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)

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

  • Young Greeneville Man Dies in Early Morning Crash
  • Two Charged in Bristol, VA Meth Bust
  • Bristol Woman Charged with Illicit Sales of Narcotic Pain Killer
  • Goodson Kinderhook Fire Department Reported in Dire Financial Need
  • Distributing Crack Cocaine in Johnson City Nets a Man 10 Years in Prison
  • Construction Biz Owner Helping Commonwealth in Cumberland Plateau Scandal Case
  • Johnson City Man Goes to Prison for Cooking and Distributing Meth
  • McDonnell to Remain Free as He Appeals Corruption Prison Sentence
  • Man Sentenced to Five Years in Federal Prison for Running "Crack House" in Kingsport
  • Rate Going Way Up for Bristol, Virginia Cable TV Subscribers
  • Man Accused of Stealing Medical Donation Jar Now Faces Car Theft
  • ETSU Group Gets Funding for Sex Week Activities
  • TDH, CDC Report Flu Cases Going Down in Tri-Cities



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