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Firefighters charged with burning 2 Tennessee barns

ROGERSVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) – Two firefighters were charged with setting two barns on fire and causing around $100,000 in damage.

Michael Johnson, 21, Robert Johnson, 24, and David Moseley, 26, were charged with arson and vandalism. 135 more words


Police: AMBER Alert teen faces juvenile charges

HAWKINS COUNTY, TN (WJHL) – A Hawkins County teen in the spotlight of a nationwide AMBER Alert is now facing charges.

About two weeks ago, the alert was issued for Hayleigh Wilson, 14, of Surgoinsville. 177 more words


Fugitive Charged with Sex Offender Registry Violations

JOHNSON CITY – A joint investigation involving the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, the U.S. Marshals Service and the Surgoinsville Police Department has resulted in the arrest of a Morristown man who has been a fugitive for more than two weeks on outstanding warrants for violating the sex offender registry. 206 more words


U.S. Marshal Service offers reward for missing teen, sex offender

SURGOINSVILLE (WJHL) – The U.S. Marshal Service is offering a reward for the safe return of missing Surgoinsville teen Hayleigh Wilson and the capture of Benjamin Shook, the sex offender police say she’s with. 338 more words


TN - AMBER Alert issued, search for missing Hayleigh Wilson | News - Home

SURGOINSVILLE, Tenn. – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has issued an AMBER Alert for a girl missing from Hawkins County. The 14-year-old was seen at a North Carolina Walmart with a 41-year-old ex-con who is wanted for failing to register as a sex offender. 38 more words


AMBER alert issued for east Tenn. girl last seen with sex offender

SURGOINSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – An AMBER Alert has been activated for a missing Hawkins County girl.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation reported 14-year-old Hayleigh Wilson left her Surgoinsville home on Monday night. 98 more words


Memo to My GPS

Memo to my GPS:

I know you are aware that I hate it when you tell me you are “Recalculating.”

But when I’m traveling down the windy “Trail of the Lonesome Pine” into remote Hancock County and I turn left rather than right at Kyles Ford, I would really appreciate it if you could actually say something rather than just change the pink navigation path to match my new – much longer – route. 199 more words