Washington County Investigator Jeff Miller, who is leading the ongoing investigation, said that Greeneville police were traveling to the Washington County Detention Center, where the three are being held, to question the three men.
Greeneville Police Chief Terry Cannon said early today that he is not aware of any connection between the arrests and the recent wave of thefts from cars and trucks that took place in Greeneville on Sunday night and early Monday.
Washington County Deputy Will Rhodes conducted a stop on Grassy Valley Road, just off of Boones Creek Road, at 7:50 a.m. Tuesday, according to a news release.
In the car, Rhodes reported, were Marshall C. Buell, 18, of 1105 Welcome Grove Road, Mosheim; Tyler D. Bolton, 18, of 70 Champion Circle, Greeneville; and Christopher W. Jennings, 21, of 2900 Middle Creek Road, Afton.
Make me proud and take it like a man when the dude taking a shower next to you aint had non in a while. BUELL, JENNINGS, BOLTON HOPE U BROUGHT YOUR OWN SOAP.
Cant wait to see your face on BUSTED. I may even buy this copy of all the trash arrested.