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Video by Taylor Cole / Contributing Writer Photo and story by Eric Goodwin / Assistant News Editor In order to raise money for victims of domestic violence, members of MTSU’s sorority chapter of Alpha Chi Omega participated in “Pie an Alpha Chi” on Friday in front of the Student Union Building. Anyone with a spare …

Photo Courtesy of City of Murfreesboro Murfreesboro Firefighter Britt Gammon resumed his duties on July 8 following the outcome of a TBI investigation into allegations that Gammon was involved in statutory rape, sexual exploitation of a minor and child pornography. Gammon faces a two-day unpaid suspension at the beginning of August. Gammon was placed on …

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation responded to Murfreesboro late Wednesday afternoon after a Rutherford County Sherriff’s Office deputy shot and injured 54-year-old Jeffery Underhill. According to TBI Public Information Officer Susan Niland, the shooting occurred around 3 p.m. in a driveway on Springs Road after a “physical altercation” between Underhill and the deputy.   Middle …

Murfreesboro Police responded to a shooting in the 7 Star Hookah parking lot at 1104 Memorial Blvd. Sunday morning at approximately 3:00 a.m. The manager of 7 Star Hookah reported to the dispatched police that there was a group of men and women in the parking lot fighting, and one person started shooting. Vehicles were …

Murfreesboro Police chase

A car chase resulting in an officer-involved shooting occurred Sunday night at the Regal Inn in Murfreesboro and is currently being investigated by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. At 7:11 p.m., officers responded to reports of an individual issuing a general threat to three children inside his vehicle in the motel parking lot located on S …

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 …