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Judge under criminal investigation for witness tampering in wife's BVU corruption case

ABINGDON, VA (WJHL) – Federal prosecutors conceded during a hearing Tuesday that Stacey Pomrenke’s husband Judge Kurt Pomrenke is under criminal investigation.

New Channel 11 has learned he is under investigation for possible contempt of court, witness tampering, and obstruction of justice, according to court records. 491 more words

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BVU executive fired after being found guilty in public corruption trial

BRISTOL, VA (WJHL) – Less than 24 hours after being found guilty in a public corruption investigation at Bristol Virginia Utilities, officials at BVU confirmed Saturday that Chief Financial Officer Stacey Pomrenke has been fired. 54 more words

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BVU CFO Stacey Pomrenke found guilty on 14 out of 15 counts

ABINGDON, VA (WJHL) – A federal jury found Bristol Virginia Utilities Chief Financial Officer Stacey Pomrenke guilty of 14 out of 15 counts Friday evening. 473 more words

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FBI agent reads emails allegedly from Pomrenke to employees asking for favors during work hours

ABINGDON, VA (WJHL) – News Channel 11 is in a federal courtroom tracking the very latest in a corruption case involving current Bristol Virginia Utilities Chief Financial Officer Stacey Pomrenke. 233 more words

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Prosecutors ask judge to revoke Stacey Pomrenke's bond; Use 'Thank You' card, email to make case

ABINGDON, VA (WJHL) – Federal prosecutors have formally filed a motion asking the judge hearing the Stacey Pomrenke case to revoke her bond. As we reported… 656 more words

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Prosecution alleges BVU CFO Stacey Pomrenke contacted witnesses prior to trial

(WJHL) – News Channel 11 is tracking the latest developments in a corruption case involving Bristol Virginia Utiltiies’ current Chief Financial Officer Stacey Pomrenke.

Allie Hinds reported opening statements in the trial wrapped up this morning.  360 more words

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BVU Corruption Case: Federal judge sentences former mayor Paul Hurley to six months in prison

ABINGDON, VA (WJHL) –  A federal judge sentenced former Bristol Virginia Utilities board chair and former Bristol, Virginia mayor Paul Hurley to six months in prison Thursday morning.   746 more words

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