Multiple charges have been filed against a man who allegedly showed up at a Warners Bridge Road home demanding money Tuesday afternoon.
Kenneth Harold Munson, 57, of Highway 64 West is charged with aggravated assault, aggravated burglary, kidnapping and being a convicted felon in possession of a weapon. He is being held at Bedford County Jail on $55,000 bond.
Munson was allegedly sitting in his pickup near the victim, who was seated in front of a relative’s home when Deputy Donald Perdue arrived in response to a silent 911 call. The victim asked to talk to Perdue privately and said Munson had a pistol pointed at him.
The victim told deputies he had no idea why Munson was at his home. He said Munson allegedly showed up, demanded $800 and ordered him to get into his vehicle. The victim refused and Munson forced his way into the relative’s home looking for money, Perdue’s report said. At that point the victim called 911 and left the line open.
Munson exited the home, allegedly ordered the victim to sit outside the home and told him he didn’t want law enforcement to show up and if he wanted to reach his next birthday they’d give him the money.
Deputies found the gun under the seat of Munson’s truck.
Munson allegedly claimed the victim is a drug dealer and he’d come to buy and use meth. Investigators were uncertain if Munson and the victim knew each other or had any connections.
A computer check showed Munson has felony convictions in Illinois. Munson is being held at Bedford County Jail on $55,000 bond.
A suspect in September armed robberies at T & M Market, Depot Street, and at a Germantown Road residence was arrested Tuesday.
LaQuan Cartrell Anderson, 27, of Memphis is charged with three counts of aggravated robbery and with being a convicted felon in possession of a weapon. He was being hld on $55,000n bond Wednesday at Bedford County Jail.
A black 5x10 utility trailer was stolen from a home on Narrows Road between 8:45 a.m.-noon Monday, Shelbyville police were told.
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.