Charged with driving under the influence of an intoxicant:
• James Howard McGill, 57, New Blockhouse Road, Maryville
• Shelby Lynn Johnson, 23, Pritchard Court, Maryville
• Eric Keith Sharpe, 35, Pea Ridge Road, Maryville
Case files June 29 in Blount County
• Regarding: Emily Lynn Dai, name change
Case file June 25 in the Domestic Division of Blount County General Sessions Court:
• Edna Maria Heird v. Brett Shields Cunningham, divorce
Cases filed June 26 in Blount County
• Regarding: Edith June Caldwell, estate
• Regarding: Florence Faith Smith, other documents filed
Case filed June 29 in Blount County
• Regarding: Noah Hugh Watson, estate
Case filed June 29 in the Law Division of Blount County Circuit Court:
• Rachel Victoria Hodge v. Billy Francis Ambruster and Tennessee Farmers Mutual Inc., damages
• Brandon Jacob Bridges, 25, Clinton, was arrested by Maryville Police officers at 9:34 p.m. June 27 and charged with auto theft between $60,000 and $100,000. Officers pulled a vehicle over on Parkside Drive because its tags indicated the car as stolen. Bridges was a passenger in the car. When officers searched the car, they found Suboxone, needles and 14 SIM cards for cellphones. The car was impounded and Bridges was free on a $5,000 bond pending a 9 a.m. hearing June 30 in Blount County General Sessions Court.
• Zachary Allen Price, 31, Fred Jennings Road, Walland, was arrested by Maryville Police officers at 6:26 p.m. June 28 and charged with the manufacture, sale or possession of methamphetamine. Officers said they found Price’s car parked at Walmart, Hunters Crossing Drive, and then found Price in the store. He admitted to stealing several items and was free on a $2,500 bond pending a 9 a.m. hearing June 30 in Blount County General Sessions Court.
• Courtland O. Roddy II, 24, East Edison Street, Alcoa, was arrested by Alcoa Police officers at 11 p.m. June 28 and charged with domestic violence with aggravated assault. Officers responded to a call in which a woman claimed Roddy punched her in the face with a closed fist several times and choked her until she was unconscious. He was being held on a $50,000 bond pending a 9 a.m. hearing July 2 in Blount County General Sessions Court.
• Gerald Raymond Gates, 40, Railroad Street, Maryville, was arrested by Alcoa Police officers at 9:37 p.m. June 28 and charged with evading arrest, driving with a revoked license and resisting arrest. During a traffic stop, Gates allegedly fled into the woods on South Hall Road at West Stephenson Street before being caught and detained by officers. He was being held on a $2,500 bond pending a 9 a.m. hearing July 2 in Blount County General Sessions Court.
• Chandler Briar Jennings, 25, Knoxville, was arrested by Blount County Sheriff’s deputies at 12:42 a.m. June 29 and charged with felony violation of probation. He was being held without bond pending a 9 a.m. hearing in Blount County General Sessions Court.
Charged with contempt of court:
• Adam Matthew Haynes, 35, Oakdale Street, Maryville
• Jason Lee Hensley, 36, Big Springs Road, Maryville
• Kevin Carl Dockery Jr., 24, Hemlock Street, Alcoa
• Christina Marie Hurst, 42, Mentor Road, Louisville
• Dewayne S. Cochran, Marvin Circle, Maryville, reported at 11:58 a.m. June 28 that someone stole a handgun and holster from his car while he was in Auto Zone, West Broadway Avenue.
• A manager at Subway, Foothills Mall Drive, reported at 11 a.m. June 26 that two people who came into the restaurant worked together to steal tips: One person ordered food while another took the tip jar and left the building. There was around $20 in the jar.
• Roy A. Appugliese, Autumn View Drive, Maryville, reported at 12:29 p.m. June 27 that someone stole his black BW three-way ball trailer hitch from off his truck. The hitch was valued at $225.
• Sylvia A. Carver, Big Gully Road, Maryville, reported at 3:30 p.m. June 28 that someone stole her 2000 Buick LLF from her residence. The car was valued at $2,500.
• Melissa Sue Chaffins, 41, Atchley Apartments, Maryville, was cited by Alcoa Police officers at 2:25 a.m. June 29 and charged with possession of drug paraphernalia while she was at McDonald’s, Airport Highway. When officers searched her car, they found a marijuana pipe and a crack pipe in the car’s center console.
• Cory Lee Heaton, 25, Dailey Lane, Friendsville, was cited by Alcoa Police officers at 10:30 a.m. June 27 and charged with shoplifting after a loss prevention officer at Walmart, Hunters Crossing Drive, reported the man stole a Phillips TV valued at $128.
• Jacob Evan Newman, 24, Clover Hill Road, Maryville, was cited by Alcoa Police officers at 8:57 p.m. June 27 and charged with possession of Schedule VI drugs and possession of drug paraphernalia after officers said they found marijuana, rolling papers and glass pipes in a room at the Quality Inn, Corporate Place, Alcoa. A juvenile was in the room where officers found the illegal materials; the state Department of Children Services was notified.
• Kara Leann McCammon, Blue Sky Drive, Maryville, reported at 10:39 p.m. June 28 that someone slashed her car’s tires after she loaned it out, costing an estimated $180.38.
• A clerk at M-Star Hotel, Airport Highway, reported at 7:28 p.m. June 27 that a room rented by two people was destroyed with writing on the wall, a clogged sink and toilet, mold growing in standing water in the sink and trash and old food all over the room. Officers also reported there was electrical wiring hanging out of the walls and that light fixtures were damaged. The people who had been renting the room had done so since Jan. 31. Officers learned one of them was being held at the Blount County jail. Costs to repair the damage were estimated between $7,500 to $8,500.
• Donald R. Bradburn, Vaughn Road, Maryville, reported at 7:04 p.m. June 26 that someone broke a glass window on a trailer on his property. The total value of the damaged window was $150.
• Blount County Sheriff’s deputies were dispatched to Walland at 10:32 a.m. June 25 for an alleged domestic dispute between a couple. According to the complainant, who was a neighbor, a Heiskell man and a Seymour woman began arguing in their front yard before the man struck the woman with a Penske moving van. The woman was transported by ambulance to University of Tennessee Medical Center. No arrests were made due to law enforcement being unable to determine a primary aggressor.