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputy found her with glass pipes, marijuana and around 25 capped needles.
26-year-old Deundre Luckett was charged with tampering of evidence, driving on a suspended license, simple possession of cocaine, violation of his condition of release and improper lane usage. Luckett’s charges stem from throwing out a bag containing a white substance during a traffic stop.
33-year-old Dustin Herrell was charged with burglary, simple possession, unlawful drug paraphernalia and theft of a business from a Fort Campbell Walmart. Herrell’s charges originate from being caught whilst shoplifting, then fleeing the scene while throwing items that he previously pillaged during his escape.
54-year-old Charles Sebree was charged with violating his conditions of release and contraband in a penal institution after he was found to be in possession of THC while being booked at the Montgomery County Jail.
21-year-old Julia Keller was charged with simple drug possession, unlawful drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license, and theft of merchandise after she was caught concealing $61.98 worth of alcohol from Mulligan’s Wine and Spirits, then proceeded to drive to her place of employment at Cheddar’s.
30-year-old Troy Wright was charged with possession of cocaine with intent, possession of marijuana, unlawful drug paraphernalia, and tampering with evidence after police executed a search warrant and discovered the drugs and other related items throughout his apartment.