A woman in Knoxville is facing her second DUI charge after her vehicle reportedly struck a home off the Horton Highway. The 32-year-old Tennessee woman was arrested just after 10 a.m. the morning of July 19 and charged with drunk driving. She also faces charges for driving with a revoked license, as well as violation of the implied consent law.
Traffic stops are quite prevalent in this part of Tennessee, and it is not at all unusual for law enforcement officers to write tickets for multiple alleged crimes and offenses in any given traffic stop. Consequently, it serves your best interests to know your rights and respectfully assert them any time an officer pulls you over.
Tennessee law enforcement officials frequently receive tips about suspected drug activity throughout the state. Officers in Newport recently followed up on information received about alleged drug activity. This led to the arrest of three individuals on a variety of drug charges.
Police in Tennessee from various law enforcement agencies frequently join forces to work together. Officers often obtain search warrants when alleged drug activity is suspected at a residence. Recently, a search conducted at a home in Sweetwater led to the arrest of two men after drugs were reportedly discovered. The men now face various drug charges following the arrests.
Many Tennessee residents have had parties at their homes at one time or another. During those times, there were likely cars coming and going while the party was underway. Recently, such activity at one home caught the eye of local police officers. An investigation of the activity led to several arrests for drug charges in Wilson County.