Tuesday, May 08, 2012

Convenience Store Owner Sentenced
A Rogersville convenience store owner has entered a plea agreement in connection to charges placed in a synthetic drug sweep. 38 year old Pushpa Patel entered the plea in Hawkins County Sessions Court to one count of possession of a synthetic drug with intent to sell. Substitute Judge John Wilson approved a Title 40 diversion for her. That means if she completes the terms of her one year probation her record will be expunged. Patel was ordered to pay 550 dollars in fines and to forfeit 10 thousand dollars in cash that was seized during the March 2nd raid. (jb)

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