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A Rockwood man faces a host of charges after fleeing from Crossville Police on Friday. According to reports, 42 year old David Scott Kirkland was driving a red Ford F-150 when a city officer saw him drive into a ditch line while traveling south on Highway 127 North. The officer attempted to stop the vehicle which turned onto Whitehead drive, which is a dead end road. Kirkland reported ran from the truck and fled into the woods. A K-9 unit was dispatched and Kirkland was discovered behind a residence on Old Jamestown Highway. Police report that Kirkland admitted taking prescription medication and had trouble staying awake during questioning. He reportedly fled because he did not have a valid drivers license. Kirkland was transported to the hospital. Further investigation revealed that he had outstanding warrants for Theft and Failure To Appear. Kirkland was later arrested and charged with DUI and Evading Arrest.
With the four-year anniversary today of the day Holly Bobo disappeared from her home in Darden, her friends and family gathered at the church where she grew up to remember her life. News Channel 5 reports that So many people attended the memorial Sunday at the Corinth Baptist Church in Darden that some had to sit in overflow rooms, watching on a TV monitor. As part of the memorial, friends played a song Holly recorded and sang just days before her abduction. Zach Adams and Jason Autry have been charged with aggravated kidnapping and murder in Bobo's death. Adams' brother, Dylan, has also been charged with rape in the case. (Photo Courtesy Wikipedia)
2015 Miss Relay Pageant Support the 2015 Cumberland County
Relay for Life. April 18th 2015 At Church B53, Woodmere Mall
Crossville, TN. Entry fee is $35. Ages 2-21 years. Entry forms available at Mortgage Investors Group West Ave. or at the door. contact Whitney Sidwell for more details. 931-200-3799.
Stone Memorial High School will be hosting a Financial Aid night for Juniors and their parents on Tuesday, April 28th at 5:30 in the SMHS auditorium. Sam Mullins from the Tennessee Student Assistance Cooperation will be discussing the Tennessee Promise, Hope Scholarship, and other scholarship/financial opportunities available to rising seniors.
Crossville Crime Stoppers warns area residents that scammers are targeting telephones as a source of information and revenue. Reports are being made in reference to the receipt of bogus debt collection / settlement phone calls from (626) 532-1278. The callers, one calling himself Brandon Allen, from "Corporate Office", claim to be calling from Cumberland County, but the number returns to a landline in El Monte, CA. The calls are designed to sound official and even have the callers claiming to be working with reputable banking institutions or with un-named law firms. They claim that an overdue account, that is thousands of dollars, can be settled for just $400 within the next two hours. They are even calling claiming to be attempting to serve papers and looking for more contact information. A check with the bank or the courts will quickly prove the information given to be false. The callers are reported as being "very rude and aggressive" and they are "swearing and shouting". They are requesting your banking information and debit card numbers to pay the requested amount. Don't fall for it! The Crossville Police Department says these calls are fake and you should hang up and block the number immediately! (Photo Courtesy Crossville Crimestoppers)