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Panthers won in the bottom of the 9th with 8-7 score against the CCHS Jets. John Martin started on the mound for SMHS to be relieved by Jason Moldenhauer who got the win against Aaron Jones and reliever Matt Ledbetter.
Photo is of team congratulating AJ Tarallo after 2 run homer
Photo Credit: Tracie G
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation today released the "Crime on Campus 2012" report which shows a slight decrease of crimes committed statewide in 2012 on Tennessee's campuses after 2011 data showed an increase from 2010. The most commonly reported offense on university campuses remains larceny/theft, but overall that category also decreased from the previous year. There were 7,326 offenses reported in 2012 compared with 7,639 in 2011, a 4.1% decrease overall. However, violent crime was up again for the third year in a row.
Crossville police were called to Cumberland Medical Center's emergency room early Wednesday morning after receiving a report of a sexual assault. According to reports, the female victim told police detectives that she met a white male at a local bar Tuesday evening. The victim stated that she felt intoxicated soon after drinking with him, and it was believed that she may have been drugged. The victim stated that he offered to drive her home. Before reaching the house, the suspect pulled over somewhere between the bar and her home and forcibly raped her, then proceeded to take her home. No further information was known regarding the suspect at this time.
The Crossville City Council went over their entire General Fund budget on Tuesday afternoon to prepare for the 2013-2014 fiscal year. Several groups were on hand to discuss their budget and what was needed, including City Fire Chief Mike Turner, City Police Chief David Beaty, City of Crossville Street Department Superintendent Joe Miller, Marketing and Public Relations Director Billy Loggins, along with several others. Now that the council went over the budget, each councilman is expected to bring his recommendations and suggestions to a second work session scheduled for Thursday, April 4th at 2 p.m. at City Hall.
Stone Memorial High School's 8th grade night for incoming freshmen is next Thursday, April 11th from 6-8pm. This is the perfect opportunity for parents to receive answers to many questions regarding their children's 9th grade experience at SMHS. Parents are reminded that if you are unable to attend, your student is welcome and encouraged to participate on their own. Check in is 5:15 in the lobby, and you are asked to arrive by 5:45.