Monday, October 08, 2012

Probation Revoked For Carter County Man
Probation has been revoked for a Carter County man. 34 year old Enoch Paul Taylor had been on probation for aggravated burglary, theft over 1,000 dollars, escape and failure to appear. His probation officer requested the revocation since Taylor had picked up new convictions. Judge Jon Kerry Blackwood ordered him back to prison for 14 years, and tacked on an additional three years on a robbery conviction. Taylor will be eligible for release after serving 30 percent of his sentence. (jb)

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