Former Millersville Commissioner Charged With Felony Coercion
MILLERSVILLE TENNESSEE: (Smokey Barn News) – Former Vice-Chair of the City of Millersville Planning Commission Board Lynn D Crouch is once again facing charges in Millersville.
Last October Crouch, 72, was arrested and charged with patronizing prostitution. Crouch was cited and released that day. FULL STORY
Several days later, according to Millersville City Manager Caryn Miller, Crouch was arrested again for the same charge, this time facing five new alleged counts of patronizing prostitution. FULL STORY This time Crouch was taken into custody and transported to the Sumner County jail on a $20,000 bond. According to Miller, if convicted, the new charges offer stiffer penalties because each count occurred within a school zone.
Now, as the police investigation continues, Crouch has been charged again. According to Millersville Police, Crouch was arrested again today and charged with one count of Felony-Coercion-Of-A-Witness. Through his attorney, Crouch turned himself into Millersville Police around 5 pm Wednesday.
After his arrest, Crouch was transported to the Sumner County jail on a $75,000 bond. As of 9:15pm Crouch had not bonded out.
According to Millersville Police back in October 2017, they were dispatched to a 911 hang-up call located at 1201 Louisville Hwy. MAP Upon arrival, Officers discovered a “known prostitute” who was temporarily residing at the residence.
A police investigation revealed that the property owner, Lynn D Crouch was allegedly paying the female for sexual activities. Heroin and Cocaine were also located inside the home, police said.
At the time of his first arrest last year, Mr. Crouch was the Vice-Chair of the City of Millersville Planning Commission Board but has since been discharged from his position, Miller said.
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