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Sad Meeting for Legislative Body PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
When the Macon County Legislative Body met in regular session last Monday Night October 20th, Commissioner Jeff Hughes led the invocation and prayed for Commissioner Anna Dean Carter.   
Satterfield Arrested on Charges of TennCare Fraud PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Gena D. Satterfield

After a sealed indictment was handed down by a Macon County Grand Jury during its October term, 34-year-old Gena Deshea Satterfield, of 1100 Barber Hollow Rd. in Hartsville, Tenn., was arrested on charges of theft of services (1 ct.) and TennCare Fraud (1 cts.) on Oct. 9.  

Suspect Escapes in Attempted Robbery of Local Gas Station PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 21, 2008

At approximately 2 o’clock in the afternoon on Saturday, Oct. 18, the Lafayette Police Department was notified that an armed robbery was in progress at the Marathon gas station located at 212 Hwy 52 Bypass East, in Lafayette.

Two Arrested During 'Operation Green Sweep' PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Over the past few months, the Macon County Sheriffs Department has been cracking down on local marijuana operations; locating, harvesting and destroying hundreds upon hundreds of the illegal plants and investigating potential suspects during a project they have dubbed “Operation Green Sweep.” 

And while their county-wide mission remains active, two suspects have been recently arrested in connection to the manufacturing and processing of a substantial amount of marijuana.

RBS Council Requests Estimate for City Audit PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, October 14, 2008

After a heated discussion about recently circulated city employee embezzlement rumors, the Red Boiling Springs City Council voted to contact the state comptroller’s office during its regular session meeting on Thursday, Oct. 9th, to request an estimate for a city audit.

While the city employees in question deny the allegations against them, the council elected to survey the cost of a comptroller audit to put an end to the rumors.

“I just want the phone calls to stop,” said council member Shelly Dean during the meeting. “We need to either find it (with an audit), or put it to bed.”

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