Oct. 30– The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation along with the Hardin County Sheriff’s Department arrested two Hardin County residents for illegally selling prescription pills, according to the TBI.
Kevin "Choppy" Haynes 36, of Counce, was arrested Monday on three counts of sale and delivery of Schedule II drugs. Kevin Harville, 23, of Savannah, was arrested on two counts of sale and delivery of Schedule III narcotics.
Savannah police are investigating the death of a local woman whose throat was cut early today.
Investigator T.J. Barker said Savannah resident Patricia Ledlow, 40, was fatally injured at a residence on Bellwood Street where she had been visiting a female friend.
Following the passage of a continuing resolution to temporarily fund government operations, which was signed into law last night by President Obama, federal government workers have returned to work–and national parks have reopened, including Shiloh National Military Park.
All Shiloh Park roads are again open to the public, and the park is open for business.
The continuing resolution that was passed only provides funding for government operations through Jan. 15, 2014.