Rockwood Police arrest Gunner Mitchell Saturday Following theft of vehicle and illegal drugs

One man is in the Roane County Jail charged with aggravated burglary, auto burglary, theft of a motor vehicle, simple possession, and possession of scheduled I Drug after an incident at 113 East Dunn Street in Rockwood early Saturday morning. The Rockwood police was sent to a business garage at the location where a pickup was taken without permission by a man identified as 29-year-old Gunnar Trey Mitchell. The Rockwood police report indicates Mitchell did not have permission to take the vehicle which he was found driving around 3:30am Saturday, at a traffic stop on the vehicle by Rockwood police officer York. Mitchell remains in jail today on bonds totaling $115,000. The incident occurred late Friday night at the garage owned by Dereck Blake. Mitchell is in jail awaiting a court appearance on these charges.

Gunnar Trey Mitchell
Age/Race/Sex: 29 / W / M
Booking Number: 27587
Booked: 01/05/2024
Released: Arresting Agency: ROCKWOOD – TN0730400
Arresting Date/Time: 01/05/2024 12:51

Bond: $115,000.00

1 – Burglary Of Motor Vehicle – Theft Of Vehicle Parts/Accessories
Offense Date: 01/05/2024
Bond: $5,000.00
Bond Type: Appearance with Conditions
Charging Agency:

2 – Aggravated Burgulary
Offense Date: 01/05/2024
Bond: $20,000.00
Bond Type: Appearance with Conditions
Charging Agency:

3 – Simple Possession Or Casual Exchange
Offense Date: 01/05/2024
Bond: $5,000.00
Bond Type: Appearance with Conditions
Charging Agency:

4 – Schedule I Controlled Substances
Offense Date: 01/05/2024
Bond: $50,000.00
Bond Type: Appearance with Conditions
Charging Agency:

5 – Theft Of Motor Vehicle ($1001-$2499)
Offense Date: 01/05/2024
Bond: $30,000.00
Bond Type: Appearance with Conditions
Charging Agency:

6 – Theft Of Property Not From Building Up To $1,000
Offense Date: 01/05/2024
Bond: $5,000.00
Bond Type: Appearance with Conditions
Charging Agency:

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