Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Man Arrested For Violating Bond Conditions

A Cookeville man who had just been let out of jail on a charge of domestic assault ended up back behind bars after allegedly violating the conditions of his bond. According to the sheriff's department, 35-year-old William Louis Lyell had been released from the jail on Saturday and went to the home of his ex-girlfriend to pick up his truck, yelling an obscenity at her as he did so. He was at the location for just a moment, but, according to the conditions of his bond, he was not allowed to be around the girlfriend or her property. So, when she called the sheriff's department, Lyell was arrested again, and once again made bond. Corporal Scott Stockton then re-explained the conditions of that bond.