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Like it’s 1999: 29 jailed after raucous party on Silver Dollar Rd.

A noise complaint led deputies to a large party at 156 Silver Dollar Road at 12:30 a.m. July 13 and resulted in the arrest of 29 young people. Deputy Jonathan Hamrick was dispatched to the home at 156 Silver Dollar Road. He found multiple vehicles lining the road. There was a large amount of alcohol on a table by a swimming pool and Hamrick observed numerous subjects who appeared to be well under legal drinking age. Several clothed and partially clothed people ran into the woods. County and city units were called for backup. Several young people were cooperative. Hamrick found a bag of marijuana dropped by one of the fleeing subjects. Some of the fleeing young people were rounded up. Twenty were charged with consumption of alcohol underage and nine were charged with obstruction of an officer. Officers could not locate the host of the party and were advised she was among those who fled. A Forrest Lane arrived and advised the home was that of his parents, Mark and Joy Lane, who were vacationing in Florida. Those arrested were Markeith Lamar Thrasher, Carly Jane Bankston, Andrew Robert Carroll, Jordan Bryn Gibson Goen, J.L. Tomlin, Keith Sheroid Penn, Tiquoun Marquez Qatts, Lauren Mecedes Bragg, Jamie Lynn Bartlett, Savannah Michelle Howard, Haylee Latina McMahan, Mikal MacKenzie Boozer, Leah Ashton Kirchner, Elizabeth Anne Anthony, James Travis Edenfield, Matthew Cole Barbee, Tiffany Brooke Thompson, Amanda Jodi Carbone, Michael David Durham, Ryan Joseph Decker, Patrick Keville Marcoux, Aaron Britt Aderhold, Rio Wiley Barnhart, Zack Taylor Smith, Zachary Jess Devoursney, James Wallace Wetherbee, Robert Thomas Green, Andrew Coleman Biles, William Blake Pollette and Katherine Hope Lee. The charges against each individual are outlined in the sheriff’s report elsewhere on this site.

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