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Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Prosecutor Lacking for Greene County Murder Case
There’s trouble in the prosecution of one of two people charged with robbing and killing Donald Ray Gunter back in February in Greene County. The District Attorney says a special prosecutor needs to be found because someone in his office previously represented Mario Keene on drug charges and that would be a conflict of interest. But he says a special prosecutor can’t be found because they are too busy with election campaigns. The judge said that’s ridiculous and a special prosecutor must be found by July 7th. A confession from co-defendant Amanda K. Harris, saying she and Keene hog-tied, beat and robbed the victim, was enough to send first degree murder charges against her to a grand jury.(LM)

Monday, June 02, 2014

Prosecutor Lacking for Greene County Murder Case
There’s trouble in the prosecution of one of two people charged with robbing and killing Donald Ray Gunter back in February in Greene County. The District Attorney says a special prosecutor needs to be found because someone in his office previously represented Mario Keene on drug charges and that would be a conflict of interest. But he says a special prosecutor can’t be found because they are too busy with election campaigns. The judge said that’s ridiculous and a special prosecutor must be found by July 7th. A confession from co-defendant Amanda K. Harris, saying she and Keene hog-tied, beat and robbed the victim, was enough to send first degree murder charges against her to a grand jury.(LM)

Wednesday, May 28, 2014

Bristol Police Arrest Dozens of Drug Suspects
Bristol, Virginia Police are rounding up nearly 50 people for arrest after a grand jury returned indictments of drug possession or dealing.. Police say the arrests stem from possession or distribution of crack cocaine, Suboxone, Oxycodone, Morphine, methamphetamine, marijuana and more. In all, there are 112 charges against 48 suspects. (LM)

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Bristol Police Fan Out to Arrest Dozens of Drug Suspects
Bristol,Virginia Police are rounding up nearly 50 people for arrest after a grand jury returned indictments of drug possession or dealing.. Police say the arrests stem from possession or distribution of crack cocaine, suboxone, oxycodone, morephine, methamphetamine, marijuana and more. In all, there are 112 charges against 48 suspects. (LM)

Jury Awards $5 Million to Defunct Coal Company
A Buchanan County jury has awarded $5 million to a defunct coal company and its owner in their long-running legal battle over a contract with Massey Energy. The jury awarded $4 million in damages to Harman Mining and two related companies. The jury also awarded $1 million to the companies' owner, Hugh Caperton, for personal financial damages. Caperton claimed his companies were financially damaged when Massey breached a coal supply contract with them. Harman Mining ceased operations in 1998, and Bristol-based Alpha Natural Resources bought Massey in 2011. One of Caperton's lawyers says they might appeal the jury award. Caperton had sought $90 million in compensatory damages.

Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Charge Reduced Against Johnson City Pharmacist Accused of Injecting Wife
Charge reduced against Johnson City pharmacist Scott Renfro - originally arrested for trying to kill his wife by injecting her with meds in the hospital. At a preliminary hearing, the judge dismissed attempted murder in favor of misdemeanor assault, due to the lack of evidence about the drug Victoza – whether it could truly harm Renfro’s wife Martha. She testified she didn’t know if she’d been injected. Hospital personnel said they recognized the needle prick, and Renfro tried to hide a needle from them and then said it was for his own injections. Police say when questioned, Renfro denied trying to inject his wife, but said he could have, so “lock me up before I hurt someone.” Next the case goes to a grand jury.(LM)

Monday, May 19, 2014

Charge Reduced Against Johnson City Pharmacist Accused of Injecting Wife
Charge reduced against Johnson City pharmacist Scott Renfro - originally arrested for trying to kill his wife by injecting her with meds in the hospital. At a preliminary hearing, the judge dismissed attempted murder in favor of misdemeanor assault, due to the lack of evidence about the drug Victoza – whether it could truly harm Renfro’s wife Martha. She testified she didn’t know if she’d been injected. Hospital personnel said they recognized the needle prick, and Renfro tried to hide a needle from them and then said it was for his own injections. Police say when questioned, Renfro denied trying to inject his wife, but said he could have, so “lock me up before I hurt someone.” Next the case goes to a grand jury.(LM)

Friday, May 16, 2014

Child Rapist Receives Stiff Punishment
A man convicted of raping an 8 year old relative in Bristol has been given 31 years to serve in prison. Kenneth Moses was convicted by a jury of raping a child and incest. Judge Robert Montgomery handed down punishment, ordering Moses to serve 100 percent of a 25 year sentence without the possibility of parole, and then tacked on an additional 6 year sentence. Moses was arrested in 2011 after the rape and incest were reported in the Highway 421 area.

Case Continues for Father Charged With Kidnapping His Son
67-year old Jimmy Donald Guinn has been bound over in Russell County Juvenile Court to a grand jury on felony child abuse charges. He’s the man accused of abducting his 11-year-old son, prompting an Amber Alert in March. Guinn was arrested and the boy was recovered unharmed. Guinn is also charged with illegal possession of ammunition.

Former Political Candidate Bound Over to Grand Jury
Former Washington County Virginia Board of Supervisors candidate Tim Mowery of Bristol has waived a preliminary hearing. Now criminal charges related to his military se5rvice go to a grand jury. He’s charged with perjury, accused of lying about his U.S. Army discharge seven years ago. Authorities say he used that document to obtain a concealed weapons permit. The facts were in hot dispute with the criminal investigation underway when Mowery lost election in back in November.

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