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ashley garret and faddle broke out of overton jail

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Since: Oct 09

Mason, TN

#1 Nov 9, 2009
Ashley and Faddle went to jail a few days ago for breaking into a thrift store when they went too jail the guard let them both out to use the phone and i guess they just ran out the door they are going to do hard time probably
curious

Livingston, TN

#2 Nov 9, 2009
that is strange, are they caught yet.?
argh

Rickman, TN

#3 Nov 9, 2009
yes
pixie

Byrdstown, TN

#4 Nov 9, 2009
who is faddle?
faddle

Lancaster, SC

#6 Nov 9, 2009
hahaha they didnt catch me !
star

Livingston, TN

#7 Nov 9, 2009
faddle is cousin to fiddle. Fiddle Faddle!
inTheNewsPaper

Walterboro, SC

#8 Nov 10, 2009
from: http://www.overtoncountynews.com/news/index.h...
Theft suspects arrested, escape, and recaptured
Livingston Police Officers Jerry Rhoton and Ray Smith along with Det. Tim Poore responded to a break-in call at Maynord’s Thrifty Clothing on Wednesday, Nov. 4. A large number of items were reported as having been stolen from the business the night before.

A few hours later, Officer Smith discovered items later identified as being some of the stolen property at a separate location in Livingston. At his point, at least two suspects were identified as being Terry “Faddle” Flowers Jr. and Ashley Garrett, of Overton County.

The following day, Officer Smith received information that the two could be hiding out at a residence in Allons. Shortly after, LPD officers went to that location and searched the residence, finding the two suspects hiding under a bed. Later that evening, after taking Flowers and Garrett into custody, LPD officers allegedly located another stash of stolen items from the thrift store at an abandoned trailer off Byrdstown Highway.

By 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, Flowers and Garrett were charged with possession of stolen property and placed under a $10,000 bond and transported to Overton County Jail. Their court date was set for Tuesday,

Nov. 10 in Overton County General Sessions Court.

Officers participating in the investigation along with Officers Smith and Rhoton and Det. Poore included Det. Jacob Boswell, Capt. Chris Halfacre, and Chief Greg Etheredge.

Chief Etheredge stated that the case was made as a result of some really good police work by Officer Smith, who led the trail of the stolen property to the suspects.

“We are unsure at this time if this case is related to some other break-ins that have recently occurred in our community and surrounding counties, but there are some similarities, which have gotten our atttention,” Chief Etheredge stated.

On the night of November 5, Flowers and Garrett escaped from Overton County Jail. After being booked in at the jail around 7 p.m., they were placed in holding cells, according to Overton County Sheriff’s Department.

“Around 11:30 p.m., the correctional sergeant in booking went to the restroom located in the booking area,” Sheriff W.B. Melton stated.“At this time, Terry Lee Flowers Jr. and Ashley Dawn Garrett left their holding cells and exited the building through the sally port area and proceeded over the back fence.

“The sergeant was reprimanded by way of a 7-day suspension without pay and was also demoted to corrections officer.”

Flowers and Garrett were apprehended Sunday night, Nov. 8 after information was obtained by LPD Sgt. Randy Boles that they were possibly at a residence in Monroe. Overton County Sheriff’s Dept., in conjunction with Livingston Police Department apprehended Flowers and Garrett at the residence. The owners of the residence were not aware that
they were fugitives, according to LPD.

The two were charged with Escape from a Penal Institution and both were held for arraignment on November 10.

Chief Etheredge stated,“We were very glad to get these two back in custody, just another example of what happens when the Police Department and the Sheriff’s Department cooperate together.”........
tipsy

Jonesville, SC

#9 Nov 11, 2009
Is FADDLE the son of crack head dealer , Jan Flowers?
The old broad that gets busted all the time for selling crack and what ever for years and years.
She use to sell out of a drive through trailer in Turkeytown years ago.
noname

Murfreesboro, TN

#10 Nov 12, 2009
Yea that's her grandson. He use to be an okay kid, he would have had a lot going for him if he would have put it to use. He use to catch hell just cuz of his name. But now he's worse than his daddy. He uses and brings down the people he runs wit. As far as that goes, they both needed this maybe a little jail time will be good for her, for him, that's a different story that's his home away from home. I hope this teaches her a lesson, he got her sent off last time for 60 days now maybe she'll wake up and realize he doesn't care for no one other than his-self. It's really pathetic if you ask me.

Since: Oct 09

Mason, TN

#11 Dec 4, 2009
They went to court the other day and the judge would not lower the bail and they are both blaming it on Faddles dad LOL that some mean shit to do ya no ..........
she screwed him over

Springfield, SC

#12 Dec 4, 2009
She screwed him over in court thursday. I was sitting right beside him in court.
that sucks

Waterloo, Canada

#13 Dec 4, 2009
How did she do that?
kace collins

Nashville, TN

#14 Dec 7, 2009
they came to my damn house that night. i was fighting off the marshall and his cop boys for a week after that.
whom it concerns

Jamestown, TN

#15 Dec 8, 2009
inTheNewsPaper wrote:
from: http://www.overtoncountynews.com/news/index.h...
Theft suspects arrested, escape, and recaptured
Livingston Police Officers Jerry Rhoton and Ray Smith along with Det. Tim Poore responded to a break-in call at Maynord’s Thrifty Clothing on Wednesday, Nov. 4. A large number of items were reported as having been stolen from the business the night before.
A few hours later, Officer Smith discovered items later identified as being some of the stolen property at a separate location in Livingston. At his point, at least two suspects were identified as being Terry “Faddle” Flowers Jr. and Ashley Garrett, of Overton County.
The following day, Officer Smith received information that the two could be hiding out at a residence in Allons. Shortly after, LPD officers went to that location and searched the residence, finding the two suspects hiding under a bed. Later that evening, after taking Flowers and Garrett into custody, LPD officers allegedly located another stash of stolen items from the thrift store at an abandoned trailer off Byrdstown Highway.
By 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, Flowers and Garrett were charged with possession of stolen property and placed under a $10,000 bond and transported to Overton County Jail. Their court date was set for Tuesday,
Nov. 10 in Overton County General Sessions Court.
Officers participating in the investigation along with Officers Smith and Rhoton and Det. Poore included Det. Jacob Boswell, Capt. Chris Halfacre, and Chief Greg Etheredge.
Chief Etheredge stated that the case was made as a result of some really good police work by Officer Smith, who led the trail of the stolen property to the suspects.
“We are unsure at this time if this case is related to some other break-ins that have recently occurred in our community and surrounding counties, but there are some similarities, which have gotten our atttention,” Chief Etheredge stated.
On the night of November 5, Flowers and Garrett escaped from Overton County Jail. After being booked in at the jail around 7 p.m., they were placed in holding cells, according to Overton County Sheriff’s Department.
“Around 11:30 p.m., the correctional sergeant in booking went to the restroom located in the booking area,” Sheriff W.B. Melton stated.“At this time, Terry Lee Flowers Jr. and Ashley Dawn Garrett left their holding cells and exited the building through the sally port area and proceeded over the back fence.
“The sergeant was reprimanded by way of a 7-day suspension without pay and was also demoted to corrections officer.”
Flowers and Garrett were apprehended Sunday night, Nov. 8 after information was obtained by LPD Sgt. Randy Boles that they were possibly at a residence in Monroe. Overton County Sheriff’s Dept., in conjunction with Livingston Police Department apprehended Flowers and Garrett at the residence. The owners of the residence were not aware that
they were fugitives, according to LPD.
The two were charged with Escape from a Penal Institution and both were held for arraignment on November 10.
Chief Etheredge stated,“We were very glad to get these two back in custody, just another example of what happens when the Police Department and the Sheriff’s Department cooperate together.”........
everyone bitched about how the inmates walked out of the old police department what about the new department of corrections two got away and made a laugh out o you allwe do not need to house any state prisoners down here thy can do the same thang.
Steph N Casey

Nashville, TN

#16 May 20, 2010
faddle is cool as hell even tho he is bad news he is cool and no matter wat he has your back he has gotten my boyfriend out of so much shit jus by taking the blame he may have a rep but i know one thing he is a damn good friend to have and ashley ha she jus a hoe we us to be best friends till she tried to get a place with my boyfriend and said i was the hoe. ha, and her poor baby girl kaylie i love her to death but she has a shitty mom.
kda

Livingston, TN

#17 Dec 10, 2011
inTheNewsPaper wrote:
from: http://www.overtoncountynews.com/news/index.h...
Theft suspects arrested, escape, and recaptured
Livingston Police Officers Jerry Rhoton and Ray Smith along with Det. Tim Poore responded to a break-in call at Maynord’s Thrifty Clothing on Wednesday, Nov. 4. A large number of items were reported as having been stolen from the business the night before.
A few hours later, Officer Smith discovered items later identified as being some of the stolen property at a separate location in Livingston. At his point, at least two suspects were identified as being Terry “Faddle” Flowers Jr. and Ashley Garrett, of Overton County.
The following day, Officer Smith received information that the two could be hiding out at a residence in Allons. Shortly after, LPD officers went to that location and searched the residence, finding the two suspects hiding under a bed. Later that evening, after taking Flowers and Garrett into custody, LPD officers allegedly located another stash of stolen items from the thrift store at an abandoned trailer off Byrdstown Highway.
By 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5, Flowers and Garrett were charged with possession of stolen property and placed under a $10,000 bond and transported to Overton County Jail. Their court date was set for Tuesday,
Nov. 10 in Overton County General Sessions Court.
Officers participating in the investigation along with Officers Smith and Rhoton and Det. Poore included Det. Jacob Boswell, Capt. Chris Halfacre, and Chief Greg Etheredge.
Chief Etheredge stated that the case was made as a result of some really good police work by Officer Smith, who led the trail of the stolen property to the suspects.
“We are unsure at this time if this case is related to some other break-ins that have recently occurred in our community and surrounding counties, but there are some similarities, which have gotten our atttention,” Chief Etheredge stated.
On the night of November 5, Flowers and Garrett escaped from Overton County Jail. After being booked in at the jail around 7 p.m., they were placed in holding cells, according to Overton County Sheriff’s Department.
“Around 11:30 p.m., the correctional sergeant in booking went to the restroom located in the booking area,” Sheriff W.B. Melton stated.“At this time, Terry Lee Flowers Jr. and Ashley Dawn Garrett left their holding cells and exited the building through the sally port area and proceeded over the back fence.
“The sergeant was reprimanded by way of a 7-day suspension without pay and was also demoted to corrections officer.”
Flowers and Garrett were apprehended Sunday night, Nov. 8 after information was obtained by LPD Sgt. Randy Boles that they were possibly at a residence in Monroe. Overton County Sheriff’s Dept., in conjunction with Livingston Police Department apprehended Flowers and Garrett at the residence. The owners of the residence were not aware that
they were fugitives, according to LPD.
The two were charged with Escape from a Penal Institution and both were held for arraignment on November 10.
Chief Etheredge stated,“We were very glad to get these two back in custody, just another example of what happens when the Police Department and the Sheriff’s Department cooperate together.”........
Who was the Sgt. on duty when they escaped
kda

Livingston, TN

#18 Dec 10, 2011
who ohh who was the seargeant on duty the night they escaped this is hilarious!!!!
amber gaw

United States

#19 Dec 13, 2011
Yea ashley a ho don't kno faddle but she better b glad she is n jail is all I hav to say.
yupppppp

Columbia, SC

#20 Dec 13, 2011
faddle is back in jail him and dustin flowers broke into a house and stole shit. dustin flowers is a snitch and so is his wife!!! watch out.
LULZ

Highland, MD

#21 Dec 15, 2011
Steph N Casey wrote:
faddle is cool as hell even tho he is bad news he is cool and no matter wat he has your back he has gotten my boyfriend out of so much shit jus by taking the blame he may have a rep but i know one thing he is a damn good friend to have and ashley ha she jus a hoe we us to be best friends till she tried to get a place with my boyfriend and said i was the hoe. ha, and her poor baby girl kaylie i love her to death but she has a shitty mom.
Sounds like your BF needs to grow a sack and be willing to man up and accept responsibility for his actions....

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