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Tabitha Nicole McAnnally
courtesy of Catawba Co. Sheriff's Office

Hickory Woman Jailed on Fugitive Warrant from Alabama

30-year-old Tabitha Nicole McAnnally of 22nd Avenue N.E. in Hickory has been arrested by Hickory Police on charges of fleeing to elude arrest with a motor vehicle, second-degree trespassing, and assault on a government official or employee. The Catawba County Sheriff’s Office also charged McAnnally on a felony warrant as a fugitive awaiting extradition to another state and misdemeanor resisting a public officer.

McAnnally is wanted by authorities in Pell City in St. Clair County, Alabama for trafficking dangerous drugs (methamphetamine). According to documents provided by the Catawba County Sheriff’s Office, McAnnally was brought to the Catawba County Detention Facility on July 17 where she was initially untruthful regarding her identity. Her true identity was discovered on July 21. At that time, Officers learned of the outstanding warrant from Alabama.

McAnnally has served federal time in Mississippi for theft of property and vehicle burglary. She was released in March and is also wanted in Mississippi for a parole violation.

McAnnally remains in jail where she is being held without bond on the fugitive warrant. Bond on the other charges was set at $6,200. An appearance in District Court was scheduled today (July 24) in Newton with another court date on the Hickory charges coming up on August 8.