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Man breaks woman’s wrist during argument

Man breaks woman’s wrist during argument

By DAVID MELSON – [email protected]

A suspect was charged with aggravated domestic assault after breaking a woman’s wrist during an argument at a Shelbyville motel Thursday.

Gaspar Juan Sebastian, 26, a resident of the Shelbyville Inn, North Cannon Boulevard, was arrested there after others at the motel heard the victim’s screams and notified police.

The victim told officers that Sebastian had been drinking and grabbed and twisted her arm. Gaspar reportedly refused to talk except to say he was gang-affiliated so officers could “take me to jail.”

Sebastian was denied bail after refusing to sign a no-contact order with the victim, police said.

Thefts

• Management at Hawkins & Price Paving, Highway 64 East, discovered one of their trailers was missing when an employee saw Sunday on Facebook Marketplace.

A check of the company’s inventory revealed the trailer was missing, according to a report from the Bedford County Sheriff’s Department. The representative was unsure when the trailer was taken.

•A woman who allegedly “said weird things” to the owner of a beagle being sold on Craigslist gave him a “wad of cash” and left with the dog before he could count the money, a Bedford County deputy was told Thursday.

The “vapour of cash” was $80 in bills, Deputy David Trisdale’s report said. The Beagle’s asking price was $300.

The Bunker Hill Road resident described the suspect as white, about 5 feet tall, weighing 160-180 pounds, and driving a black Nissan SUV.

A theft charge awaits if she is found.

•A Playstation 4, three watches and a backpack were stolen from a Fairground Heights home between approx. 2:30-3:30 p.m. Thursday, a Shelbyville Police Department report said.

The back door was kicked in and the frame broken, and someone put a bucket and two cinder blocks to climb through a kitchen window. A suspect was named.

•A Gibson guitar was stolen between 2 and 8 p.m. Thursday from a home on Enden Avenue, police were told. The owner said the home was locked.

Vandalism

Another in a series of vandalism has been reported at the Lone Oak Church of Christ on Highway 130 in southwestern Bedford County.

A trail camera was stolen and a window was broken, the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office learned Thursday.

This is the third report of damage to the church in the last month. All involved broken windows.

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Troubled escape

An armed runaway Clarksville teenager caused trouble for arresting officers Thursday at a Belmont Avenue home.

Police were notified that the boy, who was charged in Wilson County, was staying with a relative in Shelbyville.

The relative told police the boy was trying to get a ride out of Shelbyville. Officer Kim Moses said in his report that the boy placed a gun in one front pants pocket and loaded magazines in both pockets when he saw her enter a nearby room. He removed the gun and magazines on Moses’ order. The gun was not loaded, she said.

A grinder containing 1.3 grams of marijuana was found in the boy’s possession, Moses said.

The boy allegedly threatened to “bust out” of a patrol car while being transported to the court commissioner’s office at the Bedford County Judicial Center and repeatedly hit his head on a window. An ambulance took the boy to Vanderbilt Bedford Hospital from the justice center after he complained of pain in his head.

After his release from VBH’s emergency room, the boy was charged with illegal possession of a firearm, simple possession of a Route 6 substance and possession of drug paraphernalia. He was to be transferred from the Bedford County Juvenile Detention Center to Wilson County authorities on Monday.

Drug tax

A man found passed out behind the wheel of his vehicle Sunday at a South Cannon Boulevard home had cocaine, police said.

Jordan Tyrese Woodard, 20, of a South Cannon Boulevard residence several blocks away from where he was found, reportedly had a loaded gun in his lap and a plate with a number of cocaine nests for him on the seat of his vehicle.

Woodard was charged with possession of a schedule 2 drug, possession of drug paraphernalia and possession of a handgun while under the influence. He was held on $7,500 bond.

Prohibited weapons

A man arrested on a probation violation Monday was charged with possession of a prohibited weapon, police said.

Marvin Zacarias, 30, of Columbia, South Carolina, was found in a Bird Street home. Brass knuckles were found in a pocket while he was being searched.

Zacarias was held on $5,000 bond.

Play bullies

A group of online gamers are threatening and bullying a Shelbyville man, police were told Thursday.

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The victim said the players hacked into his Xbox and stole an account linked to his Gamer Code (online identification), which had his social security number attached.

The hackers gained control of games and gold coins on the account, the player said. He was told that if he didn’t hang out with them in their gambling lobbies and parties, they would “fry all the electronics” in the family home and plant in his yard a gun that had been used in a murder with fingerprints on it.

Derogatory names are sometimes used against the player by the group’s members, he told police.

Prison intake

The following were arrested since Thursday by the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, the Shelbyville Police Department, the Tennessee Highway Patrol or the 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are charged only; guilt or innocence will be decided by the courts.

•Alexander Cole Adams, 31, Clyde Gleaves Road; driving on a revoked license, failure to yield, leaving the scene of an accident; released, no bond

•Ashton Barrett, 20, Dickson; due care, DUI, improper registration, seat belt law; released, no bond

•Francisco J. Camillo Rojas, 25, Antioch; use of firearm in connection with a dangerous felony, possession of stolen property, possession of schedule Ii drug, possession of schedule 6 drug; held, $15,000 bond

•Diego Sebastian Diego, 35, Green Lane; driving on a suspended license, speeding; released, no bond

• Wendy Faulk, 46, Midland Road; due diligence, evading arrest, financial responsibility, speeding; released, no bond

•Jewelianna Rebekah Hayes, 22, King Arthur Court; violation of probation; held, $10,000 bond

•Roger Jason Lokey, 49, Murfreesboro; driving on suspended license, financial responsibility, speeding; released, no bond

•Keon Neeley, 32, Center Street; failure to appear; held, no bond noted

•Ashley Dawn Parham, 28, East Depot Street; driving on suspended license, financial responsibility, misregistration, seat belt law, no driver’s license/exhibited on request, texting while driving; released, no bond noted

•Rhonda Michelle Sandoval, 53, Ranchero Drive; violation of probation; released, $2,500 bond

•Reuben Starnes Jr., 50, Manchester; driving on a suspended license, speeding; released, no bond noted

•Junior Pascual Tomas, 34, West End Circle; driving on suspended license, DUI; held, $1,500 bond

•Laterica Wilkes, 28, Germantown Road; DUI: released, no bond

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•Edwin Alexis Vargas Aguilar, 24, Apache Place; financial responsibility, no driver’s license/exhibited on request, violation of registration act; released, no bond

•Edwin Rafael Aguilar, 40, King Arthur Court; driving on suspended license, financial responsibility, speeding; released, no bond

•Chad Michael Brown, 48, Wall Street; violation of probation; $2,500 bond

•Carlton Leon Bruton, 52, EM Arnold Lane; no driver’s license/exhibited on request, speeding; released, no bond

•Stacey Marie Cox, 37, Boardwalk Way; capias (two counts), failure to appear; no binding

•Tiffany Leann Currier, 35, Lynchburg; aggravated burglary, theft of property; $6,500 bond

•Cindy Hernandez, 31, Antioch; failure to appear, possession of a schedule 2 drug, unlawful possession of a weapon; no binding

•James Benson Hicks, 39, Murfreesboro; DUI, no driver’s license/exhibited upon request, open container law, seat belt law, speeding, probation violation; $2,500 bond

•Patrick Eugene Hix, 32, Eagleville; driving on a suspended license; released, no bond

•Darryle Jackson Jr, 53, Spring Hill; public intoxication; $1,500 bond

•Claude D. Nippers, 53, Highway 31A North, Unionville; driving on a suspended licence; released, $250 bond

•William Arahely Pelaez Herrera, 27, Lewisburg; driver must exercise due care, DUI, no driver’s license/exhibited upon request; released, $2,500 bond

•Miguel Angel Quezada, 25, Quarry Street; violation of probation; $4,500 bond

•Christopher Mikail Scruggs, 26, Birch Street; driving on suspended license, financial responsibility, light law, open container law, speeding, probation violation; $3,000 bond

•Gaspar Juan Sebatian, 26, North Cannon Boulevard; burglary, aggravated domestic assault, theft of property; $10,000 bond

• Meredith Shelby Seibers, 26, Hawkins Drive; violation of probation; released, no bond

•Thomas Gaithel Taylor, 42, Fayetteville; possession of schedule 6 drugs; released, no bond

•Kenneth Williams, 42, Tate Avenue; aggravated burglary (three counts), theft of property (three counts); $26,500 bond

•Jordan Tyrese Woodard, 20, South Cannon Boulevard; possession of a handgun while under the influence; possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of a schedule 2 drug; $7,500 bond

•Marvin Ramirez Zacarias, 30, Columbia, South Carolina; prohibited weapon, probation violation; held, $5,000 bond

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