Tabitha Wheeler returned to Graves County

 Tabitha Wheeler — who was arrested in Texas in April after she went missing in 2014 while facing multiple charges — has been returned to Graves County. 

Wheeler is accused of crashing a car while under the influence of alcohol or drugs on Jan. 25, 2014. The single-vehicle wreck seriously injured Corey Gentry, a teenage passenger in the car, leaving him unable to walk or talk. She was arrested, but went missing while on a monitored court release program in October, 2014. 

Wheeler faces multiple charges related to the wreck, including assault and wanton endangerment. She will have a status hearing at 9 a.m. on June 9, according to the Graves County Circuit Clerk’s office, and a pretrial hearing will be June 26.

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