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Thursday, March 19, 2015

Charge Dismissed Against Kingsport Man Accused of Dragging Dog by Hind Leg
A judge in Kingsport has tossed out animal cruelty charges against a man videotaped dragging his dog by a hind leg. Judge Mark Toohey said had there been evidence the dog suffered injury, he would've convicted Buster Allan Jackson. However, that evidence was lacking at the trial of Jackson on a misdemeanor charge in General Sessions Court. Some 15 hundred people posted comments after the video was put on Facebook a year ago.

Bristol Woman Sent to Jail for Bilking Elderly Woman She Cared for Out of $87,000
A Bristol woman was given a 20-year prison sentence for stealing a large amount of money from an elderly woman she cared for. But under a plea bargain, all but three months of that sentence was suspended. Judge Sage Johnson ordered 48-year-old Michelle McGlamary to go immediately to jail to begin serving that three months for stealing $87,000 working as a caretaker and power of attorney for an elderly woman. McGlamary pleaded no contest to one count of financial exploitation of a mentally incapacitated individual, reduced from embezzlement. 16 other counts of embezzlement contained in a grand jury indictment were not prosecuted as part of the plea deal.

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Bristol Woman Sent to Jail for Bilking Elderly Woman She Cared for Out of $87,000
A Bristol woman was given a 20-year prison sentence for stealing a large amount of money from an elderly woman she cared for. But under a plea bargain, all but three months of that sentence was suspended. Judge Sage Johnson ordered 48-year-old Michelle McGlamary to go immediately to jail to begin serving that three months for stealing $87,000 working as a caretaker and power of attorney for an elderly woman. McGlamary pleaded no contest to one count of financial exploitation of a mentally incapacitated individual, reduced from embezzlement. 16 other counts of embezzlement contained in a grand jury indictment were not prosecuted as part of the plea deal.

Charge Dismissed Against Kingsport Man Accused of Dragging Dog by Hind Leg
A judge in Kingsport has tossed out animal cruelty charges against a man videotaped dragging his dog by a hind leg. Judge Mark Toohey said had there been evidence the dog suffered injury, he would've convicted Buster Allan Jackson. However, that evidence was lacking at the trial of Jackson on a misdemeanor charge in General Sessions Court. Some 15 hundred people posted comments after the video was put on Facebook a year ago.

Drug Suspect Round-Up, "Shamrock Shakedown," Taking Place in Scott County
Scott County police are currently in the midst of rounding-up 46 individuals indicted by a grand jury on various drug charges. Some of the suspects will be booked on charges such as selling narcotics within a school zone and child neglect, but the majority are for charges related to illegally selling prescription pills. Commonwealth's Attorney Marcus McClung said last year's Shamrock Shakedown netted 59 suspects who received a total of 30 yrs in jail and over $50K in fines. (KC)

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Drug Suspect Round-Up, "Shamrock Shakedown," Taking Place in Scott County
Scott County police are currently in the midst of rounding-up 46 individuals indicted by a grand jury on various drug charges. Some of the suspects will be booked on charges such as selling narcotics within a school zone and child neglect, but the majority are for charges related to illegally selling prescription pills. Commonwealth's Attorney Marcus McClung said last year's Shamrock Shakedown netted 59 suspects who received a total of 30 yrs in jail and over $50K in fines. (KC)

Former Unaka High Substitute Has Charges Bound Over to Grand Jury
A former Unicoi County substitute teacher has had felony charges based on an incident at a school last November bound over to a grand jury. 24-yr-old Joshua Michael Fair is accused of sexually battering a female student in a classroom at Unaka High. That student and another female complained that Fair had made sexual comments to them through texts on his cell phone. Police also found him in possession of drugs and two knives when searched on school property. His next hearing will be in Criminal Court on May 22.

A No Contest Plea in Court, Stemming from Peregoy Killing in Johnson City
Another development in the killing two years ago of Timothy Peregoy Sr., in Johnson City. Joshua Gergish has pleaded no contest to a charge of coercion of a witness, stemming from the shooting. A murder charge against him was dismissed. He also pleaded guilty to unrelated robbery, drug and other charges, and has been sentenced to eight years in prison. A jury found his brother, Marcus Gergish, guilty of reduced charges of manslaughter in the Peregoy killing and he received a 21-year prison sentence.

Monday, March 16, 2015

Former Unaka High Substitute Has Charges Bound Over to Grand Jury
A former Unicoi County substitute teacher has had felony charges based on an incident at a school last November bound over to a grand jury. 24-yr-old Joshua Michael Fair is accused of sexually battering a female student in a classroom at Unaka High. That student and another female complained that Fair had made sexual comments to them through texts on his cell phone. Police also found him in possession of drugs and two knives when searched on school property. His next hearing will be in Criminal Court on May 22.

A No Contest Plea in Court, Stemming from Peregoy Killing in Johnson City
Another development in the killing two years ago of Timothy Peregoy Sr., in Johnson City. Joshua Gergish has pleaded no contest to a charge of coercion of a witness, stemming from the shooting. A murder charge against him was dismissed. He also pleaded guilty to unrelated robbery, drug and other charges, and has been sentenced to eight years in prison. A jury found his brother, Marcus Gergish, guilty of reduced charges of manslaughter in the Peregoy killing and he received a 21-year prison sentence.

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