Three Robertson County Men Facing Murder Charges
ROBERTSON COUNTY TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) -An investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and several other law enforcement agencies has resulted in the arrest of two men from Greenbrier and one from White House in connection to a South Carthage murder in April.
At the request of 15th District Attorney General Tommy Thompson, on April 23rd, TBI Agents joined investigators with the South Carthage Police Department, Smith County Sheriff’s Department, and the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office in investigating the murder of 43-year-old Jason Taylor Neusse. Neusse’s body was discovered in an old warehouse on Hunter Avenue, where he had been living. During the course of the investigation, Agents developed information that identified Kenneth McDonald, 46, of White House Tennessee and Jeffery Kolb, 47, of Greenbrier Tennessee as individuals responsible for the death of Mr. Neusse. James Burns, 44, (also of Greenbrier) was charged as an accessory after the fact.
On May 31st, the Smith County Grand Jury returned indictments charging McDonald and Kolb, each with one count of First Degree Murder Premeditated, and James Michael Burns, was charged with one count of Accessory After the Fact to First Degree Murder. On Monday, McDonald and Burns were arrested and booked into the Smith County Jail. Kolb was taken into custody Tuesday morning. McDonald and Kolb are currently being held without bond until their initial court appearance. Bond for Burns was set at $40,000.
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