Day: May 5, 2021

Former Winchester Police Officer Arrested on 6 Counts of Rape and More

An investigation by special agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has resulted in the indictment and arrest of a former Winchester police officer. On October 2, 2020, 12th District Attorney General J. Michael Taylor requested the TBI to investigate Tristan Delacruz, who was at the time a Winchester police officer, on sexual assault allegations. During …

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Stolen Rolls-Royce from Georgia Crashes in Grundy County after being clocked at 177 mph

On May 4, the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) Chattanooga District responded to a BOLO from the Georgia State Patrol (GSP) that their troopers were in pursuit of a stolen Rolls-Royce out of Georgia. THP Sergeant David McVey observed the stolen vehicle speeding at 177 mph on I-24 WB in Marion County, Tennessee. The stolen vehicle …

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Andrew Taylor back as Boys’ Basketball Coach at Coffee Co. High School

Principal Paul Parsley announced Wednesday afternoon that Coffee County Central High School is pleased to announce that Andrew Taylor will be our new men’s basketball coach. He said that Coach Taylor has significant experience as both assistant and head men’s coach here at CCCHS. Parsley added, “There is mutual respect between Coach Taylor and our …

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Kim Welch Stockton Memorial Nursing Scholarship Established at Motlow State

The Motlow College Foundation has established The Kim Welch Stockton Memorial Nursing Scholarship in conjunction with her family to honor Kim’s passion and service in the nursing field. Kim was a 1976 graduate of Motlow State’s nursing program. After receiving her associate degree from Motlow, she earned a bachelor’s degree from Tennessee Tech University and …

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Ascend Federal Credit Union Raises More Than $25,000 for the Tennessee Region of the American Red Cross

Ascend Federal Credit Union today announced that the company and its employees raised $25,550 in March to support the Tennessee Region of the American Red Cross.  “Ascend is dedicated to supporting organizations that are making a difference in the communities we serve,” Ascend President and CEO Caren Gabriel said. “We strongly believe in the Red Cross’s …

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