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Thursday, December 11, 2014

Sullivan County DA Says Bluff City Woman Paralyzed Husband with Gunshot and Tried to Poison Him
A grand jury has added an additional charge of attempted first-degree murder against 32-yr-old Misty Addair of Bluff City who shot her husband Stephen, leaving him for dead and ultimately leaving him paralyzed. Sullivan County District Attorney Barry Staubus on the new charge... “Count two alleges that the defendant attempted to commit first-degree murder by poisoning. The Office of Inspector General and the Veterans Administration investigators were very instrumental in getting us the information we needed.” The new charge has Misty Addair back in police custody. The shooting took place in June.

Hawkins County Grand Jury Indicts Kingsport Man on Attempted Second-Degree Murder
A Hawkins County grand jury has indicted a Kingsport man on a variety of charges including attempted second-degree murder. 48-year-old Ronald Lee Laferty led police on a chase through Goshen Valley near Church Hill in June following an altercation with his girlfriend who had been pistol-whipped several times. The report also said Laferty, who was reportedly under the influence of alcohol, shot at the victim several times.

Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Hawkins County Grand Jury Indicts Kingsport Man on Attempted Second-Degree Murder
A Hawkins County grand jury has indicted a Kingsport man on a variety of charges including attempted second-degree murder. 48-year-old Ronald Lee Laferty led police on a chase through Goshen Valley near Church Hill in June following an altercation with his girlfriend who had been pistol-whipped several times. The report also said Laferty, who was reportedly under the influence of alcohol, shot at the victim several times.

Tuesday, December 09, 2014

Grand Jury: Bristol Woman Offers to Bribe Judge
47-year-old Monica Love wants out of jail in Bristol, Virginia so bad, authorities say she offered several thousands dollars to Circuit Judge Sage Johnson. She wanted to be in house arrest. Instead the judge turned over her letters to police. Now a grand jury charges the Bristol Tennessee woman with felony attempted bribery. Police say Love is in jail for three years for drugs convictions. (LM)

Trial of Former Cumberland Plateau Housing Director Delayed Until March
A trial of a former Cumberland Plateau Regional Housing Authority director on misrepresentation charges has been delayed in Russell County. Court proceedings for Patricia Dickenson Gray of Castlewood have been moved to March, according to Circuit Court officials. Gray was indicted by a grand jury last April for violating agency policy and collecting over $130,000 in accrued sick and leave time. The findings were part of a year-long investigation of the Cumberland Plateau Planning District Commission.

Brothers Indicted for Bristol, Virginia Robbery
Indictments are issued now against brothers, Joshua and Jason Krukowski, accusing them of robbing the Country Boy Market in Bristol, Virginia. Police say they robbed the market at gunpoint in late July. A grand jury issued charges of robbery, conspiracy, and use of a firearm in a felony. (LM)

More Indictments Issued Against Bristol Woman Accused of Embezzling from Elderly Woman in her Care
Bristol Woman Indicted for Embezzling from Elderly Woman A Bristol woman has been indicted on a charge of embezzling a large amount of money from an elderly woman she cared for. A Bristol, Virginia grand jury charges Michelle McGlamary with 17 coumts of embezzlement, accusing her of bilking an elderly woman out of $87,000 over a year and a half, working as her caretaker and power of attorney. No word yet on a trial date. (LM)

Drug Arrests Underway in Bristol, Virginia
A drug sweep is underway in Bristol, Virginia. Police are making arrests as grand jury indictments are being unsealed. The charges are being brought against 59 people and involve an array of drugs, from morphine and oxycodone, to synthetic substances, including methamphetamine, as well as cocaine and marijuana.(LM)

Monday, December 08, 2014

Grand Jury: Bristol Woman Offers to Bribe Judge
47-year-old Monica Love wants out of jail in Bristol, Virginia so bad, authorities say she offered several thousands dollars to Circuit Judge Sage Johnson. She wanted to be in house arrest. Instead the judge turned over her letters to police. Now a grand jury charges the Bristol Tennessee woman with felony attempted bribery. Police say Love is in jail for three years for drugs convictions. (LM)

Trial of Former Cumberland Plateau Housing Director Delayed Until March
A trial of a former Cumberland Plateau Regional Housing Authority director on misrepresentation charges has been delayed in Russell County. Court proceedings for Patricia Dickenson Gray of Castlewood have been moved to March, according to Circuit Court officials. Gray was indicted by a grand jury last April for violating agency policy and collecting over $130,000 in accrued sick and leave time. The findings were part of a year-long investigation of the Cumberland Plateau Planning District Commission.

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