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Macon's Most Wanted Captured in Mexico PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, June 16, 2009

         
June 9, 2009 - Today U.S. Marshals were with Mexican authorities when they captured a convicted child molester from Macon County who fled to a mountainous area near Vera Cruz. 

Daniel Glenn Carr, 36, last known address 92 Andrea Lane, Westmoreland, TN is wanted by the Macon County Sheriff’s Office for three counts of Violation of Community Supervision and one count of Violation of the Sex Offender Registry Act. Carr was added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Top 10 Most Wanted list in April 22.

Carr is a known child molester who targets male and female victims between the ages of 12 and 15. He was convicted of seven counts of Statutory Rape, two counts of Rape, two counts of Attempted Rape, two counts of Aggravated Sexual Battery, two counts of Sexual Battery and four counts of Attempted Sexual Battery. He has molested ten different victims according to the TBI.

Carr was released from the Macon County Jail on March 27, 2009. He did not report to his probation officer and, therefore, was not wearing a GPS device.
Carr’s criminal history includes 38 counts of Statutory Rape, four counts of Rape, five counts of Attempted Rape, eight counts of Aggravated Sexual Battery, 12 counts of Sexual Battery, and four counts of Attempted Sexual Battery.    

The U.S. Marshal’s Fugitive Task Force in Nashville contacted U.S. Marshals in Mexico to track down and capture Carr through the authority of the Republic of Mexico. It is believed that Carr has been in Mexico since at least April. He will remain in custody pending extradition or deportation to the United States.