Friday, April 19, 2013

He Led Police On A Chase & They Led Him To A Cell
He led police on a chase that ended in a standoff where a home went up in flames. Now Junior Kemper Spradlin faces criminal charges. He has since been convicted of the second-degree murder charge in Virginia that led officers to him. Spradlin’s sentence was 40 years in prison but his mother has filed a 1.5-million dollar lawsuit against the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office. A Teargas grenade set her mobile home on fire as officers tried to flush him out but no one was found inside. Last week, deputies delivered him to a cell in the Sullivan County jail in Blountville. His arraignment in Sullivan County Criminal Court is set for April 26th. (bg)

Monday, July 06, 2015

  • Confederate Flag Parade Underway in Kingsport
  • Old Theft Case Results in New Arrest of Abingdon Man
  • Additional Conduct Under Investigation at BVU
  • Abingdon Man Charged with Killing Father Arraigned in Court This Afternoon
  • Involuntary Manslaughter Case of Boone NC Motel Owner Delayed Until October
  • UPDATE: Suspected Pipe Bomber of Johnson City Prothetics Biz Owns Similar Business in Kingsport
  • Fire Destroys Mobile Home In Abingdon
  • Police Say Medical Office Bombed and Burned, Suspect Arrested
  • Two Pedestrian Hit and Run Update: Milligan Highway Resident Arrested
  • Authorities Close Down Portion of Busy Johnson City Road During Investigation
  • Elizabethton Pair Arrested on DUI Charges After Hit & Run
  • Two Injured in ATV Accident in Bristol, TN
  • Report: Joshua Copeland's Mother Witness to Edsel Copeland Stabbing Last Month
  • Bluff City Man Killed in a Rollback Truck Accident
  • Search for Missing Surgoinsville Teen Continues in SWVA
  • Charges Pending in Fatal Washington County, VA Wreck
  • 70-Year-Old Man Uses Cane to Assault Woman in Johnson City



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