CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation says a drug investigation led to a dog fighting operation in Chattanooga.
The agency said in a news release Tuesday that agents executing a narcotics search warrant discovered numerous pit bull dogs, a fight ring, a treadmill used in training and blood. Guns were also found.
Agents arrested 41-year-old Jackie Marcellus Sawyer of Chattanooga on Friday.
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (ANFINSON/OSBORNE) -- A Middle Tennessee State University student has been arrested for allegedly videotaping women showering in a dorm bathroom.
According to police reports, a female student taking a shower in Rutledge Hall in early March noticed a phone on top of the shower stall. The woman moved to another stall when she realized the phone was facing her, and appeared to be on.
When she saw someone grab the phone the student looked out to see a man leaving the bathroom.
Alive Hospice’s Camp Forget-Me-Not is coming up June 5-7 in Murfreesboro. May 28 is the last day to register. Pictured: Camp Forget-Me-Not includes a variety of activities, including creative projects, that help kids process grief by identifying and expressing what they’re feeling. It’s also plenty of fun by design!
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) -- The 21st annual Camp Forget-Me-Not for grieving children is scheduled to get underway June 5 in Murfreesboro.
The camp is sponsored by Alive Hospice and is intended for children between the ages of 6 and 14 who have lost someone they love.
Grief Counselor Pan Quaintance says the camp is designed to be fun, but also provides children with the tools to cope with loss.