Several warrants have been issued for a man who allegedly struck a vehicle with his truck while being chased by a Shelbyville police officer on foot Sunday afternoon. Beau Beecham allegedly drove through the yard of a Green Lane apartment complex, at one point heading toward Officer Brad Evans, before speeding away as children played in the parking lot...
Several warrants have been issued for a man who allegedly struck a vehicle with his truck while being chased by a Shelbyville police officer on foot Sunday afternoon.
Beau Beecham allegedly drove through the yard of a Green Lane apartment complex, at one point heading toward Officer Brad Evans, before speeding away as children played in the parking lot.
Evans said Beecham struck a vehicle in the passenger side door while leaving the complex. Two people in that vehicle suffered minor injuries, according to police.
Beecham was later seen at a residence on Midland Road north of Shelbyville where he allegedly asked to use the residents’ phone because his truck was out of gas. They told Bedford County deputies something seemed “wrong” and refused to let Beecham inside. Officers later discovered Beecham walked away, leaving the truck behind, and ended up at a bar where a relative picked him up and drove him outside Bedford County.
Beecham had been charged with domestic assault Saturday after allegedly striking a woman in the head with a brick at the complex during an argument, leaving her “bleeding profusely,” according to a police report.
•A man was charged with aggravated domestic assault Sunday after allegedly attacking a Shelbyville woman during an argument.
Harley David Miller, 35, of Maplewood Drive allegedly threw a TV remote, which stuck the woman in the head, and pushed her head against a wall, police said. The woman was treated at a Manchester hospital.
Miller was held on $5,000 bond.
Approximately 1 gram of crystal ice methamphetamine was found on a man initially arrested on a previous charge of possession of drug paraphernalia Thursday, police said.
Ricky Jay Bolin, 38, of Barksdale Lane faces an additional charge of possession of a schedule II drug for resale. He was held on $6,000 bond.
Jewelry, guns and money were stolen Sunday from a camper trailer on U.S. 41A North. a Bedford County Sheriff’s Office report said.
•An allegedly-intoxicated motorist drove several miles southbound in the northbound lanes of U.S. 231 North before being stopped driving on the wrong side of Fairfield Pike early Saturday night, police said.
Benita Louise Tucker Frazier, 53, of Randolph Street told police she was on the wrong side because her shoulder was hurting, She was charged with DUI and failure to maintain lane, and released on $1,500 bond.
•A man who told police he’d consumed 35 beers was arrested after passing out drunk in his vehicle at the entrance to The Villas off Mead Drive early Sunday.
Luis Lopez, 35, of Fairfield Pike was charged with DUI and held on $1,500 bond.
•Edwardo Ramirez, 42, of Oakdale Street and a 17-year-old companion allegedly used a razor blade to change price codes on a trailer light adapter and a box of chocolates Friday morning at Walmart, police said.
Both were charged with shoplifting. Ramirez posted $500 bond and the youth was placed in juvenile detention until a court date Monday.
•Heather Dawn Kimball-Volls, 21, of Eventine Drive allegedly tried to leave Walmart without scanning $26 worth of items Friday. She was taken to Bedford County Jail, charged with shoplifting and issued a summons.
The following were charged since Friday 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.
•David Thomas Boyd, 52, King Arthur Court; domestic assault; held, $1,500 bond
•Calvin Thomas Brewer, 23, no fixed address, Shelbyville; attempted theft; held, $500 bond
•Jeremy David Byrom, 35, Manchester; violation of probation, failure to appear, two capiases; held, $14,500 bond
•Jessica Hope Elkins, 32, Tollgate Road; theft of property, auto burglary (theft from vehicle), failure to appear, bondsman surrender; held, $5,000 bond
•Benita Louise Tucker Frazier, 53, Randolph Street; DUI, failure to maintain lane; released, $1,500 bond
•Leobard Gonzalez Guerrero, 33, Pineview Street; violation of probation; released, $1,500 bond
•Rachael Kathryn Hutsell, 35, Smyrna; held for extradition on unspecified charge
•Fredy Juarez Perez, 30, Edgemont Drive; DUI, driving on suspended license, light law, open container, financial responsibility; released, $3,000 bond
•Heather Dawn Kimball-Volls, 21, Eventine Drive; shoplifting; summons delivered
•Luis Lopez, 29, Fairfield Pike; DUI; held, $1,500 bond
•Manuel Lopez Barrera, 34, Bridlewood Drive; failure to appear, violation of probation; released, $5,000 bond
•Felicia M. McGee, 43, Neeley Avenue; DUI; released, $1,000 bond
•Harley David Miller, 35, Maplewood Drive; aggravated domestic assault; held, $5,000 bond
•Hugo Navarro, 27, Lewis Avenue; seat belt law, no driver’s license/exhibited on demand; summons delivered
•Felipe Palmeros, 54, Maplewood Drive; light law, no driver’s license/exhibited on demand; released on recognizance
•Amy Carol Anderson Pirtle, 50, King Arthur Court; domestic assault; held, $1,500 bond
•Edwardo Ramirez, 42, Oakdale Street; shoplifting; released, $500 bond
•Amanda Renee Rempfer, 31, Murfreesboro; failure to appear; released on recognizance
•Lilian Adame Rojas, 30, Bradley Drive, Unionville; speeding, no driver’s license/exhibited on demand; summons delivered
•Brittany Ann Schwab, 29, Barksdale Lane; tampering with or fabricating evidence; held, $7,500 bond
•Kailey Nicole Stewart, 26, U.S. 41A South; driving on suspended license, registration law; citation issued
•James Earl Walker, 39, Wheeler Street; DUI, driving on revoked license, implied consent, no address change notification, open container, seat belt law, financial responsibility, failure to exercise due care; held, $9,000 bond
•Alice Faye Gunn Wood, 41, South Maple Street; held for extradition on unspecified charge
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