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The Cumberland County High School Cheerleader’s Pancake Breakfast is this Saturday, June 18, 2016 at the CCHS Cafeteria from 7 to 10 a.m. Pancakes, sausage, coffee, milk or juice for just $6.00! Tickets will be available at the door. All proceeds go toward Camp expenses.
The Crossville Police Department was presented with custom built Tactical Breaching Devices from students of the Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology, Crossville. Welding Technology student Devin Stokes and Collision Repair Technology student Michael Phillips, along with Instructor Rick Parmer and Director Jerry Young, presented the tactical breaching devices, which were designed, built and powder-coated by the students, to the Crossville Police Chief, Rod Shoap.
The devices will assist the City of Crossville Police Department’s Tactical Response Unit during the performance of high-risk warrant services and building entries.
Crossville Police Chief Rod Shoap said “This is a really great gift that could help save lives and will further our agencies goal of partnering with the community to provide better services for our citizens.”
(Photo Courtesy CPD; Pictured L-R: J. Young, Chief Shoap, D. Stokes, M. Phillips, R. Parmer)
The Crossville Police Department has listed 30+ vehicles for auction on www.govdeals.com. GovDeals provides services to various government agencies that allow them to sell surplus and confiscated items via the Internet. Go online, register and bid on the car of your choice!
The vehicles that are being auctioned include;
Retired Police Vehicles
All of the auctions were started at just $100 per vehicle, and all will sell by Wednesday June 22nd, 2016 at approx. 8pm CST. Please inspect items prior to placing a bid. All vehicles may be inspected on Saturday 6/18/2016, from 8 AM to 12 noon CST., at City of Crossville Public Works, 376 Sparta Highway, Crossville, TN 38555. NO TEST DRIVES WILL BE ALLOWED.
Payment in full is due not later than 1200hrs on Friday 6/24/2016. This will be the day of pickup for ALL auctioned vehicles from 8 AM to 12 noon CST at the same location.
Four City of Crossville Police Department officers have received recognition with the issuance of “Officer of the Month” awards for May, 2016. On May 20, 2016, Crossville police were dispatched to Walmart due to a suspect fleeing Security Staff. The suspect fled the area in a vehicle, which nearly struck off-duty Patrol Officer Jared South, who had given chase. A short vehicle pursuit followed, during which the suspect narrowly missed striking other vehicles on Interstate Drive before wrecking at the Crossville Outlet Mall, where after another foot pursuit, all four occupants of the vehicle were captured by the named officers. Assisting with the arrest was Cumberland County Sheriff’s Sergeant Kevin Davis. All officers finished their shifts unharmed.
Listed below are the recognized police officers for May, 2016:
• K-9 Sgt. Dustin Lester
• Master Patrol Officer E.J. Williams
• Detective Donnie Hammons
• Patrol Officer Jared South
The awards were presented by Crossville Mayor James Mayberry and Police Chief Rod Shoap. Cumberland County Sheriff's Sgt. Kevin Davis also received an award.
The Crossville Police Department thanks and congratulates these officers on a job well done!
(Photo Courtesy CPD; left to right Officers Lester, Williams, Hammons and South)
FENTRESS COUNTY, Tenn. (WVLT) - The Fentress County Sheriff's Office is asking people to be on the lookout for a missing teenage girl they think ran away from home.
Kyana Asberry, 16, was last seen Monday at her home on Pickett Park Highway 154. Investigators do not know which way she might be traveling.
Kyana is 5'5", weighs 120 lbs., and has black hair and brown eyes.
Anyone with information should call the Fentress County Sheriff's Office at (931) 879-8142. (Photo Courtesy WVLT)