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Following two straight road games the Stone Memorial High School Panthers, 4 and 3 on the season, will be at home Tonight Friday night, October 10th, as they play host to the Sequatchie County Indians. The kick-off is set for 7:00; pre-game coverage begins at 6:45 on Mix 99.3 and online at mix993.com
Tonight, October 10th, the Jets close out the home portion of their schedule, itís Senior Night, as CCHS plays host to Sweetwater. The game between the Jets and Wildcats will begin at 7:00; pre-game coverage starts at 6:45 on 102.5 WOW COUNTRY and online at 1025wowcountry.com
Cumberland County Sheriff Casey Cox reports that 44 year old Douglas Martin Davis was indicted by a special called Grand Jury in Cumberland County this morning, the case regarding the aggravated kidnapping of 21 year old Layla Aperans on October 2nd. Douglas Martin Davis was indicted for 3 counts of aggravated rape, 2 counts of aggravated kidnapping, aggravated robbery, and theft over $1,000. Bond has been set at $450,000. Authorities located Davis and Aperans at a truck stop in Kentucky on October 5th. Aperans was reunited with her family. Davis is currently being held in Hardin County, Kentucky Detention Center for other related charges. (Photo Courtesy WVLT/Hardin County Jail, KY
The husband of Nina Karen Owens has been charged with murder. 39 year old Mathew Dean Owens was indicted by a special called grand jury this morning for 1st degree murder. Cumberland County Sheriff, Casey Cox, reports Owens was arrested without incident at a residence in Cumberland County. His bond was set at $500,000 and he is currently being held in the Cumberland County Justice Center. Mathew Owen's wife, 47-year-old Nina Karen Owens was reported missing on August 22 from her home on H&B Farms Drive off Highway 127 N, but detectives learned she was actually last seen August 11. Her remains were found September 29th in a large wooded area off Pugh Cemetery Road. Investigators have not revealed cause of death. (Photo Courtesy of WVLT/local8now.com)
Coming off of a tough loss to Florida, senior quarterback Justin Worley says he likes the fight he has seen from the team in practice to begin this week. Tennessee coach Butch Jones says he isn't planning on making lineup changes to an offensive line that has given up the most sacks in the Southeastern Conference. Tennessee (2-3) hosts Chattanooga (3-2) on Saturday. Vol Network coverage begins at 1:30 p.m. Central Time and Kick-off is set for 3 p.m, Hear all the action on 102.5 WOW Country.
It was a gruesome story that made national headlinesÖthe skeletal remains of 63 year old twin brothers discovered in their Chattanooga home, still sitting in their recliners, years after they died. Anthony Larry Johnson and Andrew Gary Johnson were described as hermits by neighbors and family members. They hadnít been seen or heard from in years. In March of this year a family member finally called police to check on the twins and thatís when their bodies were found. In a press release Wednesday, Chattanooga Police said the Medical Examinerís report found they died of natural causes. Anthony Johnson died from heart disease. Anthony had always helped Andrew manage his diabetes and when he died his brother passed away shortly after.