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Wednesday, October 01, 2014

Bristol Women Busted for Meth Will Be in Court Today
Two women busted with a rolling meth lab over the weekend will see a judge today. Rachel McCracken and Linzie Humes are asking for a court appointed attorney on multiple drug charges as well as cruelty to children. Bristol, VA officers say they stopped a car with a busted windshield and became suspicious. After searching the vehicle, authorities found an active meth lab in the car's trunk. There was a small child in the car at the time of the Lee Highway arrest.

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Mullins, Others Found Guilty in Dickenson County Heroin, Cocaine Conspiracy
A 20 year prison term is ordered for Dickenson County resident Charlie Mullins, found guilty in a heroin and cocaine conspiracy after a six day trial. According to prosecutor Jerry Gray, the conviction stems from the seizure of heroin, methamphetamine and cocaine last year bound for Mullins. Andrew Sauders of North Carolina and Eric Rodriguez of Flroida were also found guilty in the conspiracy: Rodriguez was sentenced to 35 years in prison; Saunders 15. (LM)

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Lockdown at Science Hill Was Caused by a Misunderstanding
For a brief time Science Hill High School in Johnson City was on lockdown, after a threat was heard by a student and reported. Schools safety director Greg Wallace said it was the right thing to do and fortunately it turned out, after police and school officials investigated, an apparent misunderstanding. He said, "The student believed that they had heard something...the students in question thought that was overblown ...that it was a misunderstanding.” (LM)

Friday, September 19, 2014

Lockdown at Science Hill High School in Johnson City Lifted
For a brief time Science Hill High School in Johnson City was on lockdown, after a threat was heard by a student and reported. Schools safety director Greg Wallace said it was the right thing to do and fortunately it turned out, after police and school officials investigated, an apparent misunderstanding. He said, "The student believed that they had heard something...the students in question thought that was overblown ...that it was a misunderstanding.” (LM)

Hawkins County Men Charged in Meth Bust
Three men have been arrested at a Hawkins County home after police say they found a methamphetamine lab. The arrests came on Grassy Creek Road. Arrested were Mark Glen Williams, Johnny Blaine Moore and Daniel Lee Gosnell. During their search, deputies say they found a one pot meth lab, a gas generator, acetone and other meth-making materials.

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Hawkins County Men Charged in Meth Bust
Three men have been arrested at a Hawkins County home after police say they found a methamphetamine lab. The arrests came on Grassy Creek Road. Arrested were Mark Glen Williams, Johnny Blaine Moore and Daniel Lee Gosnell. During their search, deputies say they found a one pot meth lab, a gas generator, acetone and other meth-making materials. (LM)

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

ETSU Football Players Take the Field for First Practice
For the first time in over a decade, the ETSU football team took the field for their first official practice. Head Coach Carl Torbush said he told his players “that it’s a great moment for them because they are part of something this special.” The Bucs will continue with practice over the next two weeks in preparation for the team’s first scrimmage, which will be held during the program’s Game Time 101 event on Saturday, Sept. 27. The The new ETSU team will have their first football game on Sept. 3, 2015 in Johnson City against Kennesaw State. (JH)

Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Methadone Clinic Group Drops Effort to Open in Johnson City
Reports say the group wanting to open a methadone clinic in Johnson City is ending the attempt. Watauga Recovery Center missed a deadline when applying for a Certificate of Need and, for now, choose not to reapply.

Washington County, Virginia Board of Supervisors Votes to Allow Natural Gas Drilling, Hydro-fracking
Natural gas drilling will be allowed by special permit in agricultural zones of Washington County, Virginia. That decision by a 6 to 1 vote from the Board of Supervisors after a public hearing brought out several hundred people for and against. Lori Metcalf is among many who just don't trust the industry. She said, “When someone puts poisonous chemicals in the ground near water paths, there's always the possibility that something's going to go wrong.” Brad LaMontagne and other large land owners urged protection of property rights. He said, “I have no relationships with the gas industry but I would enthusiastically allow hydrofracking on my property.” (LM)

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Washington County, Virginia Board of Supervisors Votes to Allow Natural Gas Drilling, Hydro-fracking
Natural gas drilling will be allowed by special permit in agricultural zones of Washington County, Virginia. That decision by a 6 to 1 vote from the Board of Supervisors after a public hearing brought out several hundred people for and against. Lori Metcalf is among many who just don't trust the industry. She said, “When someone puts poisonous chemicals in the ground near water paths, there's always the possibility that something's going to go wrong.” Brad LaMontagne and other large land owners urged protection of property rights. He said, “I have no relationships with the gas industry but I would enthusiastically allow hydrofracking on my property.” (LM)

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