A Washington County grand jury indicted two Butler women on theft and forgery charges, Sheriff Ed Graybeal announced Friday.
Two recent business burglaries in Gray led Washington County Sheriff’s Office investigators Wednesday to release images of two masked men caught on surveillance video.
Washington County commissioners approved a request from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office Monday night to buy advanced body and dashboard cameras for its deputies. Commissioners voted to amend the county’s capital plan to cover the $548,420 needed for the purchase.
A Telford man charged earlier this week with child abuse and neglect was arrested again Thursday after deputies learned that he was allegedly stealing electricity from a neighbor.
“We’ve got two officer-involved shooting cases in litigation now. They weren’t wearing a body camera, or the one they had wasn’t working” — WCSO Chief Deputy Leighta Laitinen.
Deputies have arrested an Elizabethton man after publicizing surveillance images of him stealing a weed trimmer from a garage in Gray last month, Washington County Sheriff Ed Graybeal said Monday.
Three months after a Christmas Eve burglary in Gray, the Washington County Sheriff’s Office announced Wednesday the second of two arrests.
The Jonesborough man accused last week of soliciting sex from a minor offered to pay the boy three times to have sex with an underage girl and wanted him to capture the acts on camera, according to court records filed by a Washington County Sheriff’s Department investigator.
The man was arrested last week following accusations that he offered to pay a minor for sex over the course of thousands of text messages.
Officials with the Washington County and Unicoi County Sheriff’s Offices are investigating what appears to be a car vandalism spree this weekend.
Deputies were searching for a man wanted for an armed carjacking in Johnson City, Washington County Sheriff Ed Graybeal said Thursday in a news release.
A female officer was tapped Monday to become the second highest officer in Washington County, and she knows she has big shoes to fill.
A Washington County fugitive has been arrested in Brevard County, Florida following a manhunt, according to a news release from the Washington County Sheriff’s Office.
As the man accused in one Tri-Cities homicide case sits in jail on a $1 million bond, another case remains unsolved, two fugitives remain on the loose and a missing woman still hasn’t been found.
Family and friends of a young couple and their unborn child killed in their home earlier this week are trying to understand the senselessness of the shootings.