|Published: 7:51 PM, 03/01/2013
Source: The Newport Plain Talk
GREENEVILLE—Jeffery Lee Stock, 44, of Newport, Tenn., was
sentenced on February 27, 2013, to serve 46 months in prison by the Honorable
J. Ronnie Greer, U.S. District Judge. Stock previously pleaded guilty to
a federal grand jury indictment charging him with interstate travel and failure
to register as a convicted sex offender.
In January 2013, Stock pleaded guilty in state court in
Cocke County, Tenn., to second-degree murder, arson, and theft relating to the
disappearance of Megan Maxwell. Under the terms of the plea agreement
Stock negotiated with the district attorney general, to serve a term of 18 years
in state prison at 100%, with credit for time served since he was arrested on
the federal sex offender registration charge and credit for any time he will
serve on the federal violation.
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Newport Plain Talk.
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