Monday, December 10, 2012

Kingsport Family Fued
It got a rough Saturday night in Kingsport at the Harrison home. 63-year-old Wilma Harrison was jailed after admitting firing a shot at her 39-year-old son, James. He was attempting to remove his belongings from the home they shared. She popped a .22 cal round thru the wall at him. Sheriff’s Dept spokesperson, Leslie Earhart she was arrested for attempted 2nd degree murder after making a statement about the incident. Another son, 38 year old Steven Harrison was taken to jail early Monday morning following a domestic assault involving the victim, James Harrison. Mrs. Harrison has been freed on a $50,000 bond on the attempted 2nd degree murder charges.(CS)

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