A historical episode will come alive at 4 p.m. Wednesday at Salem Presbyterian Church at Washington College, courtesy of The Overmountain Victory Trail Association.The John Sevier Chapter of the Overmountain Victory Trail Association will participate in a memorial program to honor the memory of Rev.
A man who escaped Sunday morning from the Greene County Workhouse was recaptured this morning.Sheriff Pat Hankins said Timothy Linden Crisp, 38, is back in custody. A K-9 unit helped locate Crisp, jail Administrator Roger Willett said. Crisp escaped about 10:30 a.m. Sunday as correctional officers led a group of inmates outside to the recreation area of the workhouse.Crisp separated himself from the group of inmates and scaled a gutter system, making his way to the workhouse roof.
A man who escaped Sunday from the Greene County Workhouse was recaptured this morning in a wooded area about three miles away from the facility.Timothy Linden Crisp, 38, was spotted standing in Doty Chapel Road about 8:45 a.m. this morning by a citizen who thought he looked suspicious and called authorities.Sheriff’s deputies rushed to the scene. By then, Crisp fled on foot into some nearby woods, Sheriff Pat Hankins said.
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