Volume 52, Number 36

ten pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, September 3, 2015

October Arrest Report


From the office of
Pickett County Sheriff Clois Brown

The activity report for the month of October released this week from the Pickett County Sheriff’s Office includes the following:

Capias.......................................................................................1
Criminal Trespassing.................................................................................1
DUI............................................................................................................5
Evading Arrest...........................................................................................1
Failure to yield to Blue Lights..................................................................1
Implied Consent........................................................................................1
Leaving the Scene of an Accident............................................................2
No Driver’s License..................................................................................1
Probation Violation...................................................................................5
Public Intoxication....................................................................................1
Stalking.....................................................................................................1
Theft over $1000.00..................................................................................1
Total charges for the month of October: 21

TOP STORIES

Budget approved at special called commissioners meeting - The Pickett County Commissioners met in a special called session on Monday, August 31st at 6 p.m. Al... Keep Reading

PHI 7 Air Medical helicopter visits here - PHI 7 Air Medical visited here last Thursday after lift-off from their Monticello base for a 10 minu... Keep Reading

PCHS Senior competes in Australian golf tournament - SubmittedSydne Denney, a senior at Pickett County High School, was one of 50 high school and college... Keep Reading