According to a Kingsport Police Department news release, patrol officers responded to the scene at approximately 6:30. Due to the seriousness of the incident, the KPD Traffic Unit was called to conduct an investigation.
The event, called “Serving Matters,” will teach people how to help others effectively, without hindering them in the long run.
KINGSPORT — A suspect considered armed and dangerous who was wanted by the Kingsport Police Department has been apprehended.
During the course of the investigation, special agents placed a camera in Cline's unmarked police vehicle without his knowledge. On Nov. 1, the camera recorded Cline and the prostitute engaging in sexual activity while in a parking lot at the Holston Valley Medical Center.
Police trying to determine location of shooting and circumstances surrounding it after victims seek treatment at hospital.
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.
At the checkpoint, representatives from both departments were on hand to check seats and instruct parents and caregivers on their proper use.
Friday morning update: Motorcyclist popping wheelie killed after hitting
Aug 25, 2017 at 12:52 AM
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.
A second crash happened about a mile away as traffic backed up for the first crash. The latter involved at least two tractor trailers. Southbound traffic was being diverted at Exit 66.
KINGSPORT — City police are asking the public to help identify a man believed to be responsible for stealing more than $12,000 worth of items from four Tri-Cities Walmarts during a 24-hour shoplifting spree.
With a recent action by the Board of Mayor and Aldermen, the 12 red light cameras located at 10 intersections throughout the city are poised to remain in place for at least the next four years.
"We need to take time to recognize what a truly brave and dangerous job it is to be a police officer," Oak Hill's Rev. Phil Hoskins said. ”They serve and protect - no matter the fear inside. They run towards danger - when everyone else is running away.”