A man who escaped form the Hawkins County jail with three fellow inmates only to be captured the same afternoon hiding near a Rogersville residence was named Monday in a 10 count Hawkins County Grand Jury indictment.
BLOUNTVILLE — Police have arrested a 14-year-old boy and 16-year-old girl for this week's robbery of a truck from a Bloomingdale home, where the victim was dragged by the vehicle while trying to stop them.
A uniquely colored English bulldog reportedly valued at $3,500, Gordo was found wandering loose in the same Kingsport neighborhood where he was stolen
After taking off his shirt and throwing a knife to the ground, according to an officer’s report, the suspect advised he was going to "fight me like a man."
A Kingsport resident has pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in the early 2017, robbery-fueled shooting of an 18-year-old.
A weekend burglary at a Kingsport residence has police seeking the whereabouts of a uniquely colored English bulldog, reportedly valued at $3,500.
BLOUNTVILLE — A pair of erratic drivers caught the eye of police last week, igniting a pursuit and recovery of stolen cars from Kingsport and Gray.
Robert Neil Bruce claimed the rooster was on his property, but HCSO Cpl. Bobby Moffitt said Bruce's account of the shooting was contradicted by witness statements, as well as a lack of blood on his property.
Witnesses reportedly told Detective Reba Matthews that the two had been arguing that day over Barnabas Helton's alleged drug activity, quitting his job that day, and the presence of one of his friends who she considered unwelcome.
An argument with a family member's boyfriend has led to the arrest of both a Kingsport man and his son, according to police records, after the victim suffered severe lacerations to the head from being hit with a hammer.
A Gray woman allegedly attempted to strike a police officer with her car while fleeing the Rogersville Walmart parking lot with a suspected shoplifter.
At 5 a.m., reports of gunfire led police to the area of Dale Street. When a patrol officer attempted to speak with a pedestrian, the man ignored commands and cut down an alley, then ran through yards and jumped a fence.
Individuals booked into the Hawkins County jail Nov. 5 - Nov. 18. All suspects are innocent unless proven guilty in a court of law.
The Hawkins County Sheriff's Office is asking for help in identifying the owner of a black Ford Explorer that is suspected to be the getaway car from a burglary that took place in the Beech Creek community earlier this month.
"Ms. Potter also made the voluntary verbal statement that she had obtained the meth earlier this date for the purpose of selling it 'tonight' so that she could pay a particular bill." — CHPD Officer Chad Gillenwater