Monday, September 23, 2013

Nashville Man False ID
A Nashville resident made his first appearance in court after being arrested for felony false reporting. The charge stems from the man showing police a fake identification card to police when they approached him at the Greyhound bus station in Johnson City. 28-year-old Jamal Brown could not produce a second identification after the police found the first one to be fake. Police say they approached brown because he fit the description of a suspect they were searching for. Brown had been housed at the county detention center on a 10-thousand dollar bond. (CC)

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