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Rockwood Man Faces Felony Charge After Fleeing Authorites
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday October 7, 2014

A Rockwood man faces a felony charge after fleeing authorities over the weekend. On Sunday, Cumberland County Sheriff’s Deputy Tom Howard observed a van on Highway 70 East in the Westel Community illegally pass another vehicle. Deputy Howard noticed the driver and passenger exchanging seats. Deputy Howard pursued and the van pulled over, and then started moving again at which time the driver exited the van. The passenger then got behind the wheel and took off towards Roane County. Authorities in Roane County were notified and the chase ensued to Waldo Road where the van sideswiped a Roane County Patrol car and wrecked in a ditch. Authorities arrested 31 year old Jessie Jackson Henry of Rockwood and charged him with Reckless Endangerment, Violation of a No Passing Zone, Driving on a Revoked License, and Felony Evading Arrest. Bond was set at $46,000 and Henry faces an October 27th General Sessions Court date. The other vehicle occupant told authorities that his cousin “J.J.” told him to drive or he would crash the van. The male subject said when he slid behind the wheel, J.J. punched the gas and that’s when the man jumped out of the van.


More Counterfeit Money Passed in Cumberland County
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday October 7, 2014

The Rocky Top Market in Westel reported receiving a $20 bill Sunday. The cashier did not know who gave it to her. A bogus $20 was passed at Sonic on North Main Street a week before. The suspect in that case left in a white Toyota Camry and was last seen northbound on Highway 127. Authorities are investigating.


Windows Shot Out of Old Post Office in Crab Orchard
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday October 7, 2014

The owner of the Old Post Office building in Crab Orchard reports that the windows were busted and shot out of the structure sometime last week. There are no suspects at this time. Damage was estimated at $3,000.


Thieves Target Homes On Poplar Drive
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday October 7, 2014

Thieves have targeted at least two homes on Poplar Drive. Saturday a resident returned home to find the front door had been forced open. Various items were taken including an antique Alice In Wonderland book. The crooks even stole a rubber door mat. Loss was estimated over $4,200. Another resident on Poplar Drive reported his green Kawasaki 4-wheeler valued at $1,000 was stolen. Authorities have named no suspects in either burglary at this time.

Stone Memorial FFA Land judging Team Results

Stone Memorial FFA Land judging Team Results
Submitted Tuesday October 7, 2014

The Stone Memorial FFA Land Judging Team Placed first in the district and fifth out of fifty two schools in the Region in land judging competition. Pictured from left to right: Andy Carey, Logan Adams, Jenna Beaty and Nate Wattenbarger.


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