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Thursday, October 30, 2014

Jury Finds Blountville Man Guilty of First Degree Murder
A Blountville man is facing life in prison after a jury found him guilty of first degree murder in the killing of his brother in law. 63-year-old Bryant Harris had his bond revoked immediately and went to jail awaiting sentencing December 15th. The jury rejected his claim that he and Jeff Smith struggled over a gun and it accidentally fired. The 38-year-old Smith was shot three times. The homeowner in Kingsport, where the shooting happened three years ago, testified that that Harris cussed Smith, said he was going to kill him and then shot him. Prosecutors said there was a dispute over family money. (LM)

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Jury Finds Blountville Man Guilty of First Degree Murder
A Blountville man is facing life in prison after a jury found him guilty of first degree murder in the killing of his brother in law. 63-year-old Bryant Harris had his bond revoked immediately and went to jail awaiting sentencing December 15th. The jury rejected his claim that he and Jeff Smith struggled over a gun and it accidentally fired. The 38-year-old Smith was shot three times. The homeowner in Kingsport, where the shooting happened three years ago, testified that that Harris cussed Smith, said he was going to kill him and then shot him. Prosecutors said there was a dispute over family money. (LM)

Jury Deliberating Fate of Blountville Man charged with First Degree Murder
A jury is deliberating the fate of a Blountville man on trial for first degree murder in the killing of his brother-in-law. 63-year-old Bryant Harris took the stand and told the jury he and his brother-in-law struggled over a gun and it accidentally fired. Jeff Smith, 38-years-old, was shot three times and died four months later. Prosecutors argued the double action revolver wasn't likely to go off on accident. The homeowner in the Hawkins County section of Kingsport, where the shooting happened, testified that that Harris came, went directly to Smith, cussed him, said he was going to kill him and then shot him. Prosecutors claim they had a dispute over family money. (LM)

Blountville Man on Trial in Killing of Brother-In-Law
A witness told a jury that a Blountville man knocked on his door, came in and went directly to his brother in law's room, calling him a low down SOB and saying he was going to kill him before shooting him twice. 63-year-old Bryant Jackson Harris is on trial for murder in Hawkins County, stemming from a dispute over family money. His brother in law Jeffery O. Smith lingered for four months with health problems after the shooting before he died in 2011. (LM)

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Blountville Man on Trial in Killing of Brother-In-Law
A witness told a jury that a Blountville man knocked on his door, came in and went directly to his brother in law's room, calling him a low down SOB and saying he was going to kill him before shooting him twice. 63-year-old Bryant Jackson Harris is on trial for murder in Hawkins County, stemming from a dispute over family money. His brother in law Jeffery O. Smith lingered for four months with health problems after the shooting before he died in 2011. (LM)

Murder Trial Reset for Virginia Beach Man Accused of Killing Wise County Native/Pharmacist
A man accused of shooting a pharmacist at close range after he refused to give him pain killers had his trial reset for next year. 55-year-old Walter Lane Hubbard will have his jury trial begin on January 26. He is accused of murdering Wise County native David Kilgore in April at pharmacy Kilgore owned in Virginia Beach. Hubbard told police he stole a neighbor's gun and was addicted to pain killers when went into the store and killed Kilgore. A grand jury indicted Hubbard last month.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Murder Trial Reset for Virginia Beach Man Accused of Killing Wise County Native/Pharmacist
A man accused of shooting a pharmacist at close range after he refused to give him pain killers had his trial reset for next year. 55-year-old Walter Lane Hubbard will have his jury trial begin on January 26. He is accused of murdering Wise County native David Kilgore in April at pharmacy Kilgore owned in Virginia Beach. Hubbard told police he stole a neighbor's gun and was addicted to pain killers when went into the store and killed Kilgore. A grand jury indicted Hubbard last month.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Jury Convicts Southwest Virginia Retail Store Owners of Selling Synthetic Marijuana
They’re in their 60s and 70s and prosecutors say they operated retail stores with names like “Get it Here” and “Smokeez” in Southwest Virginia that sold "extremely dangerous" synthetic marijuana. Prosecutors also say they were part of an illegal operation stretching to Gainesville, Florida. After a federal jury found them guilty, those facing hefty prison sentences and fines include 72-year-old James Pirtle, his wife, 66-year old Linda Pirtle, both of Coeburn, 63-year-old Douglas Eugene Stephens and 68-year-old Cecil A. McConnell Junior, both of Pound. Sentencing will be in January. (LM)

Thursday, October 23, 2014

Jury Convicts Southwest Virginia Retail Store Owners of Selling Synthetic Marijuana
They’re in their 60s and 70s and prosecutors say they operated retail stores with names like “Get it Here” and “Smokeez” in Southwest Virginia that sold "extremely dangerous" synthetic marijuana. Prosecutors also say they were part of an illegal operation stretching to Gainesville, Florida. After a federal jury found them guilty, those facing hefty prison sentences and fines include 72-year-old James Pirtle, his wife, 66-year old Linda Pirtle, both of Coeburn, 63-year-old Douglas Eugene Stephens and 68-year-old Cecil A. McConnell Junior, both of Pound. Sentencing will be in January. (LM)

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Bristol Men Found Guilty in "Brawl"
A jury burned the midnight oil and delivered a verdict early this morning in Bristol, Virginia. Steven “Pig” Stout guilty of malicious wounding, and the jury fixed his sentence at five years in prison. Also found guilty of unlawful wounding, Thomas Christopher Hulse, who was given a one year sentence. The verdict stems from a brawl involving a knife and baseball bats in March at G&G Market, which injured two other men.(LM)

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