Late Wednesday (July 25, 2018), and after a two (2) day trial, a Campbell County jury found Marvin Bullock, of Caryville, guilty of four counts Rape of a Child, nine counts of Incest, five counts of Rape, three counts Sexual Battery by Authority Figure, one count of Solicitation of Sexual Exploitation of a Minor, two counts of Sexual Exploitation of a Minor, one count Aggravated Sexual Battery, and one count of Continuous Sexual Abuse of a Child. 

Campbell County Criminal Court Judge E. Shayne Sexton ordered the 55-year old Bullock into immediate custody of the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office where he will await sentencing – which is scheduled for September 24.

Bullock made statewide news coverage when he was arrested on June 22, 2016.  He was initially charged with more than 50 child sex crimes.

This case was investigated and prosecuted by Lt. Detective John Long of the Campbell County Sheriff’s Office. The Knoxville Police Department, Jacksboro Police Department, Campbell County Children’s Center, and the Department of Children Services were also an integral part of the investigation and trial.

At trial, the state was represented by Assistant District Attorneys Meredith Slemp and Lindsey Cadle. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 07/26/2018-6AM-PHOTO COURTESY OF THE CAMPBELL COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT)