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Residents warned of scam
VEC/CCSD Saturday July 12, 2014

Scammers are at work again in our area. The Cumberland County Sheriff’s Department is warning residents about a scam in which callers identify themselves as Volunteer Energy employees, and state that the customer’s electric bill is past due, and demand immediate payment. The victim is then given an out of state phone number to call and make a payment in order to avoid their service being cut off. Officials remind you never to give personal or financial information over the phone, and to contact VEC direct with billing issues.


Early voting begins Fri July 18
Cumb Co Election Commission Saturday July 12, 2014

Early voting for the August 7th county general and state primary election will begins this Friday, July 18th and runs through August 2nd. Early voting is available at the Cumberland County Election Commission office, which is located at 2 South Main Street Suite 105. The Commission will be open for early voting weekdays from 8 to 5 and on Saturdays from 8-12


US Rep Scott DesJarlais being treated for neck cancer
Rep DesJarlais Saturday July 12, 2014

U.S. Rep. Scott DesJarlais has been diagnosed with early stage cancer in his neck. The Tennessee Republican says he will undergo radiation and chemotherapy treatments and is expected to make a full recovery. DesJarlais represented Cumberland County in the U.S. Senate before 14 counties including Cumberland, were removed from the 4th district. DesJarlais is facing a tough primary challenge from state Sen. Jim Tracy of Shelbyville in the August Republican primary election


Former Sheriff's Deputy focus on USA Today Article
USA Today Saturday July 12, 2014

A former Cumberland County Sheriff’s deputy is the focus of an article in USA Today. The article focuses on current Crossville Police Officer Dustin Hensley, the officer who shot and killed Angela D. Smith following a burglary and high speed chase last year. Smith’s family has filed a $20 million wrongful death lawsuit, claiming excessive force. This is not the first time Hensley mortally wounded someone in the line of duty. Records show he shot and killed a Roane County man in 2009, while employed with the Roane County Sheriff’s Department. In both cases, Hensley was cleared of any wrongdoing.

Scott Co Woman arrested for stealing more than $40,000 from employer

Scott Co Woman arrested for stealing more than $40,000 from employer
TBI Friday July 11, 2014

A Scott County woman is accused stealing more than $40,000 from her employer. Investigators say they 31 year old Misty Lynn Blevins transferred money from her employer’s Paypal account to her own Paypal account without the company’s consent. Blevins turned herself into TBI Agents at the Scott County Jail, where she was later released after posting $25,000 bond.

Photo Courtesy: TBI


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