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Truck driver’s friend leaves with his jeans

A woman who has been riding with an over-the-road truck driver for the past two months stole two pairs of his jeans and left a Shelbyville motel Thursday., police said,

The driver stopped in Shelbyville for a day to see doctors, returned to the motel about 6 p.m. and saw the woman and a friend walking away with her belongings. He checked the truck and discovered the jeans missing.

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The following were charged since Thursday by the Bedford County Sheriff’s Office, Shelbyville Police Department, Tennessee Highway Patrol or 17th Judicial District Drug Task Force. They are only charged; guilt or innocence will be determined by the courts.

•Cassie Roseanne Bowers, 38, Temple Ford Lane; violation of probation; held for Hickman County

•Timothy Dean Brawley, 49, Tullahoma; driving on revoked license (third offense), speeding; held for General Sessions Court

•Courtney Michelle Fears, 22, Mount Herman Road; theft of property; held, $1,000 bond

•Amanda Jane Flum, 41, Wesley Street; violation of probation; released, $2,500 bond

•Kenneth David Hren, 32, Depot Street; violation of probation; released on recognizance

•Sami Isamaill Ibraham, 34, Joint Base Lewis McChord, Washington state; harassment (two counts); released, no bond

•Robert Owen Long, 30, Coldwater, Mississippi; failure to appear; held, $50,000 bond

•Heather Michelle Martin, 30, Evans Street; failure to appear; held, $1,000 bond

•Heather Nicole Minor, 38, Carter Street; public intoxication; released, $1,000 bond

•Shirley Kay Rodriguez, 57, Ridgeway Avenue; violation of probation; released, $1,000 bond

•Paul Carlton Woodstock, 41, Carter Street; capias, failure to appear, bondsman surrender; held, $4,500 bond


Police: Teen run over after bailing from stolen truck in La Vergne

LA VERGNE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A teenager is in the hospital Wednesday night with serious injuries after he reportedly bailed from a moving truck.

La Vergne police told News 2 an officer spotted the truck driving 70 mph in a 20 mph zone early Wednesday evening.

The officer reportedly attempted to conduct a traffic stop when the driver, a juvenile, kept going down Abingdon Drive.

(Courtesy: La Vergne Police Department)

The truck then turned onto Banbury Court when the teenager reportedly bailed from the truck while it was still moving.

The juvenile was then run over the truck before it hit a nearby tree. Police said he suffered serious but non-life threatening injuries.

La Vergne police told News 2 the truck had been reported stolen out of Nashville earlier Wednesday morning.

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Bayview Kenworth opens new dealership in New Brunswick

JACKSONVILLE, N.B. – Bayview Kenworth has opened a newly renovated Kenworth parts and service dealership in Jacksonville, New Brunswick.

The new facility is 19,000 sq.-ft. and feature eight service bays. There’s also a 2,500 sq.-ft. parts department. The dealership also offers showers for drivers, and a driver’s lounge with a large flat screen television and vending machines.

“Our equipment customers in the area have an increased need for truck parts and service, so we decided now was the right time to open Bayview Kenworth – Woodstock to fill that demand. I anticipate our truck parts and service business to grow, along with interest in Kenworth trucks and the PACCAR MX engine,” said Mike Nagle, dealer principal of Bayview Kenworth.

The dealership is located at 32 Sawyer Road. Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday. The phone number is 506-325-1420 or toll-free 800-561-9911.

The facility is overseen by branch manager Chris Foster, parts manager Adam Lee, and service manager Clayton Shears. The dealership offers full warranty support for the Paccar MX-11 and Paccar MX-13 engines.