Couple on foot attempt to flee deputies
Two people wanted on charges by the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office fled on foot on April 7 after deputies attempted to arrest them.
According to a press release, deputies received information that the man and woman were walking in the area of Leonard Road and Jackson Avenue.
Deputies made contact with Cade Addison Hyskell,25, and his girlfriend Kimberly Tosha Ensley, 22, in the 300 block of Allen Drive.
While speaking with Hyskell, he and Ensley ran on foot from deputies into a wooded area. Deputy Riddle and his K-9 Alex tracked them into the woods, where they were arrested.
Deputies say that Hyskel was in possession of marijuana packaged for sale.
Hyskell, listed as homeless, was charged with possession with intent to sale, deliver marijuana; possession of drug paraphernalia; and resisting arrest. In addition, he was served two outstanding arrest warrants alleging larceny of a firearm and carrying a concealed weapon.
Hyskell was given a $20,000 secured bond and a court date of May 28.
Ensley, listed as homeless, was served with two outstanding warrants alleging larceny of a firearm and carrying a concealed weapon. She received a $15,000 secured bond.