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Monday, March 11, 2019

Marlin arrest
A man arrested in Cocke County last week on drug charges now has been identified as a suspect in an Ohio murder. As the NewsSource reported last Thursday, Allen Szegedy, 43 of Ohio was arrested on a charge he possessed 6.3 ounces of suspected cocaine. Szegedy was placed in custody and on a check for weapons, Deputy Blake Cupp said $9,640.00 in cash was found in the front pocket of Szegedy. After further inspection of the vehicle, several small baggies consistent with the sale of cocaine were located, along with a money scanner, commonly used to identify counterfeit money. But Cocke County Sheriff Armando Fontes says further investigation by narcotics agents revealed Szegedy had provided a fake identification and was in fact, Kyron Edward Marlin. He was wanted in Cleveland, Ohio for Homicide and in Arlington, Washington DC for a federal parole violation for the Sale and Distribution of Heroin. Jail Administrator Josh Hartsell ordered fingerprints of the suspect, which positively confirmed him to be Marlin. U.S. Marshals will extradite Marlin back to Ohio on the homicide charge. Narcotics Agent Chuck Evans contacted the United States Attorney’s Office in Greeneville and will federally indict Marlin by an upcoming federal grand jury for the Possession with Intent to Distribute Cocaine in the Eastern District of Tennessee. Said Sheriff Fontes, "Thanks to the combined work of these officers a dangerous fugitive was apprehended. I am proud of the work these officers performed.“


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Monday, March 25, 2019

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  • Counterfeit currency, meth and heroin seized
  • Flooding assistance requested
  • DCS reviewing its pass policy
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    Saturday, March 23, 2019

  • Herr Arrest
  • Jefferson County guilty pleas
  • Flooding leaves major damage
  • Governor Lee asks for disaster assistance
  • New request for information related to body

    Friday, March 22, 2019

  • Greene crash
  • Jobless rate sets record
  • Rain means lower electric bills
  • Ingle arrest
  • Bankruptcy may impact opioid lawsuits
  • Animal cruelty
  • National Nutrition Month
  • Douglas Lake body update

    Thursday, March 21, 2019

  • Ellison vindicated
  • Grassy Fork Elementary School is honored
  • Gardner sentenced to 12 years
  • TennCare blockgrants
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    Wednesday, March 20, 2019

  • Cocke schools absenteeism
  • New Cave Church Road collision
  • Animals at large
  • Litter charge
  • Douglas arrest
  • Fish advisory
  • Fish advisory
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