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)

Friday, November 27, 2015

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  • Another Protest Staged in Abingdon Against Development Near Creeper Trail
  • 4 Face Sentencing Monday in Abingdon for Crystal Meth Ring
  • Kingsport City Manager Advocating "Shop Local"
  • Trio Charged with Domestic Assault in Hawkins County
  • Teen Hospitalized in Bristol after Crash into Creek
  • Elizabethton Man Arraigned on Rape, Burglary Charges
  • Gasoline Tanker Transport Crash in Big Stone Gap
  • Benjamin Shook Has Federal Sex Offender Trial Pushed Back
  • Convicted Synthetic Drug Dealer to be Sentenced Monday
  • Trump Campaign Names Southwest Virginia Leadership Team
  • Northeast TN Pair Jailed in SW Virginia for Grand Larceny
  • VDOT Stats: Traffic Deaths Up 50% in Bristol District
  • Some Tennessee Teachers Convicted of Crimes Still Collecting Pensions
  • Bristol, Virginia Councilman Reacts to Study to Move Bristol Pirates to Tennessee Side
  • UT Study: Gas Tax Hike Needed for Roads
  • Rape Suspect in Greene County Indicted
  • Bristol TN to Consider Study for New Minor League Baseball Study
  • VDOT Aims to Smooth Holiday Traffic by Lifting Lane Closures

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