November 7, 2013

Man arrested on outstanding warrants


Laurel County Sheriff’s Deputy Tyler Morris arrested an individual early Saturday, Nov. 2 at 3:30 a.m. after being dispatched to a residence on McKinley Lane, 15 miles south of London, earlier to investigate a domestic violence disturbance.

Earlier that day, the subject had fled out the back door of his home when Deputy Morris arrived to investigate the disturbance call. When Deputy Morris went back to the residence, he was able to locate the  subject — Edward Eaton Jr., 36, of Keavy — and arrested him on two outstanding bench warrants: one a Laurel County warrant for flagrant non support, and one a Knox County Warrant for a traffic violation.

He was lodged in the Laurel County Detention Center. 

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