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Bond Set at $1 Million For Fentress County Man Who Claims He Shot/Killed Wife
Thursday July 16, 2015

Bond has been set at $1 Million for a Fentress County Man who reportedly called police saying he had shot his wife. 41 year old Micheal Maly was apprehended Saturday night at a residence on Panther Branch Road, north of Jamestown. 52 year old Kay Reynolds was found lying on the floor of the home, dead from an apparent gunshot wound to the chest. Authorities later discovered that Maly and Reynolds were not married. The TBI is assisting the Fentress County Sheriffs Department in the investigation.

 


Authorities Investigating Death of Crossville Man Arrested For Public Intoxication
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday July 16, 2015

Authorities are investigating the death of a Crossville man who was apprehended for Public Intoxication. Cumberland County Sheriffs Deputies reportedly picked up 49 year old Steven Sabine in the area of Browntown Road on Tuesday. Sabine was transported to the Justice Center where he appeared to faint and became unresponsive. EMS was called and he was taken to the hospital where he passed away. Per procedure, the TBI is investigating and Sabines body has been sent to Nashville for an autopsy to determine cause of death. Steven Sabine is the son of Crossville attorney and former county commissioner Harry Sabine.

 


Fifth Permit for 2015 Elk Hunt to Be Auctioned on eBAY, July 16-26
tn.gov Thursday July 16, 2015

The fifth permit for participation in Tennessees sixth managed elk hunt will be awarded to the successful bidder in an eBay auction to be held from July 16-26. Proceeds from the auction benefit the states elk restoration program. The successful bidder will be a participant in the hunt along with four others who will be selected in a random computer draw later this summer. Applications for the four permits for the elk hunt must be submitted by midnight (CDT) on July 23. The hunt will be held Oct. 19-23 at the North Cumberland Wildlife Management Area. All proceeds from the sale of the remaining special bull elk tag will go exclusively to the elk restoration program. The auction will begin at 9:30 p.m. (CDT) on July 16 and will end at 9:30 p.m. (CDT) on July 26. Search Tennessee Elk Permit on eBay to find the listing or visit the TWRF website at www.twrf.net for information. In addition to this years elk hunt, this will be the fourth year for a Young Sportsman Elk Hunt. One young sportsman will be selected for the Oct. 24-25 hunt. A youth entering the draw must select the regular elk hunt or the youth elk hunt.

 


Testing for Tennessee Insurance Licenses Now Available At Military Test Centers
tn.gov Thursday July 16, 2015

The Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance (TDCI) announces that Tennessee insurance licensure exams are now conveniently available at approximately 120 Pearson VUE test centers on military installations worldwide for military service members, dependents, and contractors with authorized base access. Service members who want to gain Tennessee insurance licensure from their duty station or assignment in another state and foreign deployment now have the option to take their exams without having to return to Tennessee to test. In addition to standard ID policies, candidates must have valid government ID and authorization to gain access to on-base test centers. Civilians without valid government ID will be turned away by the test center and/or military entrance gate security.

 


Tornado damages homes near Sweetwater, TN
WVLT Thursday July 16, 2015

Resident in Monroe County, TN are still cleaning up damage after a tornado passed through near Tellico Plains on Tuesday. All Wednesday, the power was still out as crews worked to restore it. On Gamble Gap Road in Sweetwater, the twister severely damaged homes and vehicles. This is not the first time tornados have affected this area. The National Weather Service confirmed on Wednesday that an EF 1 tornado touched down in Monroe County near Gamble Gap Road and Old State Road. There was also damage in Sweetwater, but the Weather Service says that was more consistent with straight line winds.

 

 
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