Thursday, April 12, 2012

Deputy Arrested In Hiding For Safety
A former Hawkins County Corrections Officer has been moved to a secret location. 51-year-old David Wayne Richards of Surgoinsville, also nicknamed "BIG TIME" is being kept at a low profile for his own safety after being arrested Tuesday while allegedly delivering 12,000 hydrocodone, 10 mg tablets. His arrest was not connected with his duties at the Hawkins County Sheriff's Department. He faces from 2 to 4 years in prison and remains jailed under a $100,000 bond pending a May 2nd court appearance. Those scheduleIII narcotics were estimated to be worth over $10,000 in street value by arresting members of the Hawkins County Sheriff's Department Narcotics Unit.(CS)

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