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A Crossville man has been arrested for credit card fraud after racking up over hundreds of dollars in charges on a card he claims he found. The victim told police that someone had stolen her Chase credit card and made more than $650 in purchases. An investigation led Crossville Police to 39-year-old Lucas Raymond Dailey of Bruan Street. According to reports, Daily said he found the credit card and admitted to using it on a road trip in Tennessee, Kentucky and Ohio. He was arrested and booked into the Cumberland County Justice Center.
Crossville Police have the name of a possible suspect after a wallet was found following the burglary of storage building on E. Fifth Street. The victim told police that his 28-ton log splitter had been taken sometime between July 12 and July 21. The victim found a wallet containing a driver’s license on the ground near the storage building. The splitter is a red and black Swisher 8.75 Gross Torque 28-ton with an after market Honda GC 190 engine and is valued at $1,700.
Travel Advisory! House being moved on 127 North in Cumberland County and tying up traffic in both directions. Police say the house will travel south on Hwy 127/Main Street in Crossville, onto Miller Avenue, Lantana Road and then to Vandever. Motorists should drive with caution and consider an alternate route. Traffic could be affected until 10 a.m. this morning.
MEMPHIS – Memorial events to honor the life and sacrifice of Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Special Agent De’Greaun Frazier have been finalized for next week. Special Agent Frazier, 35, was one of several Agents working alongside the Metropolitan Narcotics Task Force during an operation last Tuesday afternoon when shot by a subject, who was subsequently captured and charged.
Frazier joined TBI in early 2016, following a career as a police officer with the Millington Police Department. In that capacity, he also served on a DEA Task Force. He is survived by a wife and two children.
“Agent Frazier was exactly what we look for in a TBI Agent: hard-working, enthusiastic, and dedicated to making Tennessee a better place to live. We are deeply saddened by his death and will work aggressively to investigate this case to its fullest. His commitment to our agency and public service will not be forgotten.”
Tuesday, August 16, 2016, 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Bellevue Baptist Church
2000 Appling Road
Cordova, TN 38016
Sea of Blue:
Leaving from Bellevue Baptist Church after visitation.
Wednesday, August 17, 2016, 10:00 a.m.
Bellevue Baptist Church
A Crab Orchard man is due in court at the end of the month in connection with a jewelry theft. Johnny Romines, 19, has been charged with auto burglary and theft of property after he allegedly broke into a car on Mullinax Road in Crab Orchard and stole a box of jewelry worth $1,500. The theft occurred on July 29th and Romines was booked into the Cumberland County Justice Center on August 3. Authorities say some of the stolen jewelry was recovered during their investigation. Romines has an August 29th General Sessions court date.