Man facing charges after found hiding from deputies in attic | News
GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) - On Wednesday Graves County sheriff's deputies received a tip that a man with warrants was hiding out at on State Route 1213 north at the home of his wife.
Deputies say Gary Thomas had active warrants for his arrest for fleeing and evading police first degree and probation violation.
After knocking on the home's door, officers were able to hear noises inside the home and say they could see a female in the back of the home through a window.
Once inside the home, deputies found two adult females and two juvenile females.
Officers say the female homeowner said that her husband was not in the home.
However, after a search, Gary Thomas was found by a deputy hiding underneath insulation in the attic.
Officers say a taser was used on Thomas. After Thomas was brought down from the attic, officers say his wife, Belinda Thomas, began to get very agitated screaming obscenities at deputies.
She and her husband were taken into custody and both were taken to the Graves County Jail.
Gary Thomas was charged with two warrants: fleeing and evading police 1st degree and probation violation in a felony case, along with resisting arrest.
The probation violation stems from a criminal mischief, terroristic threatening, two counts of fleeing and evading, menacing, assault 4th degree and persistent felony offender charges.
Belinda Thomas was charged with hindering apprehension 2nd degree and disorderly conduct 2nd degree.
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