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A tractor, front loader and trailer stolen in Crossville have been recovered in Kentucky. Crossville Police were contacted by the Williamsburg, Kentucky Sheriff’s Department that they had recovered a trailer that had been stolen from Beds To Go. On that trailer was a John Deere tractor and front loader that had been stolen from Tri-County Equipment in Crossville. The property has been returned to the owner and Crossville Police have identified a possible suspect. The case is still pending further investigation.
Two juveniles were arrested after allegedly breaking into a garage on Dooley Street. Crossville Police were dispatched to a call of two people with flashlights inside the building. When authorities arrived they found two bicycles parked in the driveway. The two boys told police that they were there to trade for a motorcycle but did not know the owner or have permission to be there. When police contacted the owner he said the motorcycle was absolutely not for sale and he had never told anyone that it was in the garage. Nothing was found to be stolen or missing. The boys were charged with criminal trespassing and released to their parents. Police did not release their names because they are minors.
The Crossville-Cumberland County Crimestoppers is looking for Aaron L. Buck, a 29-year-old black male known to frequent the Goodwin Circle area of Cumberland County and the Nashville, TN area. Buck is wanted for aggravated robbery and theft. If you know where AARON L. BUCK is hiding out, please call the Crimestoppers Tip Hotline at 931-200-1173. There will be a minimum $200 payout for information leading to his arrest.
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Crossville Police are looking for two male suspects who attempted to steal cars from Select Auto Sales. Surveillance video shows the pair walking from behind the Car Spa and enter the car lot. They broke into multiple vehicles and punched out the ignitions on at least two cars. Damage was estimated at $1200.
The Stone Memorial High School Panthers have moved into the top 10 in the State according to this week’s Associated Press high school football rankings. The Panthers are 5 and 0 on the season and will host Smith County Friday night. Knoxville Catholic is the top team in Class 4A, followed by Greeneville, Marshall County, Pearl-Cohn, Ridgeway, Haywood, Stone Memorial, East Hamilton, Jackson North Side, and Maplewood and Seymour are tied for tenth. The Panthers game with the Owls Friday night at SMHS will begin at 7:00 with live coverage on Mix 99.3 starting at 6:45.
The Cumberland County High School Jets travel to Sparta Friday night to take on the White County Warriors. Pre-game coverage begins at 6:45 on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY with the game action scheduled for 7:00.