The 19-year-old man who was considered to be armed and dangerous in Hawkins County has been arrested. The Hawkins County Sheriff's Office announced Wednesday night that Devin Rose, of Kingsport, was arrested at a home on Hickory Hills road in Church Hill. The HCSO says that deputies responded to the same residence on Tuesday after learning that a stolen vehicle might be there. The vehicle was a black 2013 Ford F-150, that was stolen from a Carters Valley Road home early Tuesday morning. When the deputies made contact with Rose, he fled in the stolen truck, nearly striking deputies. Rose drove through a field and struck two fences before continuing along Hickory Hills Road. Rose collided with a deputy's vehicle and then struck another deputy's vehicle before crashing at Bright Road, where he took off on foot. Rose is charged with aggravated assault on an officer, reckless endangerment, possession of stolen property, evading arrest by motor vehicle, evading arrest by foot, and other charges. He was already wanted in Sullivan County for failure to show proof of financial responsibility. Rose's girlfriend, 19-year-old Haley Powell, and her mother, 41-year-old Amy Powell, were also arrested and charged by the HCSO. They were at the Church Hill residence and told deputies that Rose wasn't there. They have been charged with accessory after the fact.