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Photos courtesy of Metro Police. Deondre Sanders is on the left, Tre’Von Sanders, the right.  Former MTSU Track runner Tre’Von Sanders, along with his brother Deondre Sanders, were arrested and charged for the September stabbing death of Cedric Thompson, a 27-year old Nashville resident, according to an official release from the Metro Nashville Police Department. …

A Murfreesboro man was been arrested early Sunday morning in connection to the death of his wife. According to the official press release, Murfreesboro Police responded to a domestic situation at 2:55 a.m. at 417 Sunset Avenue. The preliminary investigation revealed Martin Benito Montemayor, 54, killed his wife, Judith Montemayor, 53. Photo courtesy of the …

Two men were taken into custody by the West Tennessee Drug Task Force for a murder-for-hire plot stretching from Humboldt to Murfreesboro. The plan, which was foiled just three hours before the murder was to occur on Feb. 7, according to the press release, was organized by Stephen Taylor of Murfreesboro and Gregory Barnes of …

Photo courtesy of Casey Lawhorn / Facebook Latest update: A body has been found in Vossburg, Mississippi. It is believed to be the body of Casey Lawhorn, according to the Jasper County Sheriff’s Department Facebook page.  Update: Lawhorn’s vehicle was located in Jasper County, Mississippi, but Lawhorn was not inside the vehicle, according to reports …

Photo courtesy of  Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office Shanterrica Madden, the convicted killer of Lady Raider basketball player Tina Stewart, filed a third appeal on her case and was turned down according to the Court of Criminal Appeals filings on Thursday. According to WMOT, an altercation occurred between Madden and Stewart after Stewart called the police …

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation released its 2014 ‘Crime in Tennessee’ report earlier today. The annual study compiles data reported from each law enforcement agency in the state. Some of the report’s findings include: Overall, reported incidents dropped in the Group A (counted by offenses) category by 2.4% and by 2.5% in the Group B …