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TBI: Nearly 10 percent of domestic violence victims were juveniles last year
WVLT Friday June 9, 2017

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released two reports, one on school crime and one on domestic violence crimes.

Information in the reports are gathered from data submitted to the TBI from Tennessee's law enforcement agencies.

In 2016, domestic violence crimes increased by 0.4 percent from 2015 with a total of 78,100 domestic violence offenses reported. 66 percent of these were simple assault.

Females, three times as likely to be victimized, accounted for 71.5 percent of all reported victims. 9.6% of domestic assault victims were juveniles.

Using information gathered on school crime from 2014 to 2016, the TBI found that the overall number of reported offenses in school decreased 8.8 percent from 2014 to 2016. Of the reported crimes, simple assault was the most frequent.

The largest of offenses occurred between 12 p.m. and 2:59 p.m., and the month of September had the highest frequency of reported school crimes.


Man who sold fake drugs at Bonnaroo says he was "doing God's work"
WVLT Friday June 9, 2017

David E. Brady, 45, of Albany, New York, was arrested Wednesday, June 7, after allegedly selling fake drugs at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.

According to an official from Coffee County, deputies said they saw Brady with items that appeared to be narcotics sitting under a tent. Deputies approached Brady, and he apparently tossed the items behind him.

When Brady stood up, deputies said he had a bag of mushrooms hanging form his waist band.

Authorities searched the man, and according to the arrest warrant, they found 37 pills made to look like molly, a synthetic drug that alters mood and perception, 22 bags of fake mushrooms, approximately 1,000 hits of fake acid, 20 bags made to look like cocaine and an incense stick made to look like black tar heroin.

The arrest warrant also said that Brady told deputies he was "doing God's work" by selling fake drugs.

Coffee County Sheriff's Department Investigator James Sherrill charged Brady with two counts of counterfeit controlled substances.

Officials later discovered that Brady was wanted in Franklin County, Arkansas, on a felony bench warrant. The state of Arkansas will extradite Brady from Coffee County.

Brady was charged by Deputy Aaron Miller with being a fugitive from justice.

Brady's bond was set at $120,000. He will appear in Coffee County court on August 11, 2017.


Submitted: LT. Brian Eckelson, Crimestoppers Coordinator/Public Information Officer - Crossville Pol Friday June 9, 2017

Press Release:

Crossville-Cumberland County CrimeStoppers is proud to announce that they have recently partnered with the Texas-based company, Anderson Software, to provide a more seamless and efficient way for community members to offer information to help solve and prevent crimes or other serious or life threatening matters. Anderson Software leads the industry with its latest secure and anonymous tip acquisition and management solution, called P3 Intel. This partnership allows Crossville and Cumberland County to foster better a relationship between law enforcement and the public to proactively create a safer community.

Tips were previously only accepted as Tip Hotline phone calls. Crossville-Cumberland County CrimeStoppers will soon be accepting anonymous tips by the Tip Hotline phone, and by way of the new, free P3 Tips mobile app available on the iOS and Android platforms, greatly enhancing the mobile tip submission process. Still completely anonymous, tips submitted through the P3 mobile app, have no length limitations and allow images, video, and documents to be uploaded with the tip. Anderson Software?s sophisticated encryption processes obscure any and all identifying information and provide assured anonymity for tipsters.

Even without the app, there is still an easy and secure option for submitting tips from any PC or mobile browser by going to Of course, tips are still welcomed through calling our 24 hour Anonymous Tip Hotline (931-200-1173). Using the P3 Tips method, once a person submits a tip, they will be given a TIP ID and password. With this information they can login at and submit follow-up information, engage in real-time chat/two-way dialogue, be informed of the outcome of the tip, and access any pertinent reward information.

Crossville-Cumberland County CrimeStoppers is excited to offer this innovative and exciting new service to our community! Download the FREE mobile app on your device today and help us protect our community into future.


Blue Bash
Anna Pickard, CCHS Freshman Academy Coordinator Friday June 9, 2017

The annual Blue Bash celebration for rising Cumberland County High School freshmen and their parents will be held on Thursday July 27th. Student registration begins in the gym lobby at 1:15. Student events begin in the gymnasium promptly at 2. Parents should register between 4:30 and 5 in the gym lobby to join their students for the remainder of the evening. The Class of 2021 will receive their schedules, meet many of their new teachers, and have the chance to locate their classrooms. Students SHOULD be in dress code and plan to stay for the entire event, which will end around 7:00 pm. If you have any questions about this event, please contact Anna Pickard at 931-484-6488, or at 931-248-3096.


Free Fishing Day Saturday, June 10 Friday June 9, 2017

The 2017 Free Fishing Day is this Saturday, June 10 when anyone may fish free without a license in Tennessee's public waters. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency provides the annual free day in hopes of increasing interest in fishing. The day allows everyone the opportunity to try the sport, especially children. Children ages 15 and younger may fish without a license beginning on Free Fishing Day through the following Friday (June 16). The TWRA is among several organizations planning special fishing events, primarily for youngsters. The TWRA annually stocks several thousand pounds of fish for various events. The 2017 Meadow Park Lake Kids Fishing Derby in Cumberland County will be this Saturday, June 10 from 6:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The event is open to the first 150 participants ages 5 to 15. Participants must bring: Parent/Guardian, fishing pole and bait/tackle. For more information call 931-788-2034.

Free Fishing Day and Week apply to Tennessee's public waters, TWRA owned and operated lakes, and state park facilities. Some privately owned pay lakes and ponds continue to charge during this special day and week. Anglers will need to consult with those operators if there are any questions about a particular facility.


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