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Friday, May 22, 2015

Kingsport Pastor Arrested on Money Laundering Charges
A Kingsport pastor has been indicted by a grand jury on charges of money laundering and theft over $60,000. Boyd Watson Holder, Jr. has been under investigation by the Kingport Police Department for two months. Prosecutors say Holder stole money from January 2010 through February of this year from Victory Apostolic Church. Amy Hinkle with the Prosecutor's Office confirms Holder was arrested sometime over night and has been bonded out of the Kingsport Jail.

Jennings Found Not Guilty by Jury in Baby Killing
Stephen Jennings' attorney argued to jurors that he is innocent in the death of his infant daughter, and that's what they decided after more than 7 hours of deliberation in Greeneville. The jury found Jennings not guilty of all charges, including first degree murder. That after a medical expert called by the defense cast doubt on the cause of death of 8 month old Abby Jennings in 2012. That doctor testified that be believes Abby was the victim of physical abuse, but in his opinion she died from complications of pneumonia diagnosed about a week before her death. The prosecution's star witness was Jennings estranged wife, Pooja, who's serving 25 years in prison after striking a plea bargain to testify against Stephen.

Jury Deliberating in Child Killing Trial in Greeneville
The jury is out in Greeneville at the first-degree murder trial of Stephen Jennings, accused of killing his infant daughter. The prosecution's star witness was the baby's mother, Pooja Jennings. She's already serving a 25 year prison sentence for child neglect. The couple was living apart and the baby was in her father's care when Abbie Jennings was taken to the hospital, suffering severe trauma and later died. It's a case of he said, she said...the mother blames the father and Jennings, through his attorney's questioning, blames her.

Thursday, May 21, 2015

Jennings Found Not Guilty by Jury in Baby Killing
Stephen Jennings' attorney argued to jurors that he is innocent in the death of his infant daughter, and that's what they decided after more than 7 hours of deliberation in Greeneville. The jury found Jennings not guilty of all charges, including first degree murder. That after a medical expert called by the defense cast doubt on the cause of death of 8 month old Abby Jennings in 2012. That doctor testified that be believes Abby was the victim of physical abuse, but in his opinion she died from complications of pneumonia diagnosed about a week before her death. The prosecution's star witness was Jennings estranged wife, Pooja, who's serving 25 years in prison after striking a plea bargain to testify against Stephen.

Jury Deliberating in Child Killing Trial in Greeneville
The jury is out in Greeneville at the first-degree murder trial of Stephen Jennings, accused of killing his infant daughter. The prosecution's star witness was the baby's mother, Pooja Jennings. She's already serving a 25 year prison sentence for child neglect. The couple was living apart and the baby was in her father's care when Abbie Jennings was taken to the hospital, suffering severe trauma and later died. It's a case of he said, she said...the mother blames the father and Jennings, through his attorney's questioning, blames her.

Arraignment Set for State Probation Officer from Gray Accused of Hit and Run
A June 9th arraignment is set for a state probation officer in Washington County, Tennessee, facing hit and run charges. 51-year-old Timothy Trantham of Gray, a probation officer for state corrections, is charged with leaving the scene of an accident with personal injury. In that incident two months ago in a parking lot in Johnson City, an Elizabethton woman suffered a broken arm. She reported to police that Trantham first drove recklessly on State of Franklin Road and then was among three drivers who pulled into the parking lot. There Trantham reportedly gunned his vehicle toward the victim, who was then outside her vehicle, striking her and knocking her down.

No Charges From Grand Jury Reviewing Evidence from Hickory Tree Fire and Rescue
A Sullivan County grand jury heard evidence and found no cause for charges against members of the Hickory Tree Fire and Rescue Squad. District Attorney Barry Staubus says the grand jury found that squad members' behavior was inappropriate but did not rise to the level of crimes. The incidents included consensual sexual activity involving a girl under age 18.

Former Kingsport Alderman Indicted for Sex Crimes
A Sullivan County grand jury indicted a former Kingsport alderman on sex crimes. Hoyt Denton will face trial for groping a woman and trying to engage in sexual activity with her at a rental storage bin he owns in rents in Bloomingdale. She managed to fight him off. He's charged with kidnapping and attempted rape.

Tennessee Probation Officer Charged With Hit and Run in Johnson City
A June 9th arraignment is set for a state probation officer in Washington County, Tennessee, facing hit and run charges. 51-year-old Timothy Trantham of Gray, a probation officer for state corrections, is charged with leaving the scene of an accident with personal injury. In that incident two months ago in a parking lot in Johnson City, an Elizabethton woman suffered a broken arm. She reported to police that Trantham first drove recklessly on State of Franklin Road and then was among three drivers who pulled into the parking lot, where Trantham reportedly gunned his vehicle toward the victim, who was then outside her vehicle, striking her and knocking her down.

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

Arraignment Set for State Probation Officer from Gray Accused of Hit and Run
A June 9th arraignment is set for a state probation officer in Washington County, Tennessee, facing hit and run charges. 51-year-old Timothy Trantham of Gray, a probation officer for state corrections, is charged with leaving the scene of an accident with personal injury. In that incident two months ago in a parking lot in Johnson City, an Elizabethton woman suffered a broken arm. She reported to police that Trantham first drove recklessly on State of Franklin Road and then was among three drivers who pulled into the parking lot. There Trantham reportedly gunned his vehicle toward the victim, who was then outside her vehicle, striking her and knocking her down.

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