Here is today's news on mymix1041.com, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: From Fox 17 Nashville… Tennessee House Minority Leader Karen Camper has tes
Here is today’s news on mymix1041.com, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland:
From Fox 17 Nashville…
Tennessee House Minority Leader Karen Camper has tested positive for COVID-19.
The Memphis democrat representing District 87 in Memphis started feeling ill last week at the start of the legislature’s special session. After seeking medical attention, an initial test did not detect the virus.
After returning home to Memphis and placing herself under quarantine as a precaution, it was determined Rep. Camper had contracted the virus.
In a statement from the legislature, Leader Camper is recovering at home currently and is asking for privacy as she does so.
In news today…
On Thursday, Cleveland City Schools was notified by the Bradley County Health Department that individuals at Candy’s Creek Cherokee Elementary School and Cleveland Middle School have tested positive for COVID19.
Per established protocol, the schools have thoroughly cleaned and disinfected the spaces where the individuals were present.
Following the guidelines set forth by the Tennessee Department of Health and the Tennessee Department of Education contact tracing at the school will take place and anyone in close contact (someone who was within 6 feet of an infected person for 10 minutes or more) with these individuals will be notified. If you were notified that your child needs to be quarantined, they may not attend school or any school activities. However, they should continue working digitally in order to be counted present.
The individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 will not be allowed to return to school for a minimum of 10 days. Classes will continue their regular schedule.
From WRCB Channel 3…
A 19-year-old male was arrested after video showed him strangling his mother, according to a Hamilton County affidavit.
According to an affidavit, Chattanooga police officers conducted a well-being check at 2671 Waterhaven Drive on August 19 around 2:30 p.m. after a man reviewed a video of his son, Garrett Behlau, strangling his mom, 54-year-old Theresa Behlau, until she was lifeless. The video also showed Garrett Behlau dragging his mom’s body out of the view of the camera.
The man, Warren Behlau, was about eight hours away out-of-state.
Upon arrival, police found Garrett Behlau sitting on the floor in his bedroom. Garrett Behlau told the police that his mom was in the woods.
Police searched the woods and found Theresa Behlau dead with saran wrap wrapped around her head.
The affidavit also said the video showed Garrett Behlau attempting to clean up the crime scene and dragging his mom through the patio area.
CPD said Garrett Behlau has been charged with Criminal Homicide, Abuse of a Corpse, and Tampering with Evidence. He is currently in custody at the Hamilton County Jail.