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Johnson City Police Department
31 Avenue C
The JCPD Mountain Bike Patrol Division was established in 1994. The unit's primary mission is to reduce crime by being highly visible; in addition, they assist car patrol units in the highly congested downtown business district, as well as the numerous pa...
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"We bring them out here and ...
"We bring them out here and put them through several different events," JCPD Training Officer Jason Abernathy said.
The CAT is for drivers 16 to around 21, but Thursday's participants were all under age 18.
"We start out with the basics like vehicle maintenance and we go over the importance of not texting or talking on the phone when they're driving," Abernathy
"When we get out here driving, we're staring out real slow and start with the basics.
We do the shuffle steering.
That way it's easier to control the car," Abernathy
"What this is designed to do is get these young people prepared for what they might encounter out here on the road," Abernathy
Investigator Jason Abernathy ...
Investigator Jason Abernathy of the Johnson City Police Department noted on the warrant that "this count was an initial count (taken) at the scene."
They had claimed that small talk ...
They had claimed that small talk over a baloney sandwich between Delgado and Investigator Jason Abernathy led to police obtaining an illegal statement from Delgado.
responded, "Well the," but Delgado interrupted him by saying, "I didn't intend to kill that guy.I'll tell you that right now."
The detectives remind Delgado that he
had asked for an attorney and they could not legally question him any further.In the transcript of the interview, Delgado made the statement a second time that he
didn't mean to kill the guy.
9-1-1 Dispatchers Being Recognized - WJHL
Johnson City officer Jason Abernathy says information from the dispatcher can mean the difference between life and death.He learns information like "how many people are going to be there, what kind of weapons or anything like that.And it's important.You don't want to go into something like that blind," says Abernathy.
Band of JC cops: Reduced Speed Ahead builds following
Reduced Speed Ahead lead singer Aaron Ensor performs while guitarist Jason Abernathy plays in the background.
..."We just decided to get together and hook up and jam a few times and see where it went," said Jason Abernathy, a Johnson City Police Department investigator and a guitarist.
"It was just playing around at first."
"Word got out that we were police officers and people just ran the other way," Abernathy
For the band, whose members never had any kind of formal music training, recording in a studio was an adventure."Aaron (Ensor) wrote the bulk of the songs," Abernathy