Thursday, April 18, 2013

Man Assaults Former Boss After Being Fired
Firing an employee is often one of the toughest jobs a boss can face, especially if that employee is William Wayne Robinson. Carter County authorities arrested Robinson after he tried to hit his former boss with the butt stock of a Marlin .22 rifle. Daniel Harrah says he had to fire Robinson for breaking company rules. Robinson admitted to the altercation and will face the charge of aggravated assault in court on June 3rd. (JH)

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