The former owners of two Manchester pharmacies, Charles Terry Tehnet and Melissa L. Tenhet, have been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly distributing oxycodone from March 2011 through September 11, 2012.
Mark Hoskins, one of three newly-elected members of the Clay County School Board, was selected to be that body’s new chair Monday night. Roy Glenn Allen, also a new member, was selected vice-chair.
Three more people have been added to the list of defendants the federal government says conspired to distribute oxycodone in Clay County.
Editor’s Note: Readers of the Enterprise periodically inquire about the status of criminal and civil cases that have occurred over the years. Many of the cases have been resolved in the courts, and some have not. This article is the latest in a series that will occasionally appear about such cases.
Officials are investigating the death of Billy R. Hibbard, 49 of Lyttleton Road.
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