Friday , 17 August 2018

Tuesday, May 8th

Here is today’s news on mymix1041.com, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland:

From WRCB Channel 3…

One Cleveland police officer is trending on social media because he paid for a family’s groceries.

Officer Mike Kelly says he was working a security job at Walmart when he saw a man and his four children trying to get food.

He saw there was an issue with the payment and jumped in to help.

Kelly says because he is a school resource officer, kids hold a special spot in his heart. He spent about 80 dollars to buy the family a full buggy of groceries.

Kelly says he didn’t pay for the groceries to bring himself attention but instead to encourage others to do random acts of kindness.

From NewsChannel 9…

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation added an accused murderer from Columbia, Tenn. to its Top 10 Most Wanted List on Monday.

Clifton Craig, 30, is facing a first-degree murder charge in connection to the death of 47-year-old Derrick Brandon Wells on early Sunday morning.

Columbia Police said Wells was found with multiple gunshot wounds on the 900 block of Riverside Drive. He later died from his injuries at the hospital.

Police identified Clifton Craig and Kavaris Booker as the murder suspects. Craig is believed to be in the Chattanooga area.

Craig is described as black man with black hair and brown eyes, standing 6′ 3″, weighing 187 lbs. He’s believed to be armed and dangerous according to the CPD.

Anyone who sees him should call 1-800-TBI-FIND immediately.

From the Cleveland Daily Banner…

A trio of Tennessee Valley Authority administrators delivered the keynote address during a recent luncheon of the Cleveland Kiwanis Club at the Elks Lodge, and they brought along some “Dam” cards.

Upon inquiry, the trio discussed the Ocoee River in Polk County, emphasizing that a special program is planned for Monday, May 14, at the rafting venue’s entrance ramp.

There will be an official kickoff to the 2018 rafting season, and a celebration of the recent 15-year agreement between the state and the rafters’ association for continued water releases along the river.