Friday, October 18, 2013

Men Accused of Making Meth Scheduled for Court Today
Two men are scheduled to appear in Carter County court this morning after a meth bust a month ago. Anthony Grindstaff and Jay Whaley were arrested after a shoplifting tip to police led them to Grindstaff’s van. Officers were able to search the van after they placed Grindstaff under arrest for driving on a revoked license. Police found numerous meth making components and other drug paraphernalia as well as an active “one pot” meth lab under the front passenger seat. The pair have been charges with numerous drug related offenses.

Thursday, November 26, 2015

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  • VDOT Aims to Smooth Holiday Traffic by Lifting Lane Closures
  • Parole Denied for Jamie Curd in So-Called Facebook Murder Case
  • Virginia Company Files 2nd Lawsuit Trying to Mine Uranium
  • Virginia Health Officials Say Flu Season Off to Slow Start
  • Mother Indicted by Greene Co Grand Jury, Charged With Murder in Death of Her Two Daughters
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  • Milligan College Gets $1.2 Million Gift From Shipley Trust
  • Bloomingdale Home Invasion Thieves Brought Equipment to Roll Safe Outside, Drove "Loud" Getaway Vehicle
  • Police: Argument Over TV Characters, Lasagna Leads to Domestic Assault
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  • Unicoi Co Woman Booked on Contraband Charges
  • Gas Prices Continue to Drop

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