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The Elementary JV Basketball game on Thursday evening 10/24 has been moved from Pleasant Hill to Pine View. Tipoff is at 6pm CST.
Several members of Med Ed Credit Union all reported their accounts breached on the same day last week. According to reports, the customers all reported fraudulent activity on their debit cards, with purchases being made without their authorization, out of state. It is unknown who is responsible, or if the thefts are related
3 people have been arrested on shoplifting charges after one of the subjects fled the scene, leaving behind her purse with her identification inside. Crossville Police were contacted by Wal-Mart security who stated the 3 had taken various items, including a laptop computer. Police arrived at the store, where they discovered the female subject's purse, which had been altered with an anti-theft device and had stolen merchandise inside. Officers spotted the 3 and found some of the items described in plain sight. 38 year old Jacqueline L Wilson, 34 year old Curtis R Johnson and 24 year old Miles B Camby, all of Cookeville, were placed under arrest and transported to the Justice Center for booking
A Newton Lane man has been arrested after he fired several shots inside his home during an argument with his wife. According to reports, Cumberland County Sheriff's deputies reported finding several bullet holes in a box, as well as 6 guns at the scene. 65 year old Gary Charles Law told authorities he did not point a gun at his wife, as she had stated, but did admit to firing the shots. He was placed under arrest and transported to the Cumberland County Justice Center for booking
Crossville Police are looking for your help in identifying the remains found by members of a Boy Scout troop on Saturday. Major Mark Rosser showed off items of what appeared to be a makeshift campsite from the person, noting that clothing items lead authorities to believe this was a man. In addition, batteries with an expiration date of 2010 and a backpack with a painted cross on it were recovered. Authorities are asking for any information in this case. The remains were sent to the Medical Examiner's office in the hopes they can be identified via dental records or DNA
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