WJHL.com - Monday's Most Wanted: Carter County, Jan. 17

Monday's Most Wanted: Carter County, Jan. 17

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By Tricities Staff

The Carter County Sheriff's Department needs your help finding these four people profiled on Monday's Most Wanted.

The Carter County Sheriff's Office is looking for the following people:

Case #1

Richie Austin is wanted for violation of sex offender law and selling drugs.  Investigators say he is considered a violent offender.

Case #2

Curtis Sneed, who last known address was Bristol, TN, is wanted for failure to appear on charges of aggravated domestic violence assault and failure to appear on pay cost on an order of protection.  Deputies say he is considered dangerous because of his temper.

Case #3

Cameron Douglas Cook is wanted for felony reckless endangerment and felony evading arrest.   Deputies say Cook approached a THP checkpoint and took off.

Case #4

Ricky Scaggs is wanted on charges of aggravated stalking, aggravated burglary and theft.   Deputies say he has threatened to kill, disfigure or kill family members of his ex-girlfriend.   They say he is very dangerous.

If you have any information on these individuals, call the Carter County Sheriff's Office at (423) 542-1845 or (423) 542-2211.  

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