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Story by Destiny Mizell / Contributing Writer In recent years, there has been a rise in sex trafficking in Middle Tennessee. Sex trafficking is a form of modern-day slavery. A U.S. Department of State fact sheet from January defined sex trafficking as “the range of activities involved when a trafficker uses force, fraud, or coercion …

After Middle Tennessee State University officials became suspicious of MTSU students Mohamed Gure and Mohamed Osman, an investigation determined they stole $114,145 from the University, according to News 4 Nashville. During the investigation led by Tennessee Comptroller’s Office and the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, it was discovered that Gore and Osman had been submitting false …

Photo and story Stephen Thomas Officers from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Tennessee State Troopers and Alaska State Troopers discussed what it takes to be an officer in the modern era in the Student Union on Tuesday. The triumvirate panel was moderated by MTSU Professor Lynda Williams.    The questions varied in content from personal, physical and …

Photo courtesy of The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Kirby Wallace was arrested without incident by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation in Stewart County Friday morning after a week-long manhunt for his suspected killing of two people and severe injuring of a third in two separate Middle Tennessee homes, according to a report by The Tennessean. The manhunt …

Photo courtesy of Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office / Facebook  Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office detective Jason Mathis was placed on administrative leave during investigations internally and by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, according to a statement sent by the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office. Mathis had worked at the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office for 20 years. Sidelines …

Photo and story by Karly Cordell / MTSU Sidelines MTSU Police officers took part in a “Just and Fair Policing” training course at MTSU on Tuesday with the goal to build trust and strengthen relationships between law enforcement and the community. The training was led by MTSU Police Sgt. Jason Hurley, who started the training by …