Arrests for December 2, 2021

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The Macon County Sheriff’s Department, Franklin Police Department or Jackson County Sheriff’s Department made the following arrests November 12 – 27. All suspects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

Franklin Police Department

November 12

Andrew Parker Casto, 29, was charged with failure to appear for second degree trespass. A $100 bond was set. 

November 16

Joseph Lee Samarco, 48, was issued an order for arrest for the possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia and larceny. A bond of $30,000 was set. 

November 18

Damian Aswan Ray,  41, was charged with injury to personal property and assault on a female. A $250 bond was set. 

November 20

Desmond Jerome Williams, 24, was charged with failure to appear for operating a vehicle with no insurance, drive allow motor vehicle with no registration, permit operation vehicle not registered and disorderly conduct. A $500 bond was set. 

November 21

Maxwell David Jimenez, 24, was charged with driving while impaired and speeding 56 MPH in 35 MPH zone. A $1,000 bond was set.  

Robert Louis Bowman, 48, was charged with possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver a schedule II controlled substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. A $5,000 bond was set. 

November 23

Jelissa Sarah Jordan, 29, was charged with second degree trespass and resisting officers. A $750 bond was set. 

Thomas Michael Johnson, 31, was charged with failure to appear for injury to real property. A $1,500 bond was set.

November 24

Gaven Lee Henry, 28, was charged with driving while license revoked. A $500 bond was set. 

November 25

Casey Jordan Barnette, 27, was charged with possession of a schedule I controlled substance, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. A $1,000 bond was set. 

Jeffery Michael Miller, 38, was charged with possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, exceed posted speed, cover/disguise registration plate, no insurance, failure to register a motor vehicle and no operators license. A $1,600 bond was set. 

Jackson County Sheriff’s Department

November 13

Julio Cesar Rodriguez, 23, of Comet Ct., Cullowhee, was charged with assault on a female. No bond was set. 

Terrell Michael Rogers, 34, of Magic Circle, Was charged with receiving stolen goods/property, manufacture marijuana, felony possession of marijuana more than 1.5 ounces, felony possession of marijuana tetrahydrocannabinols, possession of marijuana paraphernalia, maintaining a vehicle/dwelling/place for a controlled substance and possession of a firearm by a felon. A secured bond of $40,000 was set. 

Steven Edward Lamar Mercer, 35, of Pam’s Way, Bryson City, was charged with possession of marijuana paraphernalia and felony possession of marijuana. No bond was set. 

November 14

Joshua Clifford Marks, 42, of Nutmeg Lane, was charged with violation of court order. A secured bond of $500 was set. 

November 15

Charles Joe Allmon, 30, of Tahquette Dr., Whittier, was charged with no operators license. A secured bond of $250 was set. 

Benjamin Scott Martinez, 45, of Mink Branch Rd., Cherokee, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, possession with intent to sell and deliver a schedule I controlled substance. A secured bond of $5,000 was set. 

Brent Andrew Moore, 31, of Mills Branch Rd., was charged with obtaining property by false pretense. A secured bond of $5,000 was set. 

Brittany Ann Cosgrove, 26, of Garland Buchannan Rd., was charged with resist a public officer, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a schedule II controlled substance. No bond was set. 

November 16

Matthew Thomas Snipes, 43, of Mountain River Dr., was charged with domestic violence protective order violation and motor vehicle theft. No bond was set. 

Justin Reeves Lambert, 39, of Sunset Farm Rd., Whittier, was charged with failure to appear for simple possession of schedule II controlled substance, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine, driving while license revoked not impaired revocation, uttering a forged instrument, possession of drug paraphernalia, simple possession of a schedule II controlled substance and felony possession of a schedule I controlled substance. A secured bond of $7,000 was set. 

Debra B. Riddle, 57, of Sunny Dale Dr., Easley, S.C., was charged with communicating threats. No bond was set. 

November 17

Reyna Mae Owle-Perez, 21, of Arrow Head Lane, Whittier, was charged with simple assault. 

William Manuel Rodriguez, 27, of Arrowhead Lane, Whittier, was charged with interfere with 911 communication and assault on a female. No bond was set. 

Cody Douglas Woodard, 27, of Swayney Rd., Cherokee, was charged with parole violation. No bond was set. 

Michael Warren Wilnoty, 30, of Swimmer Rd., Cherokee, was charged with failure to appear for possession with intent to manufacture/sell/deliver a schedule II controlled substance. A secured bond of $5,000 was set. 

November 18

Tomas Alan Manuel Rodriguez, 23, of Magic Circle, was charged with conspire to obtain property by false pretense, possession of stolen property and obtaining property by false pretense. No bond was set. 

November 19

Kaitlyn Brooke Price, 28, of Bigwitch Rd., Cherokee, was issued a true bill of indictment and failure to appear. A secured bond of $2,250 was set.  

November 20

Tameka Schalene Sherrill, of Holly Lane, Maggie Valley, was charged with driving while license revoked and possession of stolen vehicle. A secured bond of $10,000 was set. 

Harvey Douglas Bumgarner, 36, of Floral Dr., was charged with breaking and entering non forcible and destruction/damage/vandalism of property. No bond was set. 

William Jason Woodard, 37, of Leatherwood Dr., was charged with larceny after breaking and entering and breaking and entering. No bond was set. 

November 21

Harvey Douglas Bumgarner, 36, of Floral Dr., was charged with felony larceny. A secured bond of $10,000 was set. 

November 22

Ubaldo Estrada Camacho,  36, of Jurasic Dr., Cashiers, was charged with failure to appear for possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia. A secured bond of $45,000 was set. William S. Collins made the arrest. 

November 23

Samantha Day Perry Marlow, 53, of Hicks Ridge, Blairsville, Ga., was charged with violation of domestic violence protective order. No bond was set. William S. Collins made the arrest. 

Jeremy Richard Black, 43, of Nutmeg Lane, was charged with child support purge and fugitive warrant. A secured bond of $27,059 was set. Trevor K. Baldwin made the arrest. 

Michael James Stiwinter, 29, was charged with being a fugitive from South Carolina. A secured bond of $20,500 was set. James A. Brown made the arrest. 

November 25

Dalton Faron Taylor, 19, of Manor Trace, was charged with intoxicated and disruptive. A secured bond of $200 was set. Megan L. Rhinehart made the arrest. Megan L. Rhinehart made the arrest. 

November 26

Matthew Adam Freeman, 38, of Locke Dr. S.E., Atlanta, Ga., was charged with failure to appear for second degree trespass, possession of marijuana up to 1/2 oz, carrying a concealed weapon, possession/manufacture fraudulent ID, resisting a public officer, first degree trespasss enter/remain, simple possession of a schedule IV controlled substance, no operators license, felony possession of a schedule I controlled substance and identity theft. A secured bond of $20,000 was set.  Trevor K. Baldwin made the arrest.  

November 27

Cadence Atton Green, 18, of Little Savannah Rd., Cullowhee, was charged with failure to appear for failure to stop for stopped school bus. A secured bond of $3,000 was set. William M. Hawkins made the arrest. 

Kenneth David Groat, 39, of Sylva, was issued a true bill of indictment for statutory rape of a minor. A secured bond of $200,000 was set. Dustin L. Bishop made the arrest. 

Shyanne Joleen Bedsaul, 24, of Fisher Creek Rd., was charged with simple assault. No bond was set. James A. Brown made the arrest. 

Michael David Touger, 37, of Retirement Lane, was issued a true bill of indictment for possession of burglary tools. No bond was set. Dustin L. Bishop made the arrest. 

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