Friday, October 12, 2012

Constable Faces Criminal Trespassing Charges
A Sullivan County constable will appear in court on criminal trespassing charges in Washington County Tennessee. Craig and Reda Terry of Hickory Tree Road will answer those charges October 29th. According to the complaint filed in court by the administrator of Continuum Courtyard, the couple was not allowed to visit the nursing home on Lakeview Drive in Johnson City. The administrator told Terry back in February to leave the property and not come back. Karen Stigall claims she made her request to his face, on the phone and in writing. She decided to file charges after he came back with his badge and gun. The Terry’s insist that they were not getting answers to questions about a family member staying in the nursing home. They claim questions about health were not being addressed and they were visiting the family member the night before she died which was the event that led to the charges being filed. They expect the case to be dismissed. (bg)

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

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  • New Murder Charge Cause to Push Back Kingsport Man's Already Scheduled Murder Trial
  • Sullivan Commissioners Approve Sheriff''s Vehicle Lease-Purchase Agreement
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