LAFOLLETTE, TN (WLAF) – Clark Leslie Carroll was booked into the Campbell County Jail on June 22 for the 24th time according to court records.
Campbell County Sheriff’s Sergeant Nathaniel Bostic answered a call on Hatmaker Drive about a disturbance. Upon his arrival the victim said she had recently been to court to get an ex parte order of protection on Clark Leslie Carroll. The victim alleged that Carroll had gone to court and signed in but left early. The victim continued that she completed the court process and returned to her home. While Bostic was interviewing the victim, he was notified by dispatch that Carroll was trespassed from the residence by Deputy Brian Osborne prior to this incident.
Bostic made contact with Carroll in the driveway of the residence and detained him. When Carroll was asked if he had been told by law enforcement to not be at that address, Carroll said he had been told by law enforcement according to the report.
The victim showed Bostic where Carroll had been in the bedroom closet of her home and had cut multiple holes in the wall. The report detailed that Carroll had sheet rock dust on him at the time of the arrest.
Carroll, 54, 734 Grantsboro Road, LaFollette is charged with criminal trespassing and vandalism over $1,000. Carroll is free on a $10,000 bond and is due in court this morning. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/02/2020-6AM)