Macon County Chronicle

Daniel Carr Brought Home to Face Macon County Charges

After his capture in Mexico, Daniel Glenn Carr was returned to Macon County on Wednesday, June 17, to face charges of three counts of Violation of Community Supervision and one count of Violation of the Sex Offender Registry Act.

Macon County Sheriff Mark Gammons and Chief Deputy Stacy Gann made the trip to the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta, Georgia, to transport Carr, who is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on July 1st at 9 a.m.

The 37-year-old convicted child molestor was captured by U.S. Marshals in a mountainous area near Vera Cruz, Mexico, earlier this month after failing to report to his probation officer (therefore, not wearing a GPS device) following his release from the Macon County Jail on March 27, 2009, and being added to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation’s Top 10 Most Wanted list on 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’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.    

Carr will remain at the Macon County Jail until his July court hearing. The results of the hearing will be printed in next week’s edition of the Macon County Chronicle.