Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Brothers In More Trouble With The Law
There's more legal troubles for two brothers. 20 year old Josh Hammonds and 27 year old Jeffrey Hammonds were in court on charges of attempted first-degree murder. Josh Hammonds cursed one of the Washington County, Tennessee court bailiffs and was taken back to jail. Other court officials were trying to confirm warrants out of Carter County for Jeffrey Hammonds. They did confirm he was wanted there, but he had fled the courtroom. The judge issued a capias for his arrest. (jb)

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