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Three DeKalb County School Buildings Damaged by Storm Winds, SCHOOLS CLOSED THURSDAY

February 29, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page

DeKalb County High School, DeKalb Middle School, and the DCHS Vocational School buildings received damage from high winds during a severe thunderstorm Wednesday afternoon.

As a result, DeKalb County schools will be closed Thursday.

Director of Schools Mark Willoughby told WJLE that the extent of the damage will be evaluated Thursday morning. "This evening (Wednesday) the storm came through and I don't know if it was a tornado at the middle school and high school," said Willoughby. It was probably just high winds blowing. But after the worst of it got over myself and the maintenance crew went on top of the buildings. We've got some damage to the middle school, the facial part of the middle school and evidently some large cuts in the roof. We haven't found those cuts but lots of water have come into certain parts of the school. At the vocational building we had a large window almost blown out of the frame. We've got some electrical problems throughout the high school and maybe the middle school and vocational school also. We're trying to clear those up. We're just waiting until tomorrow morning (Thursday) so we can get into the buildings to see what's really wrong. A tree blew down behind the vocational school at the high school and damaged a fence. The high school football scoreboard looks like its twisted around.. We've got a lot of aluminum off the facial board of the vocational school that is blown off onto the street. We've seen metal on top of the buildings from different places. We're not sure where its come from. But there's damage to where we don't want to let the kids go into the school buildings tomorrow morning (Thursday) so that's why we've decided to close schools. We'll evaluate some things tomorrow (Thursday). Hopefully we'll be back in school Friday morning. We've got people showing up from the insurance and roofing companies tomorrow morning (Thursday) to help us get things going," said Willoughby.

PLAY VIDEO BELOW OF DIRECTOR OF SCHOOLS MARK WILLOUGHBY

One Person Confirmed Dead In Holiday Haven Area From Wednesday Afternoon Storm

February 29, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Garage destroyed on Ponder Lane

A severe thunderstorm, which may have spawned a tornado, has claimed one life and caused significant structure damage to homes, garages, and outbuildings in the Cookeville Highway area.

County Fire Chief Donny Green told WJLE that damage assessments are still underway. "We're in the Cookeville Highway area and we have what appears to be a tornado touchdown. It may have touched down in a couple of areas of the county, one being off of Holiday Haven Drive, where it looks like we have a confirmed fatality. The second being at the end of Puckett's Point. We're trying to investigate at this time to see if it was the same tornado. Apparently we've also had significant damage in the falling water area which is around Johnson's Chapel. We have responders here from our county and from adjoining counties. We're still in the assessment phase. We've had significant structure damage but no reports of other injuries other than the fatality," said Chief Green.

PLAY VIDEO BELOW OF COUNTY FIRE CHIEF DONNY GREEN

The National Weather Service issued a tornado warning for DeKalb County at 3:46 p.m. and central dispatch/911 received the first reports of damage two minutes later.

Local veterinarian Dr. Scott Little said he was at his residence on Ponder Lane when the storm struck "There was the weirdest noise. In fact my father texted me and said there's a weird sound outside. And there certainly was. I got the kids up and put them into a closet. I was looking out the windows to see what was going on. When the wind started blowing really hard I went and got back in the closet and I guess it wasn't sixty seconds later when I came back out that all the trees all around the house were blown down. They say it (tornado) sounds like a train and that is certainly what it sounded like. It was a constant sound. It wasn't like anything I've ever heard. The sound lasted for maybe about two minutes and it was hard to tell where it was coming from. I would assume it was just the sound of the wind," said Dr. Little

While the wind destroyed a garage belonging to his nearest neighbor Ronnie Burton, Dr. Little said his home didn't get much damage. "It blew a window out but there wasn't much damage to the house at all. A lot of trees around the house fell down," he said

No one on Ponder Lane was injured

Early Voting Turnout for Primaries Way Below Four Years Ago

February 29, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page

If early voting is any indication, turnout may be lower for the DeKalb County Democratic Primary and Tennessee Presidential Preference Primary than four years ago.

The DeKalb County Election Commission reports that a total of 696 people cast ballots during the early voting period from February 15-28 including 447 who voted in the Democratic Primary and 249 who voted in the Republican Primary.

In 2008, a total of 4,507 people cast ballots in the local and state primaries including 3,206 who voted on election day and 1,294 who either voted early or by absentee. There were seven provisional ballots cast.

In the 2008 Assessor of Property race alone, 2,903 people voted. There were three candidates vying for the Democratic nomination that year. This was the total vote for that race including election day and early voting/absentees.

A total of 3,057 voted in the Tennessee Democratic Presidential Preference Primary in 2008 which featured Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton and other contenders for the nomination. In DeKalb County, Clinton received 2,410 votes to Obama's 347. Three hundred voters went for other candidates.

In the Tennessee Republican Presidential Primary, a total of 1,344 voted locally four years ago with Mike Huckabee getting the most support in DeKalb County at 573 followed by 399 for John McCain and 267 for Mitt Romney. The rest of the votes were divided among the other candidates.

Polls at all sixteen precincts will be open across the county on Tuesday, March 6 from 8:00 a.m. until 7:00 p.m.

WJLE will have exclusive LIVE local election return coverage when the polls close at 7:00 p.m. on AM 1480/FM 101.7 and LIVE streaming at www.wjle.com.

Two Store Owners Denied Beer Permits Under Former Regulations, File New Applications

February 28, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
D& D Market
Jewel's Market and Pizza

Operators of two local businesses, who previously couldn't qualify for a beer permit because they were deemed to be too close to churches in their neighborhoods, filed new applications for a license Tuesday after the county commission changed the minimum distance regulations Monday night.

Debra W. Sacran of D& D Market is seeking an off premises permit to sell beer at the store she and her husband David operate at 7166 Short Mountain Highway, Smithville.

Viva Gail Johnson has filed an application for an on and off premises permit to sell beer at Jewel's Market and Pizza on North Congress Boulevard, Smithville.

As WJLE reported Tuesday, the county commission Monday night voted seven to five to rescind the 2,000 foot rule that the county has had in place since 1939 and adopt 800 feet as the minimum distance required between a store seeking a beer permit, and a church, school, or other place of public gathering measuring in a direct line, the nearest point to the nearest point. From the building to the building.

Sacran was denied a beer permit in July 2009 because her store was measured to be only 856 feet from the Mount Pisgah Free Will Baptist Church. With the change in the minimum distance requirement to 800 feet, Sacran will now most likely qualify for a beer permit.

Johnson's application was denied last October by the beer board because Jewel's Market and Pizza is within 2,000 feet of the new First Assembly of God. She too will most likely qualify now that the minimum distance rule has been changed.

In an interview with WJLE Tuesday evening, Sacran said she and her husband are delighted with the county commission's decision. "We are relieved with the conclusion. This has been an ongoing thing for us since 2009. All we've asked the entire time is to be able to compete and we're very thankful that its over. I just want to thank those commissioners and folks behind the scenes that have understood that this needed to be done and that we needed to get off of a 1930's law with the county. Our city (Smithville) has been up to date for a lot of years. We just appreciate that they (commissioners) understood that this was a business decision and that it was good for the county," said Sacran

According to Sacran, it has become more difficult for small country stores like her's to survive over time now that the larger retail chain stores have moved in. "When we came out here, Smithville did not have a Walmart. There was no Rite Aid. Many of the things that are going on in the city now were not even there then. We've found it harder and harder to compete and this economy has been very hard on all of us. All we've ever asked is to be able to compete fairly across the board," said Sacran

The DeKalb County Beer Board will meet Thursday night, March 1 at 6:00 p.m. at the courthouse to vote on the acceptance of the Sacran and Johnson applications, along with another application for an on and off premises permit from a group filing as Back 9, LLC doing business as Riverwatch. The group is associated with the North Alabama Bank, Bank of LincolnCounty. Final action on approval of these applications will come during the April 5 beer board meeting.

Members of the DeKalb County Beer Board are Harrell Tolbert, Frank Thomas, Dick Knowles, Jim Stagi, Mack Harney, Robert Rowe, and Edward Frazier.

Hurricane Bridge to Close for One Night

February 28, 2012
Hurricane Bridge to Close Thursday, March 1 beginning at 8:00 p.m.

Tennessee Department of Transportation contract crews will close the Hurricane Bridge on State Route 56 over the Caney Fork River in DeKalb County to all traffic on Thursday, March 1 beginning at 8:00 p.m. and ending at 6:00 a.m. CST on Friday, March 2. The closure is necessary to allow the contractor to pour a portion of the new concrete deck. The work is part of a $26.9 million rehabilitation project which is scheduled to be complete in October 2013.

The work is weather dependent. If the contractor is unable to perform the work on Thursday evening, it will be rescheduled to take place on either the evening of Tuesday, March 6 or Wednesday, March 7 during the same time period.

Message boards will be in place to notify drivers of the closure. While the bridge is closed, all traffic will be redirected to the currently posted truck detour that utilizes I-40 at Exit 254 to SR-53. The bridge will be reopened to normal one-lane signal-controlled traffic by 6:00 a.m. the following morning. The current weight postings of 10 tons for two-axle vehicles and 18 tons for vehicles with three or more axles will continue to remain in effect and will be strictly enforced.

For travel and TDOT construction information visit the TDOT SmartWay web site at www.tn.gov/tdot/tdotsmartway or call 511 from any land-line or cellular phone. You can also receive traffic alerts via TDOT’s multiple Twitter feeds, including statewide traffic tweets @TN511 or Chattanooga area alerts @Chattanooga511. Smart phone users can use the TDOT SmartWay Mobile website at http://m.tdot.tn.gov/SmartWay/ to access TDOT’s SmartWay cameras and information on construction related lane closures and incidents on interstates and state routes.

As always, drivers are reminded to use all motorist information tools wisely and Know Before You Go! by checking travel conditions before leaving for their destination. Drivers should never tweet, text or talk on a cell phone while behind the wheel.

Sixth District School Board Seat Remains Vacant (SEE VIDEO HERE)

February 27, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page

The county commission can't decide on who should take Bruce Parsley's place on the school board in the sixth district.

Two persons, Boyd Trapp and Doug Stephens, want the position but the county commission was deadlocked six to six Monday night on which of the two should get the seat.

County commissioners voting for Trapp were Elmer Ellis, Jr from the first district, Bobby Joines from the second district, Jerry Scott from the third district, Jeff Barnes and Marshall Ferrell from the sixth district, and Jimmy Poss from the seventh district.

Those voting for Stephens were Jack Barton from the second district, Bradley Hendrix from the third district, Wayne Cantrell and David McDowell from the fourth district, Jerry Adcock from the fifth district, and Larry Summers from the seventh district.

Two members, John Green from the fifth district, and Mason Carter from the first district were absent Monday night.

County Mayor Mike Foster could have broken the tie but chose not to do so.

Later in the meeting, following a short recess, the commissioners took another vote but the result was the same, a tie.

The commission will likely try again at the next meeting on March 26. The position will remain vacant until then.

Last month, the commission voted to accept applications from anyone in the sixth district who was eligible to apply. The deadline for receiving applications was February 6th. Trapp and Stephens were the only persons who responded.

The commission conducted interviews of both men last Thursday night during an all-committees meeting and scheduled a vote to select one of the two men during Monday night's regular monthly meeting (last night).

Parsley, who was elected in 2008, resigned as of December 31, 2011 to pursue a teaching career. His term expires August 31st. The person appointed by the commission to fill the vacancy will serve through August 31st.

Both Trapp and Stephens have said they intend to run for a full four year term in the August County General Election.

County Commission Makes It Easier For Some Stores To Get Beer License (SEE VIDEO OF VOTE HERE)

February 27, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page

The DeKalb County Commission has made it easier for some businesses in the county to get a beer license.

Even though the issue was not on the agenda, the commissioners Monday night by a vote of seven to five adopted a motion to reduce the minimum distance requirement from 2,000 feet to 800 feet between stores seeking to sell beer and places of public gathering such as churches and schools.

The change becomes effective immediately.

Fourth District Commissioner David McDowell made the motion to rescind the measure establishing the existing 2,000 foot rule and set 800 feet as the new minimum distance requirement. Third District member Bradley Hendrix offered a second to the motion.

Those voting in favor in addition to McDowell and Hendrix were Second District Commissioner Jack Barton, Fourth District Commissioner Wayne Cantrell, Fifth District Commissioner Jerry Adcock, and Seventh District Commissioners Jimmy Poss and Larry Summers.

Members voting against the change were First District Commissioner Elmer Ellis, Jr., Second District Commissioner Bobby Joines, Third District Commissioner Jerry Scott, and Sixth District Commissioners Jeff Barnes and Marshall Ferrell.

Two members of the commission, John Green of the fifth district and Mason Carter of the first district were absent Monday night.

During last Thursday night's all-committee's meeting, Jewel Redmon, owner of Jewel's Market & Pizza on the Cookeville Highway, asked the commissioners to re-visit this issue during their meeting Monday night (last night). Redmon has been trying for months to get a beer license at his store but has been denied by the county beer board because the store is too close to the new First Assembly of God Church.

While the issue was not specifically listed on the agenda, it was brought up under other business. Fifth district member Jerry Adcock made a motion not to raise the issue again for at least six months "whether it passes or not" this time (Monday night) since it has been a matter of discussion for several months. But his motion failed to receive a second.

County Attorney Hilton Conger said the commission could not take action to limit a member from "putting a motion on the floor".

First District member Elmer Ellis, Jr. suggested that more notice be given so that the public has a better opportunity to express their opinions on a matter that is so controversial

Seventh District member Larry Summers said that the public was given an opportunity to share their views two months ago, and some people did address the commission, when the issue was put to a vote the first time.

In December, some members of the commission tried to change the distance requirement from 2,000 feet to 400 feet but that proposal died on a seven to seven tie vote. Eight votes were needed for passage that night and County Mayor Mike Foster refused to break the tie.

The 2,000 foot distance regulation is the maximum allowed under state law and it has not been changed since the county adopted it in October 1939. The county has the authority to make the minimum distance something less than 2,000 feet but it cannot be greater than 2,000 feet.

With the change, any business owner who meets all other requirements may now apply for a permit to sell beer as long as his or her establishment is within 800 feet of a church, school, or place of public gathering measuring in a direct line, the nearest point to the nearest point. From the building to the building.

Smithville Firefighters Called to Work Shed Fire

February 27, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page

Smithville Volunteer Firefighters responded to a fire Monday afternoon at a work shed at 815 Dry Creek Road.

Fire Chief Charlie Parker said the property belongs to Dwight Mathis but that Forrest "Frosty" Byrd has it rented. Chief Parker said according to Byrd, some sparks ignited the fire while workers were cutting and grinding some metal.

The shed received fire and smoke damage but firefighters were able to bring it under control. No one was hurt.

Sheriff Releases Weekly Crime News Update

February 27, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Melanie Chaffin Herrod

In his weekly update on crime news, Sheriff Patrick Ray reports that 54 year old Melanie Chaffin Herrod of Murfreesboro is charged with driving under the influence, simple possession of a schedule III controlled substance, and simple possession of a schedule IV drug. She was also issued a citation for violation of the implied consent law. Her bond totals $4,500 and she will be in court March 1.

Sheriff Ray said that on Tuesday, February 21, Herrod was pulled over by an officer in the Stop and Buy parking lot on Highway 70 in response to a complaint of a reckless driver. Herrod's vehicle matched the description. Herrod told the officer that she had just stopped to ask for directions.. Herrod had very slurred speech and she was unsteady on her feet. She performed poorly on all field sobriety tasks and appeared to be under the influence of an intoxicant. Herrod refused to submit to a blood test. During the investigation, the arresting officer observed in plain site, half a pill believed to be a Vicodine. A further search revealed three other half pills and one whole pill of Vicodine. A metal box was also found containing eight oval orange pills believed to be Alprazolem.

28 year old Gustavo Garcia Sanchez of Morgan Drive, Smithville is charged with a second offense of driving on a revoked license. He was also issued a citation for failure to exercise due care and violation of the financial responsibility law (no insurance). Sanchez is under a $3,000 bond and he will be in court on March 1. Sheriff Ray reports that on Monday, February 20 Sanchez was operating a motor vehicle north on New Home Road when he turned in front of a southbound vehicle, causing it to run off the roadway and into a fence. Sanchez said he did not see the oncoming vehicle. Sanchez could not provide proof of insurance. A computer check revealed that his license were revoked for a DUI and that he was arrested for his first offense of driving on a revoked license in Warren County in September 2006.

39 year old Kristie Renea Waggoner of New Home Road is charged with domestic assault. Her bond is $2,500 and she will be in court March 15. Sheriff Ray reports that on Wednesday, February 22 Waggoner assaulted her boyfriend on New Home Road by slapping him in the face, leaving bleeding scratch marks.

28 year old Brian Paul Wyer of Long Branch Road, Lancaster is charged with public intoxication. His bond is $1,000 and he will be in court March 1. According to Sheriff Ray, officers responded to a call of an intoxicated person at the condos on Dale Ridge Road last Wednesday, February 22. Upon arrival, the deputies found Wyer passed out in the passenger seat of his pickup truck. He had a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage on his person. Officers awakened Wyer but he could not walk so they carried him to the patrol car. Wyer was brought to the jail for his safety.

42 year old Morris Edward Knowles of Anthony Avenue, Smithville was issued citations on Saturday, February 25 for no drivers license, violation of the open container law, violation of the financial responsibility law, roadway lane for traffic (for weaving), and possession of drug paraphernalia. He will be in court on March 8. Knowles was stopped on South College Street for failure to maintain lane of travel. The officer found that Knowles had an open beer in the vehicle and he could not provide proof of insurance. During a search of the vehicle, the deputy found two needles under the passenger seat. A computer check revealed that Knowles had no drivers license.

Judge David Patterson Hands Down Sentences in Criminal Court

February 27, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page

Several people appeared in criminal court for sentencing Friday after entering pleas under negotiated settlements.

Judge David Patterson presided.

23 year old Emily Fare pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and received a three year sentence on probation. She must complete anger management classes. Fare is also under a restraining order to keep away from the victim.

33 year old Amy Ford pleaded guilty to initiation of a process to manufacture meth and received an eight year sentence to be served at 30%. She must undergo an alcohol and drug assessment. Ford was fined $2,000 and given jail credit of 169 days. The sentence is to run concurrently with a probation violation against her.

24 year old Travis D. Rich pleaded guilty to promotion of the manufacture of meth. He received a two year sentence but was given credit for 170 days of time served. He must undergo an alcohol and drug assessment and follow the recommendations. Rich was fined $2,000. The sentence is to run concurrently with a violation of probation case against him.

39 year old Michael Shane Wilcher pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor offense of unlawful photographing and was granted judicial diversion supervised probation for a period of 11 months and 29 days. He must perform eight hours of community service.

40 year old Amy Rachel Vanatta pleaded guilty to unlawful photographing and was granted judicial diversion supervised probation for a period of 11 months and 29 days. She must perform eight hours of community service

28 year old Steven Bly pleaded guilty to aggravated criminal trespassing and received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days all suspended to supervised probation. He must make restitution of $1,000 and is under a restraining order to keep away from the victim.

40 year old William Ray Roller, Jr. pleaded guilty to promotion of meth. He received a two year sentence and was fined $2,000. He was given jail credit of 305 days.

47 year old Scott Ferrell pleaded guilty to theft over $500 and received a two year sentence all suspended to supervised probation. The sentence is to run consecutively to a violation of probation case against him.

31 year old Chris M. Pack pleaded guilty to attempted aggravated burglary and received a two year sentence. He must make restitution in an amount yet to be determined. Pack was given jail credit of 114 days.

26 year old Brandon Thomas pleaded guilty to initiation of a process to manufacture methamphetamine. He received an eight year sentence on community corrections. Thomas was fined $2,000 and assessed a cost for cleanup.

32 year old Paul A. Willingham pleaded guilty to aggravated criminal trespassing and received a suspended sentence of 11 months and 29 days. He will be on supervised probation and he must make restitution to the victims in the amount of $10,800.

27 year old Jessica Dyal pleaded guilty to theft under $500 and was given ten days to serve. She will then be on supervised probation. Dyal must make a $75 contribution to the economic crime fund

27 year old Shannon Anderson pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary and theft over $1,000. He received a five year sentence for the burglary and four years in the theft case all suspended to supervised probation by community corrections. The two sentences are to run concurrently. Anderson must pay $150 to the economic crime fund and undergo an alcohol and drug assessment. He was given jail credit of 34 days. Anderson must also pay restitution in an amount yet to be determined.

30 year old Kenneth Adam Wright pleaded guilty to a second offense of driving under the influence. He received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days suspended to CPS probation, except for 45 days to serve. Wright must undergo an alcohol and drug assessment and follow the recommended treatment. He must also participate in an alcohol safety education program and pay a fine of $615. He will lose his license for two years.

30 year old Tiffany Greer pleaded guilty to aggravated burglary and received a three year sentence in the community corrections program. She must make a $150 contribution to the economic crime fund and pay $925 in restitution. Greer was given jail credit from August 28 to December 22, 2011.

41 year old Daniel Mayo pleaded guilty to possession of a schedule II controlled substance for resale and driving under the influence. He received a three year sentence in the drug case and 11 months and 29 days for the DUI all suspended to supervised probation except for time served. The sentences are to run concurrently. Mayo was fined $2,000 and he will lose his license for a period of time. Mayo was given jail credit of 246 days.

50 year old Kenny Herman pleaded guilty to driving under the influence and received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days all suspended to community corrections supervised probation except for 48 hours to serve. He will lose his license for a period of time. The sentence is to run concurrently with his current probation. He is to report to jail when medically able.

26 year old Jessica R. Bogle pleaded guilty to promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine and received a three year sentence suspended to 29 days of time served with the balance to be served on community corrections. She was fined $2,000. Bogle was given jail credit of 29 days.

29 year old Bradley Shane Redman pleaded guilty to assault and received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days on probation to run concurrently with state probation.

40 year old Wanda Mathis pleaded guilty to delivery of a schedule II controlled substance and received a three year sentence on TDOC probation. She must undergo an alcohol and drug assessment. Mathis was fined $2,000 and she must make restitution of $50 to the Smithville Police Department.

31 year old Jessie Adcock pleaded guilty to auto burglary and theft over $1,000. He received a two year sentence in each case to run concurrently with each other all suspended to supervised probation except for 90 days to serve. Adcock was given jail credit for 90 days.

23 year old Matthew Wilbur pleaded guilty to sale of a schedule VI controlled substance and received a two year sentence all suspended to supervised probation. He was fined $2,000.

27 year old William Corey Dickens pleaded guilty to two counts of theft over $1,000 and received a two year sentence in each case to run concurrently all suspended to supervised probation except for 250 days to serve. He must make restitution of $7,500 to one victim and $6,000 to the other. Dickens was given jail credit of 170 days.

29 year old Elizabeth Chalfant pleaded guilty to driving under the influence and received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days all suspended except for time served. She will lose her license for a period of time and must undergo an alcohol and drug assessment.

36 year old Juan Adam Valdivia pleaded guilty to a second offense of driving on a revoked license and received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days on supervised probation. He will lose his license for a period of time.

37 year old James W. Goodman pleaded guilty to manufacture of methamphetamine and received a three year sentence to serve supervised by community corrections. He was fined $2,000.

24 year old Coty Lynn McCormick pleaded guilty to simple assault and received a sentence of 11 months and 29 days on probation to run consecutive to a probation violation against him. He must pay restitution to the victim in the amount of $43,506 receiving credit for any amount paid by the Tennessee Victims Compensation Fund.

42 year old Kathy Roller pleaded guilty to promotion of the manufacture of meth and possession of a schedule II controlled substance for resale and received a three year sentence to serve in each case to run concurrently. She was fined $2,000. Roller was given jail credit of 224 days.

42 year old David Anderson pleaded guilty to promotion of the manufacture of methamphetamine and received a two year sentence suspended to state probation. He must undergo an alcohol and drug assessment and follow recommendations. Anderson was fined $2,000 and given 170 days of jail credit.

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