Crossville Chronicle, Crossville, TN


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With Molly B, a courthouse dog from Edmonds, WA, is Jennifer Wilkerson (seated) of the Childrens Advocacy Center in Cookeville. She will be leaving soon to undergo training for the Molly B version of courthouse dog that will be assigned to Cumberland and other counties in the 13th Judicial District. Standing from the left are: Assistant District Attorney Amanda Hunter Worley, District Attorney General Randy York, Deputy District Attorney Gary McKenzie, Chief Sheriff's Investigator Casey Cox and Assistant District Attorney Caroline Knight.

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