Updated May 23, 2019

Giles County Sheriff Department responded to a domestic disturbance Tuesday on Diana Ridge Road that lead to an arrest of a Pulaski couple.


Colt Stokes, 24 & Tabitha Sumners, 21 both of Pulaski, Tennessee with mailing addresses in Ethridge,  are facing multiple counts of Aggravated Burglary, Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Kidnapping, and Reckless Endangerment and are currently being held at the Giles County Jail awaiting arraignment.

Stokes's Bond is currently set at $90,000 and Sumners's bond is $89,000.


Officers staged the area and made contact with the complainant and victim intermittently via telephone. It was indicated that the situation had deescalated and the suspects were leaving the residence.

Deputies intercepted the suspect vehicle and placed the occupants into custody without incident.


Concerning the charges,  Deputy Emmett Slone said in email this morning this is all the information that can be released at this time. 


Slone directed any further questions or comments regarding this case to Sheriff  Kyle Helton.


Helton could not be reached for comment.


Deputy Mike Sands, Sgt Billy Grenko and Deputy Fred Stanfa responded to the scene and officers with the Pulaski Police Department also responded to assist.


In a press release Helton said he would like to commend Deputy Sands and responding Officers on their swift action regarding this incident. Any time our Officers are dispatched to a domestic violence situation, they are exposed to an inherent risk of increased danger. I am pleased with the outcome and that all parties involved are safe."