Warrants Served For Felony Evading, Reckless Driving

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A Nashville man who has apparently been engaged in criminal activity in several counties was served arrests warrants recently for offenses allegedly committee locally.

Mickey E. Russell, 1704 Charlotte Pike Ste#200, Nashville, was charged with reckless driving, felony evading arrest and driving on a suspended license by Woodbury Police Sgt. John House on May 13.

Following his arrest here, Russell was transported to Warren County, where he was facing unrelated charges. He was transported to the Cannon County Jail following his release and the warrants were served on Aug. 29.

Russell allegedly tried to elude Sgt. House after he received a signal to bring his vehicle to a stop on McMinnville Highway. Total bond was set at $7,500. Russell was appointed an attorney in Cannon County General Sessions Court on Aug. 30.

His next court appearance is set for Sept. 27. Russell also faces charges in Rutherford County.

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