According to Johnson City Police, on 04/29/2019 at approximately 12:35 am officers of the Johnson […]
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The crash, which happened around 10:15 p.m. near Springview Baptist Church, killed Tammy James Hancock, 52, her daughter, Christy Manuel, 30, along with Manuel’s three children: Cody Manuel, 12, Christopher Manuel, 8, and Gavin Manuel, 18 months
“It is fortunate that no one was injured in this incident. I am disappointed at the total disrespect of safety for the citizens of Tipton County, his son and other law enforcement officers displayed by Deputy Williamson. It is truly a sad day in light of this investigation and the allegations against Deputy Williamson. I requested the Tennessee Highway Patrol to investigate this matter and I will support the prosecution of any criminal activity to the fullest that is determined during their investigation. This type of conduct is never tolerated and is certainly not the standard of quality employees at the Sheriff’s Office. As always anytime we suspect misconduct or criminal violations by one of our employees, we will request it be investigated. I feel this is the only way to maintain the standards the citizens of Tipton County deserve and I demand at the Tipton County Sheriff’s Office.”
On Saturday, July 5th 2014, Officers of the Johnson City Police Department arrested 48 year-old Albert Charles Reitz, on charges of Burglary, Motor Vehicle Theft, Driving under the Influence, Possession of Burglary Tools and Driving without a License.
Police tell News 5, that the arrest happened after a witness called 911. The witness said Reitz pulled into the parking lot of a CVS Pharmacy located at 840 W Market Street, and gave him the bus keys saying that he just took the bus from Fairview Avenue.
A Georgia man is facing multiple charges, including vehicular homicide and DUI, after a wrong-way crash killed one woman and sent two others to the hospital overnight in Loudon County.
A preliminary report from the Tennessee Highway Patrol shows Jacob Jonathan Nagy, from Dalton, Ga., was driving the wrong way in the southbound lanes of I-75 when he crashed head on into three vehicles around 3 a.m. at mile marker 83.