COLEMAN TO SERVE MORE THAN 4 YEARS FOR CUTTING OFF HOUSE ARREST ANKLE BRACELET

COLEMAN TO SERVE MORE THAN 4 YEARS FOR CUTTING OFF HOUSE ARREST ANKLE BRACELET  On April 29, 2013, Garnie Coleman appeared before the Hon. Henry Vanover in the Buchanan County Circuit Court to answer charges for violation of probation and contempt of court that resulted from allegations that he had cut off the home electronic monitoring bracelet that he was…

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HARMAN AREA BURGLARY RESULTS IN 7 YEAR SENTENCE

HARMAN AREA BURGLARY RESULTS IN 7 YEAR SENTENCE On April 17, Brian Eugene Gordon, 30, of Greenbrier was sentenced to more than four years in prison following a sentencing hearing in the Buchanan County Circuit Court pertaining to his convictions for forgery and the 2011 burglary of the Clevinger home in the Deel Fork section of Buchanan County.  This sentence…

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“So Now You’re 18″ Tour Stops At Grundy Senior High

On April 17, Gerald Arrington delivered the “So Now You’re 18″ program to the Grundy Senior High School senior class.  School Board Members Heath Harrison and Scotty Owens were on hand to listen to the program and visit with the senior class. For more information about the “So Now You’re 18″ program, see this story    

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Commonwealth Takes Tough Stance Against Rogue CI; Results In 3 Year Prison Sentence

Commonwealth Takes Tough Stance Against Rogue CI; Results In 3 Year Prison Sentence   On April 15, 2013, the Buchanan County Commonwealth’s Attorney’s Office went after a former C.I. (confidential informant) who had gone rogue with both barrels blazing. Melissa Ranae Osborne’s case had originally been set for a jury trial, but at the last minute, she decided to allow…

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Arrington Unveils “So Now You’re 18” Program To 2 Area High Schools

Last week Buchanan County Commonwealth’s Attorney Gerald Arrington unveiled his “So Now You’re 18” program at two area high schools. He began his tour of the four county high schools on Monday with a stop at Hurley High School followed by a visit to Twin Valley High on Thursday. Arrington began the program by telling seniors that “this may not…

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