Bond was reduced for Joshua Thomas Wolfe in Pulaski Circuit Court during a hearing Monday afternoon. His bond was reduced from $50,000 cash to just $12,500 cash. He has pleaded not guilty to a charge of Dealing in Methamphetamine, a Class B Felony.
The court imposed the conditions of bond that Wolfe report weekly to the Pulaski County Probation Department, cooperate with random urine screens as directed by a probation officer and obey a no contact order with a victim in a separate case. Another pretrial conference hearing was scheduled for Oct. 11 at 10:30 a.m. ET in Pulaski Circuit Court.
Wolfe, 27, was arrested by four members of the Pulaski County Sheriff’s Department SWAT team in July while at a residence in Ripley. Tips had been called into the Sheriff’s Department that Wolfe had an active warrant for his arrest and he was armed with a pistol. When police arrived, Wolfe exited the home and surrendered without incident.
Wolfe was being sought on charges of Revocation of Probation for Sexual Misconduct with a Minor, Dealing in Methamphetamine and other charges in surrounding counties.