Arrest Records


The following individuals were recently housed in the Bell County Detention Center:

Joshua Wray, 28, of Middlesboro, served a bench warrant for other police agency;

Michael Tyler Buell, 29, of Wallins, served bench warrant for court;

Rita Hurst, 58, of Frakes, theft by deception including cold checks and served a bench warrant for other police agency;

Melissa Taylor, 36, of Middlesboro, operating a motor vehicle under the influence, illegal possession of a legend drug, prescription controlled substance not in original container, tampering with physical evidence and failure to notify address change to department of transportation;

Matthew David Temple, 30, of Middlesboro, operating a motor vehicle under the influence, failure to register a motor vehicle, no operator’s license and leaving the scene of an accident/fail to render aid;

Beth E. Wooten, 30, of Middlesboro, served a warrant for another police agency;

Tonya Pace, 38, of Baxter, served a probation/parole violation warrant;

Keiyana Yeary, 22, of Maynardville, Tennessee, served two bench warrants for court, public intoxication by a controlled substance and giving officer a false name or address;

Edward Jones Jr. 45, of Middlesboro, served two bench warrants for court and theft by unlawful taking;

Brandi Sabrina Howerton, 26, of Pineville, served a bench warrant for court, theft by unlawful taking and second-degree criminal trespass;

Heather Bixman, 25, of Middlesboro, probation violation;

Justin Mason, 27, of Middlesboro, served three bench warrants for court and parole violation;

James McClellam, 33, of Pineville, served three bench warrants for court;

Jackie Cecil Lynn Johnson, 41, of Tazewell, Tennessee, driving on a DUI suspended license, operating a motor vehicle under the influence, license to be in possession, two counts of failure to wear seat belts and two counts of possession of an open alcoholic beverage container in a motor vehicle;

Elizabeth E. Haun, 37, of Speedwell Tennessee, served a bench warrant for court.

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