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In an update on the story we brought to you on Tuesday. Officials from several law enforcement agencies from several states are working together trying to piece together why a body from Wisconsin ended up dump over embankment at the Mountain Drive industrial Park in Bell County. Two people have been detained, Prescott Illinois resident Rose Marie Kuehni, 44, was arrested early Tuesday on suspicion of second-degree intentional homicide and hiding a corpse. 60-year-old Clarence Michael Hicks of Harrodsburg, Kentucky was located in Catoosa County GA. At the request of the Pierce County, Wisconsin Sheriff’s Office, Hicks was interviewed by Sheriff’s Office investigators about his possible involvement in the concealment of a murder.
According to officials, the body has been positively identified as Douglas L. Bailey, 51, of Prescott, Wisconsin. Bailey was reported missing to the Peoria County Sheriff’s Office in Illinois on November 30.
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From the Harlan Daily
An Evarts woman is facing charges of terroristic threatening after allegedly making threats on social media.
Priscilla Cargle Brown, 35, was arrested on Wednesday by Harlan County Sheriff’s Deputy Travis Freeman.
According to a press release, the Harlan County Sheriff’s Office received a complaint on Dec. 2 that Priscilla Cargle Brown had entered Evarts Elementary School extremely irate, using profanities. Brown started using obscenities in front of the students and later made threats to school officials. After the sheriff’s office was contacted Brown left the school and did not return. She later began making threats on social media.
Chief Deputy Matt Cope obtained an arrest warrant following an investigation by the sheriff’s office.
From the Daily News
Over 300 elementary aged children from 25 schools in Bell County, Lee County, Virginia and Claiborne and Union Counties in Tennessee, participated in the annual Roho ( row-ho) Christmas shopping spree at Walmart in Middlesboro on Tuesday morning.
Children were partnered with volunteers to help with their shopping spree. Each child was allotted $150 with approximately 60 percent of their money to be spent on clothing and 40 percent on toys. In addition to the $150 shopping spree, each child will receive a new pair of shoes from Walmart.
President of Roho, Bill Dean, says the children chosen to participate in the shopping spree often think of others before picking out gifts for themselves.
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