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Before Eighth Judicial Criminal Court Judge Shayne Sexton gave Chesney his sentence, Tessa Lunceford, assistant district attorney general, read a statement prepared by Greg and Amy Leach, parents of the victim. You took a part of us we will never get back, Lunceford read.As she spoke the words prepared by the grieving parents, they sat in the courtroom just rows away from Chesney.His attorney, Michael Clement, cried foul at the discrepancy in Crawfords bail and that of his co-defendant, Hale.Hale, the mother of the alleged victim, faces aggravated child abuse and neglect in a child under eight years of age and three counts of neglect of a child under eight years of age. In court, Clement, who presented no proof to validate his reduction request, said the proof would show his client was of low intelligence with his IQ being in the 60s range.Petechiae is a condition that occurs when capillaries rupture leaving blood spots in the eyes.On at least three separate occasions in the course of a week, Hale said she observed injuries on her child.Slemp said the district attorneys office had requested the same bail for the two, but, General Sessions Judge Amanda Sammons set the bails as they currently stood.Following his August arrest, Crawford allegedly admitted to police he had used discipline on the little girl that included hitting her with an open palm, striking her with a horses riding crop and that he also disciplined her with his mouth by using his teeth.
In 2012, Chesney was convicted of promotion to manufacture methamphetamine in Anderson County while in 2016, he was convicted of conspiracy to commit robbery in Claiborne County. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED 11/28/2017-6AM) Crawford, who faces 17 counts of child abuse and neglect in a child under eight years of age and aggravated child abuse in a child under eight years of age, currently has a 0,000 bail.Specifically, if convicted, the pair could face 15- 60 years in prison each.They would not be eligible for early release leaving Crawford and Hale to serve their sentences at 100 percent. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED 11/28/2017-6AM) La Follette City Councilman Joe Bolinger opened a discussion at last nights City Council Workshop about a Vietnam Memorial to honor La Follette High School Alumni.The WLAF B & M Tires Sports Network, with Les Martin and Brent Allen behind the mics, brings you all the coverage beginning on Friday, August 17, 2018, over AM 1450 and FM 100.9 on radio and the telecast on On Monday, wearing a green jail issued outfit and shackled at his hands, feet and waist, Chesney agreed that he was guilty of vehicular homicide.He was given 15 years as a Range II offender and lost his drivers license for eight years.