Sheriff Botie Hillhouse Wednesday morning said a mother and her boyfriend of a shot toddler were tracked down Tuesday after they fled the county to avoid arrest.
Bryanna Timms, 34, and David Whittick, 33, were caught in Hopkins County near Sulphur Springs late Tuesday.
After Hillhouse’s team received information in reference to their possible location, they were arrested by Hopkins County Sheriff’s Deputies. Sheriff Hillhouse would like to thank the Hopkins County Sheriff’s Office for the assistance in locating and arresting these fugitives.
Henderson County Deputies were looking Sunday afternoon for a woman wanted on outstanding warrants when they found and arrested a man with methamphetamines and several pipes used to smoke illegal drugs.
“Our team is always on the lookout for those carrying, using or selling illegal drugs and in this case, their solid work put one in jail,” Sheriff Botie Hillhouse said.
Sheriff Botie Hillhouse’s team executed a search warrant at a residence west of Athens late Wednesday night and arrested a major methamphetamine dealer with a substantial amount of the contraband, large amount of cash and equipment to sell the drugs.
“Our late-night investigation paid off,” Hillhouse said. “This is a man we have been watching, wanted off the streets and last night we were able to arrest him belongs.”
Michael Brandon Moore, 34, was arrested at a residence just west of Athens on County Road 3925 after dark last night.