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COOKEVILLE OFFICER PLACED ON ADMIN LEAVE AFTER WHITE COUNTY INCIDENT

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A Cookeville Police Officer has been placed on administrative leave after an incident in White County. A press release states that Officer Kyle Farley was placed on leave after he was arrested in White County Thursday by deputies working along with the District Attorney’s Office. WCSO Public Information Officer Cami Howard says that Farley was charged with domestic and aggravated assault. No further information was available.

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