A man convicted by a Rutherford County Circuit Court jury on three counts of especially aggravated kidnapping and three counts of aggravated assault is evidently out of luck.
More reports of counterfeit money have funneled into the local police department this week.
Another case of phony money has been reported in Murfreesboro. This time around, the fake cash appeared at the McDonald's drive thru on Sunday.
A manager at the restaurant called the police to report that two white female's wearing hoodies came in to buy food using a fake $50.
After being caught on hidden camera allegedly beating chickens with spiked clubs, Thomas and Susan Blassingame of T & S Farm in Dukedom, Tennessee, pled guilty to one count each of animal cruelty in the Weakley County, Tennessee General Sessions Court. ts.
A man and a woman accused of passing off counterfeit money as real have been arrested in Murfreesboro.
Most would admit, it is not normal behavior to climb into a drive-thru window at a fast food eatery. However abnormal that may be, it happened at McDonalds on South East Broad Street in Murfreesboro on St. Patty's Day.
"They are one of the largest purchasers of beef, pork and chicken in the U.S.," says Clough. "This commitment from McDonald's would really help tackle the growing public health crisis of antibiotics resistance."
An Eagleville man faces various charges after being found by police face-down under a table at the McDonalds on S.E. Broad Street. Thirty-four year old Joseph Dyer of Rocky Glade Road was reportedly found by police under a table at the restaurant and when approached by authorities, allegedly began yelling profanities and disrupting guests.
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