Suspect charged with animal cruelty as dog freezes

Suspect charged with animal cruelty as dog freezes

By DAVID MELSON – [email protected]

A gentleman whose malnourished dog’s human body was discovered frozen this week has been billed with aggravated animal cruelty.

A number of surviving canine belonging to Marcelino L. Carrera experienced not been fed and had been taken to an animal shelter, Officer Matt Sharp  of the Shelbyville Law enforcement Division explained in his report.

Officer Brad Evans was performing a welfare look at at Carrera’s Hen Road residence Thursday and found the doggy dead in its enclosure. The dog was “covered with snow and ice,” Evans said.

Carrera told Sharp he experienced not fed the puppies in numerous times owing to health issues.

“I did not observe any meals within of the foods bowls supplied for the animals and all of the h2o bowls were being iced about,” Sharp mentioned. “The deceased canine was really malnourished and its hip and rib bones could be clearly recognized by sight.”

Carrera posted $2,500 bond at Bedford County Jail.

Drug cost

Cannabis was confiscated from a man stopped by a Bedford County deputy for owning an unregistered license plate in a motor vehicle with no rear bumper Tuesday night.

Mark Venegas had a cannabis bud and two blunts in the ash tray, marijuana stems in a door, a box containing scales and marijuana in the console and “shake” all through the car, the report mentioned. A total of 3 grams of cannabis were being uncovered.

He was cited for uncomplicated possession, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving on a suspended license and inappropriate registration.

Targeted visitors cones taken

A man grabbed 12 website traffic cones from the parking large amount of McDonald’s, Madison Street, early Tuesday, according to Shelbyville police.

The gentleman was a passenger in a truck at the travel-as a result of window.

Jail intake

The pursuing were billed because Tuesday by the Bedford County Sheriff’s Business office, Shelbyville Police Section, Tennessee Freeway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Process Force. They are only charged guilt or innocence will be decided by the courts.

•Ricky Jay Bolin, 39, Barksdale Lane failure to look held $4,500 bond

•Coby Allan Davis, 30, Frank Martin Road possession of drug paraphernalia, introducing contraband into penal institution, general public intoxication, possession of handgun though intoxicated, felony possession of handgun held, $19,500 bond

•Joshua Michael Franklin, 37, Tate Avenue violation of probation held, $2,000 bond

•Richard Allan Greer, 60, Highway 82 East driving on revoked license summons issued

•Tyrone Mitchell Hughes, 49, West Lane Road probation revocation, show result in purchase produced, $2,500 bond

•Fabiana Juan, 40, East Highland Street no driver’s license, rushing summons issued

•Olivia Elise Linley, 30, Lewisburg failure to look held, $30,000 bond

•Chauntel Renee Lomax, 37, Cookeville probation revocation held, $1,500 bond

•Patricia Leeann Might, 28, homeless, Shelbyville possession of schedule II drug with intent to provide, possession of drug paraphernalia held, $31,000 bond

•Corey Lane Moore, 42, Riverbend Place Club Street bench warrant, failure to look released, $1,500 bond

•James Joseph Odell, 46, Pass Road violation of sexual intercourse offender registry introduced, $2,500 bond

•Bobby Scott Jr., 55, Rolling Road show trigger get, violation of probation released, $5,000 bond