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Sparta Woman Sentenced For Stealing $3 Million From Trucking Company
AP Tuesday July 25, 2017

A Tennessee woman accused of stealing $3 million from a trucking company's New Jersey facility has been sentenced. Fifty-five-year-old Tracey Perrigan, of Sparta, was sentenced to 33 months in prison Monday. She also must make restitution. She previously pleaded guilty to wire fraud involving her work at a Branchburg, New Jersey facility for a New York trucking company.

 


Ms. Senior Cumberland County Pageant on August 25 at SMHS
Crossville Chronicle/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday July 25, 2017

Ladies in Cumberland County, age 60-plus, are encouraged to register for the Ms. Senior Cumberland County pageant, which will be held on August 25, 2017 at Stone Memorial High School. According to the Crossville Chronicle, contestants will have a brief judges interview, state their philosophy of life and participate in the evening gown portion of the pageant. Awards will be given for fourth, third, second, first runner up and Ms. Congeniality, along with the crowning of Ms. Senior Cumberland County 2017. The new queen will be honored at Senior Day, August 30 at the Cumberland County Fair and will represent seniors at the fair and official functions during the coming year. Applications for the ?Age of Elegance? Ms. Senior Pageant are available at Fair Park Senior Center at 1433 Livingston Rd. For more information about the pageant, call pageant coordinator Frances Brooks at 248-1988, or Ms. Senior Cumberland County 2016 Ruth Lucas at 248-2487 or Fair Park Senior Center at 484-7416.

 


Parents Charged in Child's Death in Sevier County
TBI/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday July 25, 2017

A joint investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Gatlinburg Police Department has resulted in the indictment of a Sevier County couple in connection with the death of their child. Authorities have charged 26-year-old Anthony D. Phillips and 24-year-old Jade E. Phillips each with two counts of First Degree Murder, one count of Aggravated Child Abuse and one count of Aggravated Child Neglect. On July 14th, Gatlinburg Police responded to a home after being notified that a child had been left in a vehicle overnight. Upon arrival, they found 2-year-old Kipp Phillips deceased. Authorities arrested the couple on Monday in Westmoreland, Tennessee. Both were booked into the Sumner County Jail where they are being held on a $250,000 bond. Jade Phillips' father is Westmoreland Mayor Jerry Kirkman. Mayor Kirkman owns the home in Gatlinburg where the couple was staying with his 2-year-old grandchild.

 


Gov. Haslam Announces 1,000 New Jobs Coming to Pikeville
tn.gov/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday July 25, 2017

Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, Department of Economic and Community Development Commissioner Bob Rolfe and Textile Corporation of America Inc. officials announced Monday that the textile company will locate its headquarters and manufacturing facility in Pikeville, Tennessee.

Textile Corporation of America will invest approximately $27.1 million and create 1,000 new jobs in Bledsoe County, representing the largest private investment in Bledsoe County's history.

Textile Corporation of America is a leading manufacture of industrial and institutional textile products including apparel, bedding, healthcare, hospitality, and kitchen linens.

 


Four Plead Guilty in Pilot Flying J Fuel Rebate Fraud Case
WVLT/Peg Broadcasting News Tuesday July 25, 2017

Four former Pilot Flying J employees have pleaded guilty for their roles in defrauding diesel fuel customers. WVLT reports that unsealed documents previously showed the defendants were part of a conspiracy to scam trucking companies out of thousands of dollars. The defendants each face a possible 20 years in prison, a fine of up to $250,000, not more than three years of supervised release and a mandatory assessment of $100, in addition to any applicable forfeiture and restitution. Pilot Flying J released a statement saying the company was saddened by the actions of its former employees and that Pilot has made whole every customer negatively affected. The company also entered into a Criminal Enforcement Agreement with the government, which included a $92 million penalty; and continued to cooperate with the investigation.

 

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