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THREE JUVENILES IN TROUBLE WITH THE LAW FOLLOWING INCIDENTS

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Three juveniles in Crossville are in trouble with the law following different incidents that took place yesterday (Tuesday, August 22, 2017). According to reports from the Crossville Police Department, the first incident involved a 16-year-old male involved in an accident and the vehicle was parked near New Lantana Road and Miller Bypass. The male was arrested for underage consumption of alcohol and transported to juvenile detention. Officers then responded to Stone Memorial High School where a 16-year-old male was allegedly in possession of a broken glass pipe and a small amount of marijuana. He was cited for possession of a Schedule VI drug and possession of drug paraphernalia and released into the custody of his mother. Police responded to Centennial Park where a 17-year-old male allegedly drove a car up an embankment on the grass creating damage next to the basketball court. The 17-year-old was banned from the park and charges are pending.

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