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Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Bristol Couple Takes Plea Agreement in Meth Case in Federal Court
A Bristol, VA couple have taken a plea agreement with federal prosecutors in a meth manufacturing and distribution case that dates back to 2013. David Allen Jones and April Christina Kite were each sentenced to seven years in prison in U.S. District Court in Abingdon and had several felony charges dropped as part of the agreement. The original indictment showed the two made and sold meth in various parts of Southwest Virginia.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Bristol Couple Takes Plea Agreement in Meth Case in Federal Court
A Bristol, VA couple have taken a plea agreement with federal prosecutors in a meth manufacturing and distribution case that dates back to 2013. David Allen Jones and April Christina Kite were each sentenced to seven years in prison in U.S. District Court in Abingdon and had several felony charges dropped as part of the agreement. The original indictment showed the two made and sold meth in various parts of Southwest Virginia.

Friday, June 19, 2015

Routine Traffic Stops Yield Drug Busts
Two separate traffic stops led Hawkins Co. Police to make two arrests involving “Ice”, a potent form of Meth. 36 y/o Bridget Denise Kesterson, and 35 y/o Leslie Marie Correll, , were both taken into custody after police found the drug during a search of both vehicles. Both were charged with possession of meth, Correll with intent to deliver, and possession of drug paraphernalia, with Kesterson receiving additional charges including Marijuana possession, violation of light law, and driving on a revoked license.

Thursday, June 18, 2015

Routine Traffic Stops Yield Drug Busts
Two separate traffic stops led Hawkins Co. Police to make two arrests involving “Ice”, a potent form of Meth. 36 y/o Bridget Denise Kesterson, and 35 y/o Leslie Marie Correll, , were both taken into custody after police found the drug during a search of both vehicles. Both were charged with possession of meth, Correll with intent to deliver, and possession of drug paraphernalia, with Kesterson receiving additional charges including Marijuana possession, violation of light law, and driving on a revoked license.

Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Abingdon Man Sent to Prison for Meth Trafficking
An Abingdon man sent to federal prison for a year and four months and was ordered to pay a $10,000 fine - this stemming from his guilty plea to trafficking methamphetamine. 55-year-old William Hunt was also ordered to serve 10 years on probation after he is released from prison. Hunt was among more than two dozen people arrested as part of an aggressive investigation dubbed “Salt Vegas” due to ties to Saltville and Abingdon and across state lines to Mountain City, Tennessee. Hunt's plea marked the final defendant to be found guilty.

Raid on Glade Spring Homes Reap Five Arrests, 25 Felony Charges Related to Meth
Raids on two homes in Glade Spring by Washington County deputies and DEA officers reaped five arrests and 25 felony charges. Sheriff Fred Newman said Cynthia Chapman, Derrick Leslie, Jamie Blevins, Michael Wyatt and Thomas Warner were all booked on meth related charges. Chapman collected the most charges of the five with 12 felonies, including 10 counts of manufacturing methamphetamine.

Man High On Meth Arrested for Public Intoxication
Rogersville police have arrested a Kingsport man after he was seen trying to dig holes in the street with his hands. Authorities say 21 year old Terry Dewayne Seawell was found to be high “Ice”, a potent form of Meth when he was picked up outside a house on Watterson st. He was charged with public intoxication.

Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Abingdon Man Sent to Prison for Meth Trafficking
An Abingdon man sent to federal prison for a year and four months and was ordered to pay a $10,000 fine - this stemming from his guilty plea to trafficking methamphetamine. 55-year-old William Hunt was also ordered to serve 10 years on probation after he is released from prison. Hunt was among more than two dozen people arrested as part of an aggressive investigation dubbed “Salt Vegas” due to ties to Saltville and Abingdon and across state lines to Mountain City, Tennessee. Hunt's plea marked the final defendant to be found guilty.

Raid on Glade Spring Homes Reap Five Arrests, 25 Felony Charges Related to Meth
Raids on two homes in Glade Spring by Washington County deputies and DEA officers reaped five arrests and 25 felony charges. Sheriff Fred Newman said Cynthia Chapman, Derrick Leslie, Jamie Blevins, Michael Wyatt and Thomas Warner were all booked on meth related charges. Chapman collected the most charges of the five with 12 felonies, including 10 counts of manufacturing methamphetamine.

Man High On Meth Arrested for Public Intoxication
Rogersville police have arrested a Kingsport man after he was seen trying to dig holes in the street with his hands. Authorities say 21 year old Terry Dewayne Seawell was found to be high “Ice”, a potent form of Meth when he was picked up outside a house on Watterson st. He was charged with public intoxication.

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