MORRISTOWN, Tenn (WVLT) -- For the second time in four and a half months, a Morristown woman has the dubious distinction of being placed on a MOST WANTED list.
Julia Shepard, 27, of Morristown, is wanted for arrest on aggravated burglary charges and evading arrest charges.
Morristown Police say Shephard burglarized a Morristown home on Embassy Drive on December 6th of 2007.
Police also believe Shephard fled from police Monday during a traffic stop.
Shepard was originally posted on the MOST WANTED web site in September of 2007.
She was charged with sale and delivery of crack cocaine during a police operation called “Operation Extreme Heat.”
She's currently out of jail on bond awaiting trial on those charges.
If you've seen her, call Cpl. Vicki Arnold, at 423-585-2710.
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