Court records state Logan Oxendine chased after Alicia Carver through the streets of Johnson City, with both driving at a high rate of speed. The chase eventually led to the VA Mountain Home, where Carver crashed.
A Rogersville man with a history of violence related to mental health issues was charged with domestic assault and false imprisonment Sunday after he allegedly held his mother against her will for more than nine hours.
“My conclusion is, and I cannot stress this enough, that if she returns to any member of this family she will die. I think she has suffered enough at the hands of these individuals and nothing deserves this kind of treatment.” — Janie Coke
Shane Hall allegedly jumped on the hood of the victim’s 2008 Ford F-150 pickup, causing a dent — and then started hitting the front windshield and screaming obscenities.
Investigators are still seeking a Kingsport man who was reported missing nearly three months ago, saying there is legitimate cause to be concerned for his health and welfare.
Hawkins County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Hunter Newton stated in his report, “Lorne said he set the field fire because he knew someone would show up and then possibly give him a ride.”
Hawkins County commissioners found themselves in the position Monday of being asked to either paying $1,500 per month to help keep some defendants out of jail, or face paying 10 times that amount to keep those same inmates in jail.
Individuals booked into the Sullivan County jail July 8 - 10. All suspects are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
FALL BRANCH — Two men were killed in a Sunday afternoon crash on Interstate 81 after one of the motorists crossed the median and entered oncoming lanes of travel.
A Church Hill woman was charged with two counts of animal cruelty Wednesday after police allegedly found a dead dog in her bathtub and a monkey suffering from dehydration in a cage.
A resident of East Sullivan Street found unknown and unwanted company in her home Thursday evening — and napping soundly in her bed.
A Blountville man who fatally shot a Lynn Garden resident to rob him of marijuana and money — and once incarcerated, briefly escaped from jail — has now pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and other charges.
A Kingsport patrol officer on East Stone Drive spotted the driver of a pickup "hold his cell phone up about his head and begin to take pictures while the vehicle was in motion."
Two Fall Branch residents were arrested after one fired a shot from their house, leading a deputy to find methamphetamine near an 8-month-old child inside, according to court documents.
A Hawkins County man already on probation for meth charges and his girlfriend were charged with meth trafficking after the man was found passed out in a vehicle in the Rogersville McDonald's restaurant.