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Here is today's news on mymix1041.com, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland: Topping our news today, from the Cleveland Daily Banner… A Cleveland man wa

Here is today’s news on mymix1041.com, sponsored by Toyota of Cleveland:

Topping our news today, from the Cleveland Daily Banner…

A Cleveland man was arrested Sunday and charged with one count of accessory to first-degree murder, as well as on two other counts.

According to the Bradley County Sheriff’s Office, accessory suspect Jason Ladon White, 48, of 737 Weeks Drive N.E., was also arrested on two other counts – failure to appear (purse snatching and theft of property); and failure to appear (tampering with evidence).

White failed to appear in court on June 7.

He is currently being held at the Bradley County Jail on a $1,000 bond for the purse snatching and theft of property charge and a $100,000 bond for accessory to first-degree murder and tampering with evidence.

White has been previously arrested by the Cleveland Police Department for criminal trespass and domestic assault.

No other information was available.

Also from The Banner…

The decisive moment regarding the fate of Tennova-Cleveland’s and Erlanger Health System’s proposed freestanding emergency facilities is approaching.

The State of Tennessee Health Services and Development Agency hearings for each healthcare provider’s certificate of need (or CON) will be at 8:30 a.m. Central Time Wednesday in House Hearing Room 1 in the Cordell Hull Building in Nashville.

Erlanger will make the first presentation, followed by Tennova. It will be the culmination of months of effort by the two healthcare providers who each want to construct a 24-hour freestanding Level IV emergency facility in Cleveland. Tennova’s proposed facility is to be located on Stuart Road in north Cleveland. The proposed Erlanger facility is to be located on Exit 20 in southwest Cleveland.

Both providers are seeking to address overcrowded conditions at their hospital-based emergency rooms caused by an increase in population in Cleveland, as well as by the closing of Copper Basin Medical Center in Polk County.

From the Chattanoogan…

Longtime WGOW Talk Radio personality Jeff Styles has been placed on leave after getting arrested for using a hatchet and getting shot during a road rage incident.

Station officials said Styles has been placed on leave while they conduct an internal investigation of the events that transpired on Friday, June 15th.

The incident happened on Highway 153 near Gwyn Road.

The other person involved, Nick Bullington, drove away before contacting police.

He said he fired a shot after Styles broke out the driver’s side window with the tomahawk.

Lee Davis, attorney for the radio personality, said Bullington drove recklessly for some distance and displayed a gun in a threatening manner.

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