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Officials Search For Body Of Drowning Victim At Dale Hollow Reservoir
They stopped at a dock for lunch and then went back out on the water. Officials said the man hit wake, was thrown from the personal water craft, and went under the water.
Planning commission to look at 'L Block'
A condemned property in an area that reportedly produces one of the highest number of calls to the Cookeville Police Department is being considered for an overlay zone that would allow for a The L-shaped apartment complex known as "L Block" on Chestnut Avenue is being considered for a Redevelopment
Sparta man found guilty of sexual battery by an authority figure
Christopher W. Larremendi appeared before Judge David Patterson, on July 12, to enter a plea to two counts of sexual battery by an authority figure, a class C felony.
Construction projects will shut lanes down in Sumner beginning this weekend
Beginning at 8 p.m. Friday, July 20 and going through 5 a.m. Monday, July 23, there will be lane closures on Vietnam Veterans Boulevard, from mile marker 0.00 in Davidson County to mile marker 4.30 in Sumner County for epoxy overlay. One lane in each direction will remain open at all times
Celina Hwy. altercation results in assault charges
By Lyndon Johnson,OCN StaffA Celina Highway altercation that attracted a lot of attention from law enforcement last Monday, July 9, has resulted in aggravated assault charges for a Monroe man.
PARIS TN: Pickup truck with trailer hits guardrail
This Chevrolet Silverado was headed toward Paris on Highway 77 about noon Thursday when the driver apparently lost control, swerved to one side and then apparently over-corrected, hitting the guard rail. The truck had a Kentucky license plate.
Drug suspect with kids offers to give away gun
Officers found Justin Michael Hosmer, 29, of Deery Street, his children, ages 4 and 9 months, three adults and a teenager outside an apartment building where he told officer Nathaniel Everhart he lives. Hosmer said he was doing laundry, Everhart's report said.
Man found dead in own front yard in Russell County, death investigation underway - ABC 36 News
RUSSELL SPRINGS, Ky. (WTVQ) — According to a release from the Russell County Coroner’s Office, a joint investigation with Russell Springs Police is underway after a man was found dead in his front yard.According to the release, the body of 51-year-old David Burton was found in his own yard around 1:
It is not fun watching addicts die
An Addict’s Journeyby Phillip Lee, Albany, KYYou know, I get a lot of flak from folks telling me that I shouldn’t bust people’s chops. Like when I say you shouldn’t go along and just pet the using addict. Or the active addict is going to take advantage of you in everyway that they can find. Or when
County mayor candidates disagree over taxes, ICE program
The last mayoral debate, held in West Knoxville's Jewelry Television campus in April, was fancy, but not substantive. What Friday's lacked in flash, it made up for in content.
FERRIER FILES: Cookeville officer severely burned while saving woman gives back
He knew that he was supposed wait for the firefighters, he knew he should just shout for her to come to a window, he knew he wasn't supposed to go in.
One injured, cited in Tuesday crash
According to the crash report filed by Tennessee Highway Patrol Trooper Toby Beaty, Jason Warren, 48, of Knoxville, was driving the white 2016 Nissan Frontier crew cab pickup truck west on the highway when it exited the roadway to the left while negotiating a curve and struck the rock embankment. Wa
Family matters bring Brown home to Bowling Green
So Brown transferred this offseason from UK to WKU. The team officially announced his addition to the roster Friday, adding that the 6-foot-2, 215-pound defender is eligible to play right away.
July 20 Sparta Green Market features music by Stacy Lawson
Stacy Lawson, Sparta’s hometown singer and songwriter, is the featured performer at the Sparta Green Market, 4-7 p.m., July 20, at Metcalf Pavilion, on Liberty Square.
Woman leads deputies on morning chase
Deputies charged Dana Michelle Bowes, 40, with driving under the influence, reckless driving, evading arrest, two counts of reckless endangerment and driving on a revoked driver’s license after she led deputies on a chase.
New manufacturing facility coming to Sparta, bringing 200 jobs
L-R: Ricky Rivers, delivery driver; Jeff Steinworth, national sales manager; Cameron Rudd, Hörmann LLC president; Denny Wayne Robinson, White County executive; Ethan Herman, project engineer; Greg Wilcox, Nashville distribution manager; and Todd Mullinax, regional sales manager. (Photo by RIMA AUSTI
Police booking reports for 7-16-2018
◆ Eochawn Lamont Cotton, 31, 1480 West Main, Franklin, was arrested and charged with child abuse. He remained held in the Maury County Jail without bond.
Metcalfe County man arrested on drug charges
When they arrived, they asked for consent to search the residence, which was given. The state police troopers found a marijuana grinder, small plastic bags containing a crystal-like substance, straws and glass smoking pipes, said a Kentucky State Police press release.
Kentucky Boy Injured In Bow & Arrow Accident
ELKTON, Ky. - Officials in Todd County, Kentucky confirmed a 10-year-old boy was injured in an accident involving a bow and arrow.
PARIS TN: Traffic stop leads to drug, weapons charges for woman
A Henry County woman was arrested on drug and weapon charges after being pulled over at a traffic stop Thursday night on Volunteer Drive.Farrah Dannette Stewart, 41, of 3703 Highway 79 northeast of Paris was charged with possession of a controlled substance with the intent to manufacture, sell or de