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General News

Car burglary suspects arrested

The Wilson Post

An 18-year-old man arrested and charged with vehicle burglaries in the Oak Hill subdivision in Lebanon is suspected of committing approximately 40 such incidents, along with two other people, one a juvenile.

Lebanon Police Chief Scott Bowen said the suspect, Andre A. Fleming, 18, of 215 Ward Street, Apartment B, Lebanon, was reinterviewed by authorities with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Wilson County Sheriffs Department on Wednesday night.

We believe that he and two others were involved in probably around 40 vehicle burglaries or more in Lebanon and Wilson County, Bowen said.


General Sports

CU opens homestand Monday

Fresh from a series sweep at Mid-south Conference rival Shawnee State, Cumberland's baseball team opens a six-game homestand Monday afternoon.

Here's a look at the schedule for the next three days.

Monday, March 11
1 PM Missouri Baptist, Stockton Field
6 PM Judson University, Veterans Field

Tuesday, March 12
1 PM Missouri Baptist, Stockton Field
6 PM Martin Methodist, Veterans Field

Wednesday, March 13
Noon West Virginia Tech (DH), Stockton Field

FBC Lebanon hosts 3-on-3 hoops

Proceeds benefit S. Africa program
Lace up those sneakers and break out the knee brace. Lebanon's First Baptist Church will host a half court 3-on-3 basketball tournament and optional 3-point contest Saturday and Sunday, March 23 and 24 in the churchs Christian Life Center.

Proceeds will go to support local students who will be traveling to South Africa this summer as part of the International World Changers program.

WHS vs. Lake Co. in state opener

MURFREESBORO -- If you thought Watertown's first-ever trip to the TSSAA BlueCross Basketball Champions was a Cinderella story, here's another.

The Purple Tigers, champions of District 8A and Region 4A have drawn Lake County as their first round foe 5 p.m. Wednesday at MTSU's Murphy Center.

While Watertown sports the best record in the Class A field at 30-3, Lake County comes in a mere 8-23 overall after claiming just enough upset wins to survive and advance to the tournament.

Here's a look at the first round tournament pairings.

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