At least one victim was taken for medical treatment, and police blocked access to the area as events continued in the hotel and convention center.
Five people professed a desire to welcome Christ into their hearts during a Celebration of Life held Saturday in memory of Hinkle, a 30 year veteran of the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office who died in the line of duty last week.
"They got to get out of the classroom for a few hours and experience first hand how learning self defense can benefit not only as a police officer but can benefit their personal safety.” — Jeff Hilton
While we were waiting for police she told me she was getting into her car to go to work at Food City when she caught a whiff of an odor that smelled like rotten food. That's when she noticed this young man in her back seat where he'd apparently been sleeping.
Jason S. Borders, of Scott County, was wanted on multiple charges. An investigation into the suspicious death of Borders’ wife remains ongoing.
BLOUNTVILLE — Phone scammers are attempting to obtain money from local residents by posing as members of law enforcement, the Sullivan County Sheriff’s Office reports.
KINGSPORT – City police are searching for a man who burglarized a medical supply store last week, making away with over $40,000 in medical equipment, according to a news release.
KINGSPORT – City police are seeking help identifying a suspect in a “cloned” debit card case, in which the suspect made a fraudulent purchase at Roadrunner Market, according to a news release.
A group of officers with the Kingsport Police Department put their biking skills to the test this week during a 40-hour bike certification course.
Police found Tiger Woods asleep at the wheel on the side of a Florida road in the dark of morning, the engine running and a blinker flashing. His speech was slow and slurred, though there was no alcohol in his system
Golf great Tiger Woods was arrested on a DUI charge early Monday morning in Florida.
This year, the names of 394 officers killed in the line of duty are being added to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington, DC.
Although there was an arrest, this was a tremendous loss for the family because the business was the only source of income for the family. Luckily the police were able to recover most of the stolen tools, but majority was lost in the fire.
Lisa A. Gregory had allegedly been "borrowing" money from the Rogersville branch of Highlands Union Bank at 4020 Rt. 66 and attempting to repay the funds before the theft was detected.
A 2014 Chevrolet Equinox was traveling east on Route 58 when it abruptly stopped in the middle of the highway when it came upon a DUI checkpoint being conducted by the Coeburn Police Department and Wise County Sheriff’s Office. The Chevrolet made an abrupt U-turn and began driving west in the eastbound travel lane. The westbound Chevrolet then struck head-on an eastbound 2007 Dodge Magnum.