Area policing agencies vow to be on the streets in force over the New Year’s holiday to enforce DUI laws and make sure everyone starts the year safely.
Flint Smith was already declared a habitual motor offender by the state of Tennessee.
ELIZABETHTON — A Carter County man pleaded guilty Wednesday in Sessions Court to DUI and crashing into a house early Wednesday.
MOORESBURG — A Hawkins County woman is facing eight charges including two counts of reckless endangerment and DUI following a minor accident late Saturday night in which two small children were in the car unrestrained.
A Limestone man arrested in a traffic stop tried to smuggle marijuana into the Washington County Detention Center on Sunday, Johnson City police said.
Johnson City police said a Pennsylvania man attempted to kick the window out of a patrol car three times and spat on an officer after being arrested for driving under the influence on Monday.
A Unicoi County man was charged with his fourth driving under the influence offense and driving on a revoked license on Monday.
While Memorial Day added an extra day off to most people’s weekend, the Johnson City Police Department is adding extra patrols from May 27 to May 30.
KNOXVILLE — A Knoxville father is facing felony charges in an alcohol-related crash that critically injured his two daughters Monday night, police said.
MOUNT CARMEL — A Hawkins County man whose 10-year-old son was in the vehicle during an alleged DUI wreck Saturday morning was also charged with reckless endangerment.
A Johnson City man was arrested at 3:30 a.m. Saturday for reportedly having an open container in plain view during a traffic stop and admitting to drinking three beers.
ELIZABETHTON — A member of the Elizabethton City Council was arrested Saturday evening by the Elizabethton Police Department on several drinking and driving-related charges.
NASHVILLE — State Rep. Jon Lundberg’s latest attempt to advance his so-called “Pass The Bottle” legislation failed in a Tennessee House State Government Subcommittee on Wednesday.
KINGSPORT — A Kingsport man who was wanted for a head-on Stone Drive collision that occurred in December — when he was reportedly behind the wheel while "high as a kite" — has now been arrested following a separate alleged incident of driving
Mar 15, 2016 at 3:58 PM
Judge Don Arnold has dismissed a two charges against a Kingsport physician.