Lawrenceburg Double Homicide catches the attention of American rapper, singer, songwriter, producer, media personality, entrepreneur, and actor, Snoop Dogg after authorities give suspect a drink of water.


 

Lawrenceburg Police Department released full details surrounding Thursday morning double homicide.


 

The Lawrenceburg Police Department confirm that one person is now in custody in regards to possible double homicide.


 

Lawrenceburg Police Officers are currently on the scene of an alleged Double Homicide Investigation.


 

The 22nd Judicial District Drug Task Force of Tennessee shared information regarding fentanyl disguised as cannabis.


Lawrenceburg Police Officers were dispatched to a residence on Captain Avenue after couple finds loaded rifle in backyard.


A serious traffic accident involving an Amish Buggy, and a pickup truck occured on Monday near Thunderhill Raceway.


 

Lawrence County Fire and Rescue are currently investigating a residential structure fire where arson may have been the cause.


 

Lawrenceburg Police Officers conducted a traffic stop that resulted in a arrest after pulling over the same suspect two days in a row.


 


 

Lawrence County Sheriff's Department issued a BOLO for an erratic driver traveling at a high rate of speed close to 100 mph that resulted in the 45 year old man's arrest.


 

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation confirms that a search warrant was executed for Joe Clyde Daniels' home.


 

Maury County Sheriff's Department are requesting the public's help regarding stolen property where the victim reported a loss of $28,000.


 

Maury County Firefighters were dispatched to a fully engulfed vehicle on I-65.


 

Florence Police Officers observed reckless driver crash into the Tennessee River on Sunday.


 

American Pickers are coming back to Tennessee in June, and they are looking for "interesting characters with interesting items."



 

 


 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Lawrence County Economic Recovery Plan
Lawrence County Government, the cities of Lawrenceburg, Loretto, St. Joseph, and Ethridge, and the Lawrence County Chamber of Commerce releases a plan to reopen the local economy. The four-step phased plan has been endorsed by Southern Tennessee Regional Health System-Lawrenceburg and reviewed by the Governor’s Office. Governor Bill Lee announced on Monday that his ‘Safer at Home’ executive orders will expire on April 30.

This local guidance provides recommendations for businesses to reopen during the month of May.

Step 1 - Expected May 1
Steps to Take
Promote Social Distancing practices, including mask wearing, in public places
Continue promoting 'Senior-only' hours at businesses
Reopen retail spaces, restaurants, and bars with 50% capacity with guidance from the TN Department of Health while encouraging Social Distancing practices
Open up close-contact services by appointment only with guidelines (masks, gloves, 50% capacity at any given time) for:
Nail Salons
Hair Salons
Tattoo Shops
Tanning Salons
Massage Therapy
Pet Grooming
Reopen Gyms & Fitness Centers for operation when management or staff is on site to promote Social Distancing and equipment sanitation
Promote Social Distancing and sanitation practices in all manufacturing operations
Promote Social Distancing in funeral homes by recommending that services are only conducted graveside until Step 4 (expected May 22)
Reopen local parks while continuing to promote Social Distancing practices
When to Step Back
A new surge of cases that cannot be traced to known cases
Sustained rise in cases for five (5) consecutive days
Hospital is no longer able to safely treat all patients
Requirements to move to Next Step
A sustained reduction in new cases for at least seven (7) days
Hospital is safely able to treat all patients requiring hospitalization without crisis standards

Step 2 - Expected May 8 (Date Subject to Results of Step 1)

Steps to Take
Open up close-contact services to walk-in customers with guidelines (masks, gloves, 50% capacity at any given time)
When to Step Back
A new surge of cases that cannot be traced to known cases
Sustained rise in cases for five (5) consecutive days
Hospital is no longer able to safely treat all patients
Requirements to move to Next Step
A sustained reduction in new cases for at least seven (7) days
Hospital is safely able to treat all patients requiring hospitalization without crisis standards

Step 3 - Expected May 15 (Date Subject to Results of Step 2)

Steps to Take
All retail spaces open at full capacity while promoting social distancing
All restaurant spaces open at full capacity while promoting social distancing
Open up close-contact services at full capacity with guidelines
Promoting Social Distancing practices for vulnerable populations
When to Step Back
A new surge of cases that cannot be traced to known cases
Sustained rise in cases for five (5) consecutive days
Hospital is no longer able to safely treat all patients
Requirements to move to Next Step
A sustained reduction in new cases for at least seven (7) days
Hospital is safely able to treat all patients requiring hospitalization without crisis standards

Step 4 - Expected May 22 (Date Subject to Results of Step 3)

REOPEN WITHOUT GUIDANCE
When to Step Back
A new surge of cases that cannot be traced to known cases
Sustained rise in cases for five (5) consecutive days
Hospital is no longer able to safely treat all patients

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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