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William Shone Moore Captured


William Shone Moore Captured
Peg Broadcasting News/Cumb. Co. Sheriff Casey Cox Friday November 17, 2017

Cumberland County Sheriff Casey Cox notified Peg Broadcasting that 39-year-old William Shone Moore was captured around 11 a.m. Friday. Deputies found Moore at a residence on Will Wyatt Court where he was apprehended and charged with Aggravated Assault (Domestic). His bond was set at $50,000. Crossville Police issued a city-wide alert for Moore on Thursday and the manhunt prompted a soft lockdown of Cumberland County Schools and some businesses. The circumstances surrounding the search were not immediately released, however, Moore was considered armed and dangerous. Sheriff Cox thanks everyone who assisted in the search. (Photo Courtesy Crossville PD)

 


Two Arrested In Murder of Grundy County Man
Friday November 17, 2017

Two arrests have been made in the murder of a missing man in Grundy County.
Authorities said 35 year old Dylan Winton's remains were found last month in a wooded area near Altamont. He had been missing since March.
The suspects, 40-year-old Jamie Nunley of Tracy City and 24-year-old Dakota Hargis of Gruetli-Laager, were arrested in Burnsville, NC, on Wednesday night.
Investigators tracked them to Westminster, SC, but they allegedly were able to flee to North Carolina.

 


SMHS Hosts Macon County Tonight
Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 17, 2017

The Stone Memorial Panthers and Lay Panthers host the Macon County Tigers and Lady Tigers in their basketball home opener Friday, November 17. Pre-game coverage begins at 5:55 with the girls contest at 6pm followed by the boy game on MIX 99.3 and online at mix993.com.

 


ACT won't release Alvin C. York Ag. Institute scores
WVLT/Peg Broadcasting News Friday November 17, 2017

Just weeks before most college scholarship deadlines, ACT says it will not release the scores for Alvin C. York Agricultural Institute in Jamestown. According to Local 8 News, ACT senior retake tests were not scored from October because ACT deemed the students were tested under a misadministration. Principal Jason Tompkins said the students would be receiving vouchers to retake the test again. However, the delay may cause some students to miss out on scholarships.

 


Volkswagen Looking For Minority Suppliers
AP Friday November 17, 2017

Volkswagen is seeking more suppliers owned by minorities or women for its lone U.S. assembly plant in Tennessee. The Chattanooga Times Free Press reports that the German automaker held a minority supplier trade show on Wednesday, attracting about 60 interested companies from as far away as Michigan.

 

 
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