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Inmate faces charges for damaging Carter County jail sprinkler

October 17th, 2013 10:02 pm by Staff Reports

Inmate faces charges for damaging Carter County jail sprinkler

ELIZABETHTON –– A prisoner in the Carter County Jail is facing additional charges after he was charged with damaging a fire sprinkler head in his cell block.

Tylor Nathaniel Cook, 20, 237 Elk River Road, was charged Wednesday with vandalism over $500.

The charge stems from an incident in which the fire alarm went off and the sprinkler system was activated on Sunday. Corrections Officer Matthew Patterson said Cook admitted to damaging the sprinkler head

Cook is scheduled to answer the charge in Sessions Court on Nov. 15.

Tylor Nathaniel Cook, 20, 237 Elk River Road, was charged Wednesday with vandalism over $500.

The charge stems from an incident in which the fire alarm went off and the sprinkler system was activated on Sunday. Corrections Officer Matthew Patterson said Cook admitted to damaging the sprinkler head.

Cook is scheduled to answer the charge in Sessions Court on Nov. 15.


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