BY KEN LITTLE
Sheriff's deputies serving an arrest warrant Sunday afternoon at a Mountain Valley Road house ended up making multiple arrests.
Michael J. Turner, 22, of 1730 Mountain Valley Road, was charged with evading arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia, Deputy Aaron Spears said in reports.
Turner was located in a closet with a trap door in a back bedroom, the report said.
Found inside the house were several syringes, burnt spoons with residue and "plastic baggies with residue," the report said.
Turner was held on no bond pending a first General Sessions Court appearance on Monday.
Heather D. Gilbert, 23, of 190 Glades Road, was charged with evading arrest and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Gilbert was in the same bedroom where Turner was located, and allegedly told deputies she did not know where he was, the report said.
Bond was set at $2,000. Gilbert's first scheduled court date was on Monday.
Crystal J. Renner, 28, of 33 S. Mohawk Road, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.
Renner was in the house where the syringes, spoons and plastic bags were found, and "none of the co-defendants admitted it was theirs," the report said.
Renner was held on $1,000 bond pending a first scheduled court appearance on Monday.
Bradley Allen Bunch, 28, of Talbott, was charged with resisting a stop, frisk, halt, arrest or search order and possession of drug paraphernalia.
As deputies pulled into the driveway, Bunch "did run out of the house across the road and into a wooded area," a report said.
He allegedly did not heed the commands of deputies to stop before being taken into custody, the report said.
Bond for Bunch was set at $2,000, with a first scheduled court date on Monday.
Investigation of the incident led deputies to 2090 Mountain Valley Road, where Charles C. Turner, 41, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia, a report said.
Four syringes and a plastic bag were found in a jewelry box in the house, a report said.
Bond for Charles Turner was set at $1,000. His first scheduled court appearance was on Monday.
Further investigation resulted in charges of aggravated burglary filed against Michael T. Turner, Heather Gilbert and Bradley Bunch.
On Friday, Turner and Bunch allegedly entered a house in the 500 block of Dyer Hollow Road and took items without the owner's permission, sheriff's Detective Lt. James Randolph said in a report.
Gilbert "did facilitate the offense by calling the victim at her place of work to make sure no one was home."
Bond of $20,000 was set for each defendant. First court dates on the aggravated burglary charges were set for Wednesday.