Arrested for contempt in Knox County, also served arson and burglary charges for Bell County
From The Mountain Advocate -
A Knox County man was arrested late Sunday night April 3, 2022, on multiple warrants including one for a Bell County burglary.
26-year-old Joshua Collins of Flat Lick was wanted for contempt of court and failure to appear leading up to his arrest.
Collins was also wanted on a Bell County complaint warrant for an incident on February 22. He is accused of entering a Bell County home by kicking in a door, breaking things with a metal baseball bat, and starting a fire in side the residence. The Kentucky State Police served the warrants at a Daisy Mae Lane residence.
The warrant from Bell County set Collins’ bond at $100,000. Other charges add another $750 to that total.