Multiple Charges for Man After School Lockdown

Thursday, October 13, 2016

A Cedar Bluff man causes Cherokee County school to go on temporary lockdown. Cherokee County deputies responded to a report of a domestic dispute on County Road 48 around 7:30 this morning- approximately a mile from Sand Rock High School. As a result, law enforcement officials advised the administration to put the lockdown in place. Donald Voyles Jr. was taken into custody and charged with domestic violence, terroristic threats, unlawful imprisonment and resisting arrest. The lockdown at the school lasted just 20 minutes.


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