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Spring Squirrel Season To Open May 13
TWRA Friday May 12, 2017

Tennessee?s 2017 spring hunting season for gray, fox and red squirrels opens Saturday, May 13 and will continue through Sunday, June 11.

The daily bag limit is 10, the same for the fall/winter squirrel season which is held from late August to the end of February.

There are five species of tree squirrels found in Tennessee. Two species, the southern flying squirrel and the northern flying squirrel, are not hunted. They are small, nocturnal and rarely seen.

For more information on Tennessee hunting seasons and license information, obtain a 2016-17 Tennessee Hunting and Trapping Guide, available at TWRA Regional Offices and at hunting and fishing license agents or go online to TWRA?s website to view a copy of the guide.


Tennessee state park outsourcing push draws no bidders
AP Friday May 12, 2017

A push by Gov. Bill Haslam's administration to outsource hospitality services at a Tennessee state park has drawn no bidders.

Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation spokeswoman Kim Schofinski tells The Times Free Press ( ) that no one bid on the proposal at Fall Creek Falls State Park, located on the Upper Cumberland Plateau in Van Buren and Bledsoe counties.

TDEC planned to award the winning bidder $20 million to raze the park's inn and build a new one. The Tennessee State Employees Association and park workers opposed it.

In 2015, similar outsourcing plans at 11 state parks likewise yielded no interest from private vendors.

The administration pointed at the shoddy shape of state park facilities, and put $55 million in capital improvements into the parks in 2015.


Tennessee murder charges raise questions over bounty hunters
AP Friday May 12, 2017

The case of seven bounty hunters in Tennessee charged with murder is raising questions about how much power they have and how regulates them.

The National Conference of State Legislatures says that at least 21 states require that bounty hunters be licensed. Tennessee, however, is not one of them.

The seven bounty hunters are facing multiple charges for the violence that left a 24-year-old man dead and another wounded, including first-degree murder and kidnapping.

Court documents say they were looking for someone else when the bounty hunters surrounded a Nissan sedan parked in a Clarksville Wal-Mart parking and blocked it in with their vehicles. They say the bounty hunters opened fire on four men in the car and then chased their vehicle for nearly seven miles.

Several Arrested in Narcotics Sting

Several Arrested in Narcotics Sting
Submitted: LT. Brian Eckelson, Crimestoppers Coordinator/Public Information Officer - Crossville Pol Friday May 12, 2017

At least five people have been arrested following a long-term investigation and under cover operation by Crossville Narcotics Detectives. Participating in the operation were the Crossville Police Department, 13th Judicial Drug Task Force, the Cumberland County Sheriff?s Office and the HIDTA / TBI Drug Task Force. Four additional people were named in the recent indictments and are currently incarcerated in various penal institutions.

Additionally, for the second time this year, there was an execution of a search warrant and the seizure of cash and illicit narcotics at 94 Lakyn Drive, while indictments were being served on the residents. Multiple narcotics and firearms were seized. Additional felony charges on Scott L. Ashburn and Eva M. Ashburn are pending the outcome of the completed investigation and their presentation to the Cumberland County Grand Jury.

There are still three suspects who remain at large; (Pictured left to right) Ashlee Renee England, Shundra Lynn Goodwin and Melanie Andrea Savage. All have felony indictments on file. If you have any information on the location of these wanted people, please contact the Crossville Police Department at 931-484-7231.

(Photo Courtesy Crime Stoppers)


Crime Stoppers Golf Tournament
Lt. Brian Eckleson, CPD Thursday May 11, 2017

The deadline to register as a sponsor for the 2017 City of Crossville Golf Championship to benefit the Crossville-Cumberland County Crimestoppers is Sunday, May 14th. For just $100, you can become a sponsor of the tournament, and your business will be put on an 18?x24? sign, proclaiming your support of the tournament and of Crimestoppers. Each sign will contain the Crimestoppers logo, and will be professionally constructed of corrugated plastic with colored text and will feature metal stands, and will then be placed at Tee Boxes and Greens for everyone to see. Crimestoppers is a non-profit organization, so your sponsorship fee will be tax deductible, and the funds go to helping Crimestoppers pay for tip information used to solve crimes in our area. Donations of any amount can be made anytime to Crimestoppers at Crossville Police Department, just ask to speak with LT. Brian Eckelson, or call 931-484-7231.


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