Drug Bust occurs outside Manchester Eatery

On Sunday Coffee County deputies had stopped for lunch at the McDonald’s on the Hillsboro Highway. Upon exiting his car, Corporal Harmon Campbell said he smelled a very strong odor of marijuana nearby. A male subject was in the front seat passenger seat of the vehicle where the odor was detected. When the officer walked …

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Law Enforcement continue to search for Jeremiah James Vandagriff

The Coffee County Sheriff’s Department is asking for the public’s help. Authorities are searching for Jeremiah James Vandagriff age 33. His last known address was West Toliver Lake Road in Manchester. Vandagriff is 6’3” 220lbs with brown hair and hazel eyes. The man is wanted in connection for burglaries in Coffee County. Items allegedly taken …

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Renter SCAM hits Manchester

Manchester Police is warning potential home renters of a scam that is looking for victims. According to Investigator Jackie Matheny, someone is taking rental postings on the Zillow real estate website and re-posting them on Craigslist. The scammer is asking for money be sent to them for the listing so the person can rent the …

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Coffee County Receives $50,000

State officials say 29 Tennessee communities will receive more than $1 million in grants to improve tourism infrastructure. Gov. Bill Haslam and Economic and Community Development Commissioner Randy Boyd said Thursday that the Tourism Enhancement Grants help counties and cities increase the economic impact of tourism. Grants range from $10,000 to $50,000. The grants are …

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Non-Credit courses offered through Motlow

Motlow State Community College will offer nine non-credit community classes beginning in February, according to Tom Dillingham, director of workforce development and extended services. The non-credit courses range from computer classes to cake decorating to playing musical instruments and more. “We are pleased to reinstate the non-credit, personal enrichment courses, and will take the classes …

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Coffee County Sheriff’s Department Personnel make I-24 Drug Bust

On Thursday (January 19, 2017) Coffee County Sheriff’s department personnel were working a joint operation with Franklin County authorities. They observed a silver Jeep traveling westbound on Interstate 24, which was driven by a man identified as Steven Powers. The vehicle was allegedly traveling at a high rate of speed. Coffee County Sheriff Investigator James …

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Manchester Man Charged with Attempting to Steal women’s clothing

Stacy Alexander Stanley age 24 of McArthur St of Manchester was arrested by Manchester Officer Trey Adcock on Thursday for allegedly breaking into a home on McArthur Dr. Apparently the man was there to steal women’s clothing and the officer says Stanley admitted to him that his intent was to steal some female clothing items …

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Scam Alert

Another scam is working in Coffee County. Two white males are going into restaurants in the Manchester telling patrons that their truck was stolen. The two males have been seen wearing ADT grey shirts and some type of badge. Witnesses have stated the two men are driving a black car with Georgia tags. If you …

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Man Arrested for Two Murders in Cannon County

Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have arrested and charged a Rutherford County man accused of killing two individuals and injuring a third in a Cannon County incident last weekend. At the request of 16th District Attorney General Jennings Jones, TBI Special Agents began investigating an incident that occurred on January 14th on …

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New Fishing Pier added at Barton Springs

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has completed a new fishing pier on Normandy Lake. It is the first of its kind on the lake and will offer an excellent bank fishing opportunity. The pier is located in the Barton Springs Recreation area. Construction began in the fall of 2016 and was recently completed with the …

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