The following is a roundup of felony arrests reported recently by local law enforcement.
The following is a roundup of recent felony arrests reported recently by local law enforcement:
The following is a roundup of felony arrests reported recently by police.
Johnson City police arrested a woman Monday who reportedly pulled a gun during an argument over money.
Johnson City police arrested a man Thursday as a suspect in a Christmas Eve stabbing during a domestic dispute.
Man facing theft, drug charges after stolen vehicle found
A Johnson City woman was arrested on Christmas Day after police officers observed a suspicious vehicle on the lot at 2915 W. Market St., according to a release from the Johnson City Police Department.
Motorists driving along Boones Creek Highway have a new speed limit sign to watch for, but this speed sign isn’t like most because it displays a vehicle’s actual speed.
A massive convoy of police vehicles followed by two tour buses filled with children rolled to the front of the Super Walmart store on Browns Mill Road Thursday evening, signaling the start of community’s annual Shop With a Cop.
JCPD’s first crime prevention coordinator moves to new job at Niswonger Children’s Hospital, but the police department plans on filling the position.
A city man with an active warrant tried to hide from police in a closet, and wound up shocked with a stun gun and arrested after he tried to attack officers, according to a news release.
Johnson City police arrested a man on several charges Saturday night after incidents at two North Broadway Street businesses.
A domestic disturbance that reportedly involved one person being threatened with a butcher knife led to the arrest of a Johnson City woman.
A man who suffered a possibly self-inflicted knife wound was charged by Johnson City police with felony reckless endangerment on Sunday.
Last week, Johnson City police charged an unidentified juvenile with aggravated assault and weapon charges after attacking Science Hill High School Principal Todd Barnett with a knife on Nov. 15, officials said.