Top crime stories from the past week
The Kingsport Police Department is seeking help in identifying two white male suspects allegedly involved in two felony thefts.
Nearly $14,000 worth of bath salts has reportedly been seized from a Kingsport motel room, where police say they also located numerous electronic items believed to have been traded for the drugs.
A former police officer accused of shooting up a pharmacy in Bean Station, Tenn. made his captives kneel down before killing them, according to a police report from the Bean Station police department.
A Kingsport pharmacist pleaded guilty in a Kansas federal court Wednesday to substituting a cheaper drug imported from China for the iron sucrose that the Federal Drug Administration has approved for kidney dialysis patients.
A Hawkins County man allegedly admitted to police he tried to remove his neighbor’s eye during a physical altercation that occurred Monday night.
A Wise County attorney is facing more than a year in federal prison after he pleaded guilty Monday to four drug-related felonies.
A Hawkins County woman led police on a foot chase through the Rogersville Walmart Friday after an off-duty Hancock County Deputy recognized her as being wanted there for a probation violation.
Nine stolen Hawkins County cows escaped from a small corral Saturday in Hamblen County, resulting in an investigation which led to two alleged rustlers being charged with one count each of theft over $10,000.
A knife-wielding Kingsport man faces multiple charges after allegedly demanding money from his 75-year-old mother — saying he'd kill himself if she didn't comply — then fleeing with her purse, which led to a police pursuit.
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