Tuesday, April 02, 2013

Larkin Faces No Crime Greater Than Second Degree Murder
A prosecutor must decide now whether to proceed against Dale Larkin who was freed from the Washington County Detention Center under a 100- thousand dollar bond. The prosecutor could proceed on a lesser charge of appeal of the appellate court ruling to the Tennessee Supreme Court. Larkin was previously convicted of drowning his wife in a bathtub but was released while prosecutors decide how to deal with his conviction being overturned in a ruling that there was insufficient evidence to support a verdict of first-degree murder. Premeditation in Teri Larkin's death could not be substantiated so the court ruled that Larkin could only be tried on a crime no greater than second-degree murder. (bg)

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

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  • Man Pleads Guilty to Child Neglect in Church Hill
  • State Transportation Board Seeking Input in Bristol Wednesday
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  • State Police Association in Virginia Says Budget Cuts Will Deter Service and Morale
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  • Jeff Howard Promoted to ETSU Dean of Students



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