Recent felony arrests reported by Johnson City police.
MEMPHIS — Police in Tennessee said a man fleeing authorities stole a patrol car and then crashed it before trying to flee on foot.
A gun scare put Johnson City’s Topper Academy on lockdown Tuesday, and a student was charged with weapons and other violations when police said an air pistol was found.
A woman treated at local hospital Tuesday night told Johnson City police her ex-boyfriend had assaulted her with a knife, resulting in his arrest early Wednesday.
ELIZABETHTON — Two more people were arrested Monday by the Elizabethton Police Department on charges of attempted murder and aggravated kidnapping of a local man.
2 charged with passing counterfeit checks: Two men were arrested Sunday in Johnson City following accusations that they cashed counterfeit checks on separate dates in January.
A man told police he was kidnapped from a Johnson City convenience market, thrown into a car and held for several days in Carter County before escaping, resulting in two arrests early Sunday morning.
The Washington County Sheriff’s Office sought information Friday about an overnight robbery at a Limestone market.
BRISTOL — Police charged a 21-year-old man Thursday with solicitation of a minor to commit rape of a child.
The fire department, police bomb squad and Department of Children's Services all had a hand in a Kingsport couple's arrest, triggered when the man conducted a "demonstration" of his homemade flamethrower.
Recent felony arrests reported by Johnson City police also included an auto burglary charge.
Parking garage damage. A Piney Flats man was charged with felony vandalism Tuesday after damaging the gate at the parking garage in downtown Johnson City earlier in the month, police said. On May 5, police were called to
May 15, 2019 at 10:20 AM
A Kingsport man was charged with robbing someone at gunpoint early Tuesday morning in Johnson City. Police also reported finding drugs during the investigation.
Athina Hopson, 25, Johnson City and Elizabeth Marie Vanmeter, 22, Carter County, were among three victims.
Johnson City police found a rifle with a bump stock Saturday when they pulled over a Jonesborough man with an altered license plate on his vehicle, according to a news release.