Two more people charged from Friday Greene County shooting

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WJHL has learned via Greene County Sheriff’s Office that two subjects have charged, being involved with today’s shooting. 

Joshua Brogdon and Bethany Fox have both been charged due to their involvement with the shooting that took place in Greene County. 

In a report issued from the office, Officer Shawn Hinkle stopped a vehicle that was involved in a shooting on Kiser Boulvard near Snapps Ferry Road. The driver, Brogdon, had a warrant out of Greene County for child support and contempt of court from Unicoi County. 

Brogdon was charged for the warrants, and additionally charged with accessory after the fact and possession of drug paraphernalia

A search incident to arrest discovered a crack pipe and $2,835 in cash on him. 

Officers learned that Brogdon was driving Lauren Satterfield’s vehicle. Satterfield was arrested early today for shooting an individual. 

When asked where the suspect was, he claimed she dropped her car off and left with a friend to someplace in Mosheim.

Officers went to apartment 7 where the suspect in the shooting was found.

Bethany Fox was also charged with accessory after the fact for reportedly harboring Satterfield. 


Greeneville Police have captured the suspect wanted for a shooting on 301 Pine Street, according to Assistant Chief Michael Crum.

20-year-old Lauren Satterfield, pictured above, was wanted for attempted second-degree murder.

Investigators tell us one person was injured in the shooting and was transported to the hospital.

We will continue to update you as we learn more information.

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