According to the Knoxville Police Department, a strange man reportedly attempted to touch a boy at the Lindsay Young Downtown YMCA. The incident occurred on Jan. 7 around 3 p.m.
Tennessee drivers that are convicted even of misdemeanor drunk driving charges may find it impossible to buy alcohol for several years afterward if a bill proposed by one state representative is successful. State Representative Bud Hulsey wants the licenses of people convicted of drunk driving to have a red strip put across them.
A 47-year-old man and a 34-year-old woman were taken into custody at a Tennessee airport on Dec. 28 after authorities got information about a planned drug delivery. The man had flown a small aircraft that was on the tarmac at the Crossville airport.
Country singer Michael Ray might need to compose a song about getting in trouble with the law. Police arrested the 29-year-old artist after he allegedly rear-ended another vehicle in the drive-through of a McDonald's restaurant in Florida on Dec. 20.
While some states have taken steps to decriminalize and even legalize marijuana use, Tennessee has not. In fact, if a Chattanooga police officer catches you with marijuana, you could face some very serious charges. In addition, a conviction on your criminal record could have some major consequences in your personal life as well. For example, it could cost you your job or future employment or cause you to lose your financial aid if you are a college student.