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Lawn Care Business Burglary

Lawn Care Business Burglary
CPD/Peg Broadcasting NEws Tuesday September 29, 2015

Crossville police are investigating the burglary of a lawn care business on Wyatt Loop that occurred sometime between last Thursday and Friday (09/24/2015 and 09/25/2015)/ The person or persons took a white 2004 Nissan Titan that was connected to a 2014 dual axle trailer. The trailer had two Kubota lawn mowers, one was a zero turn and the other was a tractor, Husqvarna weed eaters x4, Husqvarna chainsaw, and three leaf blowers one was a Stihl, one was a Husqvarna, and the other was a Red Max.. If you have any information regarding this theft, please contact the Crimestoppers Hotline 931-200-1173 or call Det. D. Harris at 931-484-7231. (Photo Courtesy Crossville Crimestoppers)


Trial Date Set in Baby Levi Murder Case
Monday September 28, 2015

A February, 23 2016 trial date has been set in the Baby Levi murder case. Amanda Beaty, of Morgan County, and her boyfriend Rodger Prince appeared in court on Monday. Both have entered not guilty pleas in the June 2014 death of Levi Beaty. Levis mother, Amanda, claims the little boy choked to death on a cookie. That contradicts an autopsy report that shows the child died from blunt force injuries.


Happy, Happy, Happy Suspected Shoplifter
CPD/Peg Broadcasting News Monday September 28, 2015

A Crossville man wearing a t-shirt with the words Happy, Happy, Happy probably wasnt very happy after his attire helped to identify him as the suspect who stole a pair of Vanns from Rack Room Shoes. City police were dispatched to the store last Thursday (9/24/15) where a clerk gave them a detailed description of the suspect. Police later stopped a vehicle in Ryans parking lot and found the shoes in the car. 47-year-old Steven Murphy of Pinewood Drive was taken into custody, still wearing his Happy, Happy, Happy shirt.


City Police Report 10 Businesses Sold Alcohol To a Minor
CPD/Peg Broadcasting News Monday September 28, 2015

The Crossville Police Department reports that ten local businesses recently sold alcohol to a minor. The Crossville Police Department and the Cumberland County Sheriffs Department conducted a joint Underage Beer Buy Operation on September 18 and 19, 2015, during which a 20-year-old male attempted to purchase alcoholic beverages at 46 different locations. Ten stores within the Crossville City limits reportedly sold alcohol to the underage individual. City Police report the business were: Circle K on 127 North, BP Travel Plaza on Genesis Road, Pilot on Genesis Road, Elmore Shell on Elmore Road, Exxon on 127 North, 70 East Market on Sparta Highway., Miller Mart on Miller Avenue., 70 West BP on Sparta Highway, Friendly Market on Old Lantana Road, and Shell on 127 North. Ten people were identified who sold to the minor.


Statement from the Department of Human Services Regarding the Potential Federal Government Shutdown Monday September 28, 2015

SNAP benefits (formerly known as food stamps) will not be available for use by recipients if the federal government shuts down. The Tennessee Department of Human Services is over 90% federally funded and a federal government shutdown will impact operations. The USDA has advised that SNAP benefits will not be available for use on October 1, 2015 or shortly thereafter, if there is a government shutdown resulting in a lapse of federal funding. This includes any SNAP benefit that is left on an EBT card from a prior month. The Tennessee Department of Human Services is continuing to monitor the situation closely and we will provide updates as soon as information is available. DHS will put updated information on their website


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