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AUTHORITIES NAB TWO SUSPECTED OF VANDALISM AT CROSSVILLE LONG JOHN SILVERS

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Crossville Police have charged two suspects in a vandalism that took place at the Long John Silver’s Restaurant. Officers say they were called to the business Thursday night after a worker had reported his vehicle was vandalized and that he observed two men running from the area. The owner’s vehicle, a 1994 Ford Explorer, had a busted windshield and slashed tires. Cumberland County Deputies made contact with two men, 27-year-old Daniel Barnes, and 33-year-old Timothy Price, running in a field in the vicinity. Both men had a flashlight and several CD’s which had been identified by the owner of the Explorer. Both Barnes and Price were charged with vandalism and theft.

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