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.

Thursday, December 18, 2014

  • Greene County Police Investigating Shooting at Greeneville Apartments
  • Mother of Battered Child Takes Witness Stand in Jonesborogh
  • Changes Coming for Virginia's Standards of Learning
  • Police Searching for Man Who Chased Estranged Wife From Blountville to Kingsport
  • Johnson City to Raise Hotel/Motel Tax, Against Property Tax
  • Cravens Arrested Again Before Johnson City Child Neglect Trial
  • Johnson City Man in Critical Condition After Serious Crash
  • Woman Arrested After Running From Johnson City Traffic Stop
  • Greeneville PD Detective Has "No Idea" What Caused Deaths of Two Infants Wednesday Morning
  • Kingsport Man Arrested As Six Month Old Child Suffers From "Shaken Baby Syndrome"
  • Suspect Caught in Russell County Shooting
  • Kidnapper on The Run in Kingsport After Trying to Snatch 13-month-old Son
  • Surveillance Video Revealing in Gate City Liquor Store Robbery
  • Two Arrested in Meth Bust at Bristol, Tennessee's Village Square Apartments
  • Bristol, Virginia City Council Meets Behind Closed Doors Concerning "Business Prospect"
  • Governor McAuliffe to Increase Budget
  • Car Stolen Out of Washington State Crashes in Abingdon, Suspects on the Run
  • Scott County Lawmakers Looking at a Site Outside of Gate City for New Animal Shelter
  • Johnson City Man Charged for Burglarizing Apartments in His Complex
  • Bulls Gap Man Charged for 2012 Rogersville Fire



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