Shelbyville Man Arrested For Rape In Tullahoma

Raul Monroy of Shelbyville was arrested Thursday night for raping a Tullahoma woman at her residence. Monroy, 23, of Sims Road, Shelbyville has been charged with rape and domestic violence following an incident at a residence on Chestnut Alley. The victim, who was someone that he had known in the past, told Tullahoma Police Officer …

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Shelbyville Man Charged With TennCare Fraud In Coffee County

A Bedford County man is charged in Coffee County with doctor shopping for prescription drugs, using TennCare as payment. The Office of Inspector General (OIG) has announced the arrest of Samuel L. Harris, Jr., 40, of Shelbyville. A Coffee County Grand Jury indicted Harris on two counts of fraudulently obtaining controlled substances by doctor shopping …

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County Unemployment Numbers Released

County unemployment rates for July show the rates increased in 53 counties, decreased in 21, and remained the same in 21 counties. Coffee County stayed the same in July at 6.0 percent. Warren County’s unemployment rate went up slight in July from 6.9 percent to 7.0 percent. Cannon County was unchanged at 6.3 percent. Grundy …

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Bank Scam Working In The Area

Attention Citizens Tri-County Bank customers and non-customers! If you receive a text message on your phone regarding your debit card, please DO NOT follow the link in the text. This is a scam, and if you follow the link, you could be tricked into providing your debit card number and other sensitive information that could …

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Social Security Scam Warning

The Inspector General for the Social Security Administration (SSA) continues to warn the public and Social Security beneficiaries in particular, to be aware of fraud scams that target personal information. The SSA website reminds people that criminals use phone calls, emails, and other methods to obtain personal information, then use it to commit identity theft. …

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Some Libraries To Receive Grant Money

The Tennessee State Library and Archives is providing more than $305,000 in grants to help libraries upgrade their computer equipment and software. State officials say the grants will go to 128 public libraries across Tennessee. The grants will help finance technology upgrades for equipment used directly by patrons, as well as computers needed by library …

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Judge Upholds Lethal Injection Process

A Tennessee judge on Wednesday upheld the state’s lethal injection process for executing inmates. Davidson County Chancery Judge Claudia Bonnyman said from the bench that the plaintiffs, 33 death row inmates, didn’t prove that the one-drug method led to a painful and lingering death. She also said the plaintiffs didn’t show during a lengthy trial …

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Sentencing Delayed In Coffee County Murder Case

Connie King and her husband Troy King were to be sentenced on Wednesday for the murder of Thomas Colucci in November 2012 just outside Manchester. The sentencing was delayed Wednesday in Coffee County Circuit Court. In late July of this year Troy King plead guilty to second-degree murder as well as theft over $1,000. Colucci …

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Tullahoma Businessman Charged With Arson

Christopher Wayne Holman of Tullahoma was arrested Tuesday night on a charge of arson. He allegedly set fire to his own business. Holman, 33, of South Polk Street was charged after a fire at Wayne’s Radiator located 710 South Polk Street. Warrants obtained by Tullahoma Police Detective Tyler Hatfield indicate that Holman may have poured …

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