BETHPAGE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Authorities in Sumner County have captured a 19-year-old who was on the run facing multiple charges.

Dillon Kirby, 19, was wanted in Sumner and Macon Counties for charges including kidnapping, aggravated burglary and theft over $10,000, among others.

According to the Macon County Sheriff’s Office, two weeks ago Kirby was involved in a domestic incident on Fargo Lane where he allegedly hit a man over the head with a rifle.

Police say just three days later Kirby was involved in another domestic incident at a home where he fled the scene on foot.

Kirby then attempted to steal a pickup truck two days later but failed because the vehicle was stickshift operated. The following day the 19-year-old broke into a home in Bethpage.

Sumner County Chief Deputy Aaron Pickard said it is alleged Kirby was armed during some of these offenses.

Kirby was taken into custody Wednesday morning and will be booked into the Sumner County Jail.

Before his capture, Kirby was last seen in the area of Mt. Vernon Road near Whitson Road in Bethpage.

Authorities asked residents on Tuesday to lock their doors and call the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office if they saw any suspicious activity.

The sheriff’s office announced Wednesday afternoon that Kirby’s mother, Birthie Kirby, was arrested for false reporting and acting as an accessory after the fact. The arrest warrants say Birthie was personally and specifically warned last week that Dillon was wanted, and she could be arrested if she tried to help him.

Birthie Kirby (Source: Sumner County Sheriff’s Office)

According to Tuesday night’s warrants, Birthie actively helped Dillon avoid capture.