Warrants Nab Suspects...Including A "Most Wanted"

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Murfreesboro Police have nabbed a couple of suspects on outstanding warrants. Authorities went to a home in the 14-hundred block of Dodd Trail in reference to a subject on Rutherford County's Most Wanted list. Officer Levy spotted a vehicle, fitting the description of the one thought to be used by suspect Jeremy McCullough. The officer also reviewed the photograph of McCullough on the sheriff's department Android app. When the subject arrived at the address, Levy made a stop and the suspect was placed under arrest. McCullough told the officer there was a spoon behind the front passenger seat with drug residue. A passenger reported to Levy that McCullough had been using oxycontin without a prescription. Further check showed an active warrant out of Coffee County for McCullough. He was taken to the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center. The 29-year old will also face additional charges of possession of a schedule four drug and drug paraphernalia.

In an unrelated case, Theresa Reid was stopped recently on Middle Tennessee Boulevard. A check revealed an outstanding warrant for failure to appear in court on a forgery charge. The charge was from Lauderdale County, in West Tennessee. The 31-year old Reid was arrested and taken to the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center.

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