Braddon Ryle Turrentine, 31 of Norris City was arrested and charged by White County Sheriff’s Deputy Randy Graves on Sunday, for Driving While License Revoked, Fleeing and Eluding Police, Possession of Cannabis and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia after the Sheriff’s department received a complaint that he would not leave the Andrea Stocke residence in Enfield. By the time the Deputy arrived, Turrentine had left the residence and Stocke said she did not want to sign a complaint.
Graves then started patrolling the village. On Rte. 45 on the north side of Enfield, he saw Turrentine driving a Red Ford Ranger pickup truck. Turrentine did not stop when the officer turned on his siren. After leading the officer on a chase, Turrentine stopped his vehicle at 1450 N. and 250 E. and put his hands outside the window, where Graves ordered him out of the vehicle, with his gun in hand. Turrentine did not resist arrest at that point and was taken into custody and to jail. He apologized to Graves for his actions.
There were other warrants out on Turrentine from White, Saline, and Jefferson Counties.
His vehicle was towed to S & E.
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