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Friday, April 11, 2014

Lawmakers Hope to Wrap Up in Nashville by Tuesday
Tennessee lawmakers approved the state's $32.4 billion spending plan for the budget year beginning in July. It removes previously planned salary increases for teachers and state employees to make up for lagging state revenue collections. State leaders hope to wrap up the 108th General Assembly as early as Tuesday. Among the major items remaining this year are Gov. Bill Haslam's limited voucher program and his effort to limit the sale of cold and allergy medicines used to make meth.

Wednesday, April 09, 2014

Drugs in Trash
Elizabethton police proved persistent in response to complaints of illegal drug activity at Lot 12 on Lucust Street. That’s the mobile home of Dana Charles Whaley. Police suspected him of manufacturing methamphetamine in a nearby storage building, and in poking through trash, they say they found it contained components used for making meth. Whaley denied knowledge of the items and consented to a search. Officers found other evidence of smoking meth and arrested Whaley on a charge of initiating the process of making it, promoting the making of it and having unlawful drug paraphernalia.

Tuesday, April 08, 2014

Investigators Search for Suspects in Meth Lab Fire
Officers with the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department are looking for a couple of people for questioning after a fire likely caused by a meth lab. A witness told investigators that she saw a man and woman trying to put out flames near a storage building on Forest View Drive in Kingsport right before she called 911. She said when she came back outside, she saw the two people running away. A third person, later identified as David Holt, said his skin had been burned. Authorities say they think the woman seen running from the burning building is Caitlyn Cross because she left her car behind. They’re still trying to identify the man she was with. David Holt has been transported to a burn center in Georgia suffering from burns over 40% of his body.

Monday, April 07, 2014

Investigators Search for Suspects in Meth Lab Fire
Officers with the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Department are looking for a couple of people for questioning after a fire likely caused by a meth lab. A witness told investigators that she saw a man and woman trying to put out flames near a storage building on Forest View Drive in Kingsport right before she called 911. She said when she came back outside, she saw the two people running away. A third person, later identified as David Holt, said his skin had been burned. Authorities say they think the woman seen running from the burning building is Caitlyn Cross because she left her car behind. They’re still trying to identify the man she was with. David Holt has been transported to a burn center in Georgia suffering from burns over 40% of his body.

Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Buchanan Drugs
Buchanan County Sheriff’s Office says it is the second largest drug roundup in the department’s history. Officers arrested forty people for various drug offenses. Most of the charges stem from making methamphetamine and narcotic prescription drug deals. Four people also face charges of child abuse and neglect from the roundup. The department managed to seize a large amount of narcotics during the raids.(CC)

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.

Saturday, March 22, 2014

Abingdon Couple Re-Arrested
An Abingdon man and a Saltville woman charged a week ago with making methamphetamine have been re-arrested. According to Sheriff Fred Newman, deputies seized stolen property and more meth at the home of Randal Blake Doss on Lee Highway. He and Chelsey Lynn Burkett face the additional charges. (LM)

Friday, March 21, 2014

Abingdon Couple Re-Arrested
An Abingdon man and a Saltville woman charged a week ago with making methamphetamine have been re-arrested. According to Sheriff Fred Newman, deputies seized stolen property and more meth at the home of Randal Blake Doss on Lee Highway. He and Chelsey Lynn Burkett face the additional charges. (LM)

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

Neely Shooting Update
Authorities found no history of violence prior to Friday’s shooting involving a young married couple near Kingsport. 20-year old Edith Neeley died in her bed in a trailer on New Summerville Road, and her husband, Ricky, was shot there too. Authorities believe he shot his wife, who was planning to leave him, and then himself in front of their 2 year old daughter, and seven month old son. Deputies arrived to find the two year old holding a shell casing and the infant lying on the bed between his parents… Sheriff Wayne Anderson says, Ricky Neeley remains in critical condition and “When it comes to something like this with kids involved it makes it even more tragic.”

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