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Carroll County Sheriff's Department Burglary •The Sheriff’s Department is investigating the recent burglary of a home and outbuilding in Hollow Rock. Susan...

High-speed chase ends in arrest

A run from the law has resulted in five charges and a wrecked automobile for Peyton Whitmore of Atwood.  On Saturday around 2 p.m. Carroll County Deputy Chris Adams...

Police chief’s wife must pay $170,000 restitution

Deborah Moates, wife of McKenzie Police Chief Craig Moates, who appeared in Williamson County Circuit Court Monday on theft charges will serve no jail time. However, she is to...

Deborah Moates pleads under judicial diversion

Deborah Moates, the wife of McKenzie Police Chief Craig Moates, who appeared in Williamson County Circuit Court Monday on theft charges, will serve no jail time.

Traffic stop yields $75,000 in meth

Approximately two pounds of methamphetamine with an estimated street value of $75,000 was found during a traffic stop last week in Clarksburg. Christopher Leon Fisher, 39, of Readyville was...

Suspected pipe bomb turns out to be harmless

What authorities initially feared might be a homemade explosive device at a McKenzie residence last week turned out not to be a bomb, according to a press release from the McKenzie Police...

Puryear man arrested for evading arrest, stolen vehicle

A Puryear man, Jason Johnson, 40, was the object of a manhunt Friday after he fled while Huntingdon police officer Labe Ezell was attempting to stop him for a traffic violation. He...

McKenzie man sentenced to life in federal prison for meth

Marlon "Jazz" Taylor, 34, has been sentenced to life in prison on federal charges of conspiracy to distribute 50 grams or more of actual methamphetamine, according to U.S. Attorney D. Michael Dunavant.

Cedar Grove man receives 18-year sentence for vehicular homicide

A Cedar Grove man was sentenced to 18 years in prison on Monday for the 2016 traffic death of a Gibson County man. Robert Hicks, 54, received the sentence from Circuit Court Judge Donald Parish...

Former Atwood couple gets jail time

ronPARK Staff Writer The two former Atwood residents indicted last year on over 150 counts related to animal abuse and cruelty were sentenced Monday morning in Carroll County Circuit Court. Circuit Court Judge Donald Parish accepted guilty...
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