More on Police Pursuit from Friday

We are learning more information about the police pursuit that began in Coffee County and ended in the death of a woman in Murfreesboro. Jessica Campos, 27, died after being struck by a suspect on the run after allegedly stealing a Cadillac Escalade from the Coffee County Funeral Chapel on Friday. Family and friends of …

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Former Coffee County Caregiver Charged with Theft, Exploitation of Vulnerable Adult

An investigation by Special Agents with the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in a former Tullahoma caregiver being charged with stealing from individuals she was paid to care for. In November 2014, TBI Special Agents and investigators with Adult Protective Services began investigating Robin West Qualls. At that …

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Fugitives from Justice Arrested in Manchester

Late last week Manchester Police was called to the scene of a possible break-in of a home at 275 Fredonia Road. Officers were given a description of a male subject and a female. Officer Jamie Norris states in the arrest warrant that the subject was on the property without permission and admitted to officers that …

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Election Day is coming Soon

Election officials are advising Tennessee residents that the last day to register to vote for the Aug. 4 election is July 5. Officials say people have an extra day to register this year because the last day to register actually falls on a national holiday, July 4. Officials say voters can register at election commission …

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Father Pleads Guilty to Murder of his Own Child

Last week we told you that Carol Michelle ‘Keri’ Roper will spend 30 years behind bars after she pled guilty to 2nd degree murder. The 23 year-old woman was accused in the 2014 death of her newborn child. She will serve her time at 100 percent, meaning she will not be eligible for parole. On …

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Britain’s Vote helps to bring down Gas Prices

Britain’s vote to leave the European Union could impact Americans in a variety of ways; one of them could be lower gas prices. The price for crude oil, which is globally traded on the stock market, declined by nearly $2.50 the day after the vote. Since two-thirds of the price of gasoline is influenced by …

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Want to Save Money? Go Green Says Report

With hot summer temperatures, you can almost hear the meter rolling on your electricity usage, but a new report released from the Georgia Institute of Technology finds that going green can save big bucks. Specifically, the report looked at the potential impact of President Barack Obama’s Clean Power Plan and found that it could save …

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New Laws begin July 1 in Tennessee

Eighty-two new laws will go into effect in Tennessee on July 1. A number of them will impact the safety of Tennesseans, including a law that will require people convicted of human trafficking for prostitution to register as a sex offender. Also, anyone convicted of taking unlawful pictures for sexual gratification will be added to …

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Names released from Deadly Crash after vehicle is stolen in Manchester

A police pursuit of a stolen black Cadillac Escalade from Manchester ended in Rutherford County with a fatal crash. The vehicle was stolen from Coffee County Funeral Chapel. The pursuit included Manchester officers and deputies from the Coffee County Sheriff’s Department before Rutherford County took over. At one time the Escalade was traveling on the …

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Unidentified Body Found in Tullahoma

A body was found just off Highway 55 near the railroad tracks in Tullahoma on Saturday afternoon. Tullahoma Police investigators have been working the scene, gathering information near the tracks by Silver Street. Authorities confirmed more information would be released as soon as the investigation is complete. The person who was said to be very …

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