Two Rogersville Residents Sentenced To Prison For Meth And Gun Charges
Two Rogersville residents have been sentenced to eight years each in prison for their part in a 2016 traffic stop that led to the discovery of 16 grams of methamphetamine, several guns as well as money. 37 year old Shelly Deann Day was driving the vehicle 37 year old Travis Jerome Kimbrough was a passenger in. The vehicle was stopped for a probation violation. Day and Kimbrough were both sentenced for possession of meth with intent to deliver and were also ordered to pay more than eleven thousands dollars in fines. A third defendant, Michael Lee Deal of Bulls Gap was sentenced earlier to ten years in prison.