Monday, April 29, 2013

Hawkins MURDER Case Proceeds
Two Rogersville men are set for preliminary hearing appearances today in the murder of Roger Hawkins. 18 year old Austin Scott Price and Samuel Wade Hirsch are being held on a one million dollars bond each. Hawkins was killed in a robbery for his medications, hand guns and cash March 16th at his Boyd Street apartment. Hawkins was a 21 year, disabled veteran of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars. The 2 suspects are believed to have used a nearby apartment of Price’s Uncle to change bloody clothes before leaving the immediate crime scene. Hawkins was killed by blows from a hammer and being stabbed several times with a large hunting knife. Police had made the connection between the suspects and neighboring apartments and the men were arrested when they returned after allegedly dumping bloody clothing and selling some of the stolen drugs.(CS)

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