Man accused of shooting at house arrested in Floyd County
FLOYD COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ) – Thanks in part to tips from the public, a man accused of firing a shot at a house in Floyd County, that was captured on security camera video, has been found and arrested, according to the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office.
Deputies say Tannon Keathley was seen on video pulling up in an ATV to a home on Maple Street in the Langley community on Monday, firing a shot at the house and driving off.
Investigators say Keathley was arrested Tuesday night in the Printer community and charged with four counts of Wanton Endangerment and Violation of a Kentucky Emergency Protective Order and Domestic Violence Order.
Deputies say Keathley has a history with the family who lives in the home that was shot at, including threats he allegedly made to the family over a dispute about a child living or staying in the home.