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Friday, September 04, 2015

Half Million Dollar Marijuana Crop Found and Confiscated Near Abingdon
Deputies took the the sky in a state police helicopter looking for marijuana and found a patch worth nearly a half million dollars near Abingdon, leading to the arrest of 37-year-old Azun Hall of Black Hollow Road. He's charged with manufacturing with intent to distribute and possessing a firearm while doing it. He's free on $5,000 bond.

Issue of Competency Delays Hearing for Abingdon Murder Suspect
A judge orders a mental health evaluation to determine if Joshua Copeland is competent to stand trial in the killing of his father. Copeland is accused of stabbing and killing his father, Edsel Copeland, in the parking lot of the probation office in Abingdon this summer. His attorney requested the evaluation which is routine. It puts off Joshua Copeland's preliminary hearing regarding evidence in the murder until Jan. 8th. The murder has also triggered a slew of new charges that Copeland violated probation for previous convictions of stealing a firearm, burglary, manufacturing meth and other convictions. He remains jailed without bond.

Thursday, September 03, 2015

Half Million Dollar Marijuana Crop Found and Confiscated Near Abingdon, Resident Arrested
Deputies took the the sky in a state police helicopter looking for marijuana and found a patch worth nearly a half million dollars near Abingdon, leading to the arrest of 37-year-old Azun Hall of Black Hollow Road. He's charged with manufacturing with intent to distribute and possessing a firearm while doing it. He's free on $5,000 bond.

Issue of Competency Delays Hearing for Abingdon Murder Suspect
A judge orders a mental health evaluation to determine if Joshua Copeland is competent to stand trial in the killing of his father. Copeland is accused of stabbing and killing his father, Edsel Copeland, in the parking lot of the probation office in Abingdon this summer. His attorney requested the evaluation which is routine. It puts off Joshua Copeland's preliminary hearing regarding evidence in the murder until Jan. 8th. The murder has also triggered a slew of new charges that Copeland violated probation for previous convictions of stealing a firearm, burglary, manufacturing meth and other convictions. He remains jailed without bond.

Two Arrested for Prostitution in Bristol
Bristol, Virginia police announce the arrest of a man and woman in an effort to put a stop to prostitution downtown. They say the pair is charged with soliciting cash to perform sex acts. They say 20-year-old Zachary David McCord of Abingdon, and 34-year-old Amy M. Walters of Bristol, Virginia are charged with misdemeanors.

Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Two Arrested for Prostitution in Bristol
Bristol, Virginia police announce the arrest of a man and woman in an effort to put a stop to prostitution downtown. They say the pair is charged with soliciting cash to perform sex acts. They say 20-year-old Zachary David McCord of Abingdon, and 34-year-old Amy M. Walters of Bristol, Virginia are charged with misdemeanors.

Bristol Lawyer Who Stole from Firm Given Four Month Prison Sentence
A Bristol lawyer, who pleaded guilty to stealing more than $160,000 from his firm, sees his plea for probation rejected by a federal judge. Instead, Judge James Jones in Abingdon ordered Tony Michael Hutchinson to report to prison for four months and to pay full restitution to the firm Wolfe, Williams and Rutherford. Evidence showed the lawyer, who's now had his license revoked, pocketed his clients' bankruptcy filing fees. He claims he's a good man that made a mistake. In addition to losing his law license, court papers say Hutchinson voluntarily surrendered a ministerial license he also had.

Tuesday, September 01, 2015

Bristol Lawyer Who Stole from Firm Given Four Month Prison Sentence
A Bristol lawyer, who pleaded guilty to stealing more than $160,000 from his firm, sees his plea for probation rejected by a federal judge. Instead, Judge James Jones in Abingdon ordered Tony Michael Hutchinson to report to prison for four months and to pay full restitution to the firm Wolfe, Williams and Rutherford. Evidence showed the lawyer, who's now had his license revoked, pocketed his clients' bankruptcy filing fees. He claims he's a good man that made a mistake. In addition to losing his law license, court papers say Hutchinson voluntarily surrendered a ministerial license he also had.

Thursday, August 27, 2015

Accused Dog Abuser Has Trial Delayed Several Months
A Bristol Tennessee sex offender accused of victimizing a dog has his trial put off several months. Court documents in Abingdon confirm that 47-year-old James Michael Foran, accused of sexually assaulting a dog owned by the man for whom Foran worked on Wallace Pike, is now set for trial Dec. 3rd. At the time of Foran's arrest, police said DNA testing done as a result of injuries suffered by the dog led to the charge of crimes against nature against Foran.

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Accused Dog Abuser Has Trial Delayed Several Months
A Bristol Tennessee sex offender accused of victimizing a dog has his trial put off several months. Court documents in Abingdon confirm that 47-year-old James Michael Foran, accused of sexually assaulting a dog owned by the man for whom Foran worked on Wallace Pike, is now set for trial Dec. 3rd. At the time of Foran's arrest, police said DNA testing done as a result of injuries suffered by the dog led to the charge of crimes against nature against Foran.

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