|Published: 8:39 AM, 11/05/2012
||Last updated: 8:40 AM, 11/05/2012
Author: Michael Thomason
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
MADISONVILLE-A man charged in the
first Madisonville homicide since late 1990s had his case bound over to a Monroe County Grand Jury
Leon McKenley Bell, 24, saw a charge of second-degree
murder against him sent to the grand jury after Judge Reed Dixon listened to testimony in a
preliminary hearing in Monroe County General Sessions Court Tuesday.
Madisonville Police Detective Daniel Dockery said it was just before 11:30 a.m. Sept. 14 when
police were told of a stabbing at a home on 3rd Street. Dockery said a man named James Terrance
Davis had been stabbed multiple times and was taken to UT Medical Center where he was pronounced
A witness told Dockery that Davis, 30, McGhee Street,
Madisonville, was walking on 3rd Street when he started to cut across a lawn and was confronted by
Leon Bell. The witness said the two began to yell at each other, then began to physically
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