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A reward is being offered for information leading to the arrest of a former Warren County resident who is wanted for shooting into a home in Franklin County last week.
Authorities in Franklin County say a $1,000 reward is being offered to anyone who can lead them to the whereabouts of Marc Castle.
Castle has been at large since the shooting incident on Tuesday.
Castle has a lengthy criminal record, which include involvement in the robbery of a financial institution in McMinnville when he was a teenager in the early 1990's.
Anyone knowing his whereabouts should call 911.
A house near the Warren County Fairgrounds was destroyed by fire late Friday night. The house was located at the corner of Linkley Street and Kayla Lane.
The fire was reported at around midnight Friday. By the time firefighters arrived, the house was totally engulfed in flames. The family renting the house was not at home at the time.
Firefighters from North Warren and Centertown responded to the fire. The cause of the fire remains under investigation.
In high school basketball Friday night: Cumberland County swept Warren County in a district doubleheader at WCHS.
The Lady Jets hit eight three pointers in the first half en route to a 74-43 win over the Lady Pioneers.
In boys' action, the Jets pulled away early to defeat the Pioneers 56-33.
Warren County travels to White County Tuesday night.
The first mandatory Tennessee Promise meeting for WCHS applicants is Monday evening at 5:30pm in the high school cafeteria. Sign-in will begin at 5pm and the meeting will last one hour.
The meeting is mandatory for students to remain eligible for Tennessee Promise. Parents are being encouraged to attend, but they cannot attend in place of the student.
Tennessee Promise allows high school graduates to attend a Tennessee community college tuition-free for two years. The program begins this year.
The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen will meet Tuesday night to consider three resolutions and one ordinance.
The resolution would authorize the acceptance of bids for police vehicles and a measure to authorize a change-order on renovations to the Park Theater.
The ordinance on the agenda would amend the personnel rules and regulations.
Tuesday night's meeting begins at 7pm at City Hall.