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On Tuesday, February 24, 2015, just before noon, Post 9 Pikeville received a 911 call of an armed robbery at the Stanville Subway in Floyd County. Troopers responded to the scene and determined that an unidentified male entered the restaurant demanding money. Comment?
Deborah P. Bradley, 59, of Stanville, driving under the influence, failure to use child restraint, endangering the welfare of a minor, reckless driving. Marcus B. Stumbo, 37, of Harold, driving under the influence, possession of open alcoholic beverage in motor vehicle, possession of drug paraphernalia, prescription not in original container, possession of a legend drug. Comment?
A break-in at a school concession stand could result in up to five years behind bars for a Stanville man arrested last week. According to his arrest warrant, Thompson allegedly broke in to the Betsy Layne High School concession stand during the early-morning hours of Dec. 7. He allegedly took a coffee maker and a microwave with him when he left. Comment?
For the second meeting in a row, the Floyd County Fiscal Court heard complaints on Friday from residents living on Ward Branch in Cow Creek about their road's condition. Jeff Crum says that since his last appearance, when he first brought a petition before the court, no work has been done on the road. Comment?
An employee of the Social Security Administration who blew the whistle against Stanville Social Security attorney Eric C. Conn has now filed a lawsuit against him in Floyd Circuit Court, claiming he invaded her privacy and fabricated evidence against her, in order to discredit her. Sarah Carver, who is employed at the SSA offices in Huntington, W.Va., previously filed, along with former SSA employee Jennifer L. Griffith, a federal False Claims suit against Conn, former Administrative Law Judge David Daugherty and several doctors, claiming that they conspired to inappropriately funnel disability cases through the system. Comment?
The Floyd County Board of Education met in a specially-called meeting on Thursday to put and end to their ongoing litigation with Stanville Properties, LLC, regarding the purchase of land near Betsy Layne High School for the construction of athletic fields. Comment?
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