On May 8, 2017, Campbell Criminal Court Judge E. Shayne Sexton found the following individuals in violation of their supervised release and remanded them to Tennessee Department of Corrections (TDOC) custody:

Michael Anthony Ayers, of Newcomb, had previously pled guilty to one count of Theft over $1000 and two counts of Assault, and received a suspended sentence of 3 year supervised by TDOC. He was found guilty of violating the terms of his release and was sentenced to serve his 3 year sentence in TDOC custody.

Derrick Billy Davis, of Lafollette, had previously pled guilty to Burglary, Theft of Property over $500, and Felony Failure to Appear, and received a suspended sentence of 4 years supervised by TDOC. He was found guilty of violating the terms of his release and was sentenced to serve his 4 year sentence in TDOC custody.

Cassandra Rachelle Marlow, of Lafollette, had previously pled guilty to Reckless Endangerment and Promotion of Manufacture of Methamphetamine, and received a suspended sentence of 6 years supervised by TDOC. She was found guilty of violating the terms of her release and was sentenced to serve her 6 year sentence in TDOC custody.

James Riley Moore, of Lafollette, had previously pled guilty to Aggravated Burglary and received a suspended sentence of 4 years supervised by TDOC. He was found guilty of violating the terms of his release and was sentenced to serve his 4 year sentence in TDOC custody.

Kevin Lee Norman, of Jacksboro, had previously pled guilty to Theft over $500, Resisting Arrest, and Disorderly Conduct, and received a suspended sentence of 3 years supervised by TDOC. He was found guilty of violating the terms of his release and was sentenced to serve his 3 year sentence in TDOC custody.

Adam Thomas, of Lafollette, had previously pled guilty to Theft over $500 and Theft over $1000, and received a suspended sentence of 4 years supervised by TDOC. He was found guilty of violating the terms of his release and was sentenced to serve his 4 year sentence in TDOC custody.

The above violators were prosecuted by the Office of District Attorney General Jared Effler.