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Woman Arrested After Shots Fired at Home on Funnel Creek Road
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday February 21, 2018

A Cumberland County woman faces a host of charges after she allegedly fired shots at a neighbor's residence on Funnel Creek Road. Cumberland County Deputies were called to the home shortly before 9:30 p.m. on Monday to reports of a female subject screaming that "she was going to kill them." Dispatch advised that gunshots could be heard in the background. At the end of Funnel Creek Road, authorities encountered 55-year-old Benita Dougharty. Deputies say Dougharty was standing near a side by side. On the floor of the vehicle was a .357 revolver with numerous spent casings. Deputies also detected a slight odor of alcohol on the suspect's breath. Deputies report that Dougharty's neighbors stated they saw a female in their driveway who was yelling and screaming. A female resident stepped out on a porch to ask what the woman needed and then went back inside the house. The victims say they then saw the muzzle flash of a firearm aimed toward the home in the direction of where the female resident was previously standing. Mrs. Dougharty was charged with two counts of aggravated assault, two counts of reckless endangerment, resisting arrest and possession of a handgun while under the influence. Her bond was set at $87,000 with a March 12, 2018 court date.

 


Harriman Man Arrested After Allegedly Threatening Rent-A-Center Employees
Peg Broadcasting News Wednesday February 21, 2018

A Harriman man faces multiple charges after he allegedly threatened to harm employees at the Crossville Rent-A-Center. According to reports, police were notified that 26-year-old Thomas Mack Arnold was armed with a 12 gauge shotgun. Authorities caught up with Arnold's vehicle on Old Lantana Road where he voluntarily stopped at Kat's Car Wash. Police say Arnold exited his vehicle and then refused to comply with officer's commands. A search of his vehicle revealed a Mossberg 12 gauge shotgun, marijuana and the drug Diazepam for which Mr. Arnold did not have a prescription. Arnold was charged with resisting stop halt frisk, intent to go armed, possession of a weapon while intoxicated, driving on a suspended license, and possession of schedule 4 and Schedule 6 drugs.

 


NOTICE: SNAP EBT Outage in Tennessee February 24, 2018 at 11:00 PM CST - February 25 at 8:00 AM CST
TN Dept. of Human Services Wednesday February 21, 2018

This weekend in Tennessee, there will be a statewide outage of all benefits provided through EBT/Quest Cards starting Saturday, February 24th, 2018 at 11:00 PM CST and ending Sunday, February 25th, 2018 at 8:00 AM CST. This means the EBT card will not be available for purchases or at ATMs during this time frame. If making purchases with an EBT card, be prepared by:
- Purchasing food before 11:00 PM CST on Saturday, February 24th
- Purchasing other daily needs before 11:00 PM CST on Saturday, February 24th
Beginning Sunday, February 25th at 8:01 AM, EBT cards will be fully functional. No benefits will be lost by this system upgrade. If there are any concerns during the temporary outage, please call the EBT Customer Service number at 888-997-9444.

 


Woman arrested after meth found in Bible case
WVLT Wednesday February 21, 2018

A Roane County woman faces multiple drug charges, after police officers found methamphetamine and baggies in her car, WVLT reports. According to a Rockwood Police Department report, 38-year-old Jennifer Leann Watson of Rockwood was pulled over on February 13 for driving with an expired temporary tag on her car. Officers wrote that her behavior was erratic, causing them to search her car. During their search, officers found a pink zipper Bible case with 15 grams of meth, nearly 100 plastic bags and 2 sets of digital scales. Watson was subsequently arrested by the officers on the scene. She was charged with intent to manufacture, deliver, sell or possess methamphetamine and with possession of drug paraphernalia. Watson is due in court on July 17.

 


High School Basketball
Vince / Steve Wednesday February 21, 2018

The Panthers capture District 6AAA Tournament Title with win over White County. Stone Memorial posted a 50-40 win over the Warriors from White County High School Tuesday night at Rhea County to claim the District Tournament Championship. Panthers Justin Headrick, Zach Street and Kaleb McCoy were named All-Tournament and Stone Memorial's Brett Newcome was selected as the Tournament MVP. The Panthers will host a first round Region Tournament game Saturday night.

 

 

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