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Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Stabbing Suspect In Court
A Greene County teen that stabbed a classmate has appeared in court to face Attempted First Degree Murder charges. 17-year-old Jacob Mitchell is facing trial as an adult, after a juvenile court moved his case. Mitchell stabbed a classmate over an altercation over a girl. The incident happened in the cafeteria of South Greene High School. Mitchell appears in court again on May 8th when he is expected to be indicted on the charges. (CC)

Tuesday, March 18, 2014

She accused him of "Worshipping NASCAR" and stabbed him
She accused him of “worshipping NASCAR” later she rammed her car through a church wall and stabbed him with a butcher knife. Stephanie Hamman of Chruch Hill, told her husband Steven that the “the devil is in me” just before she plunged the knife into his chest. He said he was attempting to help her after the wreck and got stabbed for his efforts, Mr. Hamman then fled back to their apartment and called police. Officers located Mrs. Hamman at Holston Valley Medical center, where she spoke of smoking a “bunch of weed” and how she “saw things others didn’t.” She is being charges with attempted first degree murder and felony vandalism.

Monday, March 17, 2014

She accused him of "Worshipping NASCAR" and stabbed him
She accused him of “worshipping NASCAR” later she rammed her car through a church wall and stabbed him with a butcher knife. Stephanie Hamman of Chruch Hill, told her husband Steven that the “the devil is in me” just before she plunged the knife into his chest. He said he was attempting to help her after the wreck and got stabbed for his efforts, Mr. Hamman then fled back to their apartment and called police. Officers located Mrs. Hamman at Holston Valley Medical center, where she spoke of smoking a “bunch of weed” and how she “saw things others didn’t.” She is being charges with attempted first degree murder and felony vandalism.

Saturday, March 15, 2014

Man Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison for Johnson City Stabbing
Facing the threat that his pregnant girlfriend was leaving him, a man admits he stabbed her in the back as she attempted to board a city bus in Johnson City, planning to go to an appointment for an ultrasound. Sanders Dixon was sentenced to eight years in prison after agreeing to plead guilty to assault, reduced from attempted murder. The woman recovered from the wound in August and has since given birth. Dixon is requesting probation and the possibility of a judicial diversion from the charges. He remains jailed pending a hearing on those issues May 12. (LM)

Friday, March 14, 2014

Man Sentenced to Eight Years in Prison for Johnson City Stabbing
Facing the threat that his pregnant girlfriend was leaving him, a man admits he stabbed her in the back as she attempted to board a city bus in Johnson City, planning to go to an appointment for an ultrasound. Sanders Dixon was sentenced to eight years in prison after agreeing to plead guilty to assault, reduced from attempted murder. The woman recovered from the wound in August and has since given birth. Dixon is requesting probation and the possibility of a judicial diversion from the charges. He remains jailed pending a hearing on those issues May 12. (LM)

Home Invasion Stabbing
They fought and one was stabbed at least 8 times. When police arrived at the apartment in Gray, they found 21 year old Cody Honeycutt with multiple stab wounds. According to Washington County Sheriff’s department, Honeycutt and 23 year old Robert Rose got into a fight at Rose’s Apartment which ended up in the parking lot. Sgt Phillips says it’s complicated. “The investigation is ongoing at this time, it’s a complicated story.” Honeycutt was treated at Johnson City Medical Center. The case will taken up at the next term of the Washington County grand jury.

Girlfriend Stabber's Plea Deadline is Today
A plea deadline has been set for today for a man accused of a Johnson City stabbing. Sanders Dixon is charged with two counts of attempted first-degree murder after an argument with his pregnant girlfriend turned violent last August. The victim, Toni Johnson, says Dixon stabbed her as she tried to board a city bus. Johnson City Police say it appears to be a planned crime as he placed the knife in an object so his prints would not be on it. At last check with the Washington County Criminal Court, Dixon has not entered a plea and is expected to be in the court room this morning.

Damascus Man Found Guilty of Voluntary Manslaughter in Stabbing Death
A jury in Abingdon found David Allen Widener of Damascus guilty of voluntary manslaughter, reduced from second degree murder, in the stabbing death of Chester William Brown. Widener will face up to 10 years in prison when he is sentenced in July. He remains in jail unable to make bond. The verdict indicates the jury felt it was an intentional killing during a mutual fight. Witnesses said the two fought after drinking and Widener stabbed Brown in the neck and chest. (LM)

Thursday, March 13, 2014

Damascus Man Found Guilty of Voluntary Manslaughter in Stabbing Death
A jury in Abingdon found David Allen Widener of Damascus guilty of voluntary manslaughter, reduced from second degree murder, in the stabbing death of Chester William Brown. Widener will face up to 10 years in prison when he is sentenced in July. He remains in jail unable to make bond. The verdict indicates the jury felt it was an intentional killing during a mutual fight. Witnesses said the two fought after drinking and Widener stabbed Brown in the neck and chest. (LM)

Damascus Murder Trial Continues
The second-degree murder trial continues today for David Allen Widener. The 38-year old man is accused of killing Chester William Brown, Jr last June in Damascus. Widener says Brown’s death was self defense. Jurors have heard testimony from witnesses who say they saw the two men fighting over a chair just before Brown was stabbed.

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