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One week later, Monday's Most Wanted Roundup continues

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Update:

One week after it began, the Monday's Most Wanted Roundup continues.

Monday morning, the Sullivan County Sheriff's Office said it had captured Amanda Fultz. 

Monday evening at 6 pm., News Channel 11 featured more suspects who were still on the run.

Watch the video player for an update.


Update:

The Washington County, TN Sheriff's Office just arrested Sara Kate Adkinson.   She was wanted for failure to report for jail time on the original charges of unlawful possession of a weapon and drug paraphernalia.



Update:

As of 9:25 p.m. deputies are still processing tips phoned in to the Monday's Most Wanted hotline.

The Washington County, TN Sheriff's office has Michael Orton in custody.   Investigators said at the location where they found Orton, they also found Todd Lambert who, according to the WCSO, is wanted in Carter County for a probation violation.

WCSO deputies also arrested Brandi Morrison who was wanted for failure to report to jail on the original charge of shoplifting.

The Sullivan County Sheriff's Office arrested Anthony Marcum.   He was wanted on a charge of aggravated robbery.   The caller to the tip line said he worked at Waffle House on Stone Drive.  Deputies went there and arrested him.



An hour into our broadcast, Washington and Sullivan County deputies captured five suspects featured in our broadcast. One suspect turned himself in at WJHL studios -- just 15 minutes into our broadcast.  James Henderson, 32, was arrested by Washington County deputies in our parking lot. He's wanted on charges of failing to appear in court on original charges of aggravated assault and assault.

Also, deputies arrested Mattie Cradduck, Rakeem Maxwell and Bradley Mizzell.

Victoria Weatherly was found to be behind bars in another jurisdiction.

Monday, News Channel 11 had a  90-minute blitz to get crime off the streets by featuring the most wanted individuals in our area.

Do you recognize any of the individuals in our photo gallery? Call the following sheriff's offices:

Sullivan County, TN
  • call: 423.279.7500 ext 249  or
  • call 423-279-7500 ext. 222
  • email: Leslie Earhart - learhart@scsotn.com

Washington County, TN

Attached to this story is a gallery of men and women featured from our last round up. Some of those men and women have been captured - but there others who have not been booked.

Each Monday, News Channel 11's Josh Smith profiles cold cases and the most wanted individuals in our area. To see stories previously featured in our Monday's Most Wanted segment check out wjhl.com/mostwanted. 

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