Saturday, December 14, 2013

ABINGDON MAN GETS 25 YEARS IN DRUG OVERDOSE DEATH
Travis Caudell is going to prison for 25 years in an unusual case in Abingdon. He earlier pleaded guilty to felony murder for supplying hydrocodone, a powerful painkiller he takes for severe medical problems, to a friend Josh Mays, who overdosed and died. But at sentencing now, Caudellís defense was that Mays and others took advantage of him and his prescriptions. However, Judge Randall Lowe rejected his plea for leniency, pointing out Caudell was arrested just a month later for selling the same drug to an undercover police officer. (LM)

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