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March 7, 2013

TODAY'S HEADLINES - MARCH 7, 2013

CORBIN — Davenport DUI trial continued again

Nearly three years after former Whitley County jailer Lloyd Davenport was arrested for suspicion of driving under the influence, a jury trial to face those DUI charges was slated for Wednesday.

Hearing continued for Tenn. woman involved in W’burg factory bomb threat

A Jellico, Tenn. woman facing felony charges in connection with a bomb threat against Williamsburg Plastics was supposed to have her preliminary hearing in Whitley County District Court Wednesday, however, that hearing was continued to Monday, March 11, according to court records.

Two Laurel men arrested for making meth, lab dismantled

A complaint of a meth lab led to its discovery, and the arrest of two Laurel County men late Tuesday night.

New body armor ordered for Laurel Sheriff’s Department

Traffic stop in Corbin leads to marijuana arrest

A Knox County woman was arrested Monday after Corbin police found marijuana on her during a traffic stop.

Man wanted in Whitley drug roundup in jail

A Whitley County man wanted in a roundup of drug dealers in Whitley County last month was arrested Wednesday at the Whitley County Judicial Center.

Laurel stays in part of four districts, if Senate passes bill

Of the three counties in our region, Laurel County would still be divvied up into four state House districts, if a statewide redistricting bill gets approval in Frankfort.

Lowe pleads not guilty in leaving four-year-old boy at restaurant



White pleads guilty in Rockcastle case

 

 

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