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TBI charges Charlotte woman with stealing from subcontractors of Clarksville HVAC business

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has charged a Charlotte woman with stealing money from the paychecks of subcontractors at her Clarksville business. A Montgomery County grand jury indicted 66-year-old Sally Dawson on five counts of theft over $10,000 and four counts of theft over $1,000 last week. The Charlotte resident, who owns Dawson and Dawson… Read more »

Police say officer watching businesses leads to suspect in string of business burglaries

Police say they have a suspect in connection with a string of burglaries at Dickson businesses over the last several months. 35-year-old Ronald Phillip Dye of Dickson was arrested late Tuesday night after Dickson Police Department Sgt. Travis Pulley saw him pull into the parking lot of a closed business. Commander Eddie Breeden said Pulley… Read more »

Dickson man faces charges after allegedly being caught stealing lawn mowers from Lowe’s

A Dickson man faces theft and other charges after allegedly being caught red-handed stealing lawn mowers from the Lowe’s Home Improvement Store on Jackson Brothers Boulevard off Highway 46 last month. Commander Eddie Breeden of the Dickson Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division said 38-year-old Jeffrey Pack was found hiding in the weeds behind the store… Read more »

Horizon Medical Center breaks ground for new $9.5 million, 8-bed Natchez Medical Park ER

TriStar Horizon Medical Center broke ground this week on a new full-service Emergency Room at the TriStar Natchez Medical Park on Highway 46 just south of Interstate 40. The new ER is scheduled to open in 2015. In addition to the 26-bed emergency room at Horizon, the new eight-bed facility will provide 24-hour-a-day, 7-day-a-week emergency… Read more »

3 appellate court judges facing retention votes on Aug. 7 ballot have connections to Dickson County

Three of the appellate court judges listed in retention votes on the Tennessee ballot have direct or indirect ties to Dickson County. When early voting opens Friday, voters will be asked to “retain” or “replace” three Tennessee Supreme Court justices, 10 Court of Appeals judges and 10 Court of Criminal Appeals judges. Among those on… Read more »

Judge Wallace still candidate for appellate vacancy as Bivins joins Tennessee Supreme Court today

With Tennessee getting its newest Supreme Court justice today, Gov. Bill Haslam is expected to announce his selection to fill a vacancy on the Tennessee Court of Criminal Appeals soon, which could create a vacancy in the 23rd Judicial District. Haslam will preside over the investiture ceremony to install Jeffrey S. Bivins as the newest… Read more »