BY KEN LITTLE
Sheriff's deputies serving arrest warrants Wednesday made a total of four arrests at two locations, Deputy Jeff Caudill said in reports.
Deputies were looking for Heather Nicole Ward, 23, of 3 Morse Lane, to serve a warrant attachment for child support.
On arrival at the Morse Lane address, "We were confronted by three other people [who] were uncooperative in our attempts to locate [Ward]," a report said.
Ward was found hiding in a rear bedroom.
"The defendant stated she was scared and didn't want to go to jail," the report said.
Ward was charged with evading arrest. Bond was set at $1,000, and she was scheduled to appear Friday in General Sessions Court.
Aaron Jessica Rosenbaum, 31, of the Morse Lane address, was also there when deputies arrived.
"[She] stated that Heather Ward was not here several times, and after showing her the warrant in hand, she slammed the door in my face," a report said.
Rosenbaum was charged with being a party to the offense of evading arrest. Bond was set at $1,000 and Rosenbaum has a scheduled court appearance on Friday.
Deputies earlier went to a room at the Greene Villa Motel on East Andrew Johnson Highway on a tip that a person sought on warrants might be there, a report said.
Joshua Keith Guthry and Taylor L. Jennings were in the room instead.
Guthry, 24, allegedly gave deputies a false name, a report said.
"One of the officers recognized the defendant to be Joshua Guthry," a report said.
A search of Guthry turned up identification conclusively identifying him, a report said.
Drug paraphernalia was found in the motel room, a report said.
Guthry was charged with criminal impersonation and possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond was set at $2,000 pending a first scheduled court appearance on Friday.
Jennings, 22, was also charged with possession of drug paraphernalia. Bond was set at $1,000 and she was also scheduled to appear Friday in court.