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36 year old Stephanie Cole appeared in Court on Monday afternoon, but her attorney did not ask for bond in her case. Cole appeared in Cumberland County General Sessions Court before White County Judge Sam Benningfield for a routine hearing. 2 law enforcement officers- one from the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department and one from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, testified at the hearing. Deputy Sean Scott stated that he arrived on scene and ordered Cole out of her home. He testified that she admitted to killing her ex-boyfriend, Louis Michael Tammaro. Meanwhile, TBI agent Dan Friel stated that he found Tammaro’s body in a large container in the backyard, wrapped in some type of large blanket or cloth. Cole will continue to be held at the Cumberland County Justice Center without bond.
The Cumberland County School Board website has gotten a facelift. The new site is more user friendly, with easy to find links to each school and parent access. Lunch calendars, parent information and the policy manual are all a simple click away. Find the new, sleek website at http://ccschools.k12tn.net/
A fire destroyed the Fireworks Superstore in Campbell County Sunday evening. 14 fire departments from Campbell, Scott and Anderson Counties responded to fight the blaze which closed down North and South bound lanes of I-75, causing traffic to be backed up for several miles. Investigators are still working to determine the cause of the fire. There were no injuries reported
Governor Bill Haslam will be in Pikeville, Dunlap and Monteagle tomorrow. The governor will be making agriculture and transportation grant announcements before returning to Nashville to host the National Governors Association summer meeting July 10-13.
Heroin Use Up Among Teens
A report from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates Tennessee teenagers are using heroin and shooting up drugs at twice the national average. The Youth Risk behavior Surveillance Report reveals that their appetite for hard drugs grew dramatically over a five-year period and that Tennessee teenagers are putting themselves in danger in a number of ways, including popping pills for recreational use.