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Tuesday, July 08, 2014

Greene Co. Murder Case Bound Over to Grand Jury
A special prosecutor assigned from Knox County presented evidence to convince a judge of probable cause in the case of Mario Keene, one of two people charged with robbing and killing Donald Ray Gunter back in February in Greene County. A special prosecutor was assigned because someone in the Greene County District Attorney’s office previously served as a defense attorney for Keene on drug charges and that created a conflict of interest. A confession from co-defendant Amanda K. Harris, saying she and Keene hog-tied, beat and robbed the victim, was probable cause to bound over charges against her earlier. They both face first degree murder charges.

Monday, July 07, 2014

Second Suspect Bound Over to Grand Jury in Killing of Donald Ray Gunter in Greene County
A special prosecutor assigned from Knox County presented evidence to convince a judge of probable cause in the case of Mario Keene, one of two people charged with robbing and killing Donald Ray Gunter back in February in Greene County. A special prosecutor was assigned because someone in the Greene County District Attorney’s office previously served as a defense attorney for Keene on drug charges and that created a conflict of interest. A confession from co-defendant Amanda K. Harris, saying she and Keene hog-tied, beat and robbed the victim, was probable cause to bound over charges against her earlier. They both face first degree murder charges. (LM)

Friday, July 04, 2014

Fire Leaves Heavy Damage at Home in Kingsport
A firefighter suffered a minor injury as Kingsport crews battled a house fire on Lynn Garden Drive. Heavy damage to the vacant home at the corner of Lynn Garden and Mullins Street. Chief Craig Dye says it took a three alarm response to put the fire out. “It’s under investigation," he said. "We’ve started an investigation on why and how it started. I’ve got three fire marshals up there looking at it now.” (LM)

Intense Fire Erupts after Trucks Collide in Norton
An intense fire on US Highway 23 in Norton Virginia after two commercial trucks collided and overturned, one’s engine bursting into flames. Police Chief James Lane said, “It was an intense fire but the Norton fire department had a quick response and that made a huge difference to knock out the fire. So within minutes it was knocked out.” One driver went to Norton’s hospital suffering injury. The chief says apparently a tire blew on one truck causing the collision. (LM)

Thursday, July 03, 2014

Fire Leaves Heavy Damage at Home in Kingsport
A firefighter suffered a minor injury as Kingsport crews battled a house fire on Lynn Garden Drive. Heavy damage to the vacant home at the corner of Lynn Garden and Mullins Street. Chief Craig Dye says it took athree alarm response to put the fire out. “It’s under investigation," he said. "We’ve started an investigation on why and how it started. I’ve got three fire marshalls up there looking at it now.” (LM)

Intense Fire Erupts after Trucks Collide in Norton
An intense fire on US Highway 23 in Norton Virginia after two commercial trucks collided and overturned, one’s engine bursting into flames. Police Chief James Lane said, “It was an intense fire but the Norton fire department had a quick response and that made a huge difference to knock out the fire. So within minutes it was knocked out.” One driver went to Norton’s hospital suffering injury. The chief says apparently a tire blew on one truck causing the collision. (LM)

Wednesday, July 02, 2014

Griffith Calls for Puckett FBI Probe to Stop
A federal grand jury is almost ready to hear evidence of possible criminal activity involving the resignation of Virginia Senator Phillip Puckett of Lebanon, Congressman Morgan Griffith says he is stunned by it so much so that he sent a letter to the U.S Attorney General and FBI director, calling for it to stop. He says he sees what happened as common political maneuvering.

Friday, June 27, 2014

Delay in Former Janitor's Sex Crimes Case
The attorney for Bobby Gobble in Lebanon succeeded in delaying his first court appearance since a grand jury upped the sex charges against the former school janitor. The 41-year-old Gobble is facing more than 100 counts of sexual assault involving four victims under 14. His arraignment in Circuit Court is now scheduled July 24th. He remains jailed. (LM)

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Defense Moves for Delay in case of Former Janitor Accused of Sex Crimes
The attorney for Bobby Gobble in Lebanon succeeded in delaying his first court appearance since a grand jury upped the sex charges against the former school janitor. The 41-year-old Gobble is facing more than 100 counts of sexual assault involving four victims under 14. His arraignment in Circuit Court is now scheduled July 24th. He remains jailed. (LM)

Federal Subpoenas Issued Related to Former State Sen. Puckett
Federal prosecutors have issued subpoenas for records from the Virginia tobacco commission related to former state Sen. Phil Puckett's resignation, which the FBI is investigating. The tobacco commission has been served with at least two subpoenas - one ordering the commission's interim director to appear before a grand jury Tuesday. The second requests various commission documents involving Puckett. A Democrat from Lebanon, Puckett shocked Virginia politics earlier this month by abruptly resigning, which flipped control of the state Senate to Republicans. Puckett was in line for a potential high-level job at the GOP-controlled tobacco commission at the time of his resignation, but later withdrew his name for consideration. He's denied any wrongdoing.

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