Montgomery County, TN – Jacobi Pender was indicted for 1st Degree Murder by the March 2013 Montgomery County Grand Jury.
The indictment stems from an investigation into the death of Pender’s five month old child at 3735 Fox Hole drive. When officers arrived on scene the child had already been removed from the residence by emergency responders and was pronounced deceased at the scene.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation arrested and charged a Dickson County man for murdering his wife.
TBI arrested 23-year-old Morris Long tonight when he was discharged from Vanderbilt Medical Center. He was charged with first degree murder for the death of his wife 21-year-old Ashlee Long. On December 22nd, 2012, Ashlee Long’s mother and stepfather discovered her beaten to death in her bed at her residence located at 106 Bishop Lane in Burns, TN.
Study shows very slight decrease in domestic violence over three year time period
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation today released a study that analyzed the state’s domestic violence crime data as reported by law enforcement agencies through the Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System (TIBRS) program in an effort to gain more insight into the problem of domestic violence within Tennessee.
The report analyzes offense data flagged as domestic related from 2009 through 2011.
Clarksville, TN – Tim Ghianni was one of the most popular reporters for the Leaf-Chronicle, almost from the day he started in 1974. Our careers got started at about the same time, he at the paper, me at the radio station.
We would have occasion to run into each other from time to time, but back in the day, the news business was very competitive, and we weren’t supposed to “fraternize with the enemy.”
Tim was a soft spoken guy who, as he told me this week, “always wanted to be a newspaper man.” Now, with the release of his collaboration with fellow “news brother” Rob Dollar, “When Newspapers Mattered” tells the story of the newspaper business and how two tragedies gripped a community, caused great grief in the newsroom, and how this fraternity of journalists came together to help deal with reporting the news, when the news was bad. «Read the rest of this article»
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and 25th Jusicial District Attorney General’s Office charge two with First Degree Murder
Total of $71,000 in reward money being offered for whereabouts of Adam Mayes and victims
Jackson, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the 25th Judicial District Attorney General’s Office has charged two individuals with two counts each of first degree murder for the deaths of 31-year-old Jo Ann Bain and her 14-year-old daughter Adrienne Bain in Hardeman County, Tennessee on April 27th, 2012.
Adam Mayes, 35, and Teresa Mayes, 31, both of Guntown, Mississippi. are each facing two counts of first degree murder as well as two counts of especially aggravated kidnapping for the abduction of 12-year-old Alexandria Bain and 8-year-old Kyliyah Bain. Teresa Mayes remains in the Hardeman County Jail without bond.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation today released the “Crime in Tennessee 2011” report which showed a 1.7% decrease in overall crimes reported in Tennessee in 2011 compared with 2010. This is third year in a row that reported offenses decreased when compared with the previous year.
For the 2011 calendar year, 576,844 Group A offenses were reported compared with 586,714 in 2010. «Read the rest of this article»
Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and Tennessee Department of Corrections foil Escape Plot of lone Female on Death Row
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Tennessee Department of Corrections have foiled a plan to break the lone female death row inmate out of the Tennessee Prison for Women and arrested the individuals involved in the escape plot.
Today, 36-year-old Christa Gail Pike remains behind bars and two others have been charged with planning her escape from prison. «Read the rest of this article»
Hank Bonecutter and Bill Larson contributed to this story
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville police and swat team members were called to a North Clarksville neighborhood this morning after receiving a call that shots had been fired. A residential burglary was in progress, and a man was reported to be bleeding on the front porch of a Quicksilver Court residence. The man crossed the street for help after his roommate shot him in his residence during an argument.
When the Clarksville Police Department arrived on scene they found the shooting victim dead from his injuries, as of this time his name has not been released. There was a trail of blood leading back across the street to the house where the shooter was hiding barricaded inside one of the bedrooms.
Clarksville, TN – On March 3rd, 2012, Clarksville Police officers responded to a shots fired call at Building 6, 1523 Nolen Road. When officers entered the apartment they found Shardae Wright deceased in the bathtub from gunshot wounds. The suspect in the shooting, Nicholas Rico Durant fled the area and was later picked up by the North Carolina Highway Patrol around 10:00am.
On March 9th, 2012, around 2:45pm, Nicholas Rico Durant was extradited from North Carolina. He was booked into the Montgomery County Jail and charged with the death of Shardae Wright.
The investigation by Detective Tim Anderson, uncovered that on October 17th, 2011 a verbal argument took place between the suspect, Francisco Aguilar-Valencia, and the victim, Daniel Bridges, at 736 Martin Street; the reason for the argument has not been disclosed to Police.
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