Multiple arrests made by Carter County Sheriff’s Office across various charges and warrants

Published 12:48 pm Wednesday, November 22, 2023

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The following arrests have been reported by the Carter County Sheriff’s Office:
Deputy McCloud, Lt. Reichenbach, and Deputy Huskins responded to 1072 Hwy. 321 for a warrant service. Jennifer Miller was found with an active failure to appear warrant and taken into custody without incident.
Lt. Reichenbach conducted a traffic stop on a beige Nissan Sentra for erratic driving. Sergio Pompilio Alegria Dominguez, the driver, showed signs of intoxication, leading to an arrest for DUI and violation of implied consent.
Sgt. Justin Johnson executed an arrest warrant on Johnothan Brock at Butler Bridge, transporting him to the Carter County Detention Center.
Deputy Dalton McCloud stopped a male subject, Anthony Dylan Hoilman, crossing Hwy. 19E on a bicycle without lights. Hoilman was found to have an active violation of probation warrant and taken into custody.
Lt. Christopher Reichenbach arrested Adam S. Ward at Sinking Creek Baptist Church on active violation of probation warrants from Carter County.
Cody Kenneth Chambers, Nykia D. Cross, Tristain Dearstone, Justin Lee Hall, Ashley Nicole Clawson, Angela C. Marsh, Leslie Dawn Fagen, Andrea Leigh Britt, Keith Earl Nave, and Joseph Daniel Miles were arrested on different charges such as probation violation, failure to appear, theft of property, assault, and more.
Deputy Storm Scalf detained Tommy Garland for illegal burning. Garland attempted to flee but was apprehended and charged with resisting arrest and setting fires without a permit. He also had an active violation of probation warrant.
Deputy Joshua Peters responded to a domestic situation involving Joseph Daniel Miles, charging him with reckless endangerment with a firearm and aggravated assault as domestic violence after a shotgun was discharged in an argument.
Each incident resulted in arrests related to various warrants, violations, or specific charges, leading the individuals to the Carter County Detention Center for processing.
Note: All arrestees are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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