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Obituaries

Robert H. Worley, 53

LEBANON — Funeral services have been scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, March 13 at the Wilson County Funeral Home for Mr. Worley, 53, of Lebanon.

A 1975 graduate of Lebanon High School where he played football for the Blue Devils, Mr. Worley died Wednesday morning, March 11, 2009 at his residence.

Visitation at Wilson County Funeral Home of Lebanon, 618 S. Maple Street Thursday 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Chapel service will immediately follow with burial in the Memorial Gardens.

Survivors include: his wife Brenda, daughter Keisha (Rory) Walker of Hendersonville and son Robby (Kim) Fields of Lebanon.

Also surviving are siblings Dennis (Tammy) Worley and Bonnie Worley Baynes; grandchildren Chris and Ashley Fields and God-children Elizabeth and Gracie Brown.

Mr. Worley was preceded in death by his father, brother and one sister.

Wilson County Funeral Home, 618 S. Maple Street, is in charge of arrangements.

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General News

MJ woman charged with aggravated statutory rape
 

 Tammy Graves

Metro Nashville Police Sex Crimes detectives Thursday arrested a Juvenile Court employee who is a resident of Mt. Juliet on charges of aggravated statutory rape and contributing to the delinquency of a minor after an investigation showed she engaged in a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old boy a short time after he was released from the Juvenile Detention Center.

Tammy Graves, 42, of Timber Trail Drive in Mt. Juliet, worked in a clerical role on child support matters and part-time in the detention area. Detectives learned it was Graves’ part-time job that resulted in her meeting the 17-year-old earlier this year while he was incarcerated. During an interview with detectives yesterday, Graves admitted that after the teenager’s release last month, she took him to a home on Meridian Street where the two drank vodka and engaged in sex.

The Sex Crimes Unit’s investigation began after Juvenile Court officials became suspicious of Graves’ behavior and requested that the police department become involved.

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