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Two-Vehicle Accident Claims One Life PDF Print E-mail
Wednesday, April 28, 2010

A 43-year-old Macon County man was killed and several others seriously injured, following a Saturday afternoon, April 24, two-vehicle accident at the bottom of the Westmoreland Ridge on Highway 31 East. Billy Randall Likens, of Lafayette, was a passenger in a 1989 Pontiac driven by Ms. Freida Beth Polson, which collided with a 1998 Isuza Rodeo on the rain slick highway with poor visibility.

 

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Local Missing Teen Found PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 20, 2010

On Friday afternoon, April 16th, 17-year-old Patrick Masterson, of Lafayette, left McDonald’s Restaurant, located on Highway 52 By Pass East, and disappeared into thin air.

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Arrest Made in Stabbing Incident PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 20, 2010

On Saturday night, April 17th, around 9:00 p.m., the Macon County Sheriffs Department responded to the scene of a possible stabbing at 1207 Siloam Church Road.

According to the officer’s report, upon arrival they entered the residence and found 28-year-old Christopher Whitson inside, with six stab wounds. After he was stabilized the EMS transported him to the heli pad in Westmoreland, where he was air lifted for medical treatment.

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Sheriff Busts Large Meth Supplier PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Thirty-six-year-old Timothy Ray Gravins was arrested and charged with manufacturing of narcotics (3 cts.), possession of a Schedule III drug for sale, manufacturing sell of a Schedule II drug, manufacturing sell of a Schedule III drug, possession of a Schedule II drug, unlawful possession of a weapon, possession of a firearm and possession of an illegal weapon, after officers at the Macon County Sheriffs Department served a search warrant at his Whitaker Circle home in Red Boiling Springs last Wednesday, April 14.

 

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RBS Council Schedules Work Session to Discuss Sanitation PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Members of the Red Boiling Springs City Council met in regular session on Thursday, April 8, with the top item up for discussion being the second and final reading of Ordinance #10-2, which would cancel all city dumpster service.

During the meeting, which was led by Vice Mayor John Cook in the absence of Mayor Kenneth Hollis, Cook announced that he had recently received feedback from several owners of the 12 businesses and residents that would be affected by the ordinance.

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