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Thursday, August 21, 2014

Former Bristol Executive Charged With Embezzlement
She’s well-known in town as the Executive Director of the Bristol Library Foundation, but now, Anita Machado will be known for something else. She was arrested on six counts of felony embezzlement. Investigators say Machado used the Bristol Library Foundation credit card for nearly three years on purchases totaling around $20,000.

Huge Crowd Turns Out for Opening of The Pinnacle in Bristol
Droves of race fans, VIPS and best yet shoppers for the grand opening of the Pinnacle Development in Bristol, Tennessee – the city’s largest commercial boom ever – and one of the largest in the country. As anchor store, Bass Pro Shops, opened, with many stores to follow, developer Steve Johnson said, “I think we’ve changed this region for the rest of time. I am really excited about what the future holds for The Pinnacle and real proud that we could do something for this region and make it extraordinary.” (LM)

Class Action Denied in Gas Royalties Lawsuit
A federal appeals court says five lawsuits filed by Southwest Virginia landowners against two energy companies don't qualify for class-action status. The three-judge panel ruled that the U.S. District Court abused its discretion when it certified the cases as class-action lawsuits. The ruling came in an appeal by two companies of the lawsuits' class-action status. The appeals court sent the lawsuits back to the lower court for reconsideration of that issue. The lawsuits allege that companies cheated landowners out of royalties for coalbed methane gas on their properties. (LM)

Wednesday, August 20, 2014

Huge Crowd Turns Out for Opening of The Pinnacle in Bristol
Droves of race fans, VIPS and best yet shoppers for the grand opening of the Pinnacle Development in Bristol, Tennessee – the city’s largest commercial boom ever – and one of the largest in the country. As anchor store, Bass Pro Shops, opened, with many stores to follow, developer Steve Johnson said, “I think we’ve changed this region for the rest of time. I am really excited about what the future holds for The Pinnacle and real proud that we could do something for this region and make it extraordinary.” (LM)

Class Action Denied in Gas Royalties Lawsuit
A federal appeals court says five lawsuits filed by Southwest Virginia landowners against two energy companies don't qualify for class-action status. The three-judge panel ruled that the U.S. District Court abused its discretion when it certified the cases as class-action lawsuits. The ruling came in an appeal by two companies of the lawsuits' class-action status. The appeals court sent the lawsuits back to the lower court for reconsideration of that issue. The lawsuits allege that companies cheated landowners out of royalties for coalbed methane gas on their properties. (LM)

Friday, August 08, 2014

Kingsport Truck Driver Arrested for DUI, Drug Possession Near Church Hill School
Church Hill Police reveal the arrest of a semi truck driver for possession of methamphetamine and other charges…after finding the truck blocking an intersection of Tipton Avenue near a school. Police say the driver was intoxicated and asleep inside. Larry Wayne Jones of Flanders Street in Kingsport, is charged with possession of narcotics with intent to deliver near a drug free zone, driving under the influence, possession of drug paraphernalia and violation of the implied consent law. (LM)

Tuesday, August 05, 2014

Accused Meth Maker Arraigned in Court in Kingsport
Court proceedings start for the Kingsport man who, police say, was making methamphetamine in the basement of his grandmother’s house on Potato Hill Road. 28-year-old Richard Little was arrested in Hawkins County. He’s facing multiple charges of making and promoting meth. He faces a preliminary court hearing Aug. 12.

Monday, August 04, 2014

Accused Meth Maker Arraigned in Court in Kingsport
Court proceedings start for the Kingsport man who, police say, was making methamphetamine in the basement of his grandmother’s house on Potato Hill Road. 28-year-old Richard Little was arrested in Hawkins County. He’s facing multiple charges of making and promoting meth. He faces a preliminary court hearing Aug. 12. (LM)

Suspect Arrested for Cooking Meth in Grandmother's Home
Sullivan County Police have arrested the man suspected of cooking meth in his grandmother’s basement. Twenty-eight year old Richard Little of Kingsport was arrested in Hawkins County on Saturday the day after police searched the home. Upon searching the home on Friday police found several tools and supplies that were used for cooking the drug. Little is being held at Sullivan County Jail in Blountville. (EE)

Friday, August 01, 2014

Man Makes Meth in Unsuspecting Grandmother's Home
Sullivan County Deputies received a tip about a meth lab on Potato Hill Road in Kingsport. An unsuspecting grandmother gave officers permission to search her home, not knowing her grandson, 28-Richard Little had been making the drug in her basement. Investigators found 3 "one-pot" meth cook bottles, several gas generator bottles and other meth making components. The Tennessee Meth Task Force was called and the home has been quarantined until the homeowner can afford to have it cleaned. Officers say she is considered a victim in the case. Richard Little has not been arrested. Investigators ask that if you know where he is, to call the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office at (423) 279-7500.

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