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Hawkins Police Blotter: Greene man accused of injuring girlfriend's shoulder with body slam

Jeff Bobo • Feb 1, 2020 at 6:30 PM

BULLS GAP — The Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a Greeneville man accused of injuring his girlfriend’s shoulder during a Jan. 27 argument at her residence near Bulls Gap.

Aaron Isley, 21, 326 Royal St., is accused of body slamming the woman on her porch, causing her shoulder to be broken or dislocated. 

HCSO Deputy Will Mullins responded to Hawkins County Memorial Hospital, where he met the victim in the emergency room.

The woman told Mullins she was at her home that afternoon when she observed Isley going through her stepfather’s property and asked him to stop.

“(The victim) stated Isley came at her and she put her hand out and stopped him,” Mullins stated in his report. “(The victim) further stated Aaron Isley picked her up and body slammed her onto the porch, and she also hit her head. (The victim) was not able to move her left arm and I did observe abrasions on her left shoulder. (She) told me when Isley picked her up, she couldn’t use her arms to break her fall.”

As of Friday, Isley was still wanted on a HCSO warrant for aggravated domestic assault, a Class C felony punishable by 3-6. The HCSO stated the warrant was sent to Greene County because that’s where Isley resides.

HCSO says woman admits attacking boyfriend

Roxanna Marie Booth, 31, Surgoinsville, was charged with domestic assault and DUI on Jan. 27 after she allegedly admitted to beating her boyfriend.

HCSO Deputy Casey Carter initially responded to a report of a man being assaulted in his yard on George Allen Road in the Stanley Valley community near Surgoinsville.

The victim stated that Booth and three other people came to his residence, jumped him, and dragged him out of his yard.

Carter observed the victim to be lying in his yard and having a hard time breathing, with bruising on his body and blood on his face.

A short time later, Deputy Hunter Jones located Booth at the Stanley Valley Market, where she allegedly admitted that she went to he victim’s residence with her juvenile son and beat the victim. Then she took her son home.

Booth allegedly performed poorly on a field sobriety test and submitted to a blood draw. She was arraigned Wednesday and is scheduled to appear in Sessions Court again on March 9.

Judge’s father-in-law’s stolen gun recovered

Circuit Judge Alex Pearson reported to the HCSO on Jan. 26 that a Smith & Wesson 9mm handgun valued at $350 that his father-in-law had reported stolen was listed for sale on www.armslist.com.

According to an HCSO report, Investigator Bob Ellis with the Hawkins County District Attorney’s Office called the number in the listing and arranged a buy with the seller, who reportedly wanted to meet Ellis at the Hawkins County EMS station in Rogersville.

Upon inspecting the gun, Ellis confirmed it was reported stolen and took it into evidence. The seller, who was identified as Allen Harris of Rogersville, reportedly stated he had bought the gun from a cousin on Jan. 20.

DUI with meth in Carters Valley

Roy Lee Rogers, 52, Church Hill, was charged with meth possession and DUI among other offenses on Jan. 28 after HCSO Deputy Hunter Jones conducted a traffic stop for crossing the fog line.

Jones stated in his report that shortly after midnight he observed a Chevy S-10 pickup exit the Carters Valley Elementary School parking lot, then cross the white fog line four times within approximately 60 yards.

Rogers was stopped on Carters Valley Road and was unable to produce a driver’s license. Jones allegedly found a baggie of meth in Rogers’ jacket pocket, and Rogers allegedly admitted to using meth prior to the traffic stop.

Aside from DUI and meth possession, Rogers was charged with driving while in possession of meth, no insurance, and driving on roadways laned for traffic. He was arraigned Wednesday and will be back in Sessions Court on Feb 12.

Phony 911 calls lead to arrest

Jessica Daniel Bandy, 34, Rogersville, was charged with filing a false report on Jan. 24 after she allegedly called 911 twice, then intentionally avoided the officer who responded.

The first call came in shortly before 8 a.m. from Lauderback Road in the Persia community just south of Rogersville, during which time the dispatcher reported hearing a woman state that she needed help and a male voice in the background.

HCSO Deputy Bryan Sanders responded to that area and knocked on doors but didn’t find the caller. The second 911 call came in at 9:30 a.m. from the same woman and the dispatcher was able to get an address on Grigsby School Road.

Again, Sanders knocked on doors and didn’t find the caller, but he returned at 11 a.m. and located Bandy, who allegedly stated she’d been in a verbal argument with her boyfriend and thought the 911 calls would defuse the situation.

Bandy allegedly admitted that she never intended to speak to police after making the 911 calls and twice didn’t answer her door when Sanders knocked hoping he would “go away.” She was arraigned Monday in Sessions Court and will be back in court March 30.

Man charged in logging dispute

L.C. Barnard, 55, Mooresburg, was arrested on Jan. 26 on one count of theft over $10,000 for allegedly failing to pay for 100 trees he cut last year.

According to a warrant filed by HCSO Detective Greg Sturgill, the victim stated he and Barnard had an agreement for Barnard to pay him $20,000 in exchange for cutting approximately 100 trees from the victim’s property in Eidson.

Sturgill stated in his report that Barnard stated he would pay the victim the week of Dec. 15, but as of the time of his arrest hadn’t made payment and had failed to make contact with the victim or the HCSO. Barnard was arraigned Monday and will be back in Sessions Court April 15.

 

 

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