Sheriff’s Office Warns Of Mail Thefts In Hamilton County

The Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Is Advising Citizens That We Are Experiencing Several Mail Thefts Throughout The County. Unfortunately, Mail Thefts Are Not Unusual And Usually Increase During The Holidays. Despite The Holidays Being Over, We Still Continue To See Random Mail Thefts Especially In Large Subdivisions.

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Smyrna Business Owner Arrested For Tax Evasion, Theft, And Money Laundering

The Special Investigations Section Of The Tennessee Department Of Revenue Conducted The Investigation That Led To The Indictment And Arrest Of Scharneitha Britton, Owner Of Kinfolks BBQ In Smyrna. Revenue Special Agents Arrested Britton, Age 66. Bond Was Set At $25,000.

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Former Shelby County Criminal Court Clerk Staffer Stole Cash From Evidence

An Investigation By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office, Working In Conjunction With The Tennessee Bureau Of Investigation, Has Resulted In The Indictment Of Former Shelby County Criminal Court Clerk Staffer Steven Sharp.

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Sentencing Hearing Delayed To Allow Former Rep. Robin Smith to Testify in Casada Trial

A Federal Judge Agreed To Grant A Temporary Delay For The Sentencing Hearing Of Former State Representative Robin Smith Until January 30, 2023. The Delay Was Approved So She Can Testify Against Former House Speaker Glen Casada.

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Former Austin Peay Track And Cross Country Coach Misappropriated $30,600

The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Has Released An Investigation Involving Douglas Molnar, Who Served As Austin Peay State University’s (APSU) Head Track And Field And Cross Country Coach From September 2004 Until June 2019. Investigators Determined That Molnar Misappropriated APSU Funds Totaling At Least $30,600.45.

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Former West Creek Middle School Basketball Coach Indicted For Theft

An Investigation By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office Has Resulted In The Indictment Of Julius Colemon, A Former Boys’ Basketball Coach At West Creek Middle School In Clarksville. The Investigation Began After The Comptroller’s Office Received Allegations From School Officials.

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Former Anderson County Schools Employee Stole More Than $23,000

An Investigation By The Tennessee Comptroller’s Office, Working In Conjunction With The Anderson County Sheriff’s Office, Has Resulted In The Indictment Of Heather Heatherly, A Former Office Assistant In Anderson County School’s Office Of Student Services. Heatherly Stole At Least $23,311.

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