A Bradley County man who was previously charged as an accessory to first-degree murder now faces additional charges.

Jason White was served the warrants while in custody at the Bradley County Jail according to Brian Graves, spokesman for the Bradley County Sheriff's Office.

Previously, White was arrested on June 24 on one count of accessory to first-degree murder, as well as for two failure to appear charges for purse snatching/theft of property and tampering with evidence.

White also failed to appear in court on June 7.

Currently, White is being held at the Bradley County Jail on a $1,000 bond for the purse snatching and theft of property charge and a $100,000 bond for accessory to first-degree murder and tampering with evidence.

He had been previously arrested for by the Cleveland Police Department for criminal trespass and domestic assault.

White has now been charged with two counts of aggravated burglary and two counts of theft under $1,000.

The suspected theft came after a series of events and interviews. Police say that White ransacked a Cleveland home, taking money, televisions knives and swords.

Several fishing rods and a pool cue were also stolen, according to the arrest report, and were later pawned.