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Audi Stolen From I-40 East Rest Area
CCSD/Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 21, 2014

A Ponderosa Drive man reported his dark blue Audi A6 Quatro 3.0 all wheel drive vehicle stolen from the I-40 East Rest Area. The victim told Cumberland County Sheriffs deputies that the grill is out on the vehicle and there is a dent in the hood. The vehicle also has a Blue Browning logo along with a bass sticker on the right side. A Kindle Fire, a Californian Profile Audio Amplifier and clothing were also in the vehicle when it was stolen. Loss of the vehicle and contents was estimated at more than $8,500.


Thieves vandalized farm equipment at Faith Lane residence
CCSD/Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 21, 2014

Thieves vandalized farm equipment at a Faith Lane residence. A Sparta man told the Cumberland County Sheriffs Department that he returned home and found that someone had busted the back window out of his 2001 Ford truck. Also taken were nine batteries and a radiator from a farm tractor. Damage and loss was estimated at more than $3,000. Authorities have named no suspects in the case.


Frost Road Apartment Burglary
CCSD/Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 21, 2014

Thieves gained entry into a Frost Road apartment by breaking the glass on the back door. The victim reports they took a 47 inch Visio Flat Screen TV that had been mounted to the wall. The crooks also took numerous DVDs. Damage and loss was estimated at more than $1,700. Cumberland County authorities are looking for a vehicle that may be involved in the burglary.

Roane County couple arrested after two year child abuse investigation

Roane County couple arrested after two year child abuse investigation
WVLT/ Friday November 21, 2014

A Roane County couple has been indicted after a nearly two year investigation into child abuse. According to local8now, Laurel Harmon, 26, and her boyfriend Robin Mayes, 27,were arrested Thursday morning at their home in Harriman. They are both charged with aggravated child abuse and aggravated child neglect and are in jail, each under a $300,000 bond. The case goes back to January 2012 when Harmon and her son lived in Knox County with Mayes and involves the abuse of Harmons son, who was two years old at the time. He is now in foster care, local 8 now reports. The Family Crisis Unit is continuing the investigation.


Some parents may be looking at legal action from the school system
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday November 20, 2014

Earl Patton, attorney for the Cumberland County Board of Education, in his report to the board last night, says the school system may consider legal action against parents and visitors who have continually violated the policy of checking in when visiting schools. While Patton did not specify a particular incident nor a particular school, he noted that there have been several occasions where parents had been told to follow procedure. All visitors, including parents, are required to sign in at each schools office and are required to wear a visitor badge during their stay.


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