One wanted felon apparently wasn’t doing a whole lot to make himself seem inconspicuous when local sheriff’s deputies went looking for him at a home on the outskirts of Mebane over the weekend.
Lacy Ross Childress was reportedly just hanging out on the front porch when deputies arrived at the residence along the 3200 block of Calloway Drive in the small hours on Sunday.
According to the office of Alamance County’s sheriff, the deputies were dispatched to this location in response to a tip that had come in about Childress’ whereabouts at about 2:10 a.m. At the time, the 28-year-old white male who hails from 3471 Corbett Road, Mebane, had two outstanding warrants for his arrest and was additionally listed as a wanted parole violator with the National Crime Information Center.
According to the sheriff’s office, Childress was taken into custody on the outstanding arrest warrants. He was also charged with an additional felony for the illegal possession of a handgun that the deputies found on his person as well as a misdemeanor violation for the possession of drug paraphernalia – namely, a glass pipe that they, likewise, discovered.
Childress has been placed under a $52,500 bond since his arrest.