W.Va. Sheriff's Alleged Killer Denied Bail
June 18, 2013
Photo via Facebook/Eugene Crum.
A judge has denied bail for the suspect who allegedly shot and killed Mingo County (W.Va.) Sheriff Eugene Crum
while he ate lunch in his patrol car.
Tennis Maynard, who pleaded not guilty in May, appeared in a Cabell County courtroom Monday, reports the Williamson Daily News.
On April 3, Maynard allegedly shot Sheriff Crum in broad daylight in a public parking lot, made threatening gestures to a witness and proceeded to flee. Mingo County Sheriff's Deputy Norman Mines located Maynard later in Delbarton. Maynard pointed a pistol at the deputy who shot him and took him into custody.
Maynard is scheduled to go to trial on Oct. 21.
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J.Brown @ 6/18/2013 7:45 PM
Seems to be a wise decision on the judges part. Personal opinion on my part.
uslawman1983 @ 6/19/2013 2:19 AM
May justice be swift and righteous upon this maggot.
Bob Pierce @ 6/19/2013 5:08 AM
This SOB has a depraved character and deserves to sit in the crowbar hotel until eternity. I am sorry for sugar coating the situation.......
Trigger @ 6/19/2013 6:37 AM
He will probably be diagnosed with some new disorder and never go to trail as he was the victim of society and the Sheriff was just a figment of his imagination when he lost his thought process and pulled the trigger.
Bob@Az. @ 6/19/2013 10:48 PM
I wonder what bottomfeeding slimeball is pleading his case? Sounds just like the pos in Colo. with his well thought out insanity plea. Hope this lowlife gets a steel enema, interduced by a "temporarly insane" fellow inmate, of course. Blues, Stay Safe.
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