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TBI, FBI raid Sheriff's Office, Arnold's home
TBI, FBI raid Sheriff's Office, Arnold's home
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FBI, TBI raid Rutherford County Sheriff's Office
FBI, TBI raid Rutherford County Sheriff's Office

MURFREESBORO - The FBI and TBI raided the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office and the homes of Sheriff Robert Arnold and Chief Administrative Deputy Joe Russell this morning in a probe of potential criminal wrongdoing.

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FBI takes allegations of official wrongdoing 'seriously'
FBI takes allegations of official wrongdoing 'seriously'
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FBI takes allegations of official wrongdoing "seriously"

MURFREESBORO - The FBI doesn't shy away from investigating potential wrongdoing by government officials, though it won't confirm or deny whether it's looking into Sheriff Robert Arnold's administration.

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Posing naked poses problems, so keep your clothes on

Since we have no more pressing domestic issues confronting us, it's great to see the FBI throwing its full weight and resources behind the Great Naked Celebrity Photo caper.

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Bank of America robbery suspect apprehended
Bank of America robbery suspect apprehended

Police have apprehended the suspect wanted in connection with the Thursday robbery of a Bank of America branch near downtown Murfreesboro.

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Medlocks convicted of Medicare fraud
A couple accused of defrauding the federal government through the fake Medicare bills has been convicted various charges in connection with the case.
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BURRISS: Petraeus scandal highlights privacy issues
Supporters of government intrusion into private lives often like to say, “If you aren’t doing anything wrong, what does it matter?”
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PART III: Murfreesboro son seeks closure
Widow recalls horror of infamous hijacking
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Part II: Murfreesboro son seeks closure
Part II: Murfreesboro son seeks closure
Answers sought from FBI in historic hijacking case
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PART I: Murfreesboro son seeks closure
PART I: Murfreesboro son seeks closure
Answers sought from FBI in historic hijacking case
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Rutherford County appeals Murfreesboro mosque ruling
Rutherford County appeals Murfreesboro mosque ruling
With Justice Department watching, constitutional concerns raised
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Man indicted for Murfresboro mosque bomb threat
Man indicted for Murfresboro mosque bomb threat
A federal grand jury has indicted a 24-year-old Texas man in connection with the September 2011 bomb threat of the Islamic Center of Murfreesboro.
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Justice Department monitoring Murfreesboro mosque case
Justice Department monitoring Murfreesboro mosque case
Civil Rights Division keeping close eye on legal battle
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Suspect in Social Security bomb threat arrested
Suspect in Social Security bomb threat arrested
Officials have confirmed a 49-year-old Dickson County man was taken into custody Monday after he allegedly threatened to blow up the U.S. Social Security Administration building.
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Murfreesboro man sentenced in drug-trafficking case
A federal judge sentenced a Murfreesboro man to five years in prison Monday for his involvement in a drug-trafficking scheme with a former Nashville police officer.
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Sheriff's captain completes FBI academy
Sheriff's captain completes FBI academy
Capt. David Hailey opened a sheriff’s office press conference recently after gaining experience in a media relations class at the FBI National Academy.
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FBI: La Vergne man sentenced to 144 months for child pornography offenses
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Detectives question bank robbery suspect
FBI agents and Murfreesboro detectives were questioning a suspect about a bank robbery Friday morning at SunTrust Bank on South Church Street, according to law enforcement officials.
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Three RuCo residents arrested in Shelbyville fraud scheme
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Feds search McLean's office
Feds search McLean's office
UPDATE: Federal agents searched the Murfreesboro office and home of philanthropist and investor Robert McLean today, loading a postal truck with boxes and file cabinets.
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Ex-driver's examiner sentenced to five years in prison
One former employee of the Tennessee Department of Safety was sentenced Thursday to five years in prison after she accepted bribes for driver's licenses and conspiracy.
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