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CROSSVILLE POLICE SERVE SEVERAL WARRANTS IN 1 DAY

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Crossville Authorities were busy last Thursday handing out a multitude of outstanding warrants. Officers were called to Woodmere Mall on a suspicious person call. 31-year-old Levi Miller was stopped outside of the Western Travel business. He was served an attachment warrant. That same day, a man, who identified himself as Andrew Cassey, was stopped for speeding. It was later discovered that he was in reality, 27-year-old Bradley Bernard Hill. He was also found to have outstanding warrants on probation violation and failure to appear. Police arrived at a residence on Hillcrest Drive and served Miguel Francisco an active warrant for failure to appear. City units were sent to the area of KFC for the report of a man beating on the restaurant’s windows. Officers spotted a man matching the suspect’s description behind the National Guard Armory just across the street. Timothy Dean Barnes was served an active failure to appear warrant. He was taken to the Justice Center and booked.


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