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Tornado Watch for Cumberland County, TN until 800 PM CDT
NWS Friday June 23, 2017

Tornado Watch for Cumberland County, TN until 800 PM CDT also for the
followingTennessee counties:

Anderson Bedford Bledsoe
Blount Bradley Campbell
Cannon Claiborne Clay
Coffee Cumberland De Kalb
Fentress Franklin Grainger
Grundy Hamilton Jackson
Knox Lincoln Loudon
McMinn Macon Marion
Meigs Monroe Moore
Morgan Overton Pickett
Polk Putnam Rhea
Roane Scott Sequatchie
Smith Union Van Buren
Warren white

 
CROSSVILLE POLICE SEARCH WARRANT NETS VARIOUS NARCOTICS


CROSSVILLE POLICE SEARCH WARRANT NETS VARIOUS NARCOTICS
Submitted: Lt. Brian Eckelson,Crimestoppers Coordinator/Public Information Officer Friday June 23, 2017

Press Release:

The Crossville Police Department continues efforts to protect the citizens of the City of Crossville and Cumberland County. On June 15, 2017 a Search Warrant was executed by the Crossville Police Department?s Narcotics Unit and the joint City/County Tactical Response Unit, at the Plateau Road residence of 57 year old James J. Wilson and 57 year old Joy R. Wilson in Crossville, TN. Various narcotics were recovered during the search.

Charges will be presented at a future session of the Cumberland County Grand Jury. The Crossville Police Department thanks the T.B.I. / H.I.D.T.A. Drug Task Force, the 13th Judicial Drug Task Force for their help in the investigation. This action was the result of the month?s long, joint investigation and undercover operations of our agencies and it continues the Crossville Police Department?s resolve to promote a better community to all residents and visitors of the Plateau.

Any questions, please contact the Crossville Police Department 931-484-7231.

(Photos courtesy Crossville Police Dept.)

 
CROSSVILLE POLICE PARTNERS WITH DEA ON FEDERAL ARREST


CROSSVILLE POLICE PARTNERS WITH DEA ON FEDERAL ARREST
Submitted: Lt. Brian Eckelson,Crimestoppers Coordinator/Public Information Officer Friday June 23, 2017

Press Release:

The Crossville Police Department continues its efforts to protect the citizens of the City of Crossville and Cumberland County. On June 14, 2017, following the conclusion of a joint narcotics investigation conducted by the Crossville Police Department Narcotics Unit working jointly with the Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA), officers arrested 43 year old James "Jimmy" D. Sherrill, via a Federal Arrest Warrant.

Mr. Sherrill was served with the active Federal Arrest Warrant and Transported to Nashville, TN for Booking, by the U.S. Marshal's Service, without incident. This action was the result of the month's long, joint investigation efforts of local, state and federal law enforcement agencies and it continues the Crossville Police Department's commitment to work tirelessly while providing a greater level safety for our community and to all visitors of the Plateau.

Any questions, please contact the Crossville Police Department 931-484-7231.

(Photo courtesy Crossville Police Dept.)

 


Cumberland County's May Unemployment Rate Down 0.9 Percent From April
Peg Broadcasting News/tn.gov Friday June 23, 2017

Cumberland County's unemployment rate for May 2017 was 3.4 percent, down 0.9 percent from April's rate of 4.3 percent, and down 1.5 percent from the May 2016 rate of 4.9 percent.

Following the lowest state unemployment rate in nearly 20 years, Tennessee's county unemployment rates for May 2017 have decreased in 94 counties and remained the same in 1, according to data released by the Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD).

Statewide, Williamson County recorded the state's lowest unemployment rate at 2 percent; Rhea County has the state's highest rate at 5.1 percent.

 


Program to fast-track med school to send doctors to rural TN
AP Friday June 23, 2017

A university and medical college have created a new program to funnel doctors to rural Tennessee.

Middle Tennessee State University and Meharry Medical College announced the partnership Thursday. Students accepted into the program will earn a bachelor's degree from MTSU in three years, followed by three years of medical school at Meharry. Tuition will be subsidized by $750,000 in state funding. Students who complete the program must agree to work for at least two years in the parts of Tennessee hit hardest by the state's physician shortage.

The public-private partnership brokered by school and state leaders is the first of its kind in the state. MTSU and Meharry anticipate 20-25 students will be accepted in the first batch for enrollment in fall 2018.

 

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