FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WMOT) -- Franklin police are getting creative in an attempt to solve the city’s only unsolved murder case.
Forty-nine year-old Franklin resident Peggy Cox was killed while working at the Hardees drive through on a February night in 1991. Police followed up on several leads at the time, but have had no luck solving the case in the 22 years since.
So Chief David Rahinksky has arranged for a society of forensic experts based in Philadelphia to review the case. The Vidocq Society draws on the expertise of forensic specialists from 17 states and 11 countries.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The first full day of spring is feeling a lot like winter in Tennessee.
The National Weather Service office in Nashville says Thursday morning’s low of 22 degrees was just six degrees off the record for the date. Today’s high in the 40s will be a good 20 degrees below average.
West Tennessee is under a winter weather advisory Thursday and Friday. The National Weather Service says 1 to 2 inches of snow is possible in the region with the heaviest snowfall occurring Thursday evening.
Former Rutherford County deputy Luis Reynoldo Parra-Flores, 36, joined the department in January 2008
Credit courtesy Rutherford County Sheriff's Department
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WMOT) -- A Rutherford County Sheriff’s Deputy has been charged with conspiring to distribute cocaine.
Deputy Luis Reynoldo Parra Flores was charged by federal authorities yesterday after a joint DEA, Nashville Police operation arrested Flores when he tried to take possession of five kilograms of cocaine from a drug courier at Nashville International Airport on March 13.