Thursday, August 29, 2013

Washington County Jail Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Washington County, Tennessee Sheriff Ed Graybeal says that the Detention Center has finally completed a project that installed several carbon monoxide detectors. The decision to place the detectors came after a June incident where two cell blocks were exposed to carbon monoxide from a gas-powered water heater that was not fully functional. Dozens of inmates fell ill after that exposure. The cost of the project was around 10-thousand dollars. (CC)

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

  • Kingsport Police Looking for Suspect in Debit Card Number Theft
  • Sullivan County Police Looking For Stolen Truck
  • Hawkins County Man Told Police He Would Kill His Girlfriend Unless They Took Him To Jail
  • Tennessee Highway Patrol Increasing Presence During 4th Of July Weekend
  • Elizabethton School Leaders Looking for Over $367,000 to Build New Band Room at Citizens Bank Stadium
  • Abingdon Murder Suspect Makes First Appearance in Court in Arkansas
  • Two Counts of Theft for Kingsport Woman Who Bought One Vehicle With Bad Check, Drove Off in the Other
  • Bowerbank, EMATS Plead Not Guilty to Social Security Disability Fraud
  • Stolen Church Van Found Abandoned in Bristol
  • State Bar Revokes License of Lawyer Who Admits Stealing from Firm
  • Bristol, TN Abortion Clinic Remains Open After Federal Judge Grants Injunction



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