ELIZABETHTON — Two officers involved in a fatal shooting on Academy Street have been placed on administrative leave until the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation completes its investigation.
ELIZABETHTON — Why do children end up in the juvenile justice system? That’s the question former FBI agent Christopher Freeze posed to citizens, and a police officer, during a lecture in Elizabethton Tuesday afternoon.
A Johnson City teenager was charged after a hit-and-run crash Saturday that involved an Elizabethton police officer, according to a Tennessee Highway Patrol spokesman.
ELIZABETHTON — Police have scheduled a 3:30 p.m. news conference today to discuss the weekend fatal shooting in Elizabethton.
Carter County and Elizabethton emergency units discovered and recovered the body of Peter Iles, 75, from his home on Saturday. A tree fell on the master bedroom of the house where Iles had been in bed.
A Carter County grand jury returned a true bill charging each with aggravated child abuse and aggravated child neglect.
ELIZABETHTON — A large drug roundup that began Tuesday is winding down and a press conference was held in the conference room of the Carter County Sheriff’s Department to discuss its success.
A woman whose 3-year-old son drowned in Buffalo Creek at Meadowbrook Trailer Park in May has been indicted by a Carter County grand jury on a murder charge.
ELIZABETHTON — Elizbethton Police Chief Jason Shaw has promoted Sgt. Shane Darling to captain and assigned him as commander of the department's Criminal Investigation Division.
ELIZABETHTON — Police responding to a call about shoplifting at Walmart led to charges being placed on three people, including drug and weapons violations on one person.
The scenic beauty of the Tweetsie Trail was interrupted this week by a racist eyesore. But this isn’t the first time something like this has happened. The recent vandalism happened near the jurisdictional line between Johnson City and Elizabethton at Tweetsie Trail’s Milligan Depot.
"When you work with someone 24 hours at a time, they become like family. We will miss Dustin and we will be praying for his family” — Fire Chief Barry Carrier.
An Elizabethton man accused of first-degree murder in the death of his 3-year-old stepson will wait one more day in jail before he knows whether he will be allowed out on bond.
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A man wanted in the death of a 3-year-old Elizabethton boy was captured Wednesday in Ohio, the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation announced early Thursday morning.