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Dangerous encounter ends with arrest

By Natasha Colbaugh

When most parents punish their children they send them to time out. But Samuel Bolton’s father sent him to jail.

Caryville police located Bolton in an upstairs room at his father’s house. Bolton allegedly had a large pocketknife in his hand- blade extended.

Officer Ben Marlow and Sheriff’s Deputy Cody Chapman told Bolton to drop the knife. When Bolton complied he was arrest. Bolton told officers he ran because he knew he had warrants, said Marlow.

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Caryville police discover remnants of meth labs

By Natasha Colbaugh

Going down by the river has a whole new meaning for culprits cooking methamphetamine.

Caryville Police responded to Yoakum Circle Friday when street department workers reported suspicious items near the water.

Lt. Stephanie Smith arrived at 2 p.m. to find a bottle containing a crystallized substance and syringes on the ground behind a hollowed out log, she said. Smith walked to the Caryville dam finding more methamphetamine making components leading to the lake embankment.

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Pleas resolve criminal cases

The following criminal cases were resolved last week with the use of plea agreements:


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Public Records Feb. 10, 2011

 Editor’s Note: Readers are cautioned that some names may be the same as or similar to other members of the community.

 


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TWRA planning controlled burn

In just over a week, officials with the Tennessee Wildlife Resource Agency and the Campbell Outdoor Recreation Association will be using a time honored practice to usher in new growth.


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Jury says Thomas committed reckless endangerment

By Susan Sharp

Criminal trials can become maze of evidence and testimony.

David Thomas’ trial last week was no exception.


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Town of Caryville to vote on liquor ordinance Monday

By Natasha Colbaugh

The final reading of the liquor by the drink and package store ordinance brings Caryville one-step closer to bringing in new business.

A public hearing will be held prior to the Feb. 14 meeting Monday at 6:30 p.m. for the reading and possible approval of the document.

But Caryville citizens won’t be toasting just yet.

Following the monumental vote for the town a detailed process will determine the best two applicants to open liquor stores.

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Sunday beer sales taking county by storm

By Natasha Colbaugh

For the first Super Bowl in Campbell County history, grocery and convenient stores offered Sunday beer sales.  

When Caryville citizens voted for the liquor referendum last November, it changed the laws for beer sales throughout the county.

Caryville and Campbell County are required to change the permissible hours of beer sales, selecting to sell beer at 10 a.m. or noon to midnight. Other than these two municipalities, Jacksboro, LaFollette and Jellico can choose to sell beer on Sundays or opt out completely.

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Walgreen's bomber enters into plea agreement

By Jennifer Caldwell

A LaFollette man charged with holding up the Walgreen's pharmacy with a fake bomb had his day in federal court last Thursday.


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Rising bills equal rising tempers

By Natasha Colbaugh

   


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