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Friday, November 21, 2014

20 Felony Charges Against 3 People After Police Raid in Glade Spring
A meth lab bust in Glade Spring leads to 20 felony charges against three people. Arrested for conspiring to make meth and drug possession and distribution are 38-year old Karen Mae Carter and 37-year old David Ray Nipper, both of Old Mill Road in Glade Spring, and 61-year-old Carl L. Wright Junior of Sugar Grove. Carter, a convicted felon, also was charged with illegal possession of a firearm. Sheriff Fred Newman said federal search warrants were issued, leading to the arrests. (LM)

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Kingsport Man Sent to Prison for "Glorified Crack House"
A Kingsport man ordered to federal prison for six years for peddling illegal synthetic drugs, including those known as bath salts and gravel. Leslie Leon Stallard received the sentence as a result of his guilty pleas. Authorities say along with his mother, Peggy Stallard, he was arrested after a police raid of their home on Camelia Avenue, which police called a “glorified crack house.” Police also said they found an apparent methamphetamine dump site nearby. Peggy Stallard was sentenced to five years in prison. (LM)

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Kingsport Man Sent to Prison for "Glorified Crack House"
A Kingsport man ordered to federal prison for six years for peddling illegal synthetic drugs, including those known as bath salts and gravel. Leslie Leon Stallard received the sentence as a result of his guilty pleas. Authorities say along with his mother, Peggy Stallard, he was arrested after a police raid of their home on Camelia Avenue, which police called a “glorified crack house.” Police also said they found an apparent methamphetamine dump site nearby. Peggy Stallard was sentenced to five years in prison. (LM)

Thursday, November 13, 2014

Hubbard Blasts County for Prolonged Investigation of Bristol Virginia Utilities
Bristol, Virginia Vice Mayor Archie Hubbard, a former longtime member of the board of Bristol Virginia Utilities, calls out Washington County, Virginia officials about the prolonged criminal investigation of BVU, underway now more than a year. He said, “If there's people involved who have done something wrong, we need to know so we can give them their walking papers.” Sheriff Fred Newman says the investigation ended almost two months ago and was turned over to the Commonwealth's Attorney to decide if criminal charges are warranted. He says it was prolonged by subpoenas of BVU documents and interviews of many employees. “Setting up times to interview during their work schedules and our work schedules ...it took a pretty significant amount of time," he said, adding, "We weren't dragging our feet by any means.” No comment so far from Commonwealth's Attorney Nicole Price. (LM)

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

Hubbard Blasts County for Prolonged Investigation of Bristol Virginia Utilities
Bristol, Virginia Vice Mayor Archie Hubbard, a former longtime member of the board of Bristol Virginia Utilities, calls out Washington County, Virginia officials about the prolonged criminal investigation of BVU, underway now more than a year. He said, “If there's people involved who have done something wrong, we need to know so we can give them their walking papers.” Sheriff Fred Newman says the investigation ended almost two months ago and was turned over to the Commonwealth's Attorney to decide if criminal charges are warranted. He says it was prolonged by subpoenas of BVU documents and interviews of many employees. “Setting up times to interview during their work schedules and our work schedules ...it took a pretty significant amount of time," he said, adding, "We weren't dragging our feet by any means.” No comment so far from Commonwealth's Attorney Nicole Price. (LM)

Friday, November 07, 2014

Federal Prison Term Ordered for Kingsport Woman in Illicit Drug Conspiracy
A 5 year federal prison sentence was ordered for 53-year-old Peggy Stallard, infamous in Kingsport for peddling synthetic drugs, including those known as bath salts and gravel. Her son, Leslie Stallard, also pleaded guilty in the drug conspiracy and his sentencing is in a few weeks in federal curt. Local and federal police raided the Stallard home on Camelia Avenue last year and called it a “glorified crack house.” They also said they found what appeared to be a methamphetamine dump site nearby. Six people, including the Stallards, were charged in the conspiracy. All have pleaded guilty.

Thursday, November 06, 2014

Federal Prison Term Order for Kingsport Woman in Illicit Drug Conspiracy
A 5 year federal prison sentence was ordered for 53-year-old Peggy Stallard, infamous in Kingsport for peddling synthetic drugs, including those known as bath salts and gravel. Her son, Leslie Stallard, also pleaded guilty in the drug conspiracy and his sentencing is in a few weeks in federal curt. Local and federal police raided the Stallard home on Camelia Avenue last year and called it a “glorified crack house.” They also said they found what appeared to be a methamphetamine dump site nearby. Six people, including the Stallards, were charged in the conspiracy. All have pleaded guilty.

Friday, October 31, 2014

Meth-Making Charges Filed Against Damascus Man
A Damascus man arrested for making methamphetamine. Authorities say 53-year old Larry Dell Greer was arrested for possessing and making meth at his home on Sawmill Road. Authorities say they used a federal search warrant and confiscated a meth lab there. They also say they've confiscated a meth lab in the Rush Creek area of Washington County, Virginia, but no arrests in that yet. (LM)

Thursday, October 30, 2014

Meth-Making Charges Filed Against Damascus Man
A Damascus man arrested for making methamphetamine. Authorities say 53-year old Larry Dell Greer was arrested for possessing and making meth at his home on Sawmill Road. Authorities say they used a federal search warrant and confiscated a meth lab there. They also say they've confiscated a meth lab in the Rush Creek area of Washington County, Virginia, but no arrests in that yet. (LM)

Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Hawkins County Drug Dealer Gets 24-Year Prison Sentence, $1.2 Million Fine
A Morristown man is going to federal prison for 24 years for running a pain pill operation in several East Tennessee locales including Hawkins County. 38-year-old Gregory Allen Rhea received his sentence in U.S. District Court after entering a plea last year. Rhea admitted he was part of a 12-member operation that organized trips to Florida and Georgia pain clinics to collect thousands of oxycodone pills and methamphetamine for resale to buyers. Rhea also forfeited over $75,000 in cash and was ordered to pay a $1.2 million dollar fine.

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