Friday, March 29, 2013

Woman sells truck to buy pills
A woman is jailed in Hawkins County after she sold a stolen truck to a business for drug money. Officers say Ricky Wise of Morristown his Ford Bronco was stolen from a home on Price Grove Road where it was parked to get repairs done. The truck was found at at and auto store where the owner said he had first purchased the tires from the truck and then the truck itself. 22-year-old Ladonna Marlene Adams of Rogersville lied to the owner of Hardesty's Auto telling him she had no title because it had burned in a fire. Adams continued to tell police she spent the two hundred dollars she received for the truck to buy pills called Roxycontins. Hawkins county Authorities say the truck was worth around six-thousand-five-hundred-dollars. Adams is charged with two counts of theft. After her arraignment she remains in police custody without bond. She appears in court again April tenth. (CC)

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