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A Scott County woman is accused stealing more than $40,000 from her employer. Investigators say they 31 year old Misty Lynn Blevins transferred money from her employer’s Paypal account to her own Paypal account without the company’s consent. Blevins turned herself into TBI Agents at the Scott County Jail, where she was later released after posting $25,000 bond.
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A 19 year old woman looking for attention from her boyfriend has gotten the attention of the TBI, instead. Lacee Nicole Smith has been booked into the Putnam County jail for filing a false report of a sexual assault she told her boyfriend happened while she was being held at the jail for a DUI offense last fall. Her boyfriend then reported the claim. Smith admitted that she had made up the story after special agents reviewing the jail’s surveillance videos and determined no such incident occurred.
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Looking for information on one of Tennessee’s 55 state parks? Well, there’s an app for that. The next generation of Tennessee State Parks Pocket Ranger app includes a new user interface, photo galleries for each park, an iPad format and a new Amazon Kindle Fire app platform. The app also includes an Explore feature, allowing users to search by location, activities, category and site name. In addition to Tennessee’s state parks, the free mobile app includes interactive information on Tennessee’s historic sites, state park golf courses and campgrounds. The free mobile app can be found by visiting www.tnstateparks.com
A screening at Crossville’s Palace Theater of the new documentary about Sergeant Alvin C. York, “The Showman and the Hero,” is now sold out, but if you don’t have tickets, you still have an opportunity to ”own a piece of the evening.“ The movie tells the story of the 20-year quest to make a movie about the greatest hero of World War I, Sergeant Alvin C. York. City of Crossville Marketing Director Billy Loggins says DVD’s of the movie will be available for $10 at the Palace Theatre beginning Monday, July 28th. Proceeds of DVD sales at the screening and those purchased through the months of July and August will be contributed to The Sergeant York Patriotic Foundation of Pall Mall, Tennessee.
Cumberland County Sheriff’s deputies are investigating a string a thefts involving electric meters belonging to Volunteer Energy. According to reports, 3 meters have been reported stolen in the past 2 weeks. In addition, a lineman with Sprint stated that cable had been cut on a couple of their boxes, and about 50 feet of fiber optic cable was missing. Several witnesses provided deputies with the name of a possible suspect, but no arrests have been made at this time.