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Robert Thomas Simmons Jr., 63, has been missing since May 9. (Source: Millersville Police Department) Robert Thomas Simmons Jr., 63, has been missing since May 9. (Source: Millersville Police Department)

Millersville police asking for help finding missing man

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Robert Thomas Simmons Jr., 63, has been missing since May 9. He was last seen in the area of the Bethel Road Campground along Bethel Road in Millersville.

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1 suspect arrested, 1 wanted after woman shot during home invasion

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According to the Springfield Police Department, the two suspects posed as bail bondsmen and forced their way inside the home on Batts Boulevard around 11:45 p.m. Tuesday.

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Three women report being robbed at gunpoint on the side of I-65 Video included

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With constant traffic, you may have never heard of someone being robbed at gunpoint right on the side of I-65. Three women say that's exactly what happened. 

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Body found burning in Robertson Co. field identified

Updated: Feb 27, 2015 07:18 PM

Officials have identified the woman who was found burning in a field off Highway 76 in Robertson County. More>>

Police hope ring leads to identity of burned body

Updated: Feb 17, 2015 07:12 PM

A clue has been found near where a body was set fire in Robertson County on Sunday. More>>

Body found burning in Robertson County field

Updated: Feb 15, 2015 10:05 PM

A woman driving early Sunday morning found a burning body in a field off Highway 76 in Robertson County. More>>

Clinic available to Cheatham, Robertson Co. vets on Friday

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State and local veterans affairs officials are hosting a one-stop clinic for Robertson County and Cheatham County military veterans on Friday. More>>

Former Robertson Co. commissioner pleads guilty to multiple fraud charges

A former Robertson County commissioner pleaded guilty Monday in federal court to charges of bank, mail and wire fraud along with money laundering. More>>

Community supports school leaders accused in abuse case

Business leaders, pastors and friends gathered Wednesday to show support for some Robertson County school leaders facing serious charges. More>>

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