Month: April 2020

Cannon County Man Added to Tennessee’s Most Wanted

A man wanted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI) and the Cannon County Sheriff’s Office has been captured.  Jack Leroy Garcia was located on Wednesday in Hickman County. Garcia will face several charges in Cannon County on Especially Aggravated Sexual Exploitation of a Minor, one count of Aggravated Sexual Exploitation of a Minor, and …

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Coffee County District Attorney gives Opinion about Possible Criminal Enforcement of Gov. Lee’s Executive Orders

Statement from Coffee County District Attorney Craig Northcott concerning criminal enforcement of Gov. Bill Lee’s Executive Orders. This is relative to the closure of certain businesses and the restraint on individual freedoms. I have from the beginning held grave concerns about the constitutionality of the statutory construct under which Gov. Lee exercised this authority and, …

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With Restrictions Retail Reopens Wednesday, Gyms/Fitness Centers to Open Friday

Retail businesses opening Wednesday will be at 50% capacity and other restrictions in Tennessee. Tennessee Governor Bill Lee and the Economic Recovery Group announced Tuesday that gyms in our area will be allowed to reopen Friday, May 1 with guidelines put in place. Some of the guidelines put in place include restricting access to staffed …

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TN Youth Detention Population Plummets During Pandemic

Tennessee juvenile courts say the number of arrests of young people has dropped since the Coronavirus pandemic began – and this mirrors a national trend, according to a new analysis by the Annie E. Casey Foundation.The review of juvenile justice agencies in 30 states showed the number of kids in local youth detention centers dipped …

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