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Dunaway: DA Office Will Not Be Involved In Livingston PD Inventory

District Attorney Bryant Dunaway said in a statement that his office will not be involved in an inventory of the Livingston Police Department. Mayor Curtis Hayes said at Monday’s Board of Aldermen meeting that the city started the inventory process with Dunaway’s office. Dunaway said after the Board of Aldermen’s decision to not make a leadership change, he pulled his ... Read More »

Livingston Police Chief Greg Etheredge Suspended By Aldermen

The Livingston Board of Aldermen voted 3-2 to immediately suspend Police Chief Greg Etheredge for three weeks without pay Monday night. The decision comes after at least $27,000 missing from the police department as well as several evidence-related issues found by the State Comptroller’s Office. Alderman Chris Speck made the motion for the length of time that also included a ... Read More »

State Comptroller Finds Issues In Livingston PD Operations

The State Comptroller’s Office released a report Thursday critical of operations inside the Livingston Police Department. The report said at least $27,000 is missing from the department and officials, including Police Chief Greg Etheredge, were slow to report the missing money to state officials, as required by law. The money was kept in safes in various areas of the police ... Read More »

Livingston PD Investigating Counterfeit Money Circulating Community

Livingston Police investigating the use of counterfeit bills at local businesses this week. Police Chief Greg Etheredge said a man used movie prop money as smaller bills to make purchases. Etheredge said the department has a suspect identified. “We’re aware of the situation,” Etheredge said. “It’s always a good thing to remind the merchants and people if something doesn’t feels ... Read More »

Multiple Entities Investigating Missing Money At Livingston PD

District Attorney Bryant Dunaway, the TBI and the Comptroller’s Office are investigating the disappearance of money from the Livingston Police Department. Dunaway said Police Chief Greg Etheredge notified him of the missing funds about two or three weeks. “I don’t have an exact number, but it is reported that it is several thousands dollars,” Dunaway said. “But, I don’t know ... Read More »

Roadways Reopen After Livingston Tanker Truck Accident

Highway 111 back open on Friday after the overturned fuel transport truck. The Monterey Highway and Highway 111 intersection was closed early Thursday as a precaution to an overturned fuel transport truck. Fire Chief Rocky Dial said hazmat crews and emergency personnel worked some 15 hours to tow the tanker safely. “The cleanup crew had to come,” Dial said. “They ... Read More »

Fuel Tanker Accident Causes Extended Livingston Road Closure

A single vehicle accident in Livingston has caused extended road closures at the intersection of Monterey Highway and Highway 111. Police Chief Greg Etheredge said a tanker truck carrying fuel ran off the Monterey Highway exit ramp and rolled over into the ditch line early Thursday morning. “We’re having a little fuel leakage from it,” Etheredge said. “And as a ... Read More »

Fallen Trees Increasing Livingston Power Outages

The number of homes without electricity is climbing in Livingston with fallen trees causing outages. Police Chief Greg Etheredge said the Upper Cumberland Electric Membership Corporation has crews on ground working on restoring power. “We are having some trees coming down and some power lines down,” Etheredge said.”Specifically, here over around Carr and Airport Road. That general area and over ... Read More »

Livingston PD Adds 10 Bulletproof Vests For Patrol

The Livingston Police Department has purchased 10 new bulletproof vests for patrol officers. Police Chief Greg Etheredge said the vests were being swapped back and forth between officers to keep them going. However, Etheredge said with new officers in the department it was important to ensure every officer’s safety. “This new technology, they’re lighter weight and they’ll be more comfortable ... Read More »

Livingston PD Moving Traffic School Online

Traffic school in Livingston will make the move to an online self-study course due to too many COVID complications. Police Chief Greg Etheredge said the department tried to meet in-person and on Zoom but there were too many social distancing and technical issues. Etheredge said everything about traffic school for driving citations will stay the same, except an additional $13 ... Read More »