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Another Crossville-Cumberland County 2030 Vision meeting has been scheduled for Monday, June 1 at Crab Orchard Elementary beginning at 5:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to join this ongoing conversation on what shall we do today to prepare for tomorrow. To register for the event, call 931-787-1684 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have obtained indictments for a Smithville mother and her boyfriend in connection to the death of the woman’s 23-month-old child. At the request of 13th District Attorney General Bryant Dunaway, and with the assistance of the Smithville Police Department, TBI Special Agents began investigating the death of Colten Alexander May on Sunday, May 17th. Earlier that day, Cody Key, the boyfriend of the child’s mother, reported to law enforcement he found the child unresponsive while babysitting him in the early morning hours in a home on Christine Street. During the course of the investigation, Agents developed information which led to Key as the individual responsible for the child’s death. Tuesday, a specially-called DeKalb County Grand Jury returned indictments for Key and the child’s mother, Jessica May, charging Key, 23, of Smithville, with one count of Felony Murder and one count of Aggravated Child Abuse. The indictments also charged May, 19, of Smithville with one count of Aggravated Child Neglect. TBI Agents arrested both subjects at their Smithville home and booked them into the DeKalb County Jail. At the time of this release, Key was being held on $1,000,000 bond and May was being held on $300,000 bond. (Photo Courtesy TBI).
Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials have closed Mt. Le Conte Backcountry Shelter and trails to the popular Cliff Tops area due to aggressive bear activity until further notice. At this time, trails leading to the summit of Mt. Le Conte remain open, but hikers are strongly encouraged to hike in tight groups of three or more and carry bear spray. Park wildlife staff are currently stationed onsite to monitor the situation. As the Memorial Day holiday nears, Smoky Mountain Park officials urge everyone to be bear aware while driving, picnicking, hiking, or stopping to take photos. While rare, bear attacks can cause serious injury and death.
Crossville police were called to a burglary report on Beverly Hills Circle Tuesday morning. The victim said he was in his living room around 6 a.m. when he heard a noise from his bedroom. Thinking it was the air conditioner, he did not investigate. About 7:30 a.m. the man said he went into his bedroom and discovered the window open. The nightstand was missing, and his dresser drawers had been pulled out and rummaged through. Police located the nightstand several clothing items outside near the window. Investigators also found a Walmart receipt for prescription medication that did not belong to the victim. Nothing else was reported missing and the investigation continues.
Crossville police are investigating the theft of $5,000 worth of jewelry from an apartment on Mitchell Boulevard. Crossville police were notified of the burglary on Tuesday. According to reports, entry was gained through a window. Another resident at the apartment complex reported that someone had attempted to gain entry through a back window at their unit recently. The investigation is ongoing.