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MOST WANTED ROUNDUP: More arrests after on-air blitz

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JOHNSON CITY, TN (WJHL) - Washington County, Tennessee Sheriff's Deputies said they had three suspects in custody Monday night after a authorities captured a suspect 90-minute blitz on News Channel 11.

Between 5pm and 6:30 pm, News Channel 11 showed the faces and case information for dozens of suspects wanted for arrest in Washington and Sullivan County.    Viewers called our in-studio phone bank staffed by Sheriff's deputies who took down information from the anonymous tipsters.

Bradley Allen Muncy, 28, was arrested after deputies received tips from the public.  Muncy was wanted for violation of probation for original charges of theft under $500. 

According to Capt. Larry Denny, WCSO, Jonathan Lee Ellis turned himself in to deputies after seeing himself on the News Channel 11.   Denny said learned as a result of the "Roundup" that Joshua Orin Bailey is in custody in another state.

If you recognize any of the suspects in our photo gallery call the following sheriff's offices. 

Sullivan County, TN
call: 423.279.7500 ext 249
email: Leslie Earhart learhart@scsotn.com

 Washington County, TN
call: 423.788.1414
email: support@wcso.net 


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