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A cross was burned in the yard of a Smith County man after what his family is referring to as a vicious hate crime occurred. Family members say that Craig Wilson was beaten with brass knuckles and shotMore >>
A burning cross, a Smith county man beaten and shot by a family member, and in critical condition. We are told this is much more than a family feud, and outraged family members are calling it a "hate crime."
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(WMC) - A Dyer County High Student and her family are looking to a higher power, asking for a public apology and the words "bless you" allowed in the school. Kendra Turner and her family have engagedMore >>
A Dyer County High student and her family are looking to a higher power, asking for a public apology and the words "bless you" allowed in the school. More >>
people are facing charges after a massive fight broke out in the streets of
Tiffin over the weekend.
say about 100 people were in the street when they arrived on the scene outside
of DP's Bar on South Washington Street early Sunday morning.
say the trouble began when the bar started to close. A fight broke out between
a small group of people, but escalated when about 100 others tried to watch.
police arrived, they broke it up. Most people left peacefully, but four
continued to fight and were arrested: Oliver Cyprian, 23, Tevin Bradley, 21, and
Mitchell Marshall, 21, were charged with disorderly conduct. The fourth,
Devontae Payne, 23, was charged with assault and obstruction of justice.
Clark owns a tattoo parlor across the street from the bar and was there Sunday.
He says this kind of chaos is not common for the bar.
this town, when it comes to the bars, a couple of drunk guys might start
shoving each other around, but usually it gets broken up," Clark said. "That
was really a one-time incident. We don't get big things like that happening
has already been to court. He pleaded not guilty to the assault charge and will
face a judge again on Dec. 27. He was found guilty of obstructing justice and
will spend the next 30 days in jail.