Carter County Sheriff’s Office reports recent arrests

Published 11:02 am Thursday, November 30, 2023

The following arrests have been reported by the Carter County Sheriff’s Office:
On November 26, Lt. Christopher Reichenbach met a Washington County Deputy at Sinking Creek Baptist Church for a warrant service on Terrance Deon Boings. Boings was arrested for failure to appear and transported to the Carter County Detention Center.
On November 25, Deputy Thomas Hill responded to a vehicle accident on Reynolds Road, finding an abandoned damaged vehicle with signs of alcohol consumption. A witness reported the driver leaving in a silver car. Deputies intercepted a silver vehicle, arresting Pascula De La Cruz Patishtan for DUI, leaving the scene of an accident, and no driver’s license.
On November 24, Lt. Christopher Reichenbach arrested Ronnie Lee Peters at Phil’s BBQ for an active failure to appear warrant, taking him to the Carter County Detention Center.
On November 24, Deputy Tyler Holsclaw arrested William Charles Cable Jr. for an active failure to appear warrant and possession of methamphetamine after a traffic stop.
On November 24, Deputy Tyler Holsclaw arrested James A. Buchanan Jr. for an active failure to appear warrant.
On November 24, Sgt. Justin Johnson served an arrest warrant on Joshua Brandon Keith for violation of probation. Keith was transported to the Carter County Detention Center.
On November 23, Deputy Storm Scalf detained Christopher Tyler Price, found intoxicated at Lovers Lane Apartment, and arrested him for public intoxication.
On November 22, Deputy Donovan Bemiller arrested Sean James Horan for public intoxication and disorderly conduct after he was found intoxicated and causing a disturbance on private property.
On November 21, Sgt. Justin Johnson and Deputy J. Dykes arrested Joseph Andes at Hunan Chinese Restaurant for theft of property and aggravated burglary charges.
On November 21, Deputy Jared Shelton arrested Dustin James Austin for evading arrest, public intoxication, and resisting stop/arrest after a foot pursuit and subsequent apprehension.
Note: All arrestees are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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