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In news today…
Over the last several weeks, the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office received multiple reports of thefts and burglaries in the North West area of the county.
Upon investigation, multiple search warrants were served and evidence was obtained to link several of the crimes together. BCSO Criminal Investigations Division detectives were able to identify Jeffery Griffith, Tiffany Layne, and Matthew Layne as suspects in one of the burglaries. The stolen property that was located during the searches has since been returned to the victims.
Jeffery Griffith was arrested for Aggravated Burglary and Theft Over $10,000. Tiffany Layne was also arrested for Aggravated Burglary, and Theft Over $10,000. Matthew Layne was arrested on multiple warrants for Aggravated Burglary, two counts of Theft Over $10,000, two counts of Theft Over $2,500, Theft Under $1,000, and Probation Violation.
Prior to their arrest, Jeffery Griffith and Matthew Layne were included on BCSO’s Top 10 Most Wanted list
Also in news today…
On Tuesday, November 30th, a joint investigation between the Cleveland Police Department and the Federal Bureau of Investigation resulted in the arrests of two individuals in connection with the robbery of Southern Heritage Bank on November 24th.
Marcus Edward, a 22-year-old sex offender out of Knoxville, was arrested and charged with Aggravated Robbery, Felon in Possession of a Firearm, and Violation of the Sex Offender Registry.
Brittany Lashay Moses, age 22, a resident of Cleveland, was arrested and charged with Accessory after the Fact and Attempted Tampering with Evidence.
The quick apprehension of the suspect would not have been possible without the assistance and cooperation between the Cleveland Police Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, and the 10th Judicial District Attorney General’s Office.
Two people were shot, one fatally, following a pair of basketball games Tuesday night at a Tennessee high school.
Humboldt Police Chief Reynard Buchanan Sr. told the Jackson Sun, “We know of one who was deceased, and another was flown to The Med in Memphis and was in surgery last I heard.” He added that others were injured but that none of those injuries were life-threatening.
Humboldt Police received a call at 8:30 p.m. about shots fired at Humboldt High School. Officers and agents from Humboldt, Gibson County Sheriff, Medina Police, Tennessee Highway Patrol and Tennessee Bureau of Investigation responded to the scene.
Humboldt City Schools Superintendent Janice Epperson said in a statement late Tuesday that the altercation happened between two adults and no Humboldt students were involved or injured.
Buchanan said one person was in custody. Although no charges have been filed against the person, he is in custody for investigative purposes.
Humboldt is about 90 miles northeast of Memphis.