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Tuesday, May 19, 2015

South Holston Lake Camper Fire Under Investigation by State Police
The Virginia State Police are looking for leads in a camper fire that happened over a month ago on Jones Road in Abingdon near South Holston Lake. Investigators said the camper was destroyed just before 2:30 am on April 15 at Woodland Cove Campground. Surveillance footage from that night shows a man and woman walking near the fire site that night. There were no injuries. Anyone with details about the incident can contact State Police officials.

Monday, May 18, 2015

South Holston Lake Camper Fire Under Investigation by State Police
The Virginia State Police are looking for leads in a camper fire that happened over a month ago on Jones Road in Abingdon near South Holston Lake. Investigators said the camper was destroyed just before 2:30 am on April 15 at Woodland Cove Campground. Surveillance footage from that night shows a man and woman walking near the fire site that night. There were no injuries. Anyone with details about the incident can contact State Police officials.

Wednesday, May 06, 2015

Two Arrested on Meth Charges in Washington County, VA
Two people were arrested and charged after callers in Glade Spring phoned police about a possible drug deal being made in the Dollar General Store parking lot just after 8:30 Monday night. 44-yr-old Melanie Arnold of Abingdon gave consent to officers to search her car where illegal methamphetamine was found. Arnold and the passenger in the car, 22-yr-old Richard Casey, also of Abingdon, were each charged with three felony, meth-related counts.

Tuesday, May 05, 2015

Two Arrested on Meth Charges in Washington County, VA
Two people were arrested and charged after callers in Glade Spring phoned police about a possible drug deal being made in the Dollar General Store parking lot just after 8:30 Monday night. 44-yr-old Melanie Arnold of Abingdon gave consent to officers to search her car where illegal methamphetamine was found. Arnold and the passenger in the car, 22-yr-old Richard Casey, also of Abingdon, were each charged with three felony, meth-related counts.

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Report of Party Leads to Meth Arrest in Abingdon
Abingdon police officers paid a visit to the Super 8 motel on Towne Center Drive at 3 am Monday morning after callers reported a party on the 3rd floor. The policemen got a consent to search and they found a small baggie of methamphetamine along with several syringes and other drug paraphernalia. The department said they arrested 47-yr-old Tommy Lynn Vaughn of Adairsville, Georgia and charged him on two drug counts.

Monday, April 27, 2015

Report of Party Leads to Meth Arrest in Abingdon
Abingdon police officers paid a visit to the Super 8 motel on Towne Center Drive at 3 am Monday morning after callers reported a party on the 3rd floor. The policemen got a consent to search and they found a small baggie of methamphetamine along with several syringes and other drug paraphernalia. The department said they arrested 47-yr-old Tommy Lynn Vaughn of Adairsville, Georgia and charged him on two drug counts.

Friday, April 24, 2015

Confessed Meth Ring Members Appear in Abingdon's Federal Court
Two more people who were part a large group charged in a meth distribution ring centered in the Abingdon area, pleaded guilty in federal court. Both Tracey L. Spencer and Natalie Elizabeth McConnell pleaded guilty to conspiring to make, possess or distribute meth. They face prison sentences with hearings this summer set to determine those.

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Confessed Meth Ring Members Appear in Abingdon's Federal Court
Two more people who were part a large group charged in a meth distribution ring centered in the Abingdon area, pleaded guilty in federal court. Both Tracey L. Spencer and Natalie Elizabeth McConnell pleaded guilty to conspiring to make, possess or distribute meth. They face prison sentences with hearings this summer set to determine those.

Abingdon's Marlow Pleads No Contest to Killing Toddler
An Abingdon man faces up to 40 years in prison, pleading no contest to killing the two-year-old daughter of his girlfriend. Mathew Marlow pleaded no contest to second degree murder as charged and faces sentencing July 7th. Initially, Marlow told police he dropped the toddler while babysitting when the mother was at work. But authorities said his story was inconsistent with autopsy results, showing the girl died from trauma to her abdomen so severe it broke her spine, which perforated her aorta.

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Abingdon's Marlow Pleads No Contest to Killing Toddler
An Abingdon man faces up to 40 years in prison, pleading no contest to killing the two-year-old daughter of his girlfriend. Mathew Marlow pleaded no contest to second degree murder as charged and faces sentencing July 7th. Initially, Marlow told police he dropped the toddler while babysitting when the mother was at work. But authorities said his story was inconsistent with autopsy results, showing the girl died from trauma to her abdomen so severe it broke her spine, which perforated her aorta.

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