Friday, June 19, 2009

Sheriff's Deputy Stays Busy

Putnam County Sheriff's Deputy Patrick Storie stayed busy Thursday, arrested a felony fugitive, an alleged forger, and a man who has been indicted on charges of aggravated burglary. Storie is part of a special task force of the U.S. Marshal's Service and spends much of his time tracking down people who are wanted because they have been indicted or because they have missed a court date. At 10:30 Thursday morning, he arrested 27-year-old Baxter resident Derek Adam Holloway at a Cookeville business. Holloway has been indicted by the grand jury on burglary charges and will be arraigned in criminal court on July 14. Less than an hour later, Storie took Monterey resident Danny Ray Alexander into custody. The 33-year-old came to the sheriff's office to turn himself in on a fugitve warrant and was in General Sessions court Friday to begin sorting that case out. Then, Thursday evening, Storie went to an apartment in Livingston, where he arrested 22-year-old Stephanie Ann Troutt on the forgery charges. Her court date is July 6