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New Tech Allows Colorblind People To See Fall Colors in Smoky Mountains
AP Thursday November 2, 2017

Colorblind people can see the fall foliage burst with color for the first time at three spots in Tennessee. State tourism officials have installed viewfinders at three scenic spots, including in the Great Smoky Mountains. The viewfinders that debut Wednesday don't use new technology, since colorblind glasses already exist. But Tennesseee officials believe it is the first time it has been incorporated into a viewfinder that helps with red-green color deficiencies.


Submitted: Lt. Brian Eckelson,Crimestoppers Coordinator/Public Information Officer,Crossville Police Thursday November 2, 2017


The City of Crossville Police Department would like to welcome the newest members of this great team.

Ptl. Martin Garcia was hired in July.
Ptl. Kenneth Keen was hired in August.
Ptl. Anthony Justice was hired in September.
Ptl. Brian Castleberry and Ptl. Dalton Mifflin were hired in October.

The addition of these newest members will ensure that the Crossville Police Department can continue to serve the City of Crossville in an effective manner. Bringing prior Military, Law Enforcement or Public Safety experience with them, each of these newly hired officers possess additional insight and enthusiasm that will continue to move this department toward a bright future. By devoting their professional law enforcement aspirations to the protection of the citizens and visitors of the City of Crossville, they have joined an elite team of professional law enforcement officers.

We honor their courage and dedication to our community. Welcome aboard gentlemen.


Monterey Woman Flips Car On Top At Cumberland Plaza
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday October 31, 2017

Crossville Police were called to Cumberland Plaza around 3:30 a.m. Sunday to a wreck with injuries. According to reports, 36-year-old Ronda Corley, of Monterey, was trapped inside the vehicle, which was upside down and resting on its top. Police say Corley was unable to speak clearly and they detected an odor of an alcoholic beverage. City Fire cut Corley out of the vehicle and she was transported by ambulance to Cumberland Medical Center. Corley was later transferred to UT Medical Center for treatment of her injuries. Charges are pending the outcome of blood evidence.


Lantana Woman Charged With Stealing Vehicle
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday October 31, 2017

A Lantana Road woman has been charged after she allegedly tried to steal a vehicle at Woodmere Mall on Saturday. According to Crossville Police reports, a restaurant employee was warming up his 2002 Chevy Malibu in the parking lot and was walking back into the restaurant when he noticed a female driving a Ford 150 pull up beside his car, which was still running. The woman, identified as 30-year-old Destiney Johnie Phipps, allegedly exited the truck and jumped into the employee's car and began to speed off. The victim jumped in front of his moving vehicle and Phipps stopped the car and fled on foot. The victim called police who were on the scene in minutes and quickly caught up with Phipps. The victim told police he does not know the suspect. Phipps was placed in custody for Theft of Property.


Woman Fatally Injured In Overton County Crash
Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday October 31, 2017

A Livingston woman has died from her injuries following a two-vehicle crash in Overton County on Monday morning. According to the THP, 62-year-old Patricia Burchfield was driving an SUV on Hilham Highway around 7:30 a.m. when a Chevrolet truck crossed the centerline and struck Burchfield's vehicle. She was airlifted to a Nashville hospital where she passed away. The driver of the truck, 29-year-old Abner Eicher, of Kentucky, and two others including a 17-year-old passenger were also injured. The THP said charges are pending completion of the crash investigation.


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