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Daniel Clark's Case Headed To Grand Jury
Peg Broadcasting News Friday May 19, 2017

The case against Daniel Clark, the 28-year-old man accused of fatally shooting a Nashville gas station clerk while on run with 15-year-old Trinity Quinn, has been sent to the grand jury. During a hearing Thursday morning in Nashville, it was revealed that Clark confessed to shooting John Stevens 10 times when Stevens refused to give Clark the keys to his car. When asked why he shot the clerk so many times, Clark said he did not want Stevens to suffer. It was also revealed in court Thursday that Mr. Stevens was not alone in the store as first reported. The store manager was in the bathroom while the attendant was brutally gunned down. After Clark and Quinn left the store, the manager came out of hiding and called 911. When police caught up with the pair, Clark had two guns in his possession. One of those guns was reported stolen by his brother and is believed to be the murder weapon.


Federal Jury Indicts Tad Cummins
Peg Broadcasting News Friday May 19, 2017

The 50-year-old former Maury County, Tennessee teacher who is accused of kidnapping his teenage female student has been indicted on two-counts by a federal grand jury. On Thursday, Tad Cummins was indicted for Obstruction of Justice and Transporting A Minor Across State Lines for the Purpose of Engaging in Criminal Sexual Conduct. He was apprehended in California in April following a 38-day nationwide search for Cummins and 15-year-old Elizabeth Thomas. If convicted, Cummins could be sentenced from 10 years to life in prison. And he still faces more charges here in Tennessee.


SMHS Graduation Friday Night in Gymnasium
Friday May 19, 2017

Stone Memorial High School seniors graduate Friday, May 19th at 6:30 pm . Due to impending inclement weather, Stone Memorial HS will hold their graduation ceremony in the main gym Friday (May 19) at 6:30 pm. Overflow will be via a livestream in the auditorium. Doors will open at 4:45 p.m. for family and friends to enter the ceremony. Each graduate will receive 8 tickets to distribute to their friends and family. We encourage everyone to arrive early for prime seating. Reserving seats will not be permitted.


Planned Power Outage in FFG
Friday May 19, 2017

Volunteer Energy Cooperative will have an outage in Fairfield Glade and the Hebbertsburg area beginning at 11:00 pm, Friday, May 19 and will last approximately six hours. The purpose of this outage is to install two poles at the junction of Peavine Rd and Snead. Also, the crews will be making wiring connections at this location. Due to the dangers of this operation, it would be impossible for our crews to safely perform this work with energized lines. ?This all pertains to the relocation of the new lines due to the Peavine road construction,? says Area Manager, Bobby Randolph. Please refer to our website,, for more information.


Crossville Woman Charged With Vehicular Homicide, DUI
Peg Broadcasting News Thursday May 18, 2017

A Crossville woman has been charged with Vehicular Homicide and DUI following an early morning accident (5/18/17) on Highway 127 in Cumberland County. The Tennessee Highway Patrol reports that shortly after midnight, 36-year-old Meghan E. Wilson, of Crossville, was driving southbound in the northbound lane of Highway 127 when her 2006 Dodge pickup truck struck a 2002 Harley Davidson head on. The impact caused the motorcyclist to be tossed from the bike. 46-year-old John V. Rowe, of Deer Lodge, TN, was pronounced dead at the scene. Debris from the impact struck another Harley driven by Dwight D. Pollard, also of Deer Lodge, causing minor damage to that vehicle. Pollard was reportedly not injured. The THP reports that Meghan Wilson, who was not injured, has been charged with Vehicular Homicide, DUI and Violation of the Implied Consent Law.


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