HCSO Sgt. Bobby Moffitt had recognized the driver as Dana Alvis Trent Jr., and Trent was arrested by Deputy Stacy Vaughan later that same morning.
A Hawkins County woman reportedly texted her son a photo Friday of his father pointing a gun at her head, setting off a HCSO manhunt Friday afternoon in the Clinch Valley community.
Two infants were located in the backseat of a stolen Volvo late Saturday after police received a tip that a man wanted on multiple Hawkins County arrest warrants would be driving that vehicle near Stapleton Lane in Rogersville.
Upon being arrested inside the Lowe’s store Brooke Begley allegedly admitted to swallowing a large amount of heroin and pills during the high-speed pursuit, and then showed signs that she was overdosing.
The grandmother reported that Crystal McMillian had been drinking and tried to leave in her vehicle. When the children tried to stop McMillian, she allegedly started hitting them with a bull whip.
The Hawkins County Sheriff's Office is investigating an armed robbery that took place during a power outage at a convenience store on Carters Valley Road near Mount Carmel.
Kevin Altizer reportedly stated that he agreed to give Preston Franklin a ride to Weigel's to sell meth to an unknown male. For being the driver Altizer said he’d get $20 and a “teen”, which is slang for 1.5 grams of meth.
Vincent Brandon Ryan Weston was granted a furlough in Sessions Court to be released from the Hawkins County Jail on July 11 at 8 a.m. under the condition that he return to jail at 6 p.m., but he never came back.
A Hawkins County woman is facing multiple charges, including stalking, as a result of a series of incidents over the past month involving the alleged pursuit of her ex-boyfriend.
In separate cases one man paid $14,000 to purchase a 1964 Mustang; and another man paid $29,000 to purchase a 1967 Mustang, and in both cases it was an online scam.
When HCSO Cpl. Mark Harrell arrived at the scene of the second attempted theft he reportedly observed a red Chevy pickup stuck in a ditch with a four-wheeler attached by a chain, and skidmarks where it had been dragged abut 25 feet.
“The officers came in quietly because there was no gun fire to run towards, and they had a big job to find out exactly what was going on.” — Gary Murrell
The person who broke into the Hawkins County Humane Society overnight Sunday went in for something specific and apparently knew how to get away undetected.
A man calling himself “Charles Foster” reportedly told the victim that the U.S. Marshals were coming to arrest him, but the victm could avoid arrest if he sent Foster gift cards totaling $3,000.
Eric Robert Stine allegedly burgled a deceased man's home three times after discovering the body during a burglary three weeks ago. He faces multiple counts of burglary and theft, and one count of failure to report a dead body.