• TBI releases findings into inmate’s death

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    BRADLEY COUNTY, Tenn – Following the death of federal inmate Joseph Dewhurst at the Bradley County Jail on July 22 of 2020, Sheriff Steve Lawson requested for an investigation to be conducted by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. The preliminary autopsy results released by the TBI show that the cause of death is consistent with […]

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  • Bradley county woman arrested for exploitation of elderly citizen

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    BRADLEY COUNTY, Tenn – Bradley County Sheriff’s Office deputies have taken Dawn Michelle Hyde into custody on charges of Aggravated Burglary, Financial Exploitation of an Elderly Adult, Theft Under $1000 and Fraudulent Use of a Debit Card. Results of an investigation conducted by BCSO detectives led to these charges after Hyde’s actions were reported. Through […]

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  • 130,458 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Tennessee, 91,323 recovered

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    In an effort to keep our readers, up to date with the latest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Tenn., Fetch Your News will continually be updating this article with the most recent updates from Tenn. Department of Health (TDH). As of August 14, 2020, TDH reported 130,458 cases statewide, 1,285 deaths, and 91,323 recovered. The […]

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  • Deputies charge Bradley County male with attempted murder

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    BRADLEY COUNTY, TN – Bradley County officers arrested a male suspect on charges of attempted murder on the evening of July 20. Javonte McKnight has been taken into custody on charges of Attempted First Degree Murder and Misdemeanor Violation of Probation after shooting a male victim in Bradley County multiple times. After being shot, the […]

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  • Bradley County woman allegedly exploited elderly couple for over $60,000

    exploitation

    BRADLEY COUNTY, Tenn. – Victoria Cyrus has been taken into custody by Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Fugitive Apprehension Team on charges of Financial Exploitation of an Elderly/Vulnerable Person and Theft over $60,000. The victims, an elderly husband and wife both with memory impairment, reported that Cyrus had previously been employed as their caregiver. On April […]

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  • Update: All inmates recovered from COVID-19

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    BRADLEY COUNTY, Tenn. – Following 14 days of quarantine, all inmates in the Bradley County Jail who contracted COVID-19 have fully recovered. These inmates have been cleared by the Tennessee Health Department to return to their traditional pods to continue serving time. Following a voluntary round of COVID-19 testing in mid-June, 33 inmates at the […]

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  • Two arrested on aggravated burglary charges

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    BRADLEY COUNTY, Tenn. – Tyler Robinson and Rachael Kiser have been taken into custody after burglarizing a Bradley County residence, stealing multiple items including firearms, a crossbow, and an ATV. On June 11 of 2020, an aggravated burglary was reported in southwestern Bradley County. The suspects stole items both inside and outside of the residence […]

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  • Suspect in custody after series of auto burglaries

    auto burglaries

    BRADLEY COUNTY, Tenn. – Harrison Ellison is in custody at the Bradley County Jail on multiple charges after a series of auto burglaries and thefts that occurred on June 12. The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division is asking for the public’s help in identifying and/or locating the other suspects involved in these auto […]

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  • Lee grants mayors in 89 counties authority to issue mask requirements

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    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Today, Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed Executive Order 54 to grant county mayors in 89 counties the authority to issue local mask requirements in the event of a significant rise in COVID-19 cases. “While our densely populated urban areas continue to have the highest COVID-19 case rates, our local governments expressed a need for […]

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  • Three Hamilton County citizens arrested in connection to 12 auto burglaries

    auto burglaries

    BRADLEY COUNTY, Tenn. – Three male residents from Hamilton County have been arrested for committing multiple auto burglaries in Bradley County and stealing a sport utility vehicle out of Chattanooga. Shu’Quwan La’Derious Green, Christopher Antoine Harris, and Elijah Latrel Williams have each been charged with 12 counts of Auto Burglary, Theft over $2,500, and three […]

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  • Bradley County law enforcement create accountability initiative: Tag Me Out

    Tag me out

    BRADLEY COUNTY, Tenn. – The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, Cleveland TN Police Department, and Charleston Police Department have come together to devise an accountability initiative called TAG ME OUT. This initiative will be adopted by the training divisions of the affiliated agencies, complimenting the anti-discrimination training already set in place. The TAG ME OUT mission statement and […]

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  • Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Most Wanted List

    Most Wanted

    BRADLEY COUNTY, TN – The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office published it’s Most Wanted List and asks anyone who has any information to contact them. “If you have any information that would aid in the capture of these fugitives, please call 423-728-7336 (Criminal Investigation Division tip line) or leave us an anonymous tip on tip411.com,” stated […]

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  • Tennessee begins extended unemployment benefits program

    unemployment programs

    NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Labor and Workforce Development (TDLWD) has completed building the third pandemic unemployment program provided through the federal CARES Act signed into law by President Donald Trump. TDLWD is now processing Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC), in addition to Pandemic Unemployment Assistance (PUA), and Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation (FPUC). PEUC provides […]

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  • Tennessee lifting restaurants and retail capacity restrictions

    Economic recovery

    Nashville, Tenn. – As Tennessee continues to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, the state’s Economic Recovery Group announced today it will lift capacity restrictions on restaurants and retail to instead focus on social distancing best practices effective May 22 and issue guidelines to facilitate the safe reopening of larger, non-contact attractions on or after May 22. […]

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  • 14,768 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Tennessee, 7,369 recovered

    confirmed cases

    In an effort to keep our readers, up to date with the latest number of cases confirmed in Tenn., Fetch Your News will continually be updating this article with the most recent updates from Tenn. Department of Health (TDH). As of May 9, 2020 at 5:35 p.m., TDH reported 14,768 cases statewide, 242 deaths, and […]

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  • 14,096 confirmed COVID-19 cases in Tennessee, 6,783 recovered

    confirmed cases

    In an effort to keep our readers, up to date with the latest number of cases confirmed in Tenn., Fetch Your News will continually be updating this article with the most recent updates from Tenn. Department of Health (TDH). As of May 7, 2020 at 5:35 p.m., TDH reported 14,096 cases statewide, 237 deaths, and […]

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