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More thefts from E First Street
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday October 23, 2014

A second East First Street resident reports the theft of items from their vehicle. Thieves busted the rear door window of the victims car to gain access. Several hand tools valued at around $300 were taken.


Over $1100 in tools taken from E First Street home
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday October 23, 2014

City Police were called to investigate the theft of tools valued at over $1100 from a resident of East First Street on Monday. Two male subjects in a small dark green four door vehicle were reportedly seen taking items from the victims storage shed. Items missing include a Stihl chainsaw, a DeWalt circular saw, a Bostitch nail gun, a DeWalt drill and a Bosch grinder


Lawn equipment reported taken from vehicle
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday October 23, 2014

An employee of Lowes reported the theft of items from their vehicle over the weekend. The victim told police that a Husqvarna trimmer and a Hitachi leaf blower were taken from the equipment rack of his vehicle. Authorities are reviewing security camera footage of the incident.

No Extra Security Planned for Lane Kiffin

No Extra Security Planned for Lane Kiffin's return to Neyland
WVLT/ Broadcasting News Thursday October 23, 2014

UT Police are content to let Lane Kiffin take his chances when he returns to Knoxville this Saturday. WVLT reports security has no special security measures planned as the hated ex-UT football coach returns to Neyland stadium since his hasty departure in back in 2010. This time, Kiffin will be on the sidelines as offensive coordinator for the Crimson Tide. The sold out game will televised on ESPN2, but you can hear the game from the Vol Network starting with the Kickoff Call In Show at 5pm with kickoff set for 6:30 CT on your home of the Vols, 102.5 WOW Country! (photo courtesy USA Today).

Watch Out for Deer

Watch Out for Deer
Alan Spector/THP Wednesday October 22, 2014

The Tennessee Highway Patrol urges motorists to exercise caution on the roadways this time of year due to deer-mating and deer-hunting season. Last year, two people were killed in traffic crashes involving deer in Tennessee. In all, there were more than 6,100 deer-related crashes on state roadways in 2013, almost 200 more than the year before. The THP advises drivers to watch out for deer on or around roadways, especially at dawn or after sunset. Motorists are also encouraged to dial *THP (*847) from an available cell phone for assistance in the event of a deer-related crash. The call will be connected to the nearest THP Communications Center and the next available state trooper will be dispatched to the location.


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