The Daily Brief….March 2, 2024


The Daily Brief….March 2, 2024

The Daily Brief….March 2, 2024

STORIES: Traffic alert, Missing Teen, Escapees captured


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We have a blockage on I 24 WEST a few miles short of the Highway 49 exit into Coopertown. There was a non-injury crash there that is taking officials a little time to clear out. If you’re coming in from Nashville, you may want to wait another 15 minutes before your departure.

UPDATE: Campbell and Rutherford are in custody.
William Rutherford, Kenneth Campbell, and Elvis Bush who escaped from the Sumner County Jail are now back in custody, according to the Sumner County Sheriff’s Office at 11 am this morning.

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DAY SIX…  Where is Sebastian? 
As the search for 15-year-old Sebastian Rogers enters another critical day, here’s how you can make a crucial difference today:
CONTACT US: Contact us with any information you may have
• Detective Carter at 615-442-1865 or [email protected]
• TBI Agent Simmons at 1-800-TBI-FIND or [email protected]
• Sumner County Sheriff’s Office at 615-451-3838.
CAMERAS: Surveillance Footage and Trail Cameras
We’re asking everyone in the area to meticulously review footage from security and trail cameras. Please focus on the timeframe from SUNDAY AFTERNOON THROUGH MONDAY MORNING. We believe even the smallest detail could be the key to locating Sebastian.
• What to Look For: ANY FOOTAGE, no matter how seemingly insignificant. ANY movements, vehicles, or individuals.
• How to Share: Register here then send an email to [email protected] or call (615) 442-1865 and we will physically retrieve the footage.
SEARCH: Leave No Stone Unturned
Continue thorough searches of your property:
• Where to Look: In, under, and around all possible areas – sheds, garages, under tarps, in dense brush, etc. Think of places where a child might seek shelter or could accidentally become trapped.
Sheriff-> “Thank you for your attention and for all that you’re doing to help. Let’s keep hope alive and work together for Sebastian’s safe return.”


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