Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Prosecutor Lacking for Greene County Murder Case
Thereís trouble in the prosecution of one of two people charged with robbing and killing Donald Ray Gunter back in February in Greene County. The District Attorney says a special prosecutor needs to be found because someone in his office previously represented Mario Keene on drug charges and that would be a conflict of interest. But he says a special prosecutor canít be found because they are too busy with election campaigns. The judge said thatís ridiculous and a special prosecutor must be found by July 7th. A confession from co-defendant Amanda K. Harris, saying she and Keene hog-tied, beat and robbed the victim, was enough to send first degree murder charges against her to a grand jury.(LM)

Thursday, July 02, 2015

  • Vehicle Arson Investigation Continues in Southwest Virginia
  • Alpha Natural Resources Announces Further Funding Investment into Pennsylvania Natural Gas Acquisition
  • Authorities: Leads Diminish in Hunt for Hawkins County Girl with Sex Offender
  • Florida-based Company to Run Golf Operations at Country Club of Bristol, TN
  • Kingsport Man Booked on Theft Charges After Taking Several Armloads of Fireworks from Blountville Retailer
  • "Whistleblower" Not Re-appointed by City Council to Bristol, Virginia Utilities Board
  • Hubbard Appointed Bristol, Virginia Mayor with Dissension About His Previous Service on BVU Board
  • TVA Announces Portion of Boone Dam Reservoir to be Closed to Boat Traffic Beginning Monday
  • Police: Intoxicated Hawkins County Man Used Bark From State-Recognized Arboretum to Build Campfire
  • Glade Spring Man Arrested on Identity Theft Charges Thanks to Help from Social Media



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