Thursday, May 16, 2013

Suspicious Package
Downtown Johnson City was closed down for a while on Wednesday morning. A report of a suspicious package near a vacant building between West Walnut and Ashe Street sent out Johnson City’s bomb squad unit. The squad shut down an area for two blocks away from the package. It all happened at around 7am. After an investigation the package was found to be trash that had been thrown there and there was no danger for anyone. The roadways were reopened around two hours after the package was reported. This is the second time in the past few months that the bomb squad has been called out to see about suspicious packages. (CC)

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  • Elizabethton Cousins Sentenced on Firearm Charges
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