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Items and change stolen from bowling alley
Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 20, 2017

According to Crossville Police Department reports, $400 in quarters and a change machine hopper were stolen from the arcade of Plateau Bowling Lanes. A customer attempting to make change alerted staff to the malfunction of the machine. The company that services the machine reported similar incidents in which thieves used a "ghost" key that is available on the Internet. The total loss was valued at $950.

 


Attempted burglary at local restaurant
Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 20, 2017

Crossville police were called to Hobo's Grille on West Avenue on Wednesday to investigate an attempted burglary. Officers say the front door of the business had been damaged when someone attempted to cut off a lock with a grinder. Thieves were unsuccessful in their entry attempts, but did cause $1500 in damages.

 


Cumb. Co. Library Board Special Called Meeting Thurs., Oct. 26 at 1 p.m.
Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 20, 2017

The Art Circle Public Library will soon be looking for a new Director. Cumberland County Library Board Chairman Harry Sabine has called for Special Meeting at 1:00 p.m., Thursday, October 26, 2017 in the Plateau Conference Room of the Library. The only item on the agenda is "Selection process for a new Library Director". Current Library Director Susie Randleman will be tendering her resignation effective in December.

 


Tad Cummins Trial Pushed Back
WVLT/WJHL/Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 20, 2017

The trial for Tad Cummins, the Maury County teacher accused of kidnapping a former student and leading police on more than a month-long AMBER Alert manhunt, has been pushed back, WJHL reports. The trial was set to begin on January 2, 2018. Cummins was due in court on Oct. 26 for a status hearing, but it is not clear if that hearing will still happen. Cummins has been in custody since late April 2017. He and his former student were found in California after the search that lasted more than a month.

 
Old Hwy 28 Bridge Replacement


Old Hwy 28 Bridge Replacement
Robin Griffin Young, Cumb. Co. Hwy Dept./Peg Broadcasting News Friday October 20, 2017

Work is underway on the bridge replacement project on Old Hwy 28 in the Linary community. Robin Griffin Young with the Cumberland County Highway Department reports that this will be the first bridge after the old Grist Mill Bridge. Motorists are advised that the alternate routes are Rhea Road to Hwy 127 South, or Turner Road to Hwy 127 South. Weather permitting, construction on the Old Hwy 28 bridge will take 5 to 6 weeks. (Photo courtesy Robin Griffin Young)

 

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