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Bobby Stinson

Sheriff

Cocke County High School

HQ Phone:  (423) 623-7821

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Cocke County High School

305 Hedrick Dr.

Newport, Tennessee,37821

United States

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www.knoxnews.com

Nov. 24: Deputy Roger Stinson, who is the younger brother of newly elected Cocke County Sheriff Bobby Stinson, shoots and kills James Stewart in a tavern.
Cocke County Sheriff Bobby Stinson is led into federal court by an unidentified agent after his arrest for cocaine trafficking. Stinson, who is one of several East Tennessee sheriffs arrested on drug charges in the early 1980s, is eventually convicted and receives a 7-year prison sentence. Stinson is listed as a witness for O'Dell in the suit but doesn't testify because he is incarcerated. Also, FBI tapes show that Stinson had discussed killing Bacon with Paul Allen when Bacon ran against Stinson in the 1982 Republican primary. Also, FBI tapes show that Stinson had discussed killing Bacon with Paul Allen when Bacon ran against Stinson in the 1982 Republican primary. A key player in the undercover investigation is Tommy McClanahan, who had earlier served a three-year sentence as part of the cocaine conspiracy involving Bobby Stinson. George Hicks, convicted felon and onetime accomplice of former Sheriff Bobby Stinson, is described as the 440 pit's operator; Steve Huff is described as a referee; Earnest "Junior" Arwood Jr. allegedly worked the door; and a person identified as Scottie Hicks allegedly used a computer to "keep track of the winners, losers and subsequent payoffs.


www.knoxnews.com

Nov. 24: Deputy Roger Stinson, who is the younger brother of newly elected Cocke County Sheriff Bobby Stinson, shoots and kills James Stewart in a tavern.
Cocke County Sheriff Bobby Stinson is led into federal court by an unidentified agent after his arrest for cocaine trafficking. Stinson, who is one of several East Tennessee sheriffs arrested on drug charges in the early 1980s, is eventually convicted and receives a 7-year prison sentence. Stinson is listed as a witness for O'Dell in the suit but doesn't testify because he is incarcerated. Also, FBI tapes show that Stinson had discussed killing Bacon with Paul Allen when Bacon ran against Stinson in the 1982 Republican primary. Also, FBI tapes show that Stinson had discussed killing Bacon with Paul Allen when Bacon ran against Stinson in the 1982 Republican primary. A key player in the undercover investigation is Tommy McClanahan, who had earlier served a three-year sentence as part of the cocaine conspiracy involving Bobby Stinson. George Hicks, convicted felon and onetime accomplice of former Sheriff Bobby Stinson, is described as the 440 pit's operator; Steve Huff is described as a referee; Earnest "Junior" Arwood Jr. allegedly worked the door; and a person identified as Scottie Hicks allegedly used a computer to "keep track of the winners, losers and subsequent payoffs.


www.knoxnews.com

Nov. 24: Deputy Roger Stinson, who is the younger brother of newly elected Cocke County Sheriff Bobby Stinson, shoots and kills James Stewart in a tavern.
Cocke County Sheriff Bobby Stinson is led into federal court by an unidentified agent after his arrest for cocaine trafficking. Stinson, who is one of several East Tennessee sheriffs arrested on drug charges in the early 1980s, is eventually convicted and receives a 7-year prison sentence. Stinson is listed as a witness for O'Dell in the suit but doesn't testify because he is incarcerated. Also, FBI tapes show that Stinson had discussed killing Bacon with Paul Allen when Bacon ran against Stinson in the 1982 Republican primary. Also, FBI tapes show that Stinson had discussed killing Bacon with Paul Allen when Bacon ran against Stinson in the 1982 Republican primary. A key player in the undercover investigation is Tommy McClanahan, who had earlier served a three-year sentence as part of the cocaine conspiracy involving Bobby Stinson. George Hicks, convicted felon and onetime accomplice of former Sheriff Bobby Stinson, is described as the 440 pit's operator; Steve Huff is described as a referee; Earnest "Junior" Arwood Jr. allegedly worked the door; and a person identified as Scottie Hicks allegedly used a computer to "keep track of the winners, losers and subsequent payoffs.


www.knoxnews.com

Nov. 24: Deputy Roger Stinson, who is the younger brother of newly elected Cocke County Sheriff Bobby Stinson, shoots and kills James Stewart in a tavern.
Cocke County Sheriff Bobby Stinson is led into federal court by an unidentified agent after his arrest for cocaine trafficking. Stinson, who is one of several East Tennessee sheriffs arrested on drug charges in the early 1980s, is eventually convicted and receives a 7-year prison sentence. Stinson is listed as a witness for O'Dell in the suit but doesn't testify because he is incarcerated. Also, FBI tapes show that Stinson had discussed killing Bacon with Paul Allen when Bacon ran against Stinson in the 1982 Republican primary. Also, FBI tapes show that Stinson had discussed killing Bacon with Paul Allen when Bacon ran against Stinson in the 1982 Republican primary. A key player in the undercover investigation is Tommy McClanahan, who had earlier served a three-year sentence as part of the cocaine conspiracy involving Bobby Stinson. George Hicks, convicted felon and onetime accomplice of former Sheriff Bobby Stinson, is described as the 440 pit's operator; Steve Huff is described as a referee; Earnest "Junior" Arwood Jr. allegedly worked the door; and a person identified as Scottie Hicks allegedly used a computer to "keep track of the winners, losers and subsequent payoffs.


www.knoxnews.com

Nov. 24: Deputy Roger Stinson, who is the younger brother of newly elected Cocke County Sheriff Bobby Stinson, shoots and kills James Stewart in a tavern.
Cocke County Sheriff Bobby Stinson is led into federal court by an unidentified agent after his arrest for cocaine trafficking. Stinson, who is one of several East Tennessee sheriffs arrested on drug charges in the early 1980s, is eventually convicted and receives a 7-year prison sentence. Also, FBI tapes show that Stinson had discussed killing Bacon with Paul Allen when Bacon ran against Stinson in the 1982 Republican primary. Also, FBI tapes show that Stinson had discussed killing Bacon with Paul Allen when Bacon ran against Stinson in the 1982 Republican primary. A key player in the undercover investigation is Tommy McClanahan, who had earlier served a three-year sentence as part of the cocaine conspiracy involving Bobby Stinson. George Hicks, convicted felon and onetime accomplice of former Sheriff Bobby Stinson, is described as the 440 pit's operator; Steve Huff is described as a referee; Earnest "Junior" Arwood Jr. allegedly worked the door; and a person identified as Scottie Hicks allegedly used a computer to "keep track of the winners, losers and subsequent payoffs."


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