East Tennessee Resident Receives 16 years for Carjacking and Violation of Hobbs Act

A Loudon County Tennessee resident charged with violating the Hobbs Act and Carjacking recently received a 16-year sentence due to crimes committed early last year, according to a press release from the U.S. Attorney’s Office. At trial, the government introduced evidence that Joshua Hayworth, 25, of Loudon, TN, used an air soft pistol on January

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