ROAN MOUNTAIN — Carter County Sheriff’s Office deputies were investigating a double shooting that occurred Monday morning on Dock Fields Road and left the shooter dead.
A Washington County Sheriff’s Office deputy and a Johnson City Police Department officer received top honors in the graduating class at Walters State Community College’s Basic Law Enforcement Academy.
ROAN MOUNTAIN — Deputies with the Carter County Sheriff’s Office are investigating a body that was found in the Carvers Gap area of the Appalachian Trail on Monday, a release from the department said Monday night.
ELIZABETHTON — Carter County deputies began working a case Sunday evening that began with residents of a home reporting a man robbed them of a car at gunpoint.
A Carter County man who shot a sheriff's deputy in the face after officers responded to a domestic call was sentenced to 51 years in prison Friday.
The defendant, Kelly Pitts, took the stand Wednesday to tell jurors what he remembered about the incident.
Carter County Sheriff’s Deputy Jenna Markland told a jury Tuesday that it felt like a grenade went off when she was shot in the face three years ago after responding to a call about an intoxicated man waving gun.
A Carter County man had his first day in court on Monday morning after he was charged with three counts of aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor.
HAMPTON — One man was killed in an afternoon shooting in the south parking lot of the McDonald’s restaurant in Hampton on Friday. The Carter County Sheriff’s Department said the suspected shooter was taken into custody.
ELIZABETHTON — A fourth person has been charged with attempted with attempted murder after a video surfaced of them beating a man with a baseball bat and stabbing him, according to information released Monday by the Carter County Sheriff’s Office.
The body of a white male was found Sunday in the Watauga River near Sycamore Shoals Drive in Elizabethton, according to the Carter County Sheriff’s Office.
ELIZABETHTON — A large drug roundup that began Tuesday is winding down and a press conference was held in the conference room of the Carter County Sheriff’s Department to discuss its success.
Should law enforcement be responsible for transporting the mentally ill to treatment facilities, even if that person did not commit a crime?
ELIZABETHTON — A Carter County man was arrested Saturday afternoon on First Avenue in Hampton on arrests warrants filed earlier this month on animal cruelty charges.
A Mountain City man has filed a civil lawsuit against Carter County over a December 2016 traffic stop that culminated in a county constable allegedly pointing a gun at the plaintiff’s head.