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Spring City Man Arrested For Illegal Gambling Machine

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has obtained an indictment for a McMinn County man accused of illegally possessing a gambling device at a bar he owns.

Kirby Avenue shooting

The victim suffered a single gunshot to the leg.
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Two suspects in Lookout Valley triple homicide appear in court

"Derek said make sure they're all dead," said the witness.
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Teen Arrested For Setting Fire At Group Home

Chattanooga Firefighters put out a small blaze at the Scholze Adolescent Center, and determined it was deliberately set.
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DeKalb County Cattle Theft Arrests

Deputies arrest two men for cattle theft.
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Calhoun High School Students Turn Themselves In

The Gilmer County Sheriff's Office tells us that three teenagers have been charged in a rape investigation.
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DeKalb County Stolen Cows and Farm Equipment

There's also a $2500 reward being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever is responsible.
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Family Speaks About Donnie Brantley’s Dismissed Murder Charge

We're learning more about why a murder charge was dropped against a Bradley County man earlier this week. Five years ago, Marsha Brantley disappeared. Authorities believe her husband, Donnie Brantley, killed her, but her body has not turned up. The case was supposed to go to trial this week, but Marsha's family members essentially called it off. WDEF News 12's Alisha Searl spoke to them Wednesday afternoon.
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Lakesite Family Cites Years of Vandalism

A Lakesite family says they're fed up with the vandalism that has been going in their community.
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Murder Charge Dismissed in Donnie Brantley Case

A Bradley County murder trial ends before it even starts. As of Monday morning, the charges against Donnie Brantley have been dismissed. He was accused of murdering his wife Marsha in 2009, but her body was never found. Neighbors reported her missing. Last August, Brantley was indicted, and this week his trial was supposed to start. But, as News 12's Alisha Searl found out, there was conflict among the district attorney's office that prevented the case from being prosecuted.

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