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Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Hit and Run Driver not Indicted
She hit a pedestrian, killing him and kept driving. Now a Carter County grand jury has decided not to indict 20 year old Chayanne Elizabeth Gobble. It happened last September. Witnesses told police that a pedestrian had been struck in the road by a dark colored SUV. Officer Trevor Salyer said approximately two hours after the accident, a man called 911 and reported that his granddaughter had struck something in the road on the Elizabethton Highway. Officer Salyer reported that Gobble admitted that she did not stop, yet the grand jury returned a no true bill, indicating that they found no evidence that a crime had been committed.

Monday, March 31, 2014

Hit and Run Driver not Indicted
She hit a pedestrian, killing him and kept driving. Now a Carter County grand jury has decided not to indict 20 year old Chayanne Elizabeth Gobble. It happened last September. Witnesses told police that a pedestrian had been struck in the road by a dark colored SUV. Officer Trevor Salyer said approximately two hours after the accident, a man called 911 and reported that his granddaughter had struck something in the road on the Elizabethton Highway. Officer Salyer reported that Gobble admitted that she did not stop, yet the grand jury returned a no true bill, indicating that they found no evidence that a crime had been committed.

Friday, March 28, 2014

Wise County Authorities Arrest Husband After Stand Off
A protective order did nothing to stop a Coeburn man from going home, though he had been told by authorities less than 2 hours earlier he was barred from there, and from going around his wife due to violence. Fortunately, she wasn’t there but authorities say 31-year-old Glen Allen Lane Junior started firing a gun, causing a stand-off with Wise County deputies. It ended several hours later without injury, and the arrest of Lane. He’s charged with violating a protection order and reckless handling of a firearm. Lane was jailed without bond.

Greer Murder
The gun used by convicted felon Jamarcus Lavelle Jackson to kill one person and inflict injury on three others was stolen from a home in Washington County in September of 2013. Jackson faces 2nd degree murder charges for killing DeShaun Greer, attempted murder for shooting Jamison Greer, and assault charges for shooting Zachary Breedlove and Jonathan McInturff, who were also hurt at the shooting on Cherry Street in Johnson City. Jackson is held on a 205-thousand dollar bond. Jackson has previously been on the TBI’s most wanted list for an unrelated shooting that happened in 2010.(CC)

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Four Men Sentenced for Coal Industry Fraud
ABINGDON, Va. (AP) — Four men have been sentenced for their roles in a $10 million coal industry check-cashing scheme in Virginia and West Virginia that involved kickbacks and illegal currency transactions to evade taxes. The four were sentenced Thursday in federal court in Abingdon. J.D. "Dot" McReynolds of Tazewell, Va., was sentenced to six months of home confinement and forfeited $00,000 to the government. Charles Edward McReynolds II of Vallscreek, W.Va., was sentenced to three months in prison. Timothy Gregory Allen of Hurley, Va., and Kermit Clayton Wiley of Princeton, W.Va., were sentenced to six months. Wiley also forfeited $50,000. Authorities say the four are among 23 who have pleaded guilty to felony charges in the scheme. Two others were convicted after a two-week jury trial. Defendants have forfeited more than $3 million.

Friday, March 21, 2014

Four Men Sentenced for Coal Industry Fraud
ABINGDON, Va. (AP) — Four men have been sentenced for their roles in a $10 million coal industry check-cashing scheme in Virginia and West Virginia that involved kickbacks and illegal currency transactions to evade taxes. The four were sentenced Thursday in federal court in Abingdon. J.D. "Dot" McReynolds of Tazewell, Va., was sentenced to six months of home confinement and forfeited $00,000 to the government. Charles Edward McReynolds II of Vallscreek, W.Va., was sentenced to three months in prison. Timothy Gregory Allen of Hurley, Va., and Kermit Clayton Wiley of Princeton, W.Va., were sentenced to six months. Wiley also forfeited $50,000. Authorities say the four are among 23 who have pleaded guilty to felony charges in the scheme. Two others were convicted after a two-week jury trial. Defendants have forfeited more than $3 million.

Thursday, March 20, 2014

Former Unicoi County Sheriff Questions His Prosecution
Former Unicoi County Sheriff Kent Harris was charged with numerous crimes, but the cases were dismissed or a jury would not find him guilty. Harris says the cases should not have been brought. He says Attorney General Tony Clark had two Attorneys General outside the district look at the cases and they declined to prosecute. Harris believes Clark went ahead because of political pressure in Unicoi County. Harris says he did nothing wrong and did nothing that he regrets. He is speaking out now so Unicoi County residents know they have a choice in the upcoming election. (SH)

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Former Unicoi County Sheriff Questions His Prosecution
Former Unicoi County Sheriff Kent Harris was charged with numerous crimes, but the cases were dismissed or a jury would not find him guilty. Harris says the cases should not have been brought. He says Attorney General Tony Clark had two Attorneys General outside the district look at the cases and they declined to prosecute. Harris believes Clark went ahead because of political pressure in Unicoi County. Harris says he did nothing wrong and did nothing that he regrets. He is speaking out now so Unicoi County residents know they have a choice in the upcoming election. (SH)

Bennett Trial
Lawyers for a man charged with first-degree murder want the jury to be brought in from another location, saying there has been too much publicity on the case for him to find fair jurors in the area. 32-year-old Steven Bennett is charged with killing Vonda Donaldson in 2012. He then threw her body off of a bridge to dispose of her body. Bennett has claimed he didn’t mean to kill Donaldson but she died during a romantic encounter gone wrong. Bennett lawyers says his criminal past, and the fact that he had been recently released from prison and was on parole at the time of Donaldson’s death, makes it impossible for him to get a fair trial. Judge Stacy Street says they will first try to seat a jury in Washington County and will go outside the county if one cannot be found. Bennett is in court next on May first.(CC)

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Facebook Murder
Attorneys for those involved in a Mountain City murder case dubbed, the Facebook murders, want the prosecutor to withdraw from the case. The lawyers for Janelle Potter, Jamie Curd, and Barbara Potter say Assistant District Attorney Dennis Brooks and a witness for the prosecution have a personal relationship with Brooks and his wife. The witness also happens to be the daughter and sister of three of the people involved in the murder. Defense attorneys say Christine Groover publicly applauded Brooks’ efforts after her father’s conviction for the murders. The Defense says Groover should not be allowed to testify. They have also asked Judge John Kerry Blackwood to bring in jurors for the case, saying their clients could not get a fair jury pool in this area. Blackwood will make a ruling on March 27th. (CC)

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