The Greeneville Sun
Current Weather
Clear Clear
51 ° Severe Weather Alert!
Click Icon for Extended Forecast
Get Breaking News Alerts
FREE Service of
Brad & Ginia Johnston
423-823-0414 | 423-823-0716
Get special offers
Hats In The Ring
Candidates Showcase

Patty Tilson
Greene Co. Clerk

Nathan Holt
Greene Co. Trustee

Brett Purgason
Greene Co. Mayor

Robin Quillen
3rd Dist. County Commissioner

David Crum
Greene Co. Mayor

Ted Hensley
5th Dist. State Representative

David Weems
Road Superintendent

Jan Kiker
Greene Co. Clerk

Christina Blevins
Register of Deeds

Tom Hopson
Greene Co. Trustee

Kevin Swatsell
Road Superintendent

Danny Greene

Cecil Mills
District Attorney General

1928 Ford Model A Door

2002 Ford F150 King

1997 Harley Davidson Ultra

1997 Honda Valkyrie

1970 Nova 1 Owner 56k

2004 Jeep Wrangler (sahara

1996 Ford F-super Duty

Get featured here and increase your advertising results by upgrading your classified ad to a TopAd.

Call: 423-638-4185

Get featured here and increase your advertising results by upgrading your classified ad to a TopAd.

Call: 423-638-4185

Public Notices

April 23, 2014

choose text size bigger text smaller text

Two Wolf Hybrid Dogs Found Shot Dead In Pen

Originally published: 2013-02-12 10:48:34
Last modified: 2013-02-12 10:51:54

Two wolf hybrid dogs found shot dead Monday in a pen in the 200 block of Robin Hood Trail may be the victims of a dispute between neighbors, sheriff's Deputy Brandon Baskette said in a report.

The owner told deputies that he breeds wolf hybrid dogs for sledding.

On Sunday, he moved two of the dogs to an "outer" pen connected to a main pen on his property, the report said.

About 8:30 a.m. Monday, the owner found the dogs dead in the pen.

"He states the dogs had been shot in the head," the report said.

The owner told deputies he has "had problems" with neighbors who believe the dogs recently killed their chickens.

The owner said he must appear March 4 in General Sessions Court to answer a charge connected to the death of the chickens.

One of the neighbors told him "he would pay one way or another" for the chickens, the report said.

The two dogs are valued at $6,000.

The matter was referred to the District Attorney General's office, the report said.

For more information and stories, see The Greeneville Sun.

More Local News

Newspapers In Education Benchmarks
Newspapers In Education
Newspapers In Education

Find more businesses on

Attorneys · Automotive · Health Care · Restaurants Retail · Services · Home & Garden · Recreation

Sponsored in part by:


Terms of Use - Privacy Policy
Copyright © 2014, GREENEVILLE PUBLISHING COMPANY, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
This content may not be reused without the express written permission of Greeneville Publishing Company, Inc.