Your Right to Know: Reports from Henderson Police Dept., Chester County Sheriff’s Dept., and other agencies

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City of Henderson
Police Department
October 16, 2020
Roman Gabriel Cool
, 28, 1017 Barnett Dr., was arrested and charged with first offense driving under the influence and violation of the open container law. He is held in the Chester County Jail in lieu of a $2,000 bond.
October 17, 2020
Ashley Morgan Hutchcraft
, 29, Brownsville, was arrested and charged with public intoxication. She was released from the Chester County Jail after posting a $500 bond.
City of Henderson
Fire Department
October 13, 2020

5:41 p.m. – US Hwy 45 N and McKnight Lane, motor vehicle accident.
9:14 p.m. – 139 S. Cason Ave., Freed-Hardeman University, Bradfield Hall, false alarm.
October 14, 2020
6:20 a.m. – US Hwy 45/Premier Way, motor vehicle accident.
October 16, 2020
4:01 p.m. – 1639 US Hwy 45 N., false alarm.
5:02 p.m. – 330 E. University St., Freed- Hardeman University, Woods-East Hall, cooking set off alarm.
October 17, 2020
2:57 p.m. – 600 N. Church Ave., Gene Record Park, trash can fire.
October 18, 2020
1:49 p.m. – 129 E. University St., Freed-Hardeman University, Scott Hall, cooking set off alarm.
Chester County
Sheriff’s Department
October 12, 2020
Kenny Logan Brasher
, 26, Jacks Creek, was arrested and charged with assault and resisting stop/fisk/halt. He is held in the Chester County Jail without bond.
October 13, 2020
A Chester County resident reported an undelivered package. According to the report, a package had been shipped via FedEx but was never delivered. The complainant stated FedEx advised the package had been delivered to the address, however no delivery was found on home security footage.
October 14, 2020
Jared Cook
, 23, 914 W. Main St., was arrested and charged with contempt of court. He was released from the Chester County Jail after posting a $1,000 bond.
October 15, 2020
Charlie Owen Wells
, 40, Beech Bluff, was arrested and charged with contempt of court. He was released from the Chester County Jail on his own recognizance.
October 16, 2020
Tommy James Bynum Jr.
, 29, Humboldt, was arrested and charged with sixth offense driving on a canceled/revoked or suspended license. He was released from the Chester County Jail on his own recognizance, to a Hold in Gibson County.
A New Friendship Road resident reported the theft of a 2005 black Dodge Durango with black wheels, valued at $3,500.
October 17, 2020
Christopher Neal Morris
, 38, Selmer, was arrested and charged with failure to pay child support. He posted a $500 cash bond and was released from the Chester County Jail to Henderson County.
A Chester County resident reported a license plate missing from a vehicle.
October 18, 2020
Matthew Thomas Shields
, 30, Adamsville, was arrested and charged with reckless burning. He was released from the Chester County Jail after posting a $1,000 bond.
Chester County
Fire Department

No reports.
Chester County
Circuit Court
September 3, 2020
Darnell Burton
, 40, 60 Meadowland Lane, pled guilty to counts one/two (merged), class B felony possession of methamphetamine with intent to sell and was sentenced to nine years in a TDOC facility at 30 percent prior to release eligibility, receiving credit for time served pretrial and ordered to pay court costs plus $2,000 in fines. All evidence in this case is declared contraband and is forfeited to the Chester County Sheriff’s Department. All counts are concurrent. He pled guilty to counts three/four (merged), class C felony possession of schedule II controlled substances with intent to sell, and was sentenced to six years in a TDOC facility at 30 percent to release eligibility, with credit for time served, and ordered to pay $2,000 in fines. Burton pled guilty to count five, class A misdemeanor possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia uses and activities, and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail with credit for time served pretrial, a minimum of 75 percent service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, and was ordered to pay costs plus $150 in fines.
Alexander Lee Henley, 43, 1175 Lott Road, pled guilty to count one, class A misdemeanor possession of methamphetamine and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail with credit for time served pretrial, a mandatory minimum of 30 days and a minimum of 75 percent service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, ordered to pay court costs plus $750 in fines. He pled guilty to count three, class A misdemeanor simple possession of a schedule II controlled substance and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail, consecutive to count one, with a minimum of 75 percent service prior to work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, and ordered to pay costs plus $750 in fines. Henley pled guilty to count four, class A misdemeanor simple possession of a schedule V controlled substance and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail, concurrent with count one, receiving credit for time served pretrial, a minimum of 75 percent service prior to work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, and ordered to pay costs plus $750 in fines. He pled guilty to count five, class A misdemeanor simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail, concurrent with counts one and four, receiving credit for time served pretrial, a minimum of 75 percent service prior to work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, and ordered to pay costs plus $250 in fines. He pled guilty to count six, class B misdemeanor driving while license suspended, and was sentenced to six months in the Chester County Jail, concurrent with counts one, four and five, receiving credit for time served pretrial, a minimum of 75 percent service prior to work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, ordered to pay costs plus $50 in fines. Driving privileges are suspended for an additional year or like period. He pled guilty to count seven, class C misdemeanor violation of the vehicle financial responsibility act and was ordered to pay costs plus $100 in fines.
Johnathon Andrew Kelley, 27, Reagan, pled guilty to count one, class D felony burglary – other than habitation, and was sentenced to two years in a TDOC facility at 30 percent prior to release eligibility with credit for time served pretrial, and ordered to pay court costs plus $100 in fines and to have no contact with victims or witnesses in this case. He pled guilty to count two, class A misdemeanor theft up to $1,000, and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail with credit for time served pretrial, a minimum of 75 percent service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, and ordered to pay $100 in fines. All counts are concurrent.
September 4, 2020
Aissia S. Hardin
, 28, 427 Beechwood Dr., pled guilty to count one, class A misdemeanor assault, and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail with credit for time served pretrial and a minimum of 75 percent service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, all suspended and supervised, and ordered to pay court costs plus $50 in fines. She pled guilty to count two, class A misdemeanor domestic assault and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail, consecutive to count one, with credit for time served, and a minimum of 75 percent service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, suspended and supervised, and ordered to pay costs plus $50 in fines. She is to have no contact of any kind with and must stay away from witnesses and victim.
Erin Rees, 39, Beech Bluff, pled guilty to count three, class A misdemeanor possession of unlawful drug paraphernalia uses and activities, and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail with credit for time served pretrial, a minimum of 150 days incarceration to be served prior to release on probation or Community Corrections and a minimum of 75 percent service prior to work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, all suspended and supervised by Community Corrections, and ordered to pay court costs plus $150 in fines. She must follow all rules of probation, have no contact with victims or witnesses, must submit to random drug and alcohol screens and maintain full time employment or be a full-time student. All counts are concurrent.
Timothy Barham, 51, 593B Woodland Dr., was found guilty of count one, class D felony, burglary – other than habitation, and was sentenced to four years in a TDOC facility at 30 percent service prior to release eligibility, with credit for time served pretrial, all suspended and supervised by Community Corrections, and ordered to pay court costs plus $5,000 in joint restitution. He pled guilty to count two, class D felony theft of property $2,500-$10,000, and was sentenced to four years in a TDOC facility at 30 percent prior to release eligibility, with credit for time served pretrial, suspended and supervised and ordered to pay costs plus $5,000 in joint restitution. He is to follow all rules of probation, to have no contact with victims or witnesses, must submit to random drug and alcohol screens, maintain full time employment or be a full-time student or maintain social security disability status. All counts are concurrent.
Daniel Blake Harville, 26, Savannah, pled guilty to count one, class D felony burglary – other than habitation, and was sentenced to three years in a TDOC facility at 30 percent prior to release eligibility, with credit for time served pretrial, and ordered to pay court costs plus $5,000 in joint restitution. He pled guilty to count two, class D felony theft of property $2,500 to $10,000, and was sentenced to three years in a TDOC facility at 30 percent prior to release eligibility, with credit for time served pretrial, ordered to pay costs plus $5,000 in joint restitution. All counts are concurrent.
Teresa Jones, 57, 593B Woodland Dr., was found guilty to count one, class D felony, burglary – other than habitation, and was sentenced to three years in a TDOC facility at 30 percent prior to release eligibility, with credit for time served pretrial, all suspended and supervised by Community Corrections and ordered to pay court costs plus $5,000 in joint restitution. She is to follow all rules of probation, have no contact with victims or witnesses, must submit to random drug and alcohol screens, maintain full time employment or be a full-time student or maintain her social security disability status. She was found guilty of count two, class D felony theft of property $2,500 to $10,000, and was sentenced to three years in a TDOC facility at 30 percent prior to release eligibility, with credit for time served pretrial, all suspended and supervised, and ordered to pay costs plus $5,000 in joint restitution. All counts are concurrent.
Antray Morrow, 42, Jackson, pled guilty to count one, class A misdemeanor simple possession of a schedule VI controlled substance, and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail, a minimum of six months incarceration to be served prior to release on probation or Community Corrections, a minimum of 75 percent service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, all suspended and supervised by Community Corrections, and ordered to pay court costs plus $250 in fines, to follow all rules of probation, to have no contact with victims or witnesses, must submit to random drug and alcohol screens and must maintain full time employment or be a full-time student. He pled guilty to count two, class C misdemeanor speeding, and was sentenced to 30 days in the Chester County Jail with a minimum of 75 percent service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, and ordered to pay court costs plus $50 in fines. All counts are concurrent.
October 1, 2020
Stacy Ann Givens
, 47, Reagan, pled guilty to count one, class A misdemeanor theft up to $1,000, and was sentenced to 11 months and 29 days in the Chester County Jail with credit for time served pretrial, a minimum of six months incarceration to be served prior to release on probation or Community corrections and a minimum of 75 percent service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, all suspended and supervised by Community Corrections, and ordered to pay court costs plus $100 in fines. She is to follow all rules of probation, to have no contact with victims or witnesses, must submit to random drug and alcohol screens and must maintain full time employment or be a full-time student. Clark pled guilty to count two, class C misdemeanor criminal trespass, and was sentenced to 30 days in the Chester County Jail, consecutive to a specified Henderson County case, with credit for time served pretrial, a minimum of 75 percent service prior to eligibility for work release, furlough, trusty status or rehabilitative programs, suspended and supervised, and ordered to pay costs plus $50 in fines. All counts are concurrent.