Johnson City Police Department reports multiple arrests

Published 11:19 am Thursday, November 30, 2023

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The Johnson City Police Department has made several arrests in various incidents, leading to the detention of the following individuals:
November 6: Johnson City Police arrested Jackie L. Dickens of Jonesborough, charging him with disorderly conduct, public intoxication, and false reporting after responding to a shooting report at Home Goods, finding Dickens claiming to be shot, though no injuries were present.
November 16: Nicholas Campbell, Johnson City, was charged with attempted murder, vandalism, and firearm possession stemming from a July 31 shooting. Bianka Campbell was charged as an accessory.
October 30: Adam Bryan, Johnson City, faced charges of false reporting and false imprisonment after making untrue assault claims and attempting to prevent maintenance workers from leaving his residence.
November 19: Tedmund Smith was arrested for burglary and shoplifting-theft after concealing and attempting to steal items from a shop despite a lifetime ban from Walmart.
November 20: Jonathan R. Miller was apprehended for felony theft of a stolen scooter, spotted pushing it on University Parkway.
November 20: Paul Allen McBrayer from Montevallo, Alabama, was arrested for stealing a motorized golf cart from Arroyo Dr.
November 22: David Renfro was arrested for possession of a weapon by a felon, drug possession, and making threats, following an FBI threat call. A search of Renfro’s residence uncovered a loaded handgun, methamphetamine, and drug paraphernalia.
Note: All arrestees are presumed innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

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