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Moore County Guilty of Sexual Exploitation of Minors

Aaron Blake Campbell, a Moore County resident, pled guilty on Friday of Sexual Exploitation of Minors (Over 100 Images) and received a 9-year sentence to serve at 100%. Investigations into Campbell began in early April, who was already registered on the States Sex Offender Registry for similar crimes he committed as a juvenile. Detective Shane …

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Wreaths across America begins project in Coffee County

Wreaths across America has placed Remembrance Wreaths on the graves at Arlington National Cemetery at Christmas for 25 years. Now Coffee County joins more than 1,200 other sites nation-wide participating in this program to honor our deceased military veterans interred at Oakwood and Citizens Cemeteries in Tullahoma and Hurricane Cemetery in Coffee County, with a …

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Manchester Officials Hold Meeting to Answer Questions about the Gun Found last week at Westwood Middle

On Thursday Sept. 14 a student at Manchester’s Westwood Middle School (WMS) reported that another student was in possession of a handgun. In a press release the following day, Manchester City Schools Director Lee Wilkerson said that school administrators immediately investigated and discovered an unloaded handgun in the possession of a student. Administrators immediately contacted …

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Bartee Gets 25 Years in Prison for the Shooting of her Former Husband

In December of 2013 WMSR News reported live from the scene of a shooting on the square in Manchester and after those almost 4 years the trial of Brenda Kay Webb Bartee started May 30, 2017. On Tuesday, June 6, 2017 a jury found Bartee guilty of attempted murder of Dr Harry Bartee, using a …

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Drug Bust in Beechgrove

On Tuesday, (September 19, 2017) Deputy Brandon Reed and Investigator James Sherrill of the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department went to a home on Elm Lane in Beechgrove to locate a man on active warrants. Upon arrival Sherrill observed the front door open, the lights and fan were on in the living room. The residence was …

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Drugs Found in Empty Car–Owner Arrested

While on patrol on Sept. 17, a Tullahoma Police Officer spotted a silver GMC Envoy parked at Tullahoma Lanes after hours. There was no one in the vehicle. While looking inside the vehicle, Officer Clayton Harper said that he saw in plain view a container with a “substantial amount” of marijuana, a grinder and a …

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Grants Awarded to Local Law Enforcement

The law enforcement agencies of the county have been awarded grants to assist them in highway safety initiatives. The awards were announced by the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security along with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office. The federal grants totaling $18 million went to 400 agencies across the state. Tullahoma was awarded $5,000 …

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Do-It-Yourself Workshops Hosted by DREMC

Have you ever wanted to learn how to make your home more energy efficient by caulking, weather stripping or applying foam insulation? DREMC, in conjunction with TVA, will be offering Do-It-Yourself workshops offering hands-on training to members who want to lower their energy use. Led by DREMC Energy Advisor Pat Garrett, these workshops will offer …

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The Buzz on Bugs: They’re Not Always a Pest

Insects don’t get the respect they deserve, but author David MacNeal is highlighting their importance and diversity in his new book, “Bugged: The Insects Who Rule the World and the People Obsessed with Them.” MacNeal says bugs aren’t living in our world – we’re living in theirs. There are 1.4 billion bugs for every human …

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Two People from Shelbyville Facing Drug Charges in Manchester

Two Shelbyville residents were arrested Sept. 18 by Manchester Police for possession of drugs. Raul R. Moctezuma, 22, and Esmeralda Basurto-Prudente, 26, both of Shelbyville were arrested. According to a report by Officer Ray, he received a call to check on the welfare of two people sitting in a vehicle in the parking lot of …

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