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Case against Manchester Man for Sexual Exploitation of a Minor Headed to Grand Jury

A Coffee County man who was arrested in October of last year for 11 counts of sexual exploitation of a minor was bound over to the Coffee County Grand Jury last week. In September 2023, agents with the Tennessee Federal Bureau of Investigation (TBI) and the office of 14th Judicial District Attorney General Craig Northcott …

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Bowling Files Failed Bill Again

Sen. Janice Bowling (R-Tullahoma) filed SB2775 at the end of January. The bill, titled the “Restoring State Sovereignty Through Nullification Act,” would establish a process by which the legislature could “nullify a federal statute, regulation, agency order, or executive order.” The law is based on the fringe legal theory of nullification, which has not been historically supported …

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Manchester Man Charged with First-Degree Murder Has Case Bound Over to Grand Jury

Tauris Maymi, the man charged with first-degree murder in a Manchester shooting in September 2023, has been bound over to the grand jury on the charge of first-degree murder. On September 29, 2023, around 1:30 PM at the Ambassador Inn in Manchester, Tennessee, Gary Edward Teague, age 44, from Hillsboro, Tennessee, sustained multiple gunshot wounds …

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Tennessee to Receive $9 Million in Opioid Settlement with Marketing Firm Publicis

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti announced a $350 million national settlement with Publicis Health to resolve investigations into the global marketing and communications firm’s role in the prescription opioid crisis. Tennessee will receive more than $9 million from the settlement, which will be deposited into Tennessee’s Opioid Abatement Fund to help address the opioid crisis. …

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Area Government Announcements

Coffee County Government offices will remain open on Friday, according to County Mayor Judd Matheny, except for the Coffee County Circuit Court office. They will only open between 10 am-2 pm on Friday. Coffee County General Sessions Civil Court cases scheduled for Friday, January 19, have been reset to Friday, March 15. Coffee County Circuit …

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Estill Springs City Court Will Take Place on Thursday

For those who have been issued citations to appear in Estill Springs city court for Thursday, 1/18/2024, at 3:00 pm, city court will CONTINUE as normal at the Community Center on Eastbrook Road. They understand that road conditions are not ideal. If you are unable to make it, please call City Hall at 931-649-5188 on …

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Coffee County Circuit and Chancery Court Canceled on Wednesday

Due to inclement weather and difficult road conditions, Coffee County Circuit and Chancery Court have been canceled for Wednesday, January 17th. As well as all other county government offices in Coffee County.  **Circuit Criminal Court– Cases will be rescheduled; further dates will be sent out once we are back in the office.  **General Sessions Civil Court– Cases will be …

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Closing and Postpoments other than Schools

Due to inclement weather, Coffee County Circuit & Chancery Courts will be closed on Tuesday, January 16. Coffee County government is closed except for essential offices. **Circuit and Chancery Court- Cases will be rescheduled, and we will send out further dates once we are back in the office. **General Sessions Criminal Court- Cases will be …

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Former Area Police Officer Used Fake High School Diploma to Get Jobs

The Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy has received an anonymous complaint about a former area police officer. The complaint said that Brandon Patterson paid for his diploma on Amazon. The former Pikeville, TN police officer and Grundy County Sheriff’s Deputy was found to have used a fake high school diploma to get his jobs. An …

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