Saturday, July 20, 2013

Shooting in Carter County might be self-defense
The shooting in Carter county that left one man dead might be ruled self-defense. According to the police report, 41 year old Kenneth Jeffery Dugger was arguing with his mother-in-law when another family member called her the woman’s husband. The report says her husband arrived with a handgun, but before he could open his car door Dugger started punching him in the face, Dugger was then shot in the chest. No charges have been filed yet and the case will likely go to a grand jury. (gw)

Monday, November 30, 2015

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