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Wednesday, January 22, 2014

Grand Jury Indicts 26 in Meth Conspiracy
A federal grand jury in Greeneville has charged 26 people with conspiracy to distribute methamphetamine. The suspects are mostly middle-aged but range in age from 22 to 73. They face a minimum of 10 years in a federal prison. U.S. Attorney William C. Killian said in a news release Tuesday that five of the suspects also face additional firearms charges. Authorities say an investigation shows that people involved were buying methamphetamine in Georgia and then distributing the drug in Tennessee and Kentucky.

Friday, January 17, 2014

DA Seeks Maximum Penalty in Knife Attack Case
A jury found Christ Murchison of Kingsport guilty of reckless aggravated assault in the vicious knifing of Raum Ellis that seriously injured Ellis and disrupted a Dollar General Store. The jury rejected a stiffer charge of attempted murder for the attack four years ago on Fort Henry Drive. The violence erupted when Murchison made a romantic gesture toward Ellis’s finance. Assistant DA Jim Goodwin says he’ll push for the maximum penalty of 12 years in prison. Sentencing is March 10th.

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Murder Trial Date Set
When police failed to quell arguments, a man was shot and killed more than a year ago out in the street on Lee Highway in Bristol. Now a February 27th jury trial for first degree murder is set for Daniel Buchanan. Authorities say he shot and killed 24-year old Chase Robins. It happened near Buchanan’s apartment, in the 1900 block of Lee Highway. The two apparently had been roommates at one time and records show police responded when Buchanan called three times earlier the same night, complaining that Robins was trespassing and disturbing him.

Attempted Murder Trial Continues
A jury will resume deliberations Thursday, deciding the fate of a Kingsport man charged with attempted murder in a vicious knife attack at a Dollar General Store four years ago. Christ Murchison is accused of attacking Raum Ellis outside the store on Fort Henry Drive, then chasing him inside, stabbing him several times with his pocket knife and inflicting serious injury. Authorities say the dispute stemmed from a romantic gesture that Murchison made toward Ellis’s finance. Attempted murder carries up to 60 years in prison.

Wednesday, January 08, 2014

Trial Date Expected to be set in Bristol Killing
Arraignment in criminal court is set for Thursday … now that a grand jury has indicted 55-year old Franklin Delph for first degree murder in the killing of his wife at Edgemont Towers in Bristol in May. District Attorney Barry Staubus said, “He will be advised of his charges. He will be present with his counsel and I anticipate a trial date will be set in the matter.” Delph claimed that his wife Sue shot herself in the head, committing suicide. As a convicted felon for a Louisiana armed robbery, Delph also will be arraigned on a charge of unlawful possession of a firearm. (LM)

Friday, January 03, 2014

Former Board of Supervisors Candidate Arrested for Perjury
The hotly disputed military record of a former political candidate in Washington County, Virginia leads now to criminal charges. Former board of supervisors candidate Tim Mowery of Bristol has been arrested. He’s accused of perjury and other felonies for allegedly lying about his U.S. Army discharge seven years ago. “He’s accused of using a fake or false document to obtain a concealed weapons permit,” Sheriff Fred Newman said. While the investigation was underway, Mowery lost election in November to Vernon Smith. Mowery has posted three thousand dollars bond and is free pending court proceedings. (LM)

Wednesday, January 01, 2014

Authorities Still Searching for Shooting Suspect
Sullivan County authorities continue to seek leads after reports from a man that an assailant shot him while he was out in his yard. Authorities responded to Princeton Road in the Sullivan Gardens area and said the man had a slight leg wound. Public Information Officer, Leslie Earhart says, "The victim does have an injury – not a bullet hole per se, but he does have an injury." The victim said an assailant wore dark clothing and ran away after firing a shot in the dark. (LM)

Friday, December 27, 2013

Grand Jury to Hear Evidence in a Deadly Brotherly Dispute
The prosecutor says a grand jury will likely hear evidence in January or soon after in the case of 57-year old Richard Lane of Church Hill accused of shooting his younger brother to death in Bloomingdale. Richard Lane claims self defense and has not been arrested. District Attorney Barry Staubus says evidence from the autopsy and other testing will be presented to a grand jury to determine if it was self defense or murder. (LM)

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Grand Jury Indicts 13 on Drug Charges: 6 Arrested, 7 At Large
A Carter County Grand Jury indicted 13 suspects caught in a drug round-up conducted by the Sheriff’s Department. Duane Yeager, Travis Mitchell, Christopher Dove, Adam Griffey (all from Elizabethton) and Jennifer Campbell of Hampton along with Jeffery McMahan of Roan Mountain have all been arrested on drug charges. Officers are still looking for Ronald Lowe, Tina Hughes, Dakota Waters and Christpher Shepard of Elizabethton and Jennifer Glover and Nicky McKinney of Roan Mountain and Clayburn Jones of Hampton. Jones is wanted on Federal firearms charges. (JH)

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Mixed Verdict in Bristol Rape Trial
A Bristol Virginia jury decided Gus Katelouzos broke into a woman’s house but is not guilty of raping her. Evidence was the two met at a bar. He found out later where she lived and broke in. The jury found him not guilty of rape but guilty of burglary and then imposed the maximum penalty – 20 years in prison with no chance for parole. Katelouzous also is facing more trouble for not appearing in court the third day of trial. Authorities rounded him up in Bluff City but he faces a new charge of felony failure to appear. (LM)

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