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Topping our news today, from the Cleveland Daily Banner…
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office recently arrested two federal fugitives in conjunction with the U.S. Marshals Service.
On Sept. 12, BCSO detectives were contacted by U.S. Marshals requesting assistance in going to a residence on Countrywood Drive in Bradley County to assist in the arrest of a federal fugitive, Jimmy Dean Lowe, 39, on a federal probation violation warrant.
When detectives arrived at the residence, they made contact with numerous persons including Lowe, who was apprehended without issue. Another person located at the residence was identified as Michael Eugene Robinson, 47, also with an outstanding federal warrant.
A search warrant was executed at the residence and two stolen motorcycles and a motorcycle engine were located.
Both Lowe and Robinson were federal fugitives. They were booked into the Bradley County Jail, each charged with theft over $1,000 by possession of stolen property in addition to their federal charges.
In news today…
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank the public for their help in identifying the suspect in Friday’s church vandalism in Bradley County.
A number of tops were received via phone and social media. As a result, detectives have been able to identify a male suspect, Dale Dockery, age 52.
After consulting with the District Attorney’s office, a misdemeanor charge of vandalism and a felony charge of civil rights intimidation have been filed. Mr. Dockery was arrested in Chattanooga on Sunday morning and is being held there with a hold from the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office.
The Cleveland Daily Banner reports…
Remote Area Medical CEO Jeff Eastman visited the Cleveland Kiwanis Club luncheon Thursday.
Eastman touched on the recent death of RAM founder and President Stan Brock, and informed the Kiwanians the global assistance agency will be going forward to assist those in need, as it has in the past. Several RAM clinics have been staged in Cleveland and Bradley County, with another tentatively scheduled for June 1-2, 2019.
From The Banner…
Saturday was a record day for the 12th annual Walk of Life Health Fair, sponsored by the 100 Black Men of Bradley County.
This year’s opportunity for health screenings and a pick-up of valuable information about community programs and events was attended heavily throughout the day at Bradley Square Mall.
According to the two 100 BMBC officials, this year had a record number of vendors who set up booths through the lobby and along the hallway of the mall. More than 40 vendors participated this year, along with a number of partnering civic organizations.
There were two mobile units in the parking lot providing free breast and lung screenings (from the Mary Ellen Locher Breast Center and CHI Memorial Mobile Lung Screening services).
With the success of this year’s Walk of Life Health Fair, officials of the 100 Black Men of Bradley County are looking for an even bigger, and better, 2019 fair.