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Friday, July 03, 2015

JCPD News Release - Taylor arrest

JCPD NEWS RELEASE

SUBJECT:

Aggravated Assault

DATE:

07-04-15

TIME:

12:05 a.m.

PREPARED BY:

Officer Joseph Hartman

APPROVED BY:

Lt. Billy Church

 

 

On July 03, 2015, at approximately 8:35 p.m., officers of the Johnson City Police Department responded to 406 Montgomery St., Apt 6, in reference to an assault.  Upon arrival officers made contact with a 52 year old female bleeding from her head.  The female and a witness reported that Frederick “Moses” Taylor, 70 years old, 406 Montgomery St, Apt 1, had been at her apartment when an argument ensued.  Mr. Taylor reportedly used a cane to strike the female in the head causing a laceration.  Officers located Mr. Taylor at his apartment and charged him with aggravated assault.  The victim was transported to the Johnson City Medical Center Emergency Room where she was treated and released. 

Mr. Taylor is currently being held in the Washington County Detention Center under a $10,000 bond.  An arraignment has been scheduled for Mr. Taylor in Washington County General Sessions Court on July 06, 2015, at 1:30 p.m. 


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FW: Juveniles press release

 

 

From: Guzman, Julio
Sent: Thursday, July 02, 2015 11:05 PM
To: Perry, Mitch; Guzman, Julio
Subject: Juveniles press release

 

 

JCPD NEWS RELEASE

SUBJECT:

Felony Arrest

DATE:

07/2/15

TIME:

2300

PREPARED BY:

J Guzman

APPROVED BY:

 Lt. M. Perry

 

 

      

On 7/2/2015, officers of the Johnson City Police Department arrested four juvenile males. The arrest is due to an investigation which determined that the juveniles entered the fenced in property of 1906 E Main St, Boneyard Salvage Yard. The juveniles then burglarized a vehicle on the property.  The juveniles are charged with Auto Burglary and evading arrest. All Juveniles were summoned to appear in Johnson City Juvenile Court.

 

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Thursday, July 02, 2015

Press Release (Robbery Investigation)

 

SUBJECT:

Armed Robbery

DATE:

07/02/15

TIME:

2:39 PM

PREPARED BY:

Inv. Bob Odom

APPROVED BY:

Sgt. Kevin Peters

 

 

 

On 07/01/15, Officers of the Johnson City Police Department responded to Walgreen’s, 1430 S. Roan St. on a report of an armed robbery. Information provided by witnesses’ state that a black male armed with a handgun wearing all black jumped the pharmacy counter at closing time and demanded narcotic medication from the pharmacy staff. Suspect then fled the store on foot. The Johnson City Police Department is asking that anyone with information on the identification of the black male pictured below is asked to contact either the Criminal investigation Division at 423-434-6166 or Crime Stoppers at 423-434-6158. Anyone wishing to remain anonymous can submit a text to 423JCPD and your tip to 847411 (TIP411) or by submitting via the internet at www.citizenobserver.com.

 

 


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Johnson City Police Department: July 4 Weekend 2015 - DUI Saturation Patrols

CITY OF JOHNSON CITY

 

JOHNSON CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

 

NEWS RELEASE

 

 

Prepared By:

MPOII Allan Rutledge

Date:

07/02/15

Time:

1:00pm

 

Subject:

DUI Enforcement Patrols

Approved By:

Chief Mark Sirois

 

The Johnson City Police Department will be placing additional officers on the streets this Fourth of July holiday weekend on the lookout for impaired drivers.  These high visibility patrols will be conducted in partnership with the Tennessee Governor’s Highway Safety Office’s “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign.  The Governor’s Highway Safety Office is providing grant overtime funding for Johnson City officers to conduct these DUI enforcement patrols aimed at removing impaired drivers from the road during this busy holiday weekend.

 

“The Independence Day holiday is a time for celebrating our nation’s heritage,” said Chief Sirois.  “Celebrating responsibly, and making the decision not to drive impaired and put oneself and others at risk, is simply the right thing to do.” 

 

The Johnson City Police Department also reminds everyone that buzzed driving is drunk driving.  Getting behind the wheel after even just one too many drinks can lead to disaster.  According to the Tennessee Governor’s Highway Safety Office, 12 people were killed statewide during last year’s Fourth of July holiday weekend, which is a 37% decrease from the 19 vehicular fatalities recorded in 2013.  Of those 12 traffic fatalities, seven were vehicle occupants.  Four (57%) of the seven vehicle occupants killed were not wearing their seat belts while three others were alcohol-related (43%).  The remaining five traffic fatalities were motorcyclists.  As of July 2, the Tennessee Department of Safety reports that 421 people have died on Tennessee roadways in 2015, compared to 466 fatalities to date in 2014.


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Wednesday, July 01, 2015

Press Release (Greer & Ellis)

JCPD NEWS RELEASE

SUBJECT:

Burglary and Theft over $1,000

DATE:

07/01/15

TIME:

9:40 am

PREPARED BY:

M.S. Keller

APPROVED BY:

Sgt. Kevin Peters

 

 

On 6/25/15, Investigators with the Johnson City Police Department arrested Heather Marie Greer (General Delivery, Johnson City, 27 years old) and Johnathan Lee Ellis (General Delivery, Johnson City, TN, 30 years old) on charges of Burglary and Theft over $1,000.  Heather Greer was additionally charged with Simple Possession.

On 6/25/15, Officers with the Johnson City Police Department received a report of a Burglary that occurred at H&W Motors, 111 Creekside Dr.  The victim reported that someone entered his business during the early morning hours of 6/25 and stole several vehicle titles and the keys to a Jeep Cherokee.  After realizing the vehicle was missing, the vehicle was found Watauga Rd. with the two defendants inside. 

Both Heather Greer and Jonathan Ellis was charged with Burglary, Theft over $1,000 and Simple Possession while being held in the Washington County Detention Center on an $11,000 bond.  Heather Greer is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on 6/26/15 at 10:00 am and Johnathan Ellis is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Court on 6/29/15 at 1:30 pm.

 


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Felony Arrest

JCPD NEWS RELEASE

SUBJECT:

Press Release (Feagins)

DATE:

7/1/2015

TIME:

03:45

PREPARED BY:

MPO C.McKinney #673

APPROVED BY:

Capt. Debbie Botelho

 

 

On 7/1/2015, Officers of the Johnson City Police Department arrested Amy J Feagins, a 35 year old female, of 1805 Happy Hill Rd Kingsport, TN.  The arrest was a result of a traffic stop on Interstate 26.  Officer stopped a vehicle driven by Feagins for a speeding violation.  During the investigation, it was discovered that Feagins had given false identifying information in attempt to avoid arrest.  Ultimately, Feagins was placed under arrest and charged with identity theft, driving on a revoked license, speeding and financial responsibility.  Feagins was transported to the Washington County Detention Center and held on an $11,000 bond.  Feagins has a preliminary court date set for 7/1/2015 at 1:30 in Washington County Sessions Court.

 


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