Anderson’s felony assault trial is set for December 8

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May 30 – A Fairfield Glade-area man accused of stabbing a friend during a night of drinking will face trial for assault in December, following an appearance in Cumberland County Criminal Court at the start of the month.

Louis Ed Anderson, 57, was indicted by the grand jury in November 2021 for felony aggravated assault, with an alternative theory for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.

Fairfield Glade Police and Cumberland County Sheriff’s Investigators responded to a report of a stabbing incident at a Runnymeade Dr. residence on July 14 and found Teddy Allred being treated by medics at the scene.

Allred had been stabbed multiple times in the back and abdomen, according to a police report released at the time.

He was rushed to the Fairfield Glade Food City parking lot on Peavine Rd., where medics were met by a medical helicopter to be transported to the trauma center at the University of Tennessee Medical Center for treatment of his injuries. .

Allred is believed to have since recovered from his injuries.

Anderson was taken into custody at the scene and after several hours of questioning was taken into custody.

Anderson is represented by Crossville attorney Jeff Vires and is currently on $10,000 bond.

Hearings on the motions have been set for August 19 and the trial for December.

In other cases on the docket, the following occurred:

Test set

—Jerry Lynn Ashburn, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and/or deliver, theft of property up to $1,000, child abuse, neglect or endangerment, simple possession and possession of paraphernalia drugs, motion hearing set for August 3; trial scheduled for September 13.

—Jimmy Harold Clark, child rape, motions set for September 19 and trial scheduled for September 19.

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TAUT

—Jason Michael Brooks, incest, continued through August 19.

—Jimmy Harold Clark, child rape, motions set for September 19 and continued through September 19.

—Thomas Lane Cobb, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and/or deliver, possession of a schedule II drug with intent to sell and/or deliver, simple possession, possession of a weapon by a felon, evading arrest, simple possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, and two cases in demarcation, continued through July 6.

—Rodney Lee Corbitt Jr., multiple probation violations, theft of goods up to $1,000, theft of property up to $1,000, possession of a weapon by a felon and evading arrest, have continued until July 15.

—Delores May Cravens, two counts of possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and/or deliver, possession of a Schedule IV drug with intent to sell and/or deliver, theft of goods up to $1,000 , two counts of simple possession, possession for drug paraphernalia and two counts of repeat driving with a suspended license, forfeiture and capia issued for failure to appear; ten days in jail and sentenced to a bail hearing.

—Bryan Emory Edmonds, possession of a Schedule VI drug, continued until July 15.

—Michael Scott Elliott, aggravated burglary, two counts of theft of property between $2,500 and $10,000, evading arrest and simple possession, continued through June 22.

—Kelsey Autumn Finley, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and/or deliver, smuggling into a correctional facility, possession of a legendary drug, and simple possession, capias issued and prosecuted through June 27.

—Margaret Lindsey Fitzgerald, possession of 300 grams of methamphetamine or more, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and/or deliver, possession of a weapon by a criminal, possession of a weapon for the purpose of arming oneself , simple possession and possession of drug paraphernalia, continued until June 22.

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—Denver Gray Houston, two counts of domestic assault and breach of a protective order, continued through Aug. 19.

—Edward Lynn Jones, theft of property from $1,000 to $2,500, prosecuted until June 27.

—John Dale Miller, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and/or deliver, theft of property $10,000 to $60,000, theft of property $2,500 to $10,000 and two counts of theft of property from $1,000 to $2,500, continued until June 6.

—Rodrigo Domingo Perez, forgery and identity theft, declares to drop charges.

—Curtis Eugene Petrowski, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and/or deliver, continued through July 6.

—Michael Arzo Potter, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and/or deliver, smuggling into a correctional facility, simple possession, and possession of paraphernalia for drug use, continued through June 27 .

—Billie Rae Pugh, two counts of possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and/or deliver and possession of drug paraphernalia (replacing indictment), capias and garnishment released for failure to appear, ten days in jail and sentenced to a bail hearing.

—Frank Henry Quince Jr., aggravated assault, continued through June 27.

—Brian Allen Sherrill, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and/or deliver, two counts of simple possession of methamphetamine and possession of drug paraphernalia, continued through June 27.

—Kevin Sherrill, theft of property between $10,000 and $60,000, prosecuted until June 22.

—Michael Stanley Simmons, aggravated assault on a first responder and domestic assault, continued through August 19.

—Cecil Lee Smith, aggravated burglary, theft of property $2,500 to $10,000 and vandalism $2,500 to $10,000, continued through June 10.

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—Kyle Allen Sernquist, aggravated assault, resisting a stop, arrest or search, possession of a handgun while under the influence and public intoxication, continued through Aug. 19.

—Carl John Ulacco, second driving under the influence offence, continued until June 27.

—Kelly Michelle Young, burglary and possession of burglary tools, continued until June 10.

Relationship with lawyer

—Christopher Jacques Baird, aggravated assault, domestic assault and child abuse, neglect or endangerment, continued until July 15.

—Audrey Lynn Williams, possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and/or deliver, the Office of the Public Defender was appointed to represent Williams and continued until September 7.

Probation Violations

—Dennis Edward Hancock, pleaded guilty to violations and is to serve 90 days in prison, with credit for time already served, and then be reinstated on supervised probation.

—Brittany Ann Baker, Office of the Public Defender appointed to represent Baker and the probation violation hearing continued through June 10.

—David Wayne Chenault, James Hargis named to represent Chenault and probation violation hearing continued through June 10.

—Toby Joe-Lee Godsey, pleaded guilty to a probation violation and is due to serve the remainder of his sentence.

—Michael Lee Hopkins, Office of the Public Defender appointed to represent Hopkins and the probation violation hearing continued through June 10.

—Joe Levi Reagan, Office of the Public Defender appointed to represent Reagan and the probation violation hearing continued through June 10.

—Cecil Lee Smith, the probation violation hearing continued through June 10.

—Jeffery Lynn Tabor, Office of the Public Defender appointed to represent Tabor and the probation violation hearing continued through June 10.

Michael Moser can be contacted at [email protected]

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