Celebrity big game hunter William Andrew “Spook” Spann and his wife were arrested Friday on charges of conspiracy, tampering with evidence and insurance fraud. A Dickson County grand jury indicted the 51-year-old Spann and 48-year-old Marty Lane Spann on four counts each Thursday following an investigation by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency. The indictments charge the Spanns altered, destroyed or concealed evidence by disposing of or falsely claiming they had lost a cell phone that investigators believe allegedly contained photographs or video of illegal hunting activities, such as baiting. In July a federal judge in Kansas ruled Spann had violated his probation, banning him from any hunting activities anywhere in the world for a year and ordering him to serve 30 days in prison on weekends by Feb. 28. In November 2012, Spann pleaded guilty to killing a whitetail deer in Kansas in violation of his non-resident hunting permit and transporting its antlers across state lines in 2007 and was placed on probation. The indictments obtained Thursday by Special Prosecutor Bruce Griffey of the 24th Judicial District charge Spann and his wife individually with one count each of tampering with or fabricating evidence, one count each of insurance fraud for filing a false claim for the missing cell phone and jointly with one count each of conspiracy to tamper with evidence and conspiracy to file a false insurance claim in June. Wildlife agents and Dickson County Sheriff’s Office deputies arrested the Spanns and searched their North County Line Road home Friday. During the search, officers say they found a small amount of marijuana in the room of the Spanns’ daughter, 20-year-old Cassandra Lane Spann. Warrants charging her with possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia were issued and she turned herself in at the Dickson County Jail and was released Sunday. Spook and Marty Spann were released Friday on $15,000 bond each and face an appearance in Dickson County General Sessions Court on March 10. Prosecutors have not said whether Spann’s latest charges will result in another probation violation charge, which could result in more jail time. All of the charges against the Spanns are felonies while Cassandra Spann faces two misdemeanor counts.