|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|
|10/31||4:30-6:30||Crossville First United Methodist Church - Spiritfest||TBA|
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It was a gruesome story that made national headlines…the skeletal remains of 63 year old twin brothers discovered in their Chattanooga home, still sitting in their recliners, years after they died. Anthony Larry Johnson and Andrew Gary Johnson were described as hermits by neighbors and family members. They hadn’t been seen or heard from in years. In March of this year a family member finally called police to check on the twins and that’s when their bodies were found. In a press release Wednesday, Chattanooga Police said the Medical Examiner’s report found they died of natural causes. Anthony Johnson died from heart disease. Anthony had always helped Andrew manage his diabetes and when he died his brother passed away shortly after.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has added a Nashville teen to its Top Ten Most Wanted list. De’Mario Fisher, 17, is wanted on an escape charge. On September 2, 32 juveniles escaped from the Woodland Hills Development Center in Nashville. Two guards were injured and Fisher is the only escapee remaining at large. Anyone with information on the whereabouts of De’Mario Fisher is urged to call TBI at 1-800-TBI-FIND (1-800-824-3463). There is a $1,000 reward for information leading to his arrest.
A Fairfield Glade woman faces burglary charges after a homeowner says he caught her in the act. A Grouse Court Road man says he returned home on the morning of October 1st and discovered his neighbor, 32 year old Samantha Jean Golliher, standing inside his houe. Golliher reportedly exited out the back door and the victim followed her and made he go back inside his home until Public Safety arrived. According to the police report, Golliher had in her possession quarters, pills and other items belonging to the victim. Golliher was charged with Aggravated Burglary and Theft of Property. Her General Session Court date is October 23rd.
A Laurel Circle man told authorities that he got a call from a man with a funny accent who identified himself as David Clark. The victim said “Clark” told him that he had won a new car from Publishers Clearing House and gave him a number to call to claim the prize. The victim called the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department instead to report the scam.
Construction times in residential areas will be extended into the weekend if the City Council approves changes to the Municipal Code next week. Council members discussed the changes during a work session on Tuesday. The code currently states that construction in residential areas can only take place Monday through Friday from 7 AM to 6 PM. The revision will allow construction 7 days a week during the same hours. The matter will be on the agenda for the regular meeting next Tuesday.