A sobriety checkpoint will be dedicated to the memory of Clifton Braunwalder, a 13-year-old Boy Scout killed by an impaired driver four years ago.
During the media only event one of the guest speakers will hit close to home for Rutherford County families. Clifton Braunwalder, a 13-year-old Boy Scout who was struck and killed by an impaired driver in 2014...
Lascassas parents Norbert and Sondra Braunwalder wondered how they would memorialize their 13-year-old son, Clifton, on the first anniversary of his death. Now they know...
We have more information on a sobriety checkpoint set for April 10th in Rutherford County. The Rutherford County Sheriff's Office told WGNS on Thursday that the checkpoint is in memory of Clifton Braunwalder, the Murfreesboro Boy Scout who was changing the flat tire on his mother's car last April,
WGNS has just confirmed that the woman accused of running into a vehicle parked on the side of I-24 killing a 13-year old child who was changing a tire for his mother will be in court on Monday.
The Boys Scouts of America honored Clifton Braunwalder with the Spirit of the Eagle Award. A private ceremony was held yesterday (Sunday). The 13 year old was active in the Boy Scouts, along with his church family.
Friends and family of 13-year old Clifton Braunwalder are helping raise money to support the family. The teen was struck and killed last Thursday while changing the tire on his mother's car alongside I-24 in Smyrna.
The woman who is accused of hitting Clifton Braunwalder and his mother Sondra was released from jail after posting bond early Friday morning and then by mid-morning, she was back behind bars on new charges.
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