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Thursday, October 07, 2010

Seniors Plan On Picketing Commission Meeting
A group of Senior Citizens plan on picketing the Johnson City commission meeting tonight. They say that their voices are not being heard by city leaders. Four years ago the commission promised to build a new standalone center for them that was centrally located. Those plans have been changed, and the seniors want to try to stop it before it's too late. The commission is expected to finalize plans for an 11 million dollar combined center at tonight's meeting.

Wednesday, October 06, 2010

Fugitive From Justice
Johnson City police have arrested an Elizabethton man on fugitive from justice charges. 43 year old Timothy Malone was found to be wanted in North Carolina on theft charges. He was discovered during an investigation on Eddie Williams Road on Tuesday. Malone is being held on a 10 thousand dollar bond.

U.S. Marshals Arrest Two J.C. Residents For Wire Fraud
U.S. Marshals have arrested two Johnson City residents on wire fraud charges. A grand jury indicted Debra Lynn Gouge and Jawad Lashin on 36 counts of allegedly offering to help illegal alien workers to become legal residents of the United States. Gouge and Lashin are said to have operated a business called DG Enterprises between 2006 and 2008 targeting mostly Spanish speaking illegals and their employers.

Aggravated Burglary Arrest
A 40 year old Johnson City man has been arrested and charged with Aggravated Burglary. Johnson City police charged David Mejia after he allegedly tried to crawl through a bedroom window of his estranged wife's residence. The victim was inside the home at the time and contacted authorities. Mr. Mejia was booked into the Washington County Detention Center and is being held on a 25 thousand dollar bond.

Bond Agents Apprehend Fugitive
A Johnson City man was taken into custody by bond recovery agents on Tuesday and turned over to Johnson City Police. 44 year old Roy Mckinney was found to be in possession of drugs and drug paraphernalia when Johnson City Police officers took him into custody. Mckinney was booked on a 21 thousand dollar bond.

Tuesday, October 05, 2010

Motor Vehicle Theft Arrest
A Johnson City man is in jail this morning after being arrested on Motor Vehicle Theft charges. 30 year old Harold Griffith is alleged to have stolen a vehicle that was left running in a driveway. The victim observed Griffith get into the vehicle and leave. Police located the vehicle a short time later and the victim identified Griffith as the suspect. He was taken to the Detention Center and booked on a 10 thousand dollar bond.

Monday, October 04, 2010

Man Indicted In Seven Year Old Rape Case
A Johnson City man has been indicted by a Sullivan County Grand Jury in an alleged sexual assault in 2003. Larry Richey has been charged with raping a woman in Kingsport. He has entered a not guilty plea to the charge in Sullivan County Criminal Court. It's unclear why it has taken seven years for authorities to charge Richey. He's being held in the Sullivan County Detention Center on a 25 thousand dollar bond.

Air Quality Test Results Should Be In This Week
Results are due back in this week from testing at the Johnson City Career Technical Center. That facility on the Science Hill campus is allegedly making students and teachers sick. At least two dozen people have reported headaches, lethargy and nasal irritation. Air quality tests have indicated high levels of carbon dioxide. City leaders continue to say that the building is safe.

Free Smoke Alarm Batteries
The Johnson City Fire Department will be teaming up with a city business to offer free batteries for smoke alarms. Batteries Plus will be giving away free 9 volt batteries between October 3rd and the 9th. The company and the fire department hope that people will use the batteries to replace those in their smoke alarms.

Friday, October 01, 2010

Free Smoke Alarm Batteries
The Johnson City Fire Department will be teaming up with a city business to offer free batteries for smoke alarms. Batteries Plus will be giving away free 9 volt batteries between October 3rd and the 9th. The company and the fire department hope that people will use the batteries to replace those in their smoke alarms.

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