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Man nets drug charges after shoplifting
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday November 23, 2017

Crossville City Police were called to the local Wal-Mart in response to a shoplifter. Upon arrival, officers were told that the suspect had left in a silver car. Police stopped the vehicle as it exited onto Highway 127. Driver of the vehicle, 19 year old Matthew Tabor of Dublen Drive was found in possession of stolen merchandise and a small baggy of meth.

 


Minor accident results in arrest
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday November 23, 2017

A Casto Pugh Road resident faces charges of reckless endangerment as well as violation of bond conditions and driving on a suspended license. 19 year old Brandon Jones reportedly ran a stop sign at the intersection of Braun Street and Wayne Avenue, striking another vehicle in the passenger side. Witnesses say that Jones attempted to flee the scene but his vehicle became disabled. Jones was uninjured in the crash, while the occupants of the 2nd vehicle received minor injuries.

 


White County Judge Reprimanded
AP Wednesday November 22, 2017

A Tennessee judge who offered inmates less jail time if they voluntarily underwent birth control procedures has been publicly reprimanded by state judicial regulators. The Tennessean reports White County judge Sam Benningfield received a Nov. 15 letter of reprimand from the Tennessee Board of Judicial Conduct, saying he'd acted in a way that threatened public confidence in the judicial system.

 


Heavy Volume At Nashville International Airport
AP Wednesday November 22, 2017

Tennessee's busiest passenger airport is expecting heavy volume nearing record levels for the extended Thanksgiving weekend. Nashville International Airport has an average of 19,000 departing passengers on a typical day. On Wednesday, that number is us expected to be around 21,000 passengers, and on Sunday about 23,000 are expected to be screened at security checkpoints.

 


Holiday Closings
Wednesday November 22, 2017

The City of Crossville offices will be Closed on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23 and 24 for Thanksgiving.
The Cumberland County Courthouse will be Closed on Thursday and Friday, Nov. 23 and 24 for Thanksgiving.
All Cumberland County Convenience Centers and Recycle Centers will be Closed on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 23

 

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