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Thursday, July 30, 2015

Blountville Man Indicted for Sexually Abusing a Dog
It's been a year since his latest crime, and now a registered Blountville sex offender has been officially indicted by a Washington County, VA grand jury. It all started last July when a complaint from a dog owner led to the disturbing arrest of 47-year old, James MichaelForan. He's charged with bestiality after sexually assaulting a dog on Wallace Pike in Bristol, VA. Records show Foran was hired by the dog's owner to do some work for him. A DNA match taken from the dog and led to the crimes against nature charge. Foran remains jailed in Abingdon and is scheduled for his next court appearance on August 26th.

Wednesday, July 29, 2015

Cozart Warehouse in Abingdon Hit by Copper Thieves, $60,000 in Materials Taken
Investigators in Washington County, Virginia are searching for suspects in a copper materials theft in Abingdon last month. Sheriff Fred Newman said the offenses occurred between June 1 and June 15 at Cozart Warehouse on Lee Highway where thieves got away with over $60,000 in copper. Anyone with information on the case can call 276.676.6030.

Blountville Man Indicted for Sexually Abusing a Dog
It's been a year since his latest crime, and now a registered Blountville sex offender has been officially indicted by a Washington County, VA grand jury. It all started last July when a complaint from a dog owner led to the disturbing arrest of 47-year old, James MichaelForan. He's charged with bestiality after sexually assaulting a dog on Wallace Pike in Bristol, VA. Records show Foran was hired by the dog's owner to do some work for him. A DNA match taken from the dog and led to the crimes against nature charge. Foran remains jailed in Abingdon and is scheduled for his next court appearance on August 26th.

Washington County, VA Grand Jury Indicts Abingdon Man for Attempted First Degree Murder
A Washington County, VA grand jury has indicted an Abingdon man on an attempted first degree murder charge. Police records show 58-yr-old Elwood Zebley was involved in a physical altercation with his son at his home on Morningside Drive last September. Investigators said Zebley then pulled out a gun and held it to his son's head, telling him to leave. No one was injured and Zebley was later arrested and charged. He has a court appearance set for Aug. 17.

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Washington County, VA Grand Jury Indicts Abingdon Man for Attempted First Degree Murder
A Washington County, VA grand jury has indicted an Abingdon man on an attempted first degree murder charge. Police records show 58-yr-old Elwood Zebley was involved in a physical altercation with his son at his home on Morningside Drive last September. Investigators said Zebley then pulled out a gun and held it to his son's head, telling him to leave. No one was injured and Zebley was later arrested and charged. He has a court appearance set for Aug. 17.

Friday, July 24, 2015

"Jane Doe" on Docket Not Related to BVU Scandal
The "Jane Doe" on the federal court docket in Abingdon turned out unrelated to the Bristol Virginia Utilities scandal. There were no new arrests or charges, although along with former CEO Wes Rosenbalm, several employees are said in filings by prosecutors to be involved in lining their pockets with bonuses and gifts, many donated by BVU vendors, and failed to report the income on tax returns. Those documents show one is a female, and is referred to as a co-conspirator. Before Rosenbalm appeared in court and pled guilty, he was listed as "John Doe." Federal prosecutor Zack Lee said today the investigation is ongoing and declined further comment.

New Residents Begin Training At Jonson Memorial Hospital
After a shortage of Family Medicine Doctors in our region was recognized, Johnson Memorial Hospital in Abingdon partnered with the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine to fill the need. The first class of resident physicians has begun their training across a variety of specialties at Johnson Memorial. It is the hope of the Hospital that many of the trainees will start their own practices in the area.

Thursday, July 23, 2015

"Jane Doe" on Docket Not Related to BVU Scandal
The "Jane Doe" on the federal court docket in Abingdon turned out unrelated to the Bristol Virginia Utilities scandal. There were no new arrests or charges, although along with former CEO Wes Rosenbalm, several employees are said in filings by prosecutors to be involved in lining their pockets with bonuses and gifts, many donated by BVU vendors, and failed to report the income on tax returns. Those documents show one is a female, and is referred to as a co-conspirator. Before Rosenbalm appeared in court and pled guilty, he was listed as "John Doe." Federal prosecutor Zack Lee said today the investigation is ongoing and declined further comment.

New Residents Begin Training At Jonson Memorial Hospital
After a shortage of Family Medicine Doctors in our region was recognized, Johnson Memorial Hospital in Abingdon partnered with the Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine to fill the need. The first class of resident physicians has begun their training across a variety of specialties at Johnson Memorial. It is the hope of the Hospital that many of the trainees will start their own practices in the area.

First of 23 Defendants in Meth, Money Laundering Ring Sentenced
Eight people involved in a methamphetamine ring based in Abingdon have been sentenced in federal court. The latest is Robert Preston Smith who received 3 yrs in prison. He was among 23 people arrested last December and charged in a meth and money laundering ring that stretched from Virginia to California. Court records show William Honaker, Jeffery Stevens and Chadrick Bartley were also sentenced as part of the case earlier this month.

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