Man Apprehended Monday Faces Multiple Charges

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Cannon County Sheriff's officers arrested a Woodbury man Monday (Jan. 17) who was wanted on multiple charges.

CCSD Sgt. Anthony Young, along with Sheriff Darrell Young, Chief Deputy Bruce Kirby and Deputy Reed Bryson, all went to 410 Burt Burden Rd. that day in an attempt to locate Thomas Keith McCullough to serve him with outstanding warrants.

They did not make contact with anyone at the residence when they arrived. Sheriff Young and Sgt. Young went to a residence next door and made contact with Deborah McCullough, the mother of Thomas McCullough.

Deborah McCullough stated at first that she did not know where her son was. She said she would text him and try to get him to turn himself in. She did try to text her son, but he did not respond.

During the course of the investigation, Deborah McCullough said she thought her son was at the mobile him located at 410 Burt Burgen Rd. She said she would go with the officers to the mobile home and try to get him to come out and turn himself in.

Deborah McCullough and the officers went to the mobile home and she went to the front door and tried to get her son to come out. While outside the residents officers heard someone moving inside.

Deputy Bryson made entry to the mobile home at this point and the officers made their way to the back bedroom. Thomas McCullough was found lying on a bed in his room. He was taken into custody and transported to the Cannon County Jail.

Thomas McCullough faces a varity of charges stemming from separate incidents:

He was charged with reckless endangerment after he was traveling in a car, also occupied by Jeremy Tenpenny and Marcus Tenpenny, on Dec. 17, during which a firearm was allegedy discharged two times toward another vehicle containing three occupants.

He was also wanted on a capias for indictments returned by the May 2010 meeting of the Cannon County Grand Jury for manufacturing meth, initiating the process of manufacturing meth, felony possession of meth, maintaining a dwelling to manufacture meth, felony possession of a Schedule IV drug, and simple possession of marijuana.

Thomas McCullough was also wanted for two counts of violation of probation. His next court date is Feb. 1.
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