- Whitley County Sheriff Investigation
‘60 Minutes’ to feature former Times-Tribune editor, reporter
A “60 Minutes” interview with a former Times-Tribune managing editor and a former reporter who helped uncover corruption in former Whitley County sheriff Lawrence Hodge’s office is set to air Sunday.
Meradith sentenced for Hodge drug ring
April 14, 2012.pdf
James Meradith was sentenced by U.S. District Judge Gregory F. Van Tatenhove Friday morning to two years and nine months. On Dec. 29, 2011, he pleaded guilty on one count of an indictment.
Fritts gets seven years, three months in prison
Charles F. Fritts Jr. was sentenced to seven years and three months in federal prison by U.S. District Judge Gregory F. Van Tatenhove Wednesday afternoon.
Bank closes county account containing money from former sheriff Hodge
One of three banks being sued by Whitley County Fiscal Court has closed county accounts that contained money from former sheriff Lawrence Hodge’s office.
Whitley files suit against banks
A lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Whitley County Fiscal Court that aims to acquire more than $114,000 in accounts set up while former Whitley County sheriff Lawrence Hodge was in office, according to Whitley County Attorney Don Moses.
Doyle Fritts guilty on 4 counts
The jury in the case of brothers Doyle and Jerry Fritts returned its verdict at about 10:45 a.m. Tuesday morning. Jerry Lee Fritts was acquitted of two counts related to the distribution of oxycodone.
Jury begins deliberations Monday
A federal court jury left the U.S. Courthouse at about 7:15 p.m. Monday in London after discussing the case of Doyle Stanford Fritts (aka Stan-Boy) and Jerry Lee Fritts.
Bunch, West testify in Fritts trial
Feb. 24, 2012.pdf
In U.S. District Court in London, Jerry Bunch took the witness stand Thursday morning in the trial of Doyle and Jerry Fritts.
Second day in Fritts federal trial
Feb. 23, 2012.pdf
Tuesday was the second day of the federal court trial of Doyle (aka “Stan-Boy”) Fritts and his brother, Jerry Fritts.
Fritts trial underway in London
Feb. 22, 2012.pdf
The trial of Doyle Stanford Fritts (aka Stan-Boy) and Jerry Lee Fritts began in U.S. District Court in London Monday afternoon.
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