Saturday, August 23, 2014

Church Hill Officer Nearly Shot by Burglary Suspect Still at Large
Church Hill Police Chief Mark Johnson says an officer battled a burglar with a gun and barely avoided getting shot. It happened to Assistant Chief Roddy Miller who was on patrol on Richmond Street, and said he saw a man trying to break into a bakery in the Church Hill Shopping Center. Miller pursued an arrest, eventually catching the suspect on foot at a creek bank where Miller said the man pointed a pistol at his head. Miller got the gun but in the scuffle, the suspect got away. Church Hill police are offering a $1,000 reward for help to find the man. He may’ve been driving "dually" pickup. (LM)

Saturday, October 10, 2015

  • Investigation Underway After Plane Crashes into Buffalo Mountain in Unicoi County
  • Former Abingdon Assistant Town Manager Sent to Federal Prison for Two Years
  • ETSU Pharmacy School Leadership Change in the Works
  • Court Records: Kingsport Woman Collected Over $61,000 of Her Deceased Mother's Pension
  • Congressman Griffith: Stay of EPA Regs Too Late to Help Southwest Virginia Coal-Fired Plants
  • Kingsport Man Arrested for Drugs, Gun, Resisting in Bristol
  • Former State Senate Candidate From Hawkins County Announces Run For Representative Seat
  • Stars of "Big Stone Gap" Returning to SW Virginia This Weekend as Town Takes a Victory Lap
  • Two Bristol Men Arrested for Meth
  • U.S. Forest Service Deems Dam at Bark Camp Lake Hazardous
  • Federal Prison in Lee County on Soft Lockdown Following Assault of Warden
  • Greene County Jail Trustee Charged in Escape Attempt

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