Thursday, October 04, 2012

Former Chief Deputy Free on Bond With His Son
A December newspaper story has apparently resulted indictments being returned by Smyth County Grand Jury against the number two man in the Smyth County Sheriff Department. Following up tips that a County paid cell phone was being used for business operations of an outdoor store in Chilhowie has led to charges being placed against Chief Deputy, Maj. Kenneth Lewis and his son Matthew Lewis. The men are free on $3000 unsecured bond and will be arraigned October 22 the Smyth County Gen. District Court. The elder Lewis retired after 37 years of law enforcement and according to Sheriff David Bradley his decision to do so had nothing to do with the present allegations. Sheriff Bradley said that he hoped Lewis would be given the same consideration as anyone who's been charged with any crime and is considered innocent until proven guilty.(CS)

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