Avery County Arrest Report | Arrest reports


The following information is courtesy of the Avery County Sheriff’s Office. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty by a court.

Jasmine Marie Chinchilla, 34, of 521 East White Head Street in Sparta, was charged on October 4 with trafficking in methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of methamphetamine and possession with intent to manufacture / sell / delivering methamphetamine.

Andrea Monique Cannon, 25, of 711 S. Martin Luther King Jr. Avenue Apartment 23F in Salisbury, was charged on October 5 with first degree arson and child abuse.

Richard Grant Colvard, 39, of 30 Hopson Lane in Newland, was charged on October 6 with assault causing serious bodily harm.

Rodger Hayden Gwyn, Jr., 26, of 3900 N. US 19E in Newland, was charged Oct. 6 with non-appearance for child support, motor vehicle theft, simple possession of a controlled substance of Schedule III, possession of marijuana up to 0.5 oz. and possession of marijuana paraphernalia.

Cynthia Ann Macy, 42, of 484 Highway. 70 SW, Room 153 Budget Inn in Hickory, was charged on October 6 with an arrest order for failing to appear for simple assault on 2nd M from the RO.

Mindy Lee Hicks, 42, of 00 Pigeon Roost in Banner Elk, was charged on October 8 with indecent assault and assault against a government official or employee.

Albert Kinsley, 68, of 632 Turbyfill Road in Newland, was charged on October 8 for violating a domestic violence protection order and communicating threats.

Joshua Jacob Hicks, 34, of 5226 Flat Springs Road in Elk Park, was charged on Oct. 9 with misdemeanor probation violation and failure to appear for driving while his license was revoked without impaired driving.

Jesse James-Allen Mead, 38, of 205 Davenport Road in Newland, was charged on October 9 with a probation violation.

Mary Ann Mrock, 44, of 157 Turbyfill Road in Newland, was charged on October 9 with impaired driving.

Steven Jeffery Miller, 22, of 1206 River Street. in Wilkesboro, was charged on October 11 with resisting a public officer.


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