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The 18-year-old arrived home on McClardy Drive to find a bluish-green car by her mailbox with a man standing outside of the vehicle smoking a cigarette, according to Clarksville Police. As she pulled into the driveway, she could see all the lights on in the house and the back and garage doors were open. She also could see two men inside of residence. As she continued toward the house and went inside, one of the men pushed her with a handgun, knocking her down.
The men fled the scene in the car, and police were called.
An officer spotted a vehicle matching the suspect vehicle description and pulled it over. The driver, however, bailed out and fled into the woods. He has been identifed as 21-year-old James Denapoli.
The passenger tried to escape but was unable to open the door from the inside. The 17-year-old juvenile was identified as the man outside the residence.
The other suspect said to be in the residence is 23-year-old Christopher Denapoli.
The juvenile is charged with aggravated burglary. Aggravated burglary and assault warrants are out on the Denapoli brothers.
The jewelry stolen from the victim's house was not recovered.
Anyone with information is asked to call police at (931) 648-0656.
Wednesday, October 3 2012, 07:59 AM CDT
Solar panels that obscure school might be moved
May 24, 2013 13:13 GMT
ROGERSVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A wall of solar panels in front of a Surgoinsville school might be moved out back.
The panels are part of an ambitious project under which solar collection panels have been installed at 20 Hawkins County school facilities to cut utility costs and sell back power to TVA.
But the Kingsport Times-News (http://bit.ly/18burcf ) reported the wall of panels at Surgoinsville Middle School has some people worried about school security and others upset at what they see as an eyesore.
The panels are 7 feet high and stretch the length of a football field. They obscure viewing the school.
At a school board work session Thursday, board members talked about moving the array. It can't be voted on until the regular board meeting on June 4.
Information from: Kingsport Times-News, http://www.timesnews.net
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