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SOBRIETY ENFORCEMENT CHECKS
Submitted: Lt. Brian Eckelson - Crimestoppers Coordinator/Public Information Officer Monday June 26, 2017

Press Release:

The City of Crossville Police Department will be conducting sobriety enforcement checks and saturations throughout the city of Crossville, beginning on June 30, 2017 at 6:00 pm until approximately 2:00 am.

These checkpoints and saturations will be located on U.S. HWY.127, U.S. HWY 70, U.S. HWY 70N, State Route 392, State Route 101 and will also include Lantana and Genesis Roads.

Special attention will be placed on the impaired driver, the unrestrained driver and occupants, child restraint law violators and other traffic related violations.

 


CHA Announces The Grove Groundbreaking June 29
Submitted: Stace Karge Monday June 26, 2017

USDA Rural Development Deputy Administrator Joyce Allen and Acting Tennessee State Director Harriet Cannon will be in Crossville at 10am on Thursday June 29th for the official ground breaking ceremony for the Crossville Housing Authority's New Beginnings Self-Help Housing Program's newest community, The Grove. Located off of Miller Avenue, The Grove will eventually be home to 43 families who have qualified for loans through USDA Rural Development, and have contributed significantly in the building of their new homes. The Grove is the 3rd community in which families have joined with the Crossville Housing Authority and USDA, combining low interest rates, subsidized mortgages, (with payments often lower than what the families were paying in rent), and sweat equity, in order to achieve affordable housing, and the building of personal wealth with pride of ownership. 5 homes are currently under construction, and the Crossville Housing Authority is currently acceptable applications for families looking to join this program. For more information, Please contact New Beginnings Self-Help Housing Counselor, Stace Karge, at 931-484-2990.

 


"Dream come true" for new Miss Tennessee pageant winner
AP Sunday June 25, 2017

The newly crowned Miss Tennessee says her win is a dream come true.

The Jackson Sun reports that Miss Lexington Caty Davis won this year's contest Saturday at the Carl Perkins Civic Center.

Davis was last year's runner-up.

She said that talking to former Miss Tennessee Grace Burgess helped her in this year's competition.

Davis clinched the preliminary swimsuit competition on Friday night. She said she is excited to start her year of service, implement her platform statewide and get to compete in Miss America.

Miss Scenic City Christine Williamson came in second in this year's contest.

 


Weak earthquake hits eastern Tennessee; no damage reported
AP Sunday June 25, 2017

Officials have confirmed a weak earthquake has hit eastern Tennessee.

The Knoxville News Sentinel reports that there was no damage associated with the magnitude 2.6 earthquake on Sunday morning about 3 miles south of Lenoir City.

The U.S. Geological Survey says the seismic zone extending across Tennessee and parts of Georgia and Alabama is one of the most active for earthquakes in the southeast. The zone is not known to have had a large earthquake, though some have caused minor damage.

 


Cumberland County Sheriff's Office Warns of IRS Scams
Sheriff Casey Cox Friday June 23, 2017

Press Release:

June 23, 2017

IRS Scams

The Cumberland County Sheriff's Office has received numerous reports from citizens throughout Cumberland County concerning IRS Scams. Just as the IRS warns, the Sheriff's Department also continues to warn all taxpayers against these fraudulent schemes as they are becoming more and more numerous.


In a Press Release, Sheriff Casey Cox said that the taxpayer may be contacted by either phone, email or letter, with each attempting to obtain personal identification and/or financial information in hopes of scaring the taxpayer into making false tax payments to the criminal behind the scheme. We encourage everyone to use extra precaution when responding to these scams as your personal or financial information is vital in their fraudulent schemes.


It should be noted that IRS will never attempt to contact you by email or phone and if you are contacted in any way and feel that it may be legitimate, you should contact IRS directly at 1-800-829-1040 before responding to anything you may have received. Further information concerning IRS scams may be obtained by visiting the IRS website at IRS.gov.

Sheriff Casey Cox

 

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