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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.

Possible Sexual Assaults On Campus Makes ETSU Sex Week Crucial, Organizer Says
Officials at ETSU have reported three possible sexual assault cases since the fall semester began last month. Max Carwile, an organizer of a Sex Week event taking place on campus in February, said she hopes awareness trumps controversy because of the seriousness of the issue and the current social climate at the Johnson City school (Carwile) “We really want a large focus of this event to be on (sexual) consent and sexual assault communication and communication between (sexual) partners because sexual assault is definitely something on our minds with the events and scenes of the week.”

Tuesday, October 28, 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.

Possible Sexual Assaults On Campus Makes ETSU Sex Week Crucial, Organizer Says
Officials at ETSU have reported three possible sexual assault cases since the fall semester began last month. Max Carwile, an organizer of a Sex Week event taking place on campus in February, said she hopes awareness trumps controversy because of the seriousness of the issue and the current social climate at the Johnson City school (Carwile) “We really want a large focus of this event to be on (sexual) consent and sexual assault communication and communication between (sexual) partners because sexual assault is definitely something on our minds with the events and scenes of the week.”

Police Find Active Meth Labs Inside Car in Johnson City, Arrest Two People
A car fire on East Main Street in Johnson City led to felony drug charges against the two occupants. 31-year-old Simon Hughes and 28-year-old Tara Hall are both charged with felony drug paraphernalia and possession of methamphetamine. Police said the source of the blaze was six active one-pot meth labs inside the car. 10 other bottles containing meth components were also found and later cleaned-up by the TN Meth Task Force. The suspects are being held on $20,000 bond and will appear in Sessions Court on Tuesday.

Monday, October 27, 2014

Police Find Active Meth Labs Inside Car in Johnson City, Arrest Two People
A car fire on East Main Street in Johnson City led to felony drug charges against the two occupants. 31-year-old Simon Hughes and 28-year-old Tara Hall are both charged with felony drug paraphernalia and possession of methamphetamine. Police said the source of the blaze was six active one-pot meth labs inside the car. 10 other bottles containing meth components were also found and later cleaned-up by the TN Meth Task Force. The suspects are being held on $20,000 bond and will appear in Sessions Court on Tuesday.

Friday, October 24, 2014

Five Booked in Washington County After Year-Long Meth Investigation
Five people have been arrested and charged following a year-long investigation into a meth making operation in Washington County, Tennessee. 55-year-old Kimberly Repass and 34-year-old Michael Ratliff of Jonesborough, 35-year-old Ashley Ratliff of Telford, 31-year-old Chad Dunbar and 26-year-old Amanda Stanton of Chuckey are all charged in the case. Sheriff Ed Graybeal said the investigation is continuing and more charges are pending.

Thursday, October 16, 2014

Pinnacle Park Opens in Bristol Tennessee This Weekend
Bristol Tennessee leaders decided to test the waters and turn a retention pond for The Pinnacle retail area at Exit 74 into a usable, viable four-acre city park. A walking trail, mini-fishing pier and dog-friendly features are just some of the parts of Pinnacle Park, located adjacent to Bass Pro Shops, which opens Saturday. Community and Economic Development Executive Director Shari Brown said the city wanted something viable for the public to use at The Pinnacle because of the development's large size without taking away valuable retail space. She also said that the project could be a model in the state for others to use for retention ponds that sometimes become an eyesore.

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