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Driver says man tried to run her off road

By DAVID MELSON - dmelson@t-g.com
Posted 1/20/22

An alleged attempt to run a vehicle off the road Friday night, Jan. 14, led to the arrest of a Bedford County man on assault and reckless endangerment charges.

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An alleged attempt to run a vehicle off the road Friday night, Jan. 14, led to the arrest of a Bedford County man on assault and reckless endangerment charges.
Mason West Warner, 21, of Temple Ford Lane was charged with aggravated assault and two counts of reckless endangerment by Shelbyville police. Warner posted $42,500 bond.
A Shelbyville woman called 911 from her vehicle saying Warner was attempting to run her off the road. A Bedford County deputy talked to the driver on West Lane Street as Shelbyville police stopped Warner on Lane Parkway.
She told a deputy Warner called her to his home to hand over a personal item, then as she arrived outside the residence begged her not to leave. She said she drove away out of fear as he briefly went into the home, and he chased her from Temple Ford Lane to West Lane where she stopped after their vehicles hit.
“He came over to my window and told me to get out of the car,” she told a deputy. “I told him no and that’s when he grabbed me and was attempting to pull me out.”
The woman had marks on her face, neck, chest and wrist, according to the report. A woman riding with the victim backed her statements.
Warner said only that they were headed to a restaurant, the deputy said.
Thefts
•Money and a debit card were taken as a Jeep at a Midland Road home was being cleaned Wednesday of last week by a Manchester-based mobile detailing service, a sheriff’s office report said.
Approximately $250 from the Jeep’s glove box, $500 from a wallet and a debit card are missing.
The debit card was used for approximately $300 worth of transactions at gas stations in Manchester and McMinnville, the report said.
•Several appliances and other items were taken from a Temple Ford Road home, a deputy was told Sunday. A recent tenant was named as a suspect.
•An impact wrench and $50 were stolen from a vehicle at a Holt Avenue home Saturday.
A man seen in the vehicle by an employee of the owner denied the theft.
•The license plate was stolen since October from a truck at Deason Self Storage, U.S. 231 North.
Found
A Ford pickup stolen from Belmont Avenue in Shelbyville on Monday, Jan. 10 was recovered Saturday of last week at a farm on Bottle Hollow Road.
The property owner said she saw the truck earlier in the week, then notified law enforcement after noticing it had been moved and returned.
Anger issues
•An Amazon driver told a deputy he was blocked in a driveway off Highway 82 South by a man with a rifle Saturday.
The driver was attempting to reach a home on Himesville Road and following GPS (Global Positioning System) instructions. As his manager contacted him and ordered him not to use the driveway incorrectly defined as a road by the GPS, the property owner blocked the truck with his vehicle then walked to his home approximately 100 yards away.
A rifle was visible as the property owner occasionally looked out from his garage while awaiting a deputy’s arrival, the report said.
The property owner told the deputy he’s tired of Amazon delivery drivers repeatedly being led up his driveway by GPS units and has complained many times. A Bedford County judicial commissioner has told him he must detain drivers in order to charge them with trespassing, the report said. The deputy did not see a rifle.
•A Green Acres Road resident who accidentally struck a truck partially blocking his driveway was threatened by an armed man, he told a deputy Saturday.
The victim said he was attempting to reach his home. The driver of the truck, pulling a car hauler trailer and delivering vehicles to a junkyard next door, allegedly began cursing and “waving” a pistol.
Jail intake
The following were charged since Thursday, Jan. 13 by the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Shelbyville Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts.
•Ricky Reshard Chambers, 31, Murfreesboro; DUI; released, $3,000 bond
•Vilger Abigail Chanchavac, 18, Hickory Drive; no driver’s license, financial responsibility, improper turn; summons issued
•Edgar Perez Cinto, 25, Archery Lane; domestic assault; held, $2,500 bond
•Timothy Edward Cook, 45, Tate Avenue; probation revocation; released on recognizance
•Katherine Lee Cooper, 31, Lafayette Street; no driver’s license/exhibited on demand, financial responsibility, registration law; summons issued
•Bobby Dwayne Elkins, 56, Belfast; contempt of court, harassment; released, $1,000 bond
•Jamie Lee Flora, 45, East Depot Street; violation of probation; released, $1,500 bond
•Juan Lopez Gonzalez, 49, Myers Street; no driver’s license/released on recognizance
•Anthony Michael Hernandez, 32, Blue Ribbon Parkway; DUI, open container; released, $3,000 bond
•Dacota Kane Hunt, 25, Estill Springs; DUI, registration violation, open container, no driver’s license; released, $2,000 bond
•Miguel Jacinto Renteria, 41, Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico; no driver’s license, speeding; released, $1,000 bond
•Benjamin Andrew King, 28, Madison, Alabama; speeding, driving on suspended license; released, $250 bond
•Akheem Lewis, 31, Germantown Road; no driver’s license/exhibited on demand, speeding; summons issued
•Keasya Shanise Mayberry, 21, Murfreesboro; speeding, expired driver’s license/ no insurance; summons issued
•Tomi Leigh Meyer, 32, Regent Drive; driving on suspended license, financial responsibility; released, no bond
•Irene Morales, 48, Center Street; no driver’s license, running stop sign; summons issued
•Victor Parra Gonzalez, 25, Tullahoma; speeding, no driver’s license; released, no bond
•Jesus Jesus Perez, 49, Mac Street; probation revocation; released, $2,500 bond
•Jagat Ramgi Rajput, 39, Lewisburg; light law, no driver’s license; summons issued
•Ephraim Robinson, 41, Shoma Drive; driving on suspended license, speeding; summons issued
•Lisa Sue Robinson, 53, Lewisburg; violation of probation, show cause; released on recognizance
•Gerardo Ruiz Rosales, 34, Murfreesboro; no driver’s license, registration law; released, no bond
•Preston Scott Rumsey, 37, Woodbury; failure to appear; held, no bond
•Byron Franklin Sanchez Anton, 19, no address available, Shelbyville, public intoxication; released, $750 bond
•Juana Elisa Sebastian, 33, Landers Street; no driver’s license; summons issued
•Chelle Renee Simmons, 33, homeless, Shelbyville; probation revocation; held, $1,500 bond
•Timmy Lee Sullivan, 50, Burnett Drive, Wartrace; driving on revoked license; summons issued

•Mason West Warmer, 21, Temple Ford Lane; aggravated assault, reckless endangerment (two counts); released, $42,500 bond

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