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Search Continues For William Shone Moore


Search Continues For William Shone Moore
Peg Broadcasting News/Crossville Police Dept. Thursday November 16, 2017

A manhunt in the city of Crossville on Thursday prompted a soft lockdown of Cumberland County Schools and some businesses. Around 1 p.m. authorities issued robo calls warning citizens to be on the lookout for 39-year-old William Shone Moore. The circumstances surrounding the search were not immediately released but at some point Moore reportedly made threats against law enforcement. Thursday afternoon, the Crossville Police Department issued a Press Release stating it has reason to believe that Moore is no longer in the City limits of Crossville. However, Police still urge the public to be on the lookout for William Shone Moore, a 39 year old white male, 6'3" tall and 235 pounds, blue eyes, brown shaved/short hair. Moore was last seen wearing yellow boots, black Under Armor Hat, blue jeans, blue jacket and carrying a black bag. Moore has an outstanding arrest warrant in Cumberland County and is believed to be armed and dangerous. If seen, do not approach or attempt to make contact, please notify 911 immediately with his location and keep away. Contact the City of Crossville police Department with any questions @ 931-484-7231. (Photo Courtesy Crossville P.D.)

 
BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR WILLIAM SHONE MOORE, WANTED & DANGEROUS


BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR WILLIAM SHONE MOORE, WANTED & DANGEROUS
Submitted: Lt. Brian Eckelson,Crimestoppers Coordinator/Public Information Officer Thursday November 16, 2017

Crossville Police Dept. Press Release:
The City of Crossville Police Department is asking citizens of Crossville to be on the lookout for William Shone Moore, a 39 year old white male, 6?3? tall and 235 pounds, blue eyes, brown shaved/short hair. Moore was last seen wearing yellow boots, black Under Armor Hat, blue jeans, blue jacket and carrying a black bag. Moore has an outstanding arrest warrant in Cumberland County and is believed to be armed and on foot, possibly in the city limits. Moore is considered to be armed and dangerous. If seen, do not approach or attempt to make contact, please notify 911 immediately with his location and keep away. Contact the City of Crossville police Department with any questions @ 931-484-7231. (Photo courtesy Crossville P.D.)

 


BOLO ISSUED FOR WILLIAM SHONE MOORE
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday November 16, 2017

THE CROSSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS WARNING THE PUBLIC TO BE ON THE LOOK OUT FOR WILLIAM SHONE MOORE, A WHITE MALE, 6 FOOT 2, 215 POUNDS LAST SEEN WEARING YELLOW BOOTS, A BLACK UNDER ARMOUR HAT, JEANS AND A BLUE JACKET. CARRYING A BLACK BAG. POSSIBLY ARMED. HAS BEEN SEEN IN THE AREA OF GENESIS AND WEBB AVENUE. IF YOU SEE THIS SUSPECT DO NOT APPROACH. CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY.

 


TN Promise Mentors Needed
Crossville Chronicle/Peg Broadcasting News Thursday November 16, 2017

A record number of students have applied for the TN Promise, tnAchieves scholarship program and volunteer mentors are needed. The Crossville Chronicle reports that Cumberland County needs 20 mentors to meet student demand. Mentors spend one hour per month with each student, helping to ease the transition from high school to college. Mentors also provide encouragement and reminders about important deadlines. Mentors will receive training and weekly updates. To learn more about the tnAchieves mentoring program email Graham Thomas at graham@tnachieves.org.

 


Tennessee Tops for Combating Human Trafficking
Thursday November 16, 2017

Shared Hope International has ranked Tennessee number one in the country for fighting human trafficking. That's according to the TBI.
The 2017 report card gave Tennessee a 96.5 rating.
The report pointed out one flaw. It said Tennessee imposes substantial penalties for sex trafficking and provides tools for law enforcement to investigate effectively, but victims may be deterred from pursuing justice due to a lack of trial protections and potential bars to victims' compensation.
TBI Director and McMinnville native Mark Gwyn said the progress Tennessee has made over the past five years is significant and proves the value of partnership.
Gwyn said his office will not rest but will keep working until that score is 100%.

 

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