Even with 17 years as Chief of Police at East Tennessee State University, Jack Cotrel isn’t the longest serving chief in the department, but he might be the longest serving officer on the books.
There will be a big change in the way citizens in Elizabethton will be able to celebrate the Fourth of July this year, and Police Chief Jason Shaw sent out a press release on Friday to remind everyone of the change.
Police jailed a city woman Thursday after she swung a knife during an argument, according to a news release from the department.
Over the course of two days this week, Johnson City police arrested two men at the same local motel on drug charges.
On April 25, police began investigating complaints from Bentley Parc Condominiums on Pickens Bridge Road, where residents reported that their vehicles had been burglarized.
A woman told Johnson City police a man beat and choked her into unconsciousness Wednesday amid a domestic argument, resulting in his arrest.
A man wanted on a kidnapping charge in North Carolina was arrested Wednesday in Johnson City as he was released from a local hospital.
ORLANDO, Fla. — A Florida woman who escaped her apartment after her ex-husband started beating her told a 911 dispatcher she didn’t want to leave her four children alone with him too long “because he might do something.”
On Dec. 5, Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office deputies conducted a welfare check at a Harrington Hollow Road residence, where they found an adult woman’s body in the house.
“If there were stricter requirements, then something could have been done to help this dog much earlier” — Animal Control Officer Lee Lawson.
When East Tennessee State University’s incoming police chief walked into the lobby at Burgin Dossett Hall Wednesday afternoon, her blue and gold attire made a statement — she’s already an ETSU Buccaneer.
The scammers are using names of actual Washington County Sheriff’s Office employees.
A city woman who gave a false identity during a medical call is behind bars on drug and identity theft charges, police said in a news release.
A woman who cut her husband with a knife found herself in jail on domestic assault charges Wednesday, police said in a news release.
Booking photos and accompanying information are public records and made available by the Washington County Detention Center. They represent arrests only, not a determination of guilt. All are presumed innocent until the charges have been proven in a