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Police Chief recognizes officers
Peg Broadcasting News Friday August 14, 2015

Crossville Police Chief Rod Shoap honored several detectives and city employees for their recent efforts. Major Mark Rosser and Detectives Donnie Hammons, JC Hancock and Danny Harris were cited for their work in apprehending suspects in an armed robbery of a residence in July. The four were key in investigations that resulted in the arrest within 72 hours. Chief Shoap also recognized Crossville Marketing and Public Relations Director Billy Loggins and Parks and Recreation Director Tammie French, along with Lt. Brian Eckelson for their efforts during recent City sponsored events, such as the 4th of July celebration.


Sales tax revenue up from last year
Peg Broadcasting News Friday August 14, 2015

According to City Manager David Rutherford, sales tax collections for the year to date are up by $38,000 from the previous year and remains well ahead of previous years. Total sales tax collections for the year were at $639,340. The wholesale beer tax revenue, which had been on the decline, jumped for the year to date to $68,355 marking its highest point and up almost $8,000 over last year. Retail liquor inspection fees were also up with total collections at $431,477.


Body of Hilham Woman Found Skinned and Dismembered
Peg Broadcasting News Friday August 14, 2015

Authorities have released the identity of a woman whose body was found by a utility worker in a shallow grave in the Hilham Community of Clay County. Authorities say Falisha Scott lived with her boyfriend 55 year old Edward Walsh and had been missing for about a month. Police say her body had been skinned and dismembered and her body parts were also found in a freezer at the home she shared with Walsh. Police took Edward Walsh into custody Wednesday morning and charged him with one count of second degree murder.


Tennessee on Track for fewest traffic fatalities in 5 decades
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday August 13, 2015

While Tennessee is seeing more traffic fatalities this year due to unrestrained drivers, the Volunteer State is still on track for the lowest traffic deaths in 50 years. The latest data from the THP shows 533 deaths on statewide roadways this year. Thats compared to the same period last year when 583 died in traffic accidents. The THP is the first department in the nation to use computer technology that predicts were crashes are most likely to occur and official say its making a difference. 1963 was the year Tennessee recorded the states lowest traffic fatalities at 941.


Soddy Daisy Man Arrested For Allegedly Trying to Sell Stolen Truck
Peg Broadcasting News/CPD Thursday August 13, 2015

A Soddy Daisy man was arrested after he reportedly tried to sell a stolen truck in Crossville. Crossville Police received a tip to be on the lookout for a black Dodge Ram headed north on Hwy 127. Authorities spotted he vehicle and the license plate came back to a white G.M.C. truck. The vehicle was pulled over and 43 year old Jarod Adam Skiles reportedly told police the truck belonged to a friend and was part of an insurance fraud. Skiles was taken to the Cumberland County Justice Center and served warrants for driving on a revoked license and theft of property.


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