Police on Tuesday announced an arrest in the “white pride” vandalism case from a black-owned business in Gray.
When DC Fitness Owner Derrick Carson returned to work Monday morning after a brief weekend getaway in Pigeon Forge, he noticed racist vandalism on the front sidewalk of his business.
An unidentified vandal spray painted “eat the rich” in slanted, red letters on the front windows of Democratic presidential contender Mike Bloomberg’s campaign office at 1805 W. State of Franklin Road.
Pages were torn from a Bible when a Limestone church was burglarized and extensively vandalized early Monday morning. A Jonesborough man was charged with civil rights intimidation in the case, Sheriff Ed Graybeal announced Tuesday.
A man arrested at the Johnson City Transit Center Monday night after police said he drunkenly vandalized the bus station ticket counter was caught on a witness’ video threatening staff and bystanders.
A social media post led Johnson City police Friday to arrest a 19-year-old woman on a charge that she vandalized property at a student housing complex.
A Jonesborough woman scratched up her ex-boyfriend’s vehicle, damaged his apartment’s door and threw a chair from his porch Saturday, Johnson City police said in a news release.
Dustin James, 23, of Piney Flats, was arrested and charged with criminal simulation and vandalism Sunday August 19.
A Erwin man charged charged with vandalism for allegedly tearing the front door off a Burger King in Elizabethton on Tuesday was arrested again Thursday for allegedly causing a disturbance and damaging a room in the Emergency Eepartment of Unicoi County Memorial Hospital.
Johnson City police made an arrest Sunday after a man drove his truck into the front yard of his ex-girlfriend’s front yard and caused property damage to the home and parked vehicles, according to a news release.
Three cases of vandalism at Johnson City public parks were discovered Monday morning, according to Parks and Recreation Director James Ellis.
A Fall Branch man used a sledgehammer to smash up a Johnson City motel room Monday afternoon before trying to open another room’s door with a crowbar, police said in a news release.
“All of a sudden, it was like boom, and I was covered” — Johnny “Johnny Rocket” Roberts.
Following an extensive act of vandalism in early February, the historically black West Lawn Cemetery will be hosting a fundraiser and benefit to develope a fence around the property.
Two men were in custody Wednesday after city police and county sheriff’s deputies responded to multiple calls about shots being fired at vehicles, people, businesses and homes.