The blotter is derived from recent central dispatch records and incident reports of area police agencies.
Sullivan County Sheriff's Office
A man released from jail following a domestic disturbance reported returning home, finding his wife had stolen "everything" from his Ann Street residence.
A 19-year-old man was arrested at the Painter Creek boat ramp after performing doughnuts in his Chevy Silverado, throwing rocks onto other vehicles. He was charged with vandalism and underage consumption.
Police were asked to check Carrolwood Heights Road due to people parked in a car "partying." The caller added there was a female in the vehicle, "with no top on."
Kingsport Police Department
Police were asked to check on a possibly drunk driver traveling at "low speeds and all over" Stone Drive. An officer located the suspect and learned the call was unfounded, the elderly driver was just lost.
Police were called to a residence on Rock Springs Road after a woman located her boyfriend, "in bed with another woman." The two began to argue, with the man allegedly slapping the woman and walking from the residence. The suspect was located hiding from police in brush along the road, was arrested for domestic assault and evading arrest.
Wise County Sheriff's Office
A Coeburn woman was concerned after pouring Mr. Plumber down a drain. She told dispatchers she had since read that the product "can cause an explosion" and she doesn't know what to do.
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