Bryan K. Howard feared his July arrest would jeopardize his parole on a vehicular homicide sentence. Those concerns may have been justified.
Howard was booked into the Roane County Jail on a Tennessee Department of Correction parole violation warrant on Sept. 14.
“Parole violation warrants are non-bondable,” said Melissa McDonald, communications director for the Tennessee Board of Parole. “That means Mr. Howard will remain in jail until a revocation hearing can be held for him.”
That could take a while.