Posts By: Chris Norman

4 indicted for making meth, child abuse after 10-year-old found in home with 11 ‘one-pot’ labs

Four people were indicted last week for making methamphetamine and for aggravated child abuse after a 10-year-old was found in a north Dickson home with 11 “one-pot” labs. The Dickson County Grand Jury indicted 25-year-old Nicholas Shange Dugan of Glendale Road in White Bluff, 23-year-old Cassidy Brooke Sowell of Lyles Road in Lyles, 26-year-old Melissa… Read more »

Harpeth hands Cougars 2nd one-point loss as shot at buzzer misses; Lady Cougars stay perfect

Dickson County’s Cougas suffered their second straight one-point loss Monday night as Harpeth escaped with a 45-44 win in the Cougar den. The Indians sweep the season series after a tight 44-40 victory last month in Kingston Springs. After losing on a free throw with no time left on the clock Friday night against Centennial,… Read more »

Lady Dragons avenge only loss of season as defense smothers Charlotte Lady Tigers 28-11

Dickson Middle School’s Lady Dragons avenged their only loss of the season as smothering defense keyed a 28-11 win over Charlotte on the road Monday night. Coach Kelsey Hamilton Mullinicks’ Lady Dragons improved to 9-1 by holding their hosts to just two points in the second half. Charlotte had won last month’s meeting in Dickson… Read more »

Commission will try to appoint magistrates tonight after not agreeing on nominees earlier

The Dickson County Commission is scheduled to elect the county’s eight judicial commissioners at tonight’s meeting after being unable to agree on a set of candidates two weeks ago. At their work session earlier this month, the commissioners failed to approve commissioners for new two-year terms beginning Jan. 1 after being presented two different lists… Read more »

Red Hawks roll over Sycamore 86-50 despite missing two starters due to sickness

Creek Wood’s Red Hawks overcame missing two starters due to illness Friday night to roll past Sycamore 86-50 and remain undefeated. Coach Charles Taylor’s Red Hawks started three juniors and freshman Coulter Dotson with senior Isaac Edmondson who only recently returned from a football season injury with Easton Aldridge and Tyler Turpin out sick. Despite… Read more »

Former Sen. Summerville arrested during court appearance on 3 misdemeanor indictments

Former state Sen. Jim Summerville was arrested Thursday morning after being indicted on three misdemeanor counts stemming from his earlier brushes with the law. Summerville was scheduled for preliminary hearings in Dickson Municipal Court Thursday on six charges arising from three previous arrests in September and October. After waiting an hour and a half for… Read more »

Arguments on suppressing murder confessions delayed due to defendant Long’s ‘medical issue’

Arguments over whether a Burns man’s confessions that he beat his wife to death with a hammer will be allowed in his trial were postponed to next month because of an undisclosed medical problem. Morris Lynn “Moe” Long II, who turned 25 on Saturday, was scheduled to appear in Dickson County Circuit Court Wednesday so… Read more »