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Tuesday, December 17, 2013

This is our last paper of 2013, so we are going to take a look back at what shaped our great city over the past year. 

January

The traffic cameras disappeared from intersections around Mt. Juliet as the contract was voted not to be renewed by the City Commissioners. 

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Shoplifters wanted by MJPD
Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Three shoplifters, who continue to strike area retailers, are wanted by Mt. Juliet Police.  

According to the Mt. Juliet Police Department, Friday, Dec. 6, the group targeted Best Buy in the Providence MarketPlace and stole over $1000 in merchandise. 

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MJPD to set up DUI checkpoints
Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Additional Mt. Juliet Police Officers will hit the streets on the evening of Friday, Dec. 27 in an effort to curb impaired driving and impaired-related crashes. Sobriety checkpoints and saturation patrols will be conducted in the Lebanon Road, Mt. Juliet Road, West Division St, and Belinda Parkway areas that evening. In addition, Mt. Juliet Police will be assisting the Tennessee Highway Patrol in a multi-agency effort to curb impaired driving on New Year’s eve.

“Our goal is simple,” said Mt. Juliet Police Chief James Hambrick. “We want to remove those driving under the influence from the street before they impact others.”

 
Restoration Community Outreach opens Donation Center & Food Pantry
Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Restoration Community Outreach has teamed up with United Way and Second Harvest Food Bank to create The Donation Center & Food Pantry. 

Due to high unemployment rates and a difficult economy, your help is needed more than ever to provice meals to hundreds of your neighbors in need. The Donation Center & Food Pantry is asking local businesses, churches and civic groups to help sponsor food and toiletry drives to help feed the hungry in the community. 

All food, toiletry items and funds raised will help The Donation Center & Food Pantry to supply emergency food and toiletries to those in need. The Food Pantry is working hard to serve the community and help a growing number of families who are food insecure. Food insecure families are so limited in their resources to buy food if they are running out of food, reducing the quality of their food, cutting out meat, feeding their children unbalanced meals, or skipping meals so their children can eat. 

Donate non-perishable foods and toiletry items in the marked boxes at the collection points at 14905 Lebanon Road, Building A, Suite G. The Donation Center & Food Pantry is currently in serious need of the following: canned tuna, ham, chicken, turkey or beef, peanut butter and jelly, cereal beans, dried or canned macaroni and cheese, boxed meals, pasta and pasta sauces, rice, fruit juice, soup, fruit and vegetables, canned sugar and flour, coffee, tea and drink mix, shampoo/conditioner, toothpaste, toothbrushes, toilet tissue, soap, deodorant, shaving cream and feminine products. 

For more information about The Donation Center & Food Pantry, contact (931)952-0824 or check out their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/RCOdonationcenter 

 
Burglars break into Pharmacare
Tuesday, December 10, 2013

The Mt. Juliet Police Department are looking for two white males who broke into Pharmacare early Thursday morning. 

The suspects, both around 6 feet tall with thin builds, gained entry around 1:30 a.m. to the pharmacy located on 1097 Weston Drive. They stole a few items, but were scared away by a person working on site. Both were wearing dark clothing and concealing their faces. A burglary alarm alerted the MJPD to the scene, but the suspects had left the area. 

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