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Tuesday, November 09, 2010

New Five Guys Opens
There was a much-anticipated opening of a new restaurant at Bristol's Exit 7 on Monday. Operations Director Johnny Sams tells us that as people became aware about the restaurant they would drive from Bristol to either Johnson City or Kingsport. Five Guys Burgers has been named as one of the fastest growing restaurant chains in the country.

Monday, November 08, 2010

Move Could Cost J.C. Transportation Funds
JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. (AP) - An eastern Tennessee city is opposing a proposal by the Census Bureau to consolidate parts of two municipalities into a single, large urban area. Officials say that if the proposal is adopted, it could cost Johnson City about $1.2 million in federal public transportation funding.

Maple Street Man Charged As Fugitive From Justice
Johnson City police have charged a Maple Street man with being a Fugitive from Justice. 30 year old Michael Fair was arrested after officers discovered he was wanted out of Washington County, Virginia. Virginia authorities confirmed extradtion proceedings and Mr. Fair was taken to the Washington County, Tennessee Detention Center. He's being held on a 10 thousand dollar bond.

J.C. Man Arrested Aggravated Robbery
A Johnson City man is behind bars after he allegedly broke into a home and robbed the residents at gunpoint. 19 year old Josh Keep a-k-a Josh Babb is charged with 2 counts of Aggravated Burglary. The residents told investigators that they knew the man and that at one point he had lived at the same residence. Keep is being held under a 50 thousand dollar bond at the Washington County Detention Center.

Friday, November 05, 2010

Sign Spinning Amendment Dead
A request to amend Johnson City's ban on sign spinning came up short at Thursday nights meeting. The city Planning Commission had voted 8-0 to send Arrow Advertising's proposal to amend "Human Sign" regulations on to the city commission. Commisioners rejected the proposed amendment by a 3-2 vote.

Former Paramedic Pushing For Seatbelts On Buses
A former Johnson City, Washington County paramedic is pushing for seatbelts on school buses. Doc Jones served 36 years as a paramedic before he retired. He says that in his years of being a paramedic he's worked a lot of school bus crashes. County School Board Chairman Phillip McLain is quoted in a Bristol Herald Courier article as saying that it would be a budget restraint to put seatbelts on school buses.

Thursday, November 04, 2010

JCPD Promotion
Johnson City Police Chief John Lowry has announced a promotion within his department. Lieutenant Brian Rice has been promoted to the rank of Captain, effective October 29th. Rice has been with the department since 1995 and is a graduate of the FBI Academy. He will remain in the operations division as a Watch Commander. Rice replaces Captain J.D. Toth who recently retired.

Wednesday, November 03, 2010

JC Police Charge Elizabethton Brothers
Johnson City police have charged two Elizabethton men with robbery and assault. 20 year old Michael Miller and 18 year old Jeffrey Miller were allegedly ripped off during a drug deal. It's when they went looking for the dealer that the trouble began. They spotted a car in McDonald's parking lot that fit the description of the dealer's girlfriend. They approached the vehicle demanding their money back. The woman in the vehicle and two of her friends that were in another car were able to get away and call police. The Miller's are in jail on 80 thousand dollars bond each.

Tuesday, November 02, 2010

JC Fire Extinguishes Dryer Vent Fire
A quick response by the Johnson City Fire Department minimized damage to an apartment complex. It happened just before six o'clock Monday night on Antioch Road. Two engines and one ladder truck were dispatched to the scene. Two other engines that had just cleared another call responded and were the first units at the fire. A dryer vent hose in the apartment had caught fire. The resident cut power to the dryer at the breaker box. Firemen located lint from the hose in the crawl space that was still burning. Fire damage was limited to under 800 dollars.

TWRA Rescues Boater
Officials with Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency and the Washington County EMS had to rescue a boater on Boone Lake. It happened Monday night around 7:30 near Rockingham Boat Dock. Details about what happend are sketchy. We do know that rescuers used Zodiak Boats to get the man off of an island in the lake. The unidentified man was taken to the Johnson City Medical Center with a head injury.

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