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May 4th, 2007 11:54 pm by Staff Report










Fall Branch man accused of forging prescription


Revoked license leads to arrest of Telford man


Participants sought for litter pickup in Keokee


Annual Jonesville cleanup scheduled for May 7-11


Raid at Martin's Station scheduled for May 11-13


Couple charged in dragging death of woman


Jury recommends 40 years in toddler's death


Fall Branch man accused of forging prescription

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JOHNSON CITY - Officers of the Johnson City Police Department arrested a Fall Branch man Friday in connection with a forged prescription. Police say Curtis C. McLaughlin, 37, 3697 Hwy. 81, attempted to pass the prescription at CVS Pharmacy, 4209 N. Roan St., on Friday. McLaughlin was charged with forgery and obtaining narcotics by fraud. He was being held in the Washington County Detention Center under a $2,500 bond.


Revoked license leads to arrest of Telford man

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JOHNSON CITY - A Telford man was taken into custody Friday after driving on a revoked license as a habitual motor offender. Officers of the Johnson City Police Department arrested Johnny S. Peters, 45, 161 Patton May Road. The arrest came after Peters was stopped for not wearing his seat belt at Legion Street and Lonnie Lowe Lane. He was also found to be in violation of the financial responsibility law. Peters was being held in the Washington County Detention Center on a $6,000 bond.


Participants sought for litter pickup in Keokee

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KEOKEE - The Keokee Community Action group will sponsor a litter pickup day today. Those wishing to participate should meet at Zona's Market at 11 a.m. For more information call (276)565-2241 or (276)565-9920.


Annual Jonesville cleanup scheduled for May 7-11

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JONESVILLE - The town of Jonesville will conduct its annual spring cleanup week May 7-11. Town employees will pick up brush, junk and miscellaneous items and debris through the week. Residents are asked to separate items into piles of metal only, brush and wood only, and miscellaneous. Arrangements should be made ahead for pickup of large items such as appliances. For more information call Town Hall at (276)346-1151.


Raid at Martin's Station scheduled for May 11-13

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ELYDALE - The annual Raid at Martin's Station will be held May 11-13 at Wilderness Road State Park. Activities are scheduled from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, with a special evening program beginning at 8 p.m. on Saturday. Sunday's events will take place from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. The festivities include tours of historic Martin's Station, battle re-enactments, seminars, an art show, and living history displays. For more information call the park at (276)445-3065.


Couple charged in dragging death of woman

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CROSSVILLE, Tenn. - A couple has been arrested in the six-year-old murder case of a woman who was believed to have been dragged for several miles before being left for dead. Arlene Miller and Jimmy Dean Miller have been charged with first-degree murder, felony murder and conspiracy to commit first-degree murder in the death of Linda Guge, authorities from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and Cumberland County Sheriff's Department said Friday. Guge's body was found by hunters in rural Cumberland County on New Year's Day 2001, and investigators believe she was killed the day before. Her body was so disfigured that it took medical examiners several days to identify it.


Jury recommends 40 years in toddler's death

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FAIRFAX, Va. - A man convicted of killing a 21-month-old boy should spend 40 years in prison, a Fairfax County jury said. Mohammad A. Ahmad, 24, was convicted of second-degree murder Wednesday in the September death of Myles Simon. The jury took less than 15 minutes Thursday to recommend the maximum 40-year prison sentence. Ahmad did not testify at the three-day trial. Fairfax Circuit Court Judge Leslie M. Alden will sentence Ahmad in June. The judge can impose or reduce the 40-year term. The toddler attended a day-care center that Ahmad's wife, Jillian, ran out of her townhouse in Kingstowne. On Sept. 12, she left Myles and two other children in the care of her husband. When she returned several hours later, Myles was dead.

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