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Crossville Police Asking Public For Help in Identifying Shoplifting Suspect

Crossville Police Asking Public For Help in Identifying Shoplifting Suspect
Crossville Police Department Wednesday September 23, 2015

The Crossville Police Department is asking for your help in identifying a suspected shoplifter. Police say that round 3:30 Monday morning, a male with a tattoo on the right side of his neck, entered the Crossville Wal-Mart. He selected a Barnett BCR Crossbow from the shelf. The suspect then concealed it in his pants and exited the store without paying. He then got into a black car and left the area. You can view the suspects photos on the Crimestoppers Facebook page and if you recognize this male suspect or have any information on this theft, please contact the Crimestoppers Hotline 931-200-1173 or call Det. Jason Wilson at 931-484-7231. Your identity will remain confidential. (Photo Courtesy Crossville Crime Stoppers)


Crossville City Council to hold Special Called Meeting and Work Session Thursday, September 24th
Wednesday September 23, 2015

The Crossville City Council will hold a Special Called Meeting on Thursday, September 24th beginning at 5 p.m. at City Hall. Agenda items include 1st Reading of an ordinance pertaining to the Building Permit Fee Schedule; 2nd Reading of ordinances regarding a budget amendment for the airport storage hangar project and amending the Water Bill Ordinance to reflect when a water bill is considered paid on time; and 3rd Reading of ordinances amending Fire and Building Codes and Administrative Hearings. It should be a short meeting because at 5:15 p.m. the Council has scheduled a Work Session to discuss sewer system expansion options and an airport business plan.


State Attorney General Opines Guns Not Allowed at Private Schools or Church Events
Wednesday September 23, 2015

Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery has given his opinion about the controversial guns-in-parks law and according to him, guns are not allowed at private schools or church events. Slatery says local municipalities cannot pass ordinances that ban guns at large events, something many cities have protested. Slaterys opinion was in response to a request by Sen. Mae Beavers, R-Mt. Juliet. State lawmakers are expected to address the issue when they reconvene in January.


Tennessee State Fire Marshal Warns Consumers About Smoking Dangers Wednesday September 23, 2015

The Tennessee State Fire Marshals Office (SFMO) reminds Tennesseans that if they smoke, they should always remain alert while smoking and use caution and care with all cigarettes. Fires caused by smoking materials have taken a heavy toll on Tennesseans and Tennessee fire departments. The National Fire Incident Reporting System shows that during a five-year period (2010-2014), Tennessee fire departments responded to 3,478 smoking-material fires. Those fires resulted in 71 civilian deaths, one fire service death, 91 civilian injuries, 22 fire service injuries and $37.2 million in direct property damage, records show.


SMHS-PTSO Meeting Thurs. Oct. 1
Submitted: Robert F. Gomez,Assistant Principal. Stone Memorial High School Wednesday September 23, 2015

Stone Memorial High School will be hosting the first Parent Teacher Student Organization meeting for the 2015-2016 school year on Thursday, October 1st, 2015 at 5:00 p.m. in the Stone Memorial High School library. All parents and students are encouraged to attend.


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