New Market Police Department

  • Agency: New Market Police Department
  • Address: 1024 Volunteer St, New Market, 37820 TN
  • Chief: Raymond Raper (Chief of Police)
Phone: 865-475-7997

New Market Police Department is located at 1024 Volunteer St, New Market, 37820 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Raymond Raper. The New Market Police Department phone number is 865-475-7997.

New Market Police Department News

Please remember Officer Hamilton’s family.

We would like to welcome our newest officer, Jerry Fugate. Officer Fugate was a veteran with the United States Air Force and a veteran officer for 5 years with the Jefferson County Sheriffs Department. Welcome to the family Jerry!

Here is our new decals!

Here’s a little throwback Thursday from back in the early 2000’s!

We would like to give a special shout out to Keegan! Today is his 5th birthday and he wanted to come to the police department and see the police cars and talk to a police officer. So he, his little sister Jocelyn , and father Chris brought him by today. Our Chief Chuck Devotie gave him a tour and showed him inside of a police car and even let him turn on the siren. So let’s all send Keegan a very big special happy 5th birthday!

The New Market Police Department would like to send it's condolences to Officer Moats and his family. You are in our prayers. Rest in peace brother; your watch is over.

The New Market Police Department will be holding a public auction of DUI and Drug seized vehicles on Saturday November 14, 2015 at 12:00 p.m.. The auction will be held at the New Market Impound Lot located on Volunteer Street behind City Hall. The following vehicles will be sold to the highest bidder (after the reserve price has been met) for cash, credit card or approved check. The vehicles will be sold without titles and may have mechanical or cosmetic defects so the will be sold as is. 1.) 2006 Honda CMX motorcycle 2.) 2003 Ford Taurus 3.) 1996 Cadillac 4.) 1989 Subaru GL 5.) 1993 Ford Crown Victoria 6.) 1989 Toyota pickup truck 7.) 2001 Ford E-350 van Also the following New Market Public Works Items will be auctioned. 1.) 1993 Mack garbage truck (for parts or junk) 2.) John Deere DM 1140 mower (for parts or junk) 3.) John Deere 10 back-hoe implement

The New Market Police Department is saddened to hear the passing of Baneberry Police Chief John Yancey. We ask that you please keep the members of his family, co-workers and friends in your prayers. Thank you John for the friendship and support you offered to the New Market Police Department and it's officers. Rest in peace Chief Yancey.

Last night on May 18th at 10:47 p.m. Officer Devotie seized a 1999 Red Chevrolet S10 Truck. While doing a routine business check he observed the vehicle parked at a closed business. Upon further investigation, Officer Devotie found the driver Rhett Campbell, 19, of White Pine and Robert Tew, 20, of White Pine,to have just purchased marijuana and pulled over to Mize Metals parking lot to begin smoking it. Officer Devotie did charge both subjects with Possession of Marijuana and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. Due to the fact that the listed vehicle was used to purchase and transport drugs in, Officer Devotie then did seize their vehicle and a total of $155 in cash.

Last week we seized 2 more vehicles. On May 15th at 9:12 p.m. Officer Devotie stopped a blue 1989 Blue Chevrolet Truck for suspicion of D.U.I. Upon further investigation, Officer Devotie charged Stephen Britt, 47, of New Market, for Driving Under the Influence 3rd Offense, Driving On Revoked License, 2 counts of Child Endangerment, Open Container, Driving Left To Center, Seat Belt Violation, and 2 counts of Child Restraints. Due to the seizure laws of being currently Revoked in TN for D.U.I. and his 2nd offense D.U.I. or more within 5 years, Officer Devotie seized his vehicle. On May 16th at 7:20 p.m. Officer Metcalf stopped a 2001 White Ford F-350 Van for speeding 65mph in a posted 45mph zone. Upon further investigation, Officer Metcalf charged Darrell Wolfenbarger, 48, of Knoxville, for Driving On Revoked License (H.M.V.O.) Due to his license being Revoked for D.U.I. Officer Metcalf seized his vehicle. Other records on file for last week: All parties are innocent until proven guilty. Christy McKnight, 42, of Knoxville Driving Under the Influence Violation of Implied Consent Law Anya Baranova, 23, of Dandridge Public Intoxication Ridge Drinnon, 24, of Dandridge Driving Under the Influence Violation of Implied Consent Law

We would like to wish all you Mother's out there a Happy Mother's Day! Seems like since this warm weather has kicked in we have been very busy! In just the last few weeks Officer Devotie seized a total of 4 cars from drug arrest. A 2003 Acura, 1993 Crown Vic, 2013 VW Passat, & a 1989 Suburu. Below is a list of our recent arrest records. We would like to thank all of the citizens and business owners in New Market for your support, it is greatly appreciated! Ray D. Penly, 36, New Market -Possession of Schedule II ( Methamphetamine) -Drug Paraphernalia -Suspended License Jack Grubbs, 25, Knoxville -Possession of Schedule I (Bath Salts, Flacca) -Possession of Schedule II (Methamphetamine, Cocaine, & Adderal) -Sale & Delivery -Drug Paraphernalia -Simple Possession of Marijuana -Suspended License Jessica L. Holt, 35, Madisonville -Drug Paraphernalia -Child Endangerment -Possession of Schedule II (Methamphetamine) -Suspended License Keith W. Knowlton, 50, Jefferson City -Possession of Schedule II (Methamphetamine) -Sale and Delivery -Possession of Legend Drug -Possession of Burglary Tools -Drug Paraphernalia -Suspended License Charles S. Armstrong, 24, Morristown -Suspended License Carey E. Carr, 26, Lake City -Driving Under the Influence Brandon T. Hunt, 19, Jefferson City -Felony Evading -Reckless Driving -Reckless Endangerment -Stop, Halt, & Frisk -Speeding 121mph in a 45mph zone Jimmy D. Brooks, 54, New Market -Public Intoxication Stacey A. Canupp, 25, Straw Plains -Suspended License Max C. Mallory, 24, Knoxville -Driving Under the Influence -Violation of Implied Consent Drew B. Mcelyea, 29, Knoxville -Driving Under the Influence Ashleigh E. Ramsey, 25, Morristown -Public Intoxication Samantha D. Johnson, 20, New Market -Domestic Assault Randall Campbell, 32, New Market -Public Intoxication Stephen Manley, 47, New Market -Kidnapping -Domestic Assault Araceli R. Rodriguez, 29, Knoxville -No License

As warm weather approaches please remember to drive safely on all roadways. Beware of hard to see motorcycles and pedestrian traffic and always BUCKLE UP! Click It Or Ticket and 100 Days of Summer Heat are about to kick off for the year so everyone please exercise extreme safety.

Please everyone keep the families of these 2 innocent officers families in your prayers! Right before Christmas they were murdered execution style. This is a sad day for our fellow law enforcement community. God bless these families and co workers! Please take that extra minute and hug those you love and tell them you love them! Our job when we strap on our uniform is to come back home to our families.

Very true statement!!!

This hits home to so many of us! People don't see what we see and go through what we go through or deal with what we deal with. Our goal every day we go to work is to make it back home safely to our families. God bless all public safety and military!

I'd like to take the time to invite everyone out to the New Market Christmas Parade which will be on Sunday December 21, 2014. Parade line up will begin at 1:30p.m. on Old A.J. Highway where the old State Garage used ro be and the parade will begin at 2:30p.m. If you are interested in participating in the parade the police department and Community Club ask that the float, vehicle etc. be able to fit under the railroad underpass which is 9ft tall. So bring your float, tractor, horses or whatever eles you would like to enter and come on out for a afternoon of family fun and celebrate the Christmas season.

Please keep all the families, friends, and all the public safety in Knoxville in your prayers as they have been dealing with the accident involving two school buses with 3 fatalities and over 20 injured. God Bless you all!

During the last two weeks of November we have seized 2 vehicles: A 2003 Ford Taurus and a 1990 Mercedes. 1 Firearm: Bersa Thunder .380 with several rounds of ammunition. $1,073.00 in cash.

Public Arrest Records: Everyone is innocent until proven guilty in the court of law. Kenneth Myers, 39 of Knoxville D.U.I., Violation of Implied Consent Law, Driving on Revoked License 3rd Offense, Tampering with Evidence, Simple Possession of Marijuana, Open Container, Speeding 72/45, Operating Unregistered Vehicle, Altering with Plates, No Insurance. Avery Love, 41 of Morristown D.U.I., Open Container Robert Brown, 39 of Rutledge Driving On Revoked License Teddy Ownby, 54 of Pigeon Forge Sale and Delivery of Controlled Substance Possession of Schedule IV Controlled Substance, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, Felon in Possession of Firearm Travis Bakley, 21 of Morristown D.U.I., Simple Possession of Marijuana Margo Osborne,44 of Knoxville Criminal Impersonation Sandra Stump, 52 of New Market D.U.I., Driving on Suspended License James Shelley, 34 of New Market Public Intoxication Rebecca Williams, 30 of New Market Filing a False Report Nicholas Hartman,19 of Morristown Underage Consumption of Alcohol

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