- Whitley County Sheriff Investigation
Bookkeeper admits helping Hodge
A bookkeeper for former Whitley County Sheriff Lawrence Hodge said Hodge began taking money his first year in office and admitted she altered the books to conceal the missing money.
Former Whitley sheriff’s bookkeeper admits to embezzlement - ONLINE EXCLUSIVE
A former Whitley County sheriff’s bookkeeper admitted in court Thursday that she embezzled money from the office.
Luallen releases audits of former Whitley Sheriff
State Auditor Crit Luallen today released the 2008 tax audit of former Whitley County Sheriff Lawrence Hodge for the period July 26, 2008 through April 15, 2009 and the audit of the 2009 fee account used to operate his office. Both audits are being referred to the FBI for further review. Read more in Friday's edition of the Times-Tribune.
Hodge Pleads Guilty to Federal Charges
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Deputy U.S. Marshals handcuffed and removed what former Whitley County Sheriff Lawrence Hodge had in his pockets before they led him from a federal courtroom in London Thursday. Hodge, 51, had pleaded guilty to three counts in an information issued by the U.S. Attorney’s office.
Hodge enters guilty pleas in federal court - ONLINE EXCLUSIVE
Former Whitley Sheriff Lawrence Hodge was remanded to federal custody Thursday at noon in U.S. District Court in London.
Law office fire under investigation
Investigators are seeking the cause of an early-morning fire Tuesday that caused minor damage to the office of former Williamsburg attorney Ronnie Reynolds, according to Williamsburg Fire Department Chief James Privett.
Times-Tribune wins public service award
The Times-Tribune has again been recognized for reporting on former Whitley County Sheriff Lawrence Hodge and allegations of wrongdoing in his department.
Six indicted for distributing painkillers in Whitley County
Six people arrested for distributing painkillers in Whitley County have been indicted in federal court, according to an indictment filed in London’s U.S. District Court.
Citizen asks ‘Do we need a special prosecutor’?
When will the Whitley County Commonwealth Attorney start requiring random drug tests of Lawrence Hodge and a GPS monitor to determine if he is frequenting drug houses?
Bunch pleads guilty to drugs
A Williamsburg businessman facing federal charges has admitted he illegally sold painkillers.
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