Five Suspects on Rutherford County Sheriff's Most Wanted List Arrested

Five Suspects on Rutherford County Sheriff's Most Wanted List Arrested | Sheriff Arnold, Rutherford County Sheriff, Robert Arnold, Most Wanted, Sheriff Most Wanted

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Five suspects on the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office’s Most Wanted list, including a convicted sex offender, were apprehended last week by the Criminal Warrants Division and Murfreesboro Police.

Sheriff Robert Arnold said the media partners with the Sheriff’s Office to list the Most Wanted suspects each week. Citizens who view the Most Wanted list notify the Sheriff’s Office at 898-7877 if they know where a suspect is.

“We ask citizens to call us if they know of a suspect’s location,” Sheriff Arnold said. “Don’t approach the suspects. They could be dangerous.”

Warrants deputies apprehended defendant Frankie Lee Edwards, 33, of Old Woodbury Highway who was indicted for violation of the sex offender registry. He was also wanted for violation of probation. He was released on $68,000 bond.

Inmate Sean Drake, 28, who is homeless, is being held on a violation of probation charge. He is scheduled to be in court Sept. 9.

Murfreesboro Police nabbed suspect Brent Michael Pewitt, 22, of Lascassas Highway . He was wanted for domestic assault and two counts of assault.

Two suspects, Joshua Aaron Chapman and Richard Lee Sloan, were located out of the county. Chapman is wanted for two counts of felony theft and evading arrest. Sloan, who was convicted of possession of methamphetamine, is wanted for violation of probation.

The Sheriff's Office Will Email YOU The Top Five Most Wanted:

Citizens who want to receive the Top 5 Most Wanted list each week are asked to send an email to Warrants Commander Guy Goff at ggoff@rcsotn.org. Also, the Most Wanted suspects are shown on the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Warrants Facebook page at RCSO Warrants.

Source:

Lisa Marchesoni, Public information officer - Rutherford County Sheriff's Office

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