A Franklin woman was arrested on a charge of wanton endangerment after an alleged altercation during which she allegedly fired a shot from a handgun on Saturday, Oct. 10.

Michelle Ann Critz, 32, was also charged with fourth degree assault — domestic violence — no visible injury.

The Simpson County Sheriff’s Office arrested Ms. Critz following the alleged altercation at a residence in the 400 block of Sportsman Lake Road.

Deputy sheriff Wyatt Harper made the arrest at 3:50 a.m.

Franklin Police arrested a Houston, Texas woman on five charges on Saturday, Oct. 10.

Brandy Nicole Nealy, 34, was charged with public intoxication — controlled substance — excludes alcohol, possession of a controlled substance — methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance — cocaine, possession of marijuana and drug paraphernalia buy or possession.

Nealy was arrested in the 43 hundred block of Nashville Road at approximately 5:44 p.m.

The arrest citation said police responded to a possible intoxicated female when contact was made with Nealy who was sitting in a vehicle.

The citation said items allegedly found during a search of the vehicle included a marijuana grinder, a marijuana vape pen, suspected methamphetamine, suspected cocaine, a glass smoking pipe containing suspected methamphetamine residue and marijuana.

Officer John Thompson made the arrest.

The Simpson County Sheriff’s Office cited a Franklin man on five charges including a drug possession charge following a traffic stop on Scottsville Road on Monday, Oct. 12.

Steven L. Norvell, 37, was cited for rear license not illuminated, license to be in possession, possession of a controlled substance — methamphetamine, drug paraphernalia — buy or possession and failure to notify address change to department of transportation.

The citation said items allegedly found during a search of the vehicle driven by Norvell included used needles and a substance identified as methamphetamine.

Deputy sheriff Quintin Wright issued the citation at approximately 10:55 p.m.

Franklin Police arrested a Springfield, Tennessee man on seven drug related charges on Sunday, Oct. 4.

Ahmed Ali Al Zayady, 35, was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of a controlled substance — methamphetamine, possession of a controlled substance — cocaine, drug paraphernalia buy or possession, illegal possession of legend drug, prescription controlled substance not in proper container and possession of a controlled substance — hydrocodone.

The arrest was made at about 6:30 p.m. after police were called for an emergency at a residence in the 400 block of West Cedar Street.

The arrest citation said after arriving at the residence Al Zayady allegedly gave police a small baggie of marijuana and a marijuana pipe.

The citation said items allegedly located by police at the residence included suspected methamphetamine, suspected cocaine, suspected methamphetamine rocks, various paraphernalia, hydrocodone not in original container and several legend drugs in unlabeled pill bottles.

Officer Tyler Anderson made the arrest.

A Lobelville, Tennessee man faces charges stemming from an alleged assault that happened following an argument about wearing a mask.

Brandon N. Williams, 34, is charged in an arrest warrant with strangulation, fourth degree assault — minor injury, third degree terroristic threatening and menacing.

Franklin Police say the alleged assault happened July 19 at Pilot with Subway on Scottsville Road.

The offense report said an employee told Williams he needed to wear a mask; but Williams said he did not have to due to medical reasons.

The report said a struggle then occurred between the two men behind the counter during which Williams allegedly assaulted the employee and grabbed him by the throat.

The report said Williams also verbally threatened the employee after the two men were separated.

Williams left the business before police arrived.

Franklin Police Officer Tyler Anderson served Williams the arrest warrant on Saturday, Oct. 3.

A Franklin woman was cited on a charge of theft of identity of another without consent stemming from a traffic stop on June 21.

Franklin Police say Alva J. Wilson, 41, allegedly used another person’s identity without permission to avoid detection from law enforcement during the traffic stop.

Ms. Wilson was also cited on charges of no registration plates, no registration receipt and driving on DUI suspended license.

Franklin Police issued the citation Sunday, Oct. 4.

Franklin Police say an attempt was made to use a counterfeit $20 bill at a North Main Street business on Monday, Oct. 5.

The report says an attempt was made to use the counterfeit money at a restaurant at 811 North Main Street.

The address is listed as being Sonic Drive In restaurant.

A Franklin juvenile was injured when he was struck by a pick up truck while riding his bicycle on South Main Street in front of Franklin Elementary on Tuesday, Oct. 6.

The Franklin Police Collision Report says the male juvenile was taken by Franklin-Simpson Ambulance Service to The Medical Center at Franklin after the collision, which occurred at about 4:35 p.m.

According to the collision report, the 1999 Ford F150 pick up truck involved in the collision was driven by Logan M. Ford, 18, of Franklin.

Officer Tyler Anderson investigated.

A Lafayette, Tennessee man told Franklin Police his wallet was stolen while he was at Kentucky Downs.

The offense report said credit cards were taken from the wallet and used to make some $750 in purchases.

Officer Serhiy Varyvoda filed the offense report that said the theft happened on Sept. 27.

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