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Fighters turn rage toward police

By DAVID MELSON - dmelson@t-g.com
Posted 7/23/22

Three suspects allegedly raged at Shelbyville officers attempting to arrest them Tuesday night at a Madison Street apartment complex.

Police were told up to five people were fighting. The police …

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Fighters turn rage toward police

Three suspects allegedly raged at Shelbyville officers attempting to arrest them Tuesday night at a Madison Street apartment complex.
Police were told up to five people were fighting. The police report didn’t indicate what the fight was about, as those involved turned their anger toward arriving officers.
Kwamayne M. Cooks, 20, allegedly demanded police leave the premises and resisted being handcuffed. Officers Brad Evans and Andrew Le Roy were able to get Cooks cuffed, but he kept fighting and refusing to walk to a patrol car, the report said.
Elijah Matthew Hinojosa, 22, began fighting Officer Brandon Paslay over Cooks’ arrest. Paslay, Le Roy and Officer Sam Campbell were able to handcuff Hinojosa, who allegedly tried to kick out the rear window of a patrol car while screaming that police are “corrupt.” Hinojosa spat in the face of an officer while attempting to bite him, the report said.
Gillian Dunaway, 19. allegedly struck Paslay in the back of his head from behind and tried to knock him down during the struggle with Hinojosa, then ran to a nearby apartment.
Hinojosa and Dunaway were charged with assault on an officer. All three were charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. Their bonds were set at $26,500.
A homeless man was charged with stealing a guitar and speaker Monday from a home on Blue Ribbon Parkway.
A witness told police he saw Kristopher Paul Henson, 34, carrying the guitar and pushing the large speaker into a trailer park on Barksdale Lane.
Henson was identified by police from a photo the witness made of the suspect. Police arrested Henson a few hours later after he allegedly entered an East Cedar Street home of a man he didn’t know and went to sleep. Questioning about the other incident led to Henson’s charges of aggravated criminal trespassing, aggravated burglary and theft of property under $1,000. He was held on $13,000 bond.
Officers also investigated a report of a man repeatedly breaking into a vacant home on North Main Street and using the shower over the past three weeks, leaving behind damage.
Also reported to area law enforcement:
•A woman walked up to a Weedeater next to a Ray Street home Monday afternoon, carried it away and told an inquiring neighbor it was hers, police said.
She was described as white with blonde hair and driving a silver Pontiac Grand Am.
•A 2015 Nissan Versa was reported stolen Monday from a Carney Street home.
The owner told police family members took the car and headed to Texas while he was in jail.
•A flatbed utility trailer containing a generator was stolen from property on Henderson Road between late April and early last week, a Bedford County Sheriff’s Office report said.
Suspects were named.
•Tools and a television set were stole from a home on Himesville Road between Sunday night and Tuesday.
•The center cap was stolen from a truck wheel at a June Avenue home Monday night.
The owner told police three white men were around the truck, one of who made an obscene gesture before they all ran upon seeing him.
Naked truth
A woman was arrested for allegedly exposing herself in front of a Kingree Road day care center Wednesday.
Rachel Gregory Gotham, 30, of White Street, “acted like nothing was wrong” when Officer Jerry Lawrence tried to convince her to clothe herself.
Officers wrapped Gotham in a blanket and said she was “obviously under the influence of a substance.” She was charged with indecent exposure and public intoxication.
Drug charge
A man identified as Noah Jackson was cited on drug charges after being stopped shortly before midnight Tuesday for driving without lights on North Main Street.
Officer Darrian Lanier said in his report he smelled marijuana and found a total of 2.70 grams of marijuana in the vehicle.
Jackson was charged with simple possession, possession of drug paraphernalia, and violation of the vehicle light law.
Jail intake
The following were charged since Monday by the Shelbyville Police Department, Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts.
•Kobe Ryan Arnold, 21, Central Avenue; burglary, criminal impersonation, introduction of drug paraphernalia into penal institution; held, no bond
•Jocelyn Myra Aue, 19, Rabbit Run; harassment; summons issued
•Wilson Cinto, 31, West End Circle; interference with emergency calls. criminal impersonation, failure to appear, domestic assault; held, no bond
•Kwamayne M. Cooks, 20, Madison Street; disorderly conduct, resisting arrest; held, $26,500 bond
•Kenneth Lee Currier, 32, Fairground Heights; (First arrest) financial responsibility, registration violation, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving on suspended license; released, $250 bond (Second arrest) simple possession of schedule II drug; $1,000 bond, held for Putnam County
•Troy Flores Sanchez, 60, Carney Street; driving on suspended license, speeding; released, no bond
•Celina Fonseca Barranco, 45, Sun Circle; driving on suspended license, failure to maintain lane; summons issued
•Gillian Dunaway, 19, Madison Street; disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, assault on officer; held, $26,500 bond
•Ricky J. Freeman, 43, Martha Street; criminal trespassing, bondsman surrender; held, $250 bond
•Jacob Garvin, 41, Barksdale Lane; failure to appear; held, $250 bond
•Rachel Gregory Gotham, 30, White Street; public intoxication, indecent exposure; held, $2,000 bond
•Russ Shelby Harris Jr., 40, Manchester; failure to appear, bench warrant; held, $50,000 bond
•Kristopher Paul Henson, 34, homeless, Shelbyville; aggravated criminal trespassing, aggravated burglary, theft of property under $1,000; held, $13,000 bond
•Branda Marie Hillis, 39, Thompson Road; speeding, drag racing; summons issued
•Elijah Matthew Hinojosa, 22, Madison Street; assault on officer, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest; held, $26,500 bond
•George Michael Holder, 41, Old Columbia Road; criminal impersonation, stalking; released, $15,000 bond
•Alfredo Leal Garcia, 30, Manchester; due care, no proof of insurance, no driver’s license/exhibited on demand; summons issued
•Brandon Dwayne Lenon, 24, East Parkway; driving on suspended license, running red light; summons issued
•Jacinto Bello Loyola, 48, Wade Drive; due care, no driver’s license/exhibited on demand; summons issued
•Bradley Rashard McGee, 45, Tullahoma; violation of probation, failure to appear; held, $5,000 bond
•Shirley Ann Mullican, 33, Barksdale Lane; driving on suspended license, failure to appear, probation violation (two counts), failure to appear; held, $10,000 bond
•Mark Kelly Olson II, 19, Hart Road; domestic assault (two counts); released, $1,000 bond
•Florencia Ortiz Castro, 26, Warners Bridge Road; no driver’s license, light law, financial responsibility; summons issued
•Rosson Anthony Pickett, 29, Halls Mill Road; aggravated assault on first responder (two counts), evading arrest, resisting stop/frisk/halt/arrest/search, possession of gun during dangerous felony, felon in possession of weapon; held, $125,000 bond
•Eddie Dorris Ray, 67, Plum Hill Road; criminal trespassing; held, $500 bond
•Janet Rodriguez, 41, Hilltop Drive; driving on suspended license (third offense), registration violation; summons issued
•Jerome Thomas Sobrowski III, 45, Nashville; possession of drug paraphernalia; summons issued
•Reuben Starnes Sr., 69, Barksdale Lane; driving on revoked license; summons issued
•Zachary Alexander Stepanov, 20, Dow Drive; speeding, possession of schedule 6 drug, due care, leaving scene of accident, no driver’s license/exhibited on demand; summons issued
•Deanna Kay Sudberry, 50, Anthony Lane; probation revocation; released on recognizance
•Jacklynne Diana Taylor, 43, Horseshoe Drive; financial exploitation of elderly, theft of property; released, $10,000 bond
•Rodney Allen Underwood, 40, Naron Road; financial responsibility, registration law, driving on suspended license; released, $1,000 bond

•Jason Dawayne Willmon Jr., 26, Stonefield Circle; violation of probation; released, $1,000 bond


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