July 24, 2021

Weekly Arrest Reports (06/25/21)

Franklin Police Chief, Kevin Hannah, has issued the following list of individuals arrested in the city of Franklin and their various charges:

Zaria Russell, 20, arrested on 06/18/2021 charged with Driving while unlicensed, Driving license suspended, Windshield/front door cracked/tinted. 

Holly Stubbs, 49, arrested on 06/18/2021 charged with Obstruction of an officer. 

Dusty Carney, 33, arrested on 06/18/2021 charged with Violation of probation, Disorderly conduct. 

Christopher Cates, 35, arrested on 06/19/2021 charged with Driving license suspended, Driving while unlicensed, Expired tag/no tag.

Monique Lewis, 21, arrested on 06/25/2021 charged with Disorderly conduct. 

Nabrian Trammell, 22, arrested on 06/25/2021 charged with Disorderly conduct.

Christopher Tucker, 24, arrested on 06/25/2021 charged with Disorderly conduct.

Heard County Sheriff, Ross Henry, has issued the following list of individuals arrested in Heard County including their various charges:

Jeffery Walker, 43, arrested on 06/18/2021 charged with DUI/alcohol, speeding, open container. 

Jonathon Dilbeck, 40, arrested on 06/18/2021 charged with Burglary 2nd degree, possession of methamphetamine. 

Armando Pachon, 30, arrested on 06/18/2021 charged with Burglary 2nd degree, possession of methamphetamine. 

Antron Burden, 27, arrested on 06/21/2021 charged with Holding for another agency. 

Sarina Rudolph, 39, arrested on 06/20/2021 charged with Battery/simple battery/FVA, Criminal trespass.

Curtis Drummond, 47, arrested on 06/22/2021 charged with Two counts of Violation of probation. 

Jason Coleman, 39, arrested on 06/24/2021 charged with Terroristic threats, three counts of Cruelty to children, Possession of a firearm by a convicted felon.

DISCLAIMER: The arrest records available through this website are public information. Any indication of an arrest does not mean the individual identified has been convicted of a crime only that they have been arrested. All persons arrested are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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