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First-ever Expungement and Resource Clinic is Feb. 22

Everybody makes mistakes, but a mistake that results in a criminal record can follow a person for the rest of his or her life. And going through the process of...

McKenzie man’s death still under investigation

The death of McKenzian Reginald Cozart, 42, is still under investigation by the McKenzie Police Department and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.  Investigators still have not determined if Coart’s...

McKenzie man found dead after disturbance call

The death of a McKenzie man is being investigated by the McKenzie Police Department and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.  Reginald Cozart, 42, was found unresponsive on the floor...

Huntingdon officers commit to No-Shave November

Residents and people visiting Huntingdon may notice some of our police officers looking somewhat peculiar. Nine members of the department are participating in our first-ever “No-Shave November”. In order to participate each...

Vandals hit Palestine Church again

For some reason, the long-abandoned Palestine Church building and the adjacent cemetery on Highway 424 between Clarksburg and Cedar Grove has repeatedly been the target of vandalism over the years.

Local Police Reports

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...
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