|10/25||9-12||East Tennessee Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram||TBA|
|10/25||1-3||Dave Kirk Automotive||TBA|
|10/29||5:30-7:30||Cumberland Fellowship's Fall Festival||TBA|
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A Murfreesboro man shot by a deputy back in May was released from the hospital on Friday and taken straight to jail. The TBI says 39 year old Jeffrey T. Newton pointed a shotgun at two Rutherford County Sheriff’s deputies on May 6th after Newton’s wife called 911 and said her husband had a gun and threatened to take his life in the woods behind their Murfreesboro home. During the search, Newton reportedly emerged from the woods carrying a shot gun, was ordered to put the weapon down, and instead pointed it at the deputies. One of the deputies fired his service weapon, hitting Newton in the abdomen. Friday night, following his release from the hospital, Newton was booked into the Rutherford County Adult Detention Center on two counts of Aggravated Assault. His bond was set at $50,000. (Photo Courtesy TBI)
What school children call fashionable and what adults call appropriate is always a topic of debate. That matter was addressed at the recent meeting of the Cumberland County School Policy Committee. At issue in particular is leggings; those tight-fitting stretch pants, typically worn by women or girls. School policy dictates that if leggings are worn, the bottom must be covered. School officials have noticed several students who do indeed cover their bottoms with a shirt or sweater but leave the front portion of the leggings exposed. And while the Policy Committee will probably not revise the Dress Code for this school year, students could see some changes next year because a few of their classmates like to push the envelope when it comes to school attire. (on that note, Cumberland County students can wear whatever their parents let them next week...Fall Break is October 13th through October 17th.
Crossville police are seeking information on a theft that occurred on October 5, 2014 Two females, possibly of East Indian descent, entered Crossville Walmart and selected several children's clothing items. According to police, the females then went to the self check out and rang up some, but not all, of the items. The other items were concealed in the shopping bags. The women then exited the store and entered a white Dodge minivan, with no license plate. Both women have long dark hair and were wearing long skirts. One woman was seen carrying a small child when she left the store. If you have any information on any persons involved, or think you may have seen these women, please contact Crimestoppers and Sgt. Brian Eckelson at 200-1173 or 200-1147 or call Det. Donnie Hammons at the Crossville Police Department at 484-7231.(Photo Courtesy Crossville Crimestoppers).
The Hickman County Sheriff’s Department reports that the National Weather Service has confirmed an EF-1 tornado destroyed at least one house and heavily damaged at least three other homes in the Hilltop area Friday night when a strong line of storms moved through the area. Fortunately, there have been no reports of fatalities and at this time it’s believed that only two people suffered minor injuries. There were multiple reports of minor damage and widespread power outages. Storm damage reports are still coming in today and extra deputies have been called out on patrol. Emergency crews continue to survey the damage and offering assistance. An EF-1 tornado consists of wind speeds between 73 - 112 mph and accounts for 80% of all tornadoes. (Photo Courtesy Hickman Co. Sheriff's Dept.)
Crossville police are seeking information on a theft that occurred on September 18th, 2014. This male suspect was involved in a $240 shoplifting theft from the Crossville Walmart. He is a light skinned man, with short gray hair, medium height, medium build and he was wearing glasses. At the time of the incident he was wearing on a blue short sleeve shirt over a dark long sleeve shirt and blue jeans. He left in a Chevy Venture mini van, registered in Putnam County. If you have any information on any persons involved, or think you may have seen this man, please contact Crimestoppers and Sgt. Brian Eckelson at 200-1173 or 200-1147 or call Det. Donnie Hammons at the Crossville Police Department at 484-7231.