LAFOLLETTE, TN (SPECIAL TO WLAF) – On Wednesday, members of the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Interdiction Unit, Tennessee Department of Corrections, and the Tennessee Board of Probation and Parole partnered to arrest five individuals on outstanding warrants and narcotics violations.

John Hatcher, 32, of 119 Colonial Heights, LaFollette
Heather Dyke, 34, of 119 Colonial Heights, LaFollette.

John William Hatcher, 32, and Heather Renee Dyke, 34, were the first two apprehended at 119 Colonial Heights in LaFollette. On entry into the residence, the two, found hiding in the basement, were arrested on outstanding warrants.

Raven Roberts, 24, of 414 North 5th Street, LaFollette.

The narcotics team then went to 414 North 5th Street in LaFollette, where they arrested Raven Roberts, 24, for a violation of community corrections.

Shaunna McKinney, 23, of 137 Hollow Lane, Caryville.

Next, deputies traveled to 137 Hollow Lane in Caryville, where they found another offender, Shaunna McKinney, 23, hiding in a crawl space.  McKinney was arrested for a capias bench warrant.

David McKinney, 41, of 137 Hollow Lane, Caryville.

Shaunna McKinney’s father, David McKinney, 41, was also tracked down and arrested later in the day in Anderson County. Deputies found David McKinney at the Red Roof Inn in Clinton, where he was in possession of a large amount of meth.

On being booked into the jail, even more meth was found on McKinney.  In addition to other charges, he now faces charges for introducing contraband into a penal facility. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 02/11/2022-3PM)