Isaiah Tyler Vaughn, 19, of Manchester, was charged Tuesday (Oct. 24) with aggravated assault, aggravated burglary, vandalism and other counts after the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department responded to a call about a burglary.
Deputy Joey Ricco responded to the call at 2474 Old Tullahoma Hwy. due to a burglary that had allegedly taken place. While on route, dispatch advised that the alleged burglar’s vehicle had just left and was traveling toward Tullahoma.
According to the report written by Ricco, the homeowner said he was not home at the time of the burglary, but that when he arrived he noticed a 32-inch flat-screen TV with a built-in DVD player and a Ryobi cordless drill with a battery and charger missing.
The alleged burglar had apparently used a BB gun to shoot at the home, knocking out four front windows, the front screen door and the glass on the front door.
According to the report, Ricco, Sergeant David Grosch and Investigator James Sherrill contacted Tullahoma Police Department officers, who had stopped Vaughn at the corner of Carter Blake Road and East Lincoln Street in Tullahoma. The Tullahoma officers said they searched the vehicle and found a 32-inch television, a Ryobi drill and a BB gun. They also allegedly found a bag with a glass pipe with residue, metal grinder with residue, digital scales with residue and a small bag of a white crystal substance appearing to be methamphetamine.
Vaughn was charged with aggravated assault, aggravated burglary, theft of property, vandalism, unlawful drug paraphernalia uses and activities, and schedule I drug violation. He was taking to the Coffee County Jail under a bond of $35,500 and he will appear in Coffee County Court on Nov. 27.