Friday, December 14, 2012

Robber Loses Loot Trying to Catch a Ride
The robber of the Check Into Cash on the Volunteer Parkway almost got away with the money, but lost it trying to carjack a getaway vehicle. 35-year old Geoffrey Billips ran from the check cashing store and tried to take a car at gunpoint just down the road at Eds Pizza. That attempt failed, so Billips ran again, and dropped the money hed just stolen as he tried to get away. Officers found him walking on Locust Road. Officers found items described by the victims as articles of clothing used in the robbery in a trash can near the location Billips was found by police. The Bluff City man was taken to Sullivan County jail on charges of Attempted Aggravated Kidnapping and Aggravated Robbery.

Tuesday, October 06, 2015

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  • Woman Admits in Federal Court to Taking Naked Photos of Daughter for Sex Offender Boyfriend
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  • Extradition Hearing Set for Jonesborough Triple Murder Suspect
  • 9 Year Prison Sentence Given to Sullivan County Distributor of Illicit Synthetic Stimulant
  • Hawkins Co Man Indicted on Incest, 17 Other Sex-Related Crimes
  • Smyth Authorities Join Search for Missing Camper
  • Erwin Man Sentenced to 2 Years in Federal Prison for Possession on Stolen Gun
  • Special Judge Assigned for Kingsport Vehicular Homicide Trial
  • SW Virginia Man Arrested, Charged with Vandalizing Hawkins County Police Cruiser
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