CHEATHAM COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) – A man described by deputies as a “long-time fugitive” is now in custody in Cheatham County.
According to the Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office, it took deputies from two different shifts to capture burglary suspect, Matthew Bratcher.
In a planned operation, deputies were able to quietly walk up to Batcher, surprising him and leaving him with no chance to run.
Bratcher was arrested without incident Sunday night and has a history of eluding law enforcement.
In a statement, the Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office said no injuries occurred during the planned capture.
Batcher had five outstanding warrants for his arrest including charges for burglary.