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McMinnville Police say four people were picked up on drug and weapons charges following a traffic stop. Police pulled over a 1997 Toyota for a broken brake light earlier this month. After getting permission to search the vehicle, one of the suspects handed the officer a baggie containing meth. A search of the vehicle also turned up more meth along with guns and a large amount of cash.
Police arrested 25 year old Ashley Hernandez, 35 year old Shane Gardner, 42 year old Rebecca Watson and 35 year old Marcus Giles. They are all charged with possession of meth for resale. Gardner also faces a charge of possession of a weapon by a convicted felon.
The McMinnville Board of Mayor and Aldermen Tuesday night approved first reading of an ordinance to appropriate funds to certain nonprofit organizations in the total amount of $313,479.
The board also approved a resolution to enter into a lease agreement with Red Road Business Partners for the Police Department.
The board gave its approval of an event to be held to encourage voter registration. The event will be held on September 27th, which is National Voter Registration Day. It will be held on the grassy lot downtown that evening from 5-7pm. There will be refreshments available and people will be able to register to vote at the event.
You can hear Tuesday night's board meeting in its entirety Wednesday at 10am and 5pm on 960 WBMC.
Tennessee officials are scrambling to avoid losing $60 million in federal road funding because of a new state law that runs afoul of zero-tolerance standards for underage drivers who have been drinking.
Federal guidelines suggest a strict 0.02 percent allowable blood alcohol content for drivers under the legal drinking age. The new Tennessee law raises that limit to 0.08 for 18- to 20-year-olds but metes out the stronger penalties for offenders.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Monday that it will withhold the 8 percent of Tennessee's federal highway funding if the state is not in compliance by Oct. 1.
The state Transportation Department argues that another state law prohibits minors from having a blood alcohol content above 0.02 percent, and that that should count toward compliance with zero tolerance.
State Sen. Janice Bowling will be in McMinnville Thursday to hold a Town Hall Meeting with constituents.
The meeting will begin at 1pm in the Magnolia Room at the Warren County Administrative Building.
After brief opening remarks, the Senator will answer questions from the audience. The public is invited.
A Coffee County man who was reported missing this week was found deceased Tuesday at a location in the Summitville area.
35 year old Benjamin Cox had been missing since last Wednesday. Coffee County deputies and Rescue Squad members have been searching the area, but were unable to find him until he was located Tuesday morning.
No foul play is suspected. An autopsy will be performed.