Man in Franklin County charged with reckless endangerment after shots fired

Man in Franklin County charged with reckless endangerment after shots fired

November 25th, 2011 by Ben Benton in Local - Breaking News

Franklin County authorities on Wednesday charged a local man with reckless endangerment, aggravated assault and unlawful possession of a firearm after he reportedly fired shots through the front door of his home at 200 Methodist Avenue in Huntland, Tenn., according to a news release from the Franklin County Sheriff's Office.

Donald Terrry Stubblefield, 27, is being held at the Franklin County jail on $150,000 bond and faces a date in General Sessions Court Jan. 5, 2012.

According to authorities, Stubblefield discharged a firearm through the front door of the home and left while another person present at the time went to a neighbor's home to phone police. Huntland Police officers and the county's Special Operations Unit responded to the home where they began a search for Stubblefield, the release states.

Stubblefield was found nearby and taken into custody without incident, authorities said.