Friday, May 02, 2014

Jonesborough Authorities Find Meth Making Materials
A traffic stop leads to a search warrant and the arrest of a Jonesborough man, suspected of manufacturing methamphetamine at his home. Sheriff Ed Graybeal says 34-year-old Michael J. Ratliff had at his home on Springfield Lane all the precursors for making meth. The search came after Ratliff was arrested for driving on a suspended license. Graybeal says Ratliff had in his pocket two bags of meth. Among the charges against him are felony possession of drugs for resale with more charges expected, as well as more arrests.

Monday, April 27, 2015

  • Bristol Chamber Hosting Meet the Candidates Night on Thursday
  • Former NASCAR Truck Series Driver Out of Johnson City Has Sentencing Delayed in Ponzi Scheme Until October
  • Anniversary of Deadly Tornadoes Reminder of Need for Emergency Preparedness
  • Trial in Murder of 78-year-old in Carter County Delayed
  • New Cars Destroyed in Hauler Fire on I-81
  • Cop Delivers Baby; Mom and Baby Doing Well
  • Rabid Raccoon Found in Russell County, VA
  • Sullivan County Leaders Host Public Budget Meeting
  • Unicoi BOE Interviews Finalists for Director of Schools Position
  • Man Faked Robbery Because He Wanted to Go to Jail
  • Tennessee Lawmaker: Many Feel Allowing Guns in Parks Shouldn't Be Left to City/County to Decide
  • Bond Revoked on Sullivan County Woman Charged with Poisoning and Shooting Husband
  • With Criminal Investigation Ongoing, BVU Cutting General Legal Counsel to Part Time Work



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