Wednesday, August 06, 2014

Man Pleads Guilty in Package Bomb Killings of In-Laws, former Johnson City residents
Former Johnson City residents Jon and Marion Setzer were killed by their son-in-law for money. That was revealed in a Middle Tennessee courtroom where Richard Parker pleaded guilty to killing them with a package bomb. Prosecutors said he did it because he owed them tens of thousands of dollars. Parkerís plea deal calls for him to serve life in prison without the possibility of parole. The Setzers had moved to rural Wilson County, east of Nashville, where the bomb exploded at their home.

Monday, December 22, 2014

  • Man Arraigned in Court in Greeneville in Deaths of Two Babies
  • Grand Jury: No Crimes Committed at Bluff City City Hall
  • Greeneville Mother Pleads in Baby's Death, Set to Testify Against Father
  • Two Big Donations Clinches New Playground for Anderson Elementary
  • Two Men Accused by Kingsport Police of Stealing Five Vehicles Off of Bloomingdale Lot
  • USDA Grant to Help More SWVirginia Schools Get Fresh From the Farm Produce
  • Virginia's "Mature" Drivers Will be Impacted by New Law
  • Johnson City Flood Prevention Steps to Save Some Homeowners Money
  • Virginia Ranked 4th Roughest State on Speeders
  • Greeneville Man Arrested in Connection With Two Infant Deaths
  • Charges Dropped Against Convicted Doctor and Wife
  • Sobriety Checkpoint Nets Two Arrests in Kingsport



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