Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Woman Accused Of Embezzling From Non-Profit
A Kingsport woman is in jail after she admitted to stealing nearly 50 thousand dollars from a Bristol non-profit. 37 year old Quyen Quillen was an employee of the Appalachian Education Commission which fund a non-profit christian radio station owned by Kenneth Hill who is the father of State Representatives Matthew and Timothy Hill. The investigation into the theft is continuing and it's suspected that the total amount of money taken could reach 300 thousand dollars. (jb)

Thursday, October 23, 2014

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