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Wednesday, April 07, 2010

Domestic Vandalism Charge
Johnson City police have arrested a man on domestic vandalism charges. 23 year old Tommy Hubbard is alleged to have destroyed a laptop computer owned by his girlfriend after a dispute. Officers arrested Hubbard at his residence. He was booked into the Washington County Detention Center on a 10 thousand dollar bond.

Power Outage Due To Tree Limb Falling
Johnson City Power Board says that a power outage in Boones Creek and Gray was due to a fallen tree branch. A cross-arm on a transmission line near Buckingham Road in Gray was broken. Power was restored by re-routing distribution. About 8 thousand customers were affected.

Thunder In The Mountains
The 3rd Annual Thunder In The Mountains motorcycle rally is set for next month in Johnson City. The event is scheduled for May 6th through the 9th. The rally will feature food vendors, biker games, a swap meet and drag racing. Admission is free.

Tuesday, April 06, 2010

Alexander to Visit Greeneville
US Senator Lamar Alexander will be in our area tomorrow. Alexander plans to visit the Nathanael Greene Museum around 10AM for a tour of the newly renovated Johnson and Civil War galleries.

Authorities Await Autopsy Results
Johnson City police are awaiting the results of an autopsy that will be performed today on a 72-year old woman who was found severely injured at the John Sevier Center on Saturday. Mary Greenwell, who was transported to Johnson City Medical Center suffering from head injuries that may have resulted from an assault, died Monday morning. Investigators say they hope the results of the autopsy will help them determine if her death was an accident or a homicide.

Monday, April 05, 2010

Three Die In Two Car Crash In Greeneville
A two-vehicle accident in Greeneville has claimed the life of three people. 31 year old Brande King of Chuckey was driving a pickup when it crossed the median on East Andrew Johnson and struck a Nissan head on. The driver of the Nissan, 31-year old Joseph "Joey" Peters of Afton was killed. A passenger in the Nissan, 31-year old Roger Hensley of Chuckey was also killed in the crash. Tennessee Highway Patrol is investigating the crash.

J.C. Soldier Dies From Non-Combat Injuries
A Johnson City soldier has died from a non-combat incident at Fort Bragg. An Army spokesperson said that 27 year old Specialist Kansas Jeffrey Counts fell while at Fort Bragg. Injuries from that fall led to his death. Funeral arrangements have not been announced.

TOPS - J.C. Police Investigating Death
Johnson City Police are investigating the death of a woman whose body was found at the John Sevier Center. Captain J.D. Toth tells us that the call came in around 5:45 Saturday afternoon. Police discovered the woman in her apartment with severe injuries. Details on how the woman was injured are not available. The woman's name has not been released. Johnson City investigators are continuing their probe into the incident.

Tuesday Talks With The Mayor
Johnson City Mayor Jane Myron will be listening to city residents on a one on one basis beginning Tuesday. On the first Tuesday each month Mayor Myron will hold the Tuesday Talks with the Mayor at the Johnson City Public Library conference room. She's quoted in a Johnson City Press article as saying "she wanted to offer an opportunity for citizens to bring her their ideas in a casual atmosphere".

Assault Sends Two To Hospital
Johnson City police have charged a city man in an early morning assault that sent two people to the hospital. The attack happened in a wooded area near Girls Inc. One person received abrasions and a broken arm, the other suffered a back injury. 64 year old Jonathan Fillian was located and arrested only minutes after police received the call. The victims told police that they were attacked with a machete and a shovel. Both victims were taken to the Johnson City Medical Center. Fillian is being held in the Washington County Detention Center.

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