Volume 52, Number 41

twelve pages

Byrdstown, Tennessee 38549 -- Thursday, October 8, 2015

More drug indictments from grand jury

Editor’s note: Grand jury indictments are not a determination of guilt or
innocence, but result when sufficient evidence is presented by the district attorney
to warrant sending cases to the trial court.
Pickett County Grand Jury returned indictments Monday,
August 24th and the following names have been obtained from
court records:
•Billie Bond, 32, address unknown, is charged with sale of
schedule II controlled substance and delivery of a schedule II
controlled substance.
•Brenda Cherry, 41, 79 Old Gamaliel Rd., Red Boiling
Springs; charged with TennCare Fraud.
•Perry Neal, 47, 413 S. Main Street; charged with possession
of a schedule II controlled substance for sale and possession
of a schedule II controlled substance for delivery. This case
was presented before Criminal Judge David Patterson Wednesday,
August 23. Neal plead guilty for these charges along with
others from general sessions and received four years probation
under Tennessee Board of Parole and Probation.


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