Washington, D.C. – “How the hell can Americans sit back and watch as gangs of dangerous extremists maraud through our cities—burning buildings, throwing rocks, bottles and explosives at police, and attacking the elderly?” Frank Miele writes in RealClearPolitics.
Nashville, TN – The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) Criminal Investigations Division (CID) seeks the public’s assistance to identify individuals related to the vandalism of the Edward Carmack Statue atop of the state Capitol Motlow Tunnel entrance, on May 30th, 2020.
During the protest, approximately three individuals can be seen toppling the statue.
A reward of up to $2,500 is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the offender(s).
If You Climb on Top of and Beat an Innocent Stranger’s Car, You’re a Violent Criminal Who Deserves Prison
Washington, D.C. – The violence in Portland and other major United States cities is “slowly percolating across entire cityscapes, and unless these criminals are treated as such, there is zero incentive for this to end,” Tiana Lowe writes in the Washington Examiner.
“Nip these escalations in the bud, lest [more places] become Seattle, where law enforcement is so restrained they’re warning property and business owners that they can no longer help them.”
Washington, D.C. – “The economy has added around 7.3 million jobs in the past two months. The increase in the ranks of employed workers shows that companies ramped up hiring as the economy reopened and consumers came back to stores, restaurants, and other businesses that had been shuttered,” John Carney writes for Breitbart.
Washington, D.C. – “A World War II monument in Charlotte, North Carolina, was targeted by vandals who spray-painted a hammer and sickle over the names of soldiers who died while fighting overseas,” Maddison Dibble writes in the Washington Examiner.
Governor Calls for Further Investigation into Nashville Unrest
Nashville, TN – Following incidents of violence in downtown Nashville, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee has announced that the Tennessee National Guard will remain mobilized across the state and that the Department of Safety and Homeland Security, in coordination with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and local law enforcement authorities, will launch an investigation into unlawful incidents that occurred overnight.
Clarksville, TN – Investigators with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) have arrested a Clarksville man and recovered over $100,000 in stolen property from multiple states.
George Stephen Hagenbuch IV, 44, was traveling between Tennessee and Kentucky stealing numerous trailers and utility terrain vehicles.
The stolen property was recovered primarily in Montgomery and Robertson County in Tennessee and Logan County in Kentucky.
Clarksville, TN – Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) investigators are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a vandalism suspect.
The incident occurred on December 15th, 2019 in the 800 block of Salem Road at approximately 1:15pm.
The driver of a white Jeep is seen on video pulling into the driveway and driving into a barn on the property. The driver is approximately 6 feet 1 inches tall, 200 pounds, with short dark hair.
Clarksville, TN – Clarksville Police detectives were conducting a canvas in the area of Tiny Town Road and Arbor Street when they located a black male sleeping under an abandoned tractor trailer at 251 Tiny Town Road.
The male was identified as Perry Lashun Green. Upon making contact with Green, the sweatshirt the suspect was wearing in the camera footage was found in his possession.
Clarksville, TN – On Sunday, August 18th, 2019, Clarksville Police report that there were nine vandalisms that occurred between late evening to the early morning hours of the 19th.
They were in close proximity to each other and with a similar method for causing the damage-rocks or concrete. A couple of the victims said they heard the vandalism taking place and the sound of a vehicle accelerating with a loud muffler. There was surveillance footage from a residence which may have caught the suspect vehicle in the area.
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