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January 19, 2013

Arrest reports 1/19/13

County arrests

Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported the following arrests Friday:

• Erasmo Sierra Borunda, 39, of 20484 Cox Road, Athens, second-degree possession of a forges instrument, no driver’s license, no insurance and failure to yield

• Juan Jose Carrillo, 23, of 308 Hillside Road, Decatur, probation revoked on previous conviction for obstruction of justice by using a false name)

• Brennon Lee Christopher, 18, of 13257 Shaw Road, Athens, bond revoked on previous charge of driving under the influence

• Mark Allen Harding, 38, of 15719, Huntsville-Browns Ferry Road, Athens, second-degree possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia

• Bobby Joe Hastings, 41, of 803 Sanders St., Athens, third-degree burglary

• Michael Scott Holland, 31, of 113 Bold Springs, McEwen, Tenn., manufacturing a controlled substance (for Dickson County, Tenn.)

• Sebastian Braze Knight, 42, of 21161 Old Elkmont Road, Athens, grand jury indictment for third-degree burglary

• Jonathan Dakota Norwood, 18, of 13593 Quinn Road, Athens, possession of drug paraphernalia

• Shaun William Pillette, 34, of 10272 U.S. 72, Lot 19, Athens, public intoxication

• John Thomas Posey, 35, of 606 N. Beaty St., Athens, public intoxication

• Francisco Carlos Suarez, 29, of 14387 Grubbs Road, Athens, second-degree sexual abuse

County thefts

Limestone County Sheriff’s Department reported the following theft Friday:

• ATHENS — $150 cash stolen between Jan. 12 and 13 in 22000 block Piney Chapel Road

City arrests

Athens Police Department reported the following arrests Friday:

• Ronald Heath Brown, 35, of 110 Thomas St., Apt. 308, Athens, breaking and entering a vehicle and fraudulent use of a credit/debit card

• Olin Keith Ezell, 55, of 983 County Road 77, Rogersville, third-degree theft of property

• Windham Nathaniel Ezell, 18, of 983 County Road 77, Rogersville, third-degree theft of property

City thefts

Athens Police Department reported the following thefts Friday:

• Various quantities of hydrocodone, diazepam and carisoprodol, total value $15, taken during breaking and entering of a vehicle Jan. 17 in 1200 block West Market Street

• 1986 Chevrolet Caprice, valued at $5,000, stolen Jan. 17 in 500 block Elkton Street

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