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A man suspected of murdering 3 people in Florida has reportedly fired at police in Knoxville. According to reports, David Eugene Smith is holed up at the Days Inn on Park West Boulevard. Witnesses have reported shots being fired from the hotel. The Knox County Sheriff's Office SWAT team is on scene, working to end the standoff. An official say they have been told that Smith was in the military and that he is delusional and suffers from post traumatic stress disorder. He is considered to be "exceptionally dangerous.”
Jets Pitcher and outfielder Matt Ledbetter has been selected to represent Cumberland County High School in the third annual Middle Tennessee Senior All Star Classic June 7 at Cumberland University in Lebanon. Ledbetter was co-District Player of the Year with Warren County's Logan Underhill and helped the Jets to their second place finish in District 6AAA play.
6 student athletes from Stone Memorial have been offered college scholarships to play sports. Congratulations to John Martin, Caroline Pribanich and Justin Simmons who will play for Tennessee Wesleyan College, and Luke Matthews, Rachel Matthews and Tyler Yoder who have received offers from Bryan College. Luke Matthews, Justin Simmons and Tyler Yoder will play basketball, John Martin will play baseball, Caroline Pribanich will run track and field and cross country and Rachel Matthews will play softball
The Tennessee Supreme Court will hear cases in Cookeville this week at the American Legion's Boys State, which takes place at Tennessee Technological University. The court's change of venue is part of a program that gives students a chance to study Supreme Court cases and then hear those cases argued in person. The arguments on Thursday will mark the 13th time the court has participated in Boys State - where hundreds of high school juniors spend a week learning about government with activities that simulate local, county and state government roles. The court will be at Girls State at Lipscomb University in Nashville May 30.
A Tennessee prisoner accused of sending threatening letters to Governor Bill Haslam and others that falsely claimed the envelopes contained anthrax is scheduled to appear in a federal courtroom in Nashville today. Federal prosecutors have said that Branden Frady was a prisoner at Riverbend Maximum Security Institution when he began sending the threatening letters in September of 2012.