Woman charged in husband's death

LOUDON - A Loudon woman was charged Thursday with homicide in the shooting death of her husband.

Kristin Myers is being held in the Loudon County Jail pending arraignment, tentatively set for 1 p.m. Monday. Larry Myers, 44, was shot in the back with a 9 mm handgun outside his Huffland Drive home on Wednesday morning.

Assistant Loudon Police Chief Mike Newman said the victim was moving out of the house and already had packed several bags when his wife arrived and an argument ensued.

Kristin Myers drove away after the shooting and was arrested later at a motel, authorities said.

Police are still searching for the gun, which Kristin Myers stated she threw out of the car, Newman said.

Woman accused of killing husband in Loudon

WBIR-A woman is now facing charges in Loudon County for the death of her husband.

Judicial Commissioner Cissy Chapman said Thursday she issued a criminal warrant charging Kristin Mitchell Myers with first degree murder in the killing of Larry Myers.

Myers was found dead outside a home on the 1100 block of Huffland Drive in Loudon early Wednesday morning. 

Loudon Police said investigators took Kristin Myers, who was originally considered a person of interest in the homicide, into custody at the Econolodge in Lenoir City late Wednesday morning.

The home where Larry Myers' body was found is just off Mulberry Street, a busy thoroughfare in Loudon.

Kristin Myers is scheduled to be arraigned Monday at 1:00 p.m. in General Sessions Court at the Loudon County Justice Center.

Loudon woman charged with murder in husband's shooting death

LOUDON (WATE) -- A Loudon woman was charged with first degree murder Thursday in the shooting death of her husband.

Kristin Myers will be arraigned on Dec. 28 in General Sessions Court on charges of murdering Larry Myers, 44, Tuesday.

His body was found by a passerby in the front yard of a home in the 1100 block of Huffland Drive, near Loudon High School.

She was arrested later at the Econo Lodge in Lenoir City.

Her bond has been set at $250,000.