Saturday, October 05, 2013

J.C. Man chraged in infant's death
In August, emergency crews were called to a Knob Creek Road apartment after a baby was found unresponsive. The child was later pronounced dead at Johnson City Medical Center. After a lengthy investigation, 27-year old Jonathan Cravens has been charged with Felony Child Abuse and Neglect. Cravens was the live-in boyfriend of the 16-month old child’s mother. He was supposed to care for the child, but investigators found the baby had been left alone in the apartment when he died. More charges are pending as the investigation continues. Police say they are still waiting for final autopsy results. Cravens will be arraigned on October 14th.

Wednesday, July 01, 2015

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