By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Minton jailed for stolen logging equipment
Placeholder Image
A man who allegedly stole logging equipment from a remote work site and then cut it up hoping to sell it as scrap has been bound to the grand jury on felony charges.Jarrod M. Minton was bound to the grand jury by General Sessions Judge Larry Ross on charges of theft over $10,000 and vandalism over $10,000.He is charged for allegedly stealing logging equipment from a job site on Harrison Ferry Mountain and cutting it up with a blow torch to sell as scrap metal to a local scrap metal business. The arrest prompted the violation of his probation. Judge Ross ordered him to serve the balance of his prior sentence behind bars for that violation.In other court action:• Pokie E. George was directed to serve 30 days and pay $360 for domestic assault.• Cynthia S. Morrison was issued an 11-29 probationary sentence and must pay $311 for theft.• John Rader was bound to the grand jury on charges of vandalism and criminal trespass.• Jamie Watson was bound to the grand jury on the charge of assault.• Alan Crouch was bound to the grand jury on charges of vandalism and criminal trespass.• Jonhhy T. Glenn was given an 11-29 probationary sentence for simple assault.• Alycia A. Hankey was directed to serve 48 hours and pay $341 for public intoxication.• Jennia L. Wilson must pay $60 plus court costs for public intoxication and possession of drugs.• Thomas G. Wood must pay $261 for public intoxication.• Lorena Fults must serve 48 hours for violation of probation.• Randall Woody was ordered to serve five days for violation of probation.• Robert Anthony Jr., was directed to serve 10 days for violation of probation.Clarification: Shannon Flannigan, employee of Security Finance, is not the estrainged wife of David Flannigan, the person involved in a recent stabbing incident on Oriole Drive.