A Knoxville Police Department officer holds a needle seized during the arrest of a Chattanooga man on May 1 at a convenience story on N. Broadway. John Wilson, 46, drew the attention of people who saw him asleep in a car with a needle in his arm. He was charged with heroin possession.
A Knoxville Police Department officer holds a needle seized during the arrest of a Chattanooga man on May 1 at a convenience story on N. Broadway. John Wilson, 46, drew the attention of people who saw him asleep in a car with a needle in his arm. He was charged with heroin possession.
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published Monday, May 19th, 2014
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