Police have named Zachary Adams as a suspect in the case of missing Tennessee nursing student Holly Bobo, abducted from her family home one morning in April 2011. No trace of Bobo was ever found, except a pool of blood next her her car in the car port.
Whoever these unknown perpetrators are, police say there is no evidence that they are adolescent girls who simply found an empty house to hang-out in for Thanksgiving. There is also no evidence that the perpetrators were braiding each other’s hair at the time, and talking about boys.
This short documentary film tells the horrific tale of how Knoxville couple Channon and Christopher were abducted, brutally tortured and finally murdered by three men and one woman.
Somboon Wu was working at his family’s Nashville, Tennessee, store, the Interasian Market and Deli, when an unidentified man walked in a handed him an envelope containing $400 and a note.
When Matthew Winkler’s body was discovered at the Winkler home, Mary Winkler, his wife, was accused of shooting him at point-blank range in the back with a shotgun. Though he had allegedly caught her kiting checks, she would argue in court that he had been an abusive husband.
Nashville, Tennessee, man William “Billy” Cantrell, 28, may have though he found the mother lode after he allegedly burgled a neighbor’s home last week, taking a game controller and a box with a bag containing a white powdery substance that turns wasn’t cocaine.
Was his diagnosis of "ghetto booty" playful bedside manner as Dr. Timothy Sweo contends, or demeaning as Terry Ragland, 55, of Jackson, Tenn., contends? The Tennessee Department of health will have to decide, since Ragland has filed a formal complaint regarding the incident.
If Brandy Nicole Watts and Jonathan Harty ever got together, they’d make the most dangerous Brady Bunch-style combined family ever.
Memphis man Marcus Curry is under arrest and being held in lieu of a $40,000 bond after allegedly putting his German Shepherd puppy in the dishwasher and running it.
Thornton died suddenly when he, his unopened parachute and $1 million of cocaine, landed on the driveway of an astonished Tennessee homeowner. Thornton, it seems, and two childhood friends, all children of privilege and wealth, used their positions of power and their soldier-of-fortune skills to become drug kingpins.