From the Tennova Healthcare Cleveland News Desk, here is your news for Friday, June 9th, on Mix 104-1 and Talk 101-3 The Buzz.
Topping our news today…
Detectives are asking for the public’s assistance with identifying a male who entered into a residence in the northern part of Bradley County.
The male is being sought as a suspect in the residential burglary, and anybody with information is asked to call Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Crime Tip Line at 423-728-7336 or send a private message to the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office Faceobok page.
All calls and messages are kept confidential.
From the Chattanoogan…
The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released two studies Thursday detailing the volume and nature of crime on school campuses and crimes identified as being domestic violence in nature. The annual studies compile crime data submitted to TBI by the state’s law enforcement agencies through the Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System.
Among the findings of “Domestic Violence 2016”: A total of 78,100 domestic violence offenses were reported in 2016, representing a 0.4 percent increase over 2015. Simple Assault accounted for 66.7 percent of all reported domestic violence offenses. Females were three times as likely to be victimized as males, and accounted for 71.5 percent of reported victims.
Among the findings of “School Crime 2014-2016”: Overall, the number of offenses reported as having occurred in school decreased 8.8 percent from 2014 to 2016. Simple Assault was the most frequently reported offense. The largest percentage of reported offenses occurred between 12-2:59 p.m. The month of September had the highest frequency of reported school crimes.
Both reports are currently available for review on the TBI’s website: www.tn.gov/tbi
From the Cleveland Daily Banner…
The parking lot at Bradley Square Mall on Saturday will be inundated with older and unusual vehicles, and just some classic autos, during a car show hosted by the Bradley County chapter of the Disabled American Veterans.
The car show will begin at 5 p.m. and last up to dusk at 9 p.m., and all the proceeds from the event will benefit local veterans assistance.
Cost to enter a vehicle in the show is $15, but the true value of the car show is not to view the vehicles, but get a chance to speak to veterans who will be there, and thank them for their service to the country.
The DAV car show has been helping for many years in Cleveland, and will continue through the summer on the second Saturday of the month.
There is no early registration necessary. Just show up at the show with your vehicle.
This has been your local and state news. You can get news anytime by visiting our website, mymix1041.com, powered by Pioneer Credit. From the Tennova Healthcare Cleveland News Desk, this is Jeremy Gault reporting.