Friday, September 07, 2012

Deputy Files Appeal Of DUI Conviction
A Unicoi County deputy has been convicted of DUI and weapon charges. Adam Keith Campbell was stopped by Erwin Police December 29th, last year. He failed a field sobriety test and was taken to the hospital for a blood sample. Police observed two pistols in his car when they were parking it. Campbell was suspended without pay after his arrest. He has appealed his conviction to the Unicoi County Criminal Court. Sheriff Mike Hensley says that his department will wait and see what action to take based on the Criminal Court case. (jb)

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