Sharon man arrested for fugitive from justice out of Fulton County
A Sharon man has been arrested for a fugitive from justice charge out of Fulton County where he was charged with possession of a controlled substance first degree for methamphetamine in Nov. 2021.
On Jan. 25 at 11:05 p.m., Deputy Seth Callens with the Weakley County Sheriff’s Department, arrested 35-year-old James Foust for fugitive from justice. Foust has a full extradition warrant out of Fulton County, KY for possession of a controlled substance first degree for methamphetamine in Nov. 2021.
Foust was arrested in Weakley County on Dec. 14 by Callens when Callens observed a blue Pontiac G6 traveling west on Main Street with his registration tags out. A search of the vehicle found 2.78 grams of spice and a glass meth pipe with meth residue in the bowl.
Foust was charged with possession of Schedule I and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Foust has a slew of other charges dating back to 2011 to present including assault, theft, shoplifting, worthless checks, simple possession/casual exchange, child abuse/neglect/endangerment, criminal trespass, domestic assault, introduction of contraband into a penal facility and possession of meth. The majority of the charges were dismissed throughout the years.
Foust Faces current charges in Fulton County for fugitive from justice and charges of possession of Schedule I and possession of drug paraphernalia out of Weakley County.
DISCLOSER: Information obtained came from the Weakley County Sheriff’s Department affidavit provided by Deputy Seth Callens.