LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Last Monday, Campbell County Sheriff’s Deputies went looking for a La Follette man who was in violation of probation from criminal court. They found him hiding in a closet at a home on Long Hollow Road; a long way from the address James Brandon Meadows lists as his home, 105 Church Street in La Follette.

According to the report from Det. David Wormsley, he saw Meadows standing on the front porch of a home at 1220 Long Hollow Road. As Wormsley pulled up in his cruiser, Meadows allegedly fled back into the home after being told not to move.

Wormsley along with Deputies Weaver and Powers entered the home and located Meadows hiding in a closet, according to the report from the sheriff’s office.

The 39-year- old Meadows, unemployed, was arrested for the 47th time based on jail records.

Also at the Long Hollow home was 43-year- old April Dawn Wade of 903 South Cumberland Avenue in La Follette. It turns out that Wade had an active warrant through the City of La Follette. She was charged with criminal trespassing. Jail records indicate that Wade is unemployed and was arrested for the eighth time. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 06/15/2021-6AM)

One Reply to “Hiding in closet couldn’t prevent Meadows 47th arrest”

  1. So… How long before the door revolves again and we’re reading about his 48th, 49th, and 50th arrest? Will he win a prize when he hit’s number 50?

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