Monday, May 21, 2012

Six Solved Burglaries By New Interdiction Unit
The Washington County sheriff’s department has a new interdiction unit and it is already paying off. Two stolen cars have been recovered and two runaway juveniles have been taken into custody. The two were driving a stolen 1996 Oldsmobile when they were seen committing a traffic violation. The unit attempted to stop a 2006 dodge stratus that was reported stolen from Johnson City but the driver fled. The vehicle was later abandoned on A.J. Willis road in Jonesborough. Investigators then discovered electronics, tools, camping and fishing gear inside that was later returned to the victims. Sheriff Ed Graybeal says they have outstanding felony warrants for Andy Jones and information can be called in at 423.788.1414. (bg)

Monday, December 22, 2014

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  • Grand Jury: No Crimes Committed at Bluff City City Hall
  • Greeneville Mother Pleads in Baby's Death, Set to Testify Against Father
  • Two Big Donations Clinches New Playground for Anderson Elementary
  • Two Men Accused by Kingsport Police of Stealing Five Vehicles Off of Bloomingdale Lot
  • USDA Grant to Help More SWVirginia Schools Get Fresh From the Farm Produce
  • Virginia's "Mature" Drivers Will be Impacted by New Law
  • Johnson City Flood Prevention Steps to Save Some Homeowners Money
  • Virginia Ranked 4th Roughest State on Speeders
  • Greeneville Man Arrested in Connection With Two Infant Deaths
  • Charges Dropped Against Convicted Doctor and Wife
  • Sobriety Checkpoint Nets Two Arrests in Kingsport



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