Domestic assault: Deputies were dispatched to the 1900 block of Trendsetter Way, in reference to a domestic disturbance on Wednesday, July 10. Upon arrival, Deputy Joshua Boyce spoke with a male witness, who said Sherry R. Shelton, 38, Highway 321 and James F. Lundy, 38, Stoneview Way, got into a physical altercation following an argument over vehicles. Deputies could not determine the primary aggressor, therefore, both Shelton and Lundy were placed under arrest and charged with domestic assault.
Failure to appear: Jimmy Brown, 36, Driskill Circle, was served with an active outstanding warrant for failure to appear on Wednesday, July 10. Deputy Bill Miller served Brown the warrant at the Cocke County Jail Annex.
Williamson arrest: Christie Nicole Williamson, 30, Thistle Way, is facing a number of charges following a traffic stop on Thursday, July 11. Deputy Joshua Boyce stopped a vehicle on Cosby Highway for a light law violation. Upon stopping the vehicle, Deputy Boyce said Williamson, who was the driver, attempted to exit the vehicle and appeared to be under the influence, the report stated. Boyce said Williamson was “shaking”, talking erratically, and had a difficult time standing still. Deputies administered a field sobriety test to Williamson and she performed poorly on all tests given. Williamson was then detained without further incident. According to the report, Deputy Daniel Smith and K9 Hammer were called to the scene where the K9 alerted deputies to possible narcotics inside the vehicle. A subsequent search of the vehicle revealed eight pills of Gabapentin, 14 pills of Ibuprofen, a metal spoon, glass pipe, and 14 needles. Williamson was charged with driving under the influence, violation of implied consent, possession of schedule V, possession of drug paraphernalia, violation of light law, and possession of legend drug.
Reckless endangerment: Deputies were dispatched to the 500 block of Carson Springs Road, in reference to a dog that was shot on Wednesday, July 10. Upon arrival, Deputy Joshua Boyce spoke with John D. Carrier, 54, who said Tony Daniel, 66, Carson Springs Road, reportedly shot his dog in its right leg and fled the scene. According to the report, deputies then went to Daniel’s residence where Daniel admitted he shot the dog because he thought the dog was going to bite him. Daniel’s firearm was recovered and Daniel was placed under arrest. He was charged with reckless endangerment with deadly weapon involved.
INFORMATION OBTAINED FROM REPORTS COMPILED BY THE COCKE COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT.