ELIZABETHTON — The Carter County Sheriff’s Department has taken a regional approach in its last two roundups of people wanted on outstanding arrest warrants.
Officers found a man walking from the scene of a residential burglary while wearing a karate uniform just stolen from a basement Tuesday, Johnson City police said in a news release.
NASHVILLE — A $13 million proposal to install cameras on school buses in order to catch drivers who properly fail to stop when students are being dropped off is advancing in Tennessee.
MEMPHIS — A Tennessee man is accused of stabbing a woman on Easter and then holding her kids hostage for drug money.
ERWIN — A weekend death has prompted the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation to join the Unicoi County Sheriff’s Office in an investigation.
A Johnson City business’ human resources employee instructed its security officer to not call police after an employee reported seeing a co-worker abducted in the parking lot, which delayed the investigation for nearly four hours, according to a police report released Friday.
BRISTOL — Neither driver was seriously injured late Thursday night when a Bristol Police Department cruiser collided with another vehicle downtown.
ELIZABETHTON — A husband and wife are facing charges of violation of a drug free school zone following a traffic stop by deputies of the Carter County Sheriff’s Department on Wednesday.
MOUNTAIN CITY — One man was in critical condition at a local hospital and the other man was being held in the Johnson County Jail on a charge of attempted second-degree murder following a shooting at Pine Mountain Road on Wednesday.
A local school board member was set to appear in court Thursday afternoon after his second arrest in a matter of weeks.
MOUNTAIN CITY — Johnson County authorities Thursday announced an attempted second-degree murder charge from a Wednesday shooting on Pine Mountain Road.
The following is a roundup of felony arrests reported recently by Johnson City police.
A Johnson City man involved in an Interstate 26 police standoff after two armed robberies in July faced new charges Wednesday upon his release from the Sullivan County jail.
Federal authorities say they have charged 60 people, including 31 doctors, for their roles in illegal prescribing and distributing of opioids and other dangerous drugs.
Federal authorities said Wednesday they have charged 60 people, including 31 doctors, for their roles in illegally prescribing and distributing millions of pills containing opioids and other dangerous drugs.