Tennessee Teacher Tad Cummins Arrested in Northern California for Kidnapping


The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation tweeted that Tad Cummins, 50,  was arrested in Northern California on Apr 20, 2017. The clergyman was placed on a Tennessee Most Wanted list for a abduction of his 15-year-old tyro Elizabeth Thomas.

According to CNN, Cummins took Thomas from their tiny city Culleoka, Tennessee on Mar 13, after a tyro had seen a dual kissing in a classroom. On Mar 15, a notice video was expelled display Cummins and Thomas during a Walmart in Oklahoma City. Unfortunately, a route went cold withdrawal law coercion scrambling to find other leads.

Spokeswoman Kelly Giordano, Siskiyou County Sheriff’s Offices, pronounced that Cummins’ vehicle was found Wednesday night Apr 19, in their jurisdiction. However, she would not contend where, though in a statement, Giordano pronounced a group was, “currently operative an active occurrence per a kidnapping.”

Siskiyou County is an removed area tighten to a Shasta-Trinity National Forest, that is 120 miles south of a California-Oregon state line.

Cummins, a high propagandize clergyman during Culleoka Unit School in Maury County, Tenn., is confronting charges of aggravated abduction and passionate hit with a minor. A press discussion is set for 3:00 p.m. EST in Nashville, Tennessee.

Written by Tracy Blake


CNN: Tennessee clergyman suspected in abduction arrested in northern California
The Leaf-Chronicle: Tad Cummins arrested, Elizabeth Thomas found protected in northern California

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