Spot a couple of traffic violations and before you know it you are filing weapons and drug charges.Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputy Dalton Rinehart said he and fellow deputy Billy Littleton were on Old Highway 68 near Madisonville around 1:30 a.m. on Monday morning when they saw a Toyota truck swerve over the center line while having a brake light out.Rinehart said he stopped the truck at Three Point Market and found the driver to be Travis Butler, 38, Southgate Road, Madisonville.
Allegedly stolen items from Walmart were not the only things found in a woman’s purse by Sweetwater Police on Saturday.Officer Robert Burris said he went to the Walmart on Highway 11 where the store’s security officer told him a woman was suspected of trying to hide items in her purse while she was in a dressing room. Burris said the woman was identified as Brandi Myers, 29, Head of the Creek Road, Sweetwater, and when he looked in her purse he found several items from the store.
Two motorcycles crashed into each other Sunday afternoon, leaving one man dead.Tennessee Highway Patrolman Frank Yates-Matoy said the wreck occurred on Highway 68 in the Coker Creek area around 2:30 p.m.
Matoy said James Alexander Balmat, 29, Erwin, N.C., was riding his Yamaha motorcycle when he reportedly crossed the yellow line and crashed into a Harley-Davidson driven by David Boring, 59, of Maryville.Matoy said both men were wearing helmets.
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