SAMMY'S STALKER BEHIND BARS

The man accused of stalking Sammy Kershaw, wife Lorrie Morgan and their family has been turned over to the Sumner County (Tenn.) grand jury and is awaiting future trial. The man, Adrian Washington, an employee at Sammy and Lorrie's HotChickens.com restaurant, first made threatening phone calls to Lorrie's daughter Morgan Whitley. He then allegedly directed threats to Sammy and the rest of the family. Police were able to track the number to a private phone, then to Washington. The accused has been held on $10,000 bond since his arrest on Nov. 10, and he is not allowed to have any contact with the family. There is no word on when Washington will actually stand trial.

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