Here are two interesting scraps of information from regional law enforcement:
Sgt. Chad Payne, information officer for the Dade County Sheriff's Office, has released identification of the occupants of the vehicle involved in Tuesday night's police chase that ended in a cliff rescue in Cole City after the suspects fled their car on foot and fell 30 feet.
The driver was Lloyd G. Carson of Cowan, Tenn., 49 years old. Kayla Sue White, 33, of Tracy City, Tenn., was the passenger. Warrants are still pending and Sgt. Payne has promised updates as to the charges when information becomes available.
In nearby Fort Payne, Alabama, the city police department released information about a man struck by a train on Monday. Here's the FPPD report:
On October 7 at approximately 11:43 pm a call came into the Fort Payne 911 about a pedestrian that had been struck by a Norfolk Southern train, Chief Randy Bynum stated. Officers responded to the 6600 block of Gault Ave N and spoke with the conductor of the train. The conductor, Bynum stated, led officers to the male subject later identified as Adam Jamal Hall, age 20, of Fort Payne. The conductor stated that the subject was sitting close to the tracks and did not move and was struck by the train. Bynum stated Hall was treated on scene and transferred to Dekalb Regional Medical Center for treatment.