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Cops & Courts

  • Shelby County Grand Jury Indictments Jan. 11, 2010

    Shane Clyde Nelson of 3600 Tinn Drive No. 33 in Corinth, MS, was indicted for receiving stolen property under $10,000, theft by unlawful taking and possession of drug paraphernalia.

    Terrance J. Wooten of 482 Midland Boulevard in Shelbyville was indicted for receiving stolen property (firearm), first-degree wanton endangerment and fourth-degree assault.

  • Shelbyville Police Reports: Jan. 11, 2010

    Domestic Violence

    Elias Perez, 22, of 824 College St. in Shelbyville was arrested Jan. 9 at that address and charged with fourth-degree domestic assault with minor injury.

    Hector Gonzalez, age 38-40, of 340 Memorial Drive in Shelbyville was arrested Jan. 8 at 483 Old Mill Road and charged with fourth-degree domestic assault and served with a bench warrant from another agency for possession of a controlled substance.

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  • Court Reports Jan. 6, 2010

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  • Woman charged with DUI and endangering children

    A driver who overturned her vehicle on Smithfield Road with three children inside has been arrested in connection with that incident, police say.

    Buffy C. Flanagan, 36, of Greenwood Court in Shelbyville, was arrested Friday and charged with DUI, first offense, first degree wanton endangerment and second-degree assault.

    An assault charge may occur against a driver when someone is injured as a result of an accident of this type.

  • Marcus Stoner: A man with a story

    Marcus Stoner is a man with a mission that is beginning to sound like mission impossible.

    Stoner wants his story heard. He goes far and wide to tell it. He has told it to the police, to lawyers, to the courts. But no one will listen to him, no one will see his side, no one understands.

    "I just want justice," he said.

  • Unnamed accident victim recovering

    A Florida man who was in a serious auto accident on I-64 Dec. 22 is now on the way back for treatment, said Detective Jason Rice.

     

    Terry Ray, of Orlando, was involved in the accident near 38-mile marker, a location of numerous accidents this year.

     

    Ray drove off the road and into a ravine, and firefighters had to lift him back up to the roadway using a winch. He was airlifted to the University of Louisville. Detective Jason Rice said Ray ran off the road due to a medical condition.

     

  • EARLIER: 1 dead, 1 seriously injured in 2 accidents

    A woman was killed and a man remains unconscious following two separate automobile accidents that occurred about the same time early Tuesday afternoon.

    Ruth Powers, 83, of Louisville died after driving her Dodge Neon into a large tree as she was traveling eastbound on U.S. 60 just east of Simpsonville.

  • 2 accidents, 1 serious injury

    Two different accidents – one after a high-speed police chase – at the same location early Saturday morning have left one Shelby County man in critical condition and a Shelby County fire truck heavily damaged, Fire Chief Bobby Cowherd said.

    Casey McCall of Simpsonville was airlifted to the University of Louisville, where he remains in critical condition after his vehicle struck a fire truck on La Grange Road.

  • Police make drug bust

    Shelbyville Police made a drug-related arrest on Dec. 17 after searching a resident on Rose Street.

    Officers arrested Roninque Marshall, 25, of 79 Rose St. after finding quantities of marijuana, crack cocaine and associated trafficking paraphernalia at his residence. They also discovered more than $1,000 in U.S. currency related to trafficking in controlled substances.

  • Shelbyville Police reports: Jan. 6, 2010

    Driving Under the Influence  

    Jessica S. Brandenburg, 22, of 1502 Bostwick St. in Louisville was arrested Jan. 4 at 1533 Midland Trail and charged with driving under the influence, second offense, under aggravating circumstances.

      Theft-Related  

    Marvin Palencia, 38, of 1586 Lena Court in Shelbyville was arrested Dec. 30 at 303 Main St. and charged with second-degree forgery and identity theft.