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Hotel robbed, suspect sought

A man suspected of robbing the Executive Inn on Saturday, Sept. 7is being sought by Lebanon Police Department.

The incident occurred about 11 p.m. at the hotel located at 631 South Cumberland Street, Lebanon.

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Hotel robbed, suspect sought

A man suspected of robbing the Executive Inn on Saturday, Sept. 7is being sought by Lebanon Police Department.

The incident occurred about 11 p.m. at the hotel located at 631 South Cumberland Street, Lebanon.

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Lebanon planners set session Sept 9

Lebanon Planning Commission will have a work session at 3 p.m., Monday, Sept. 9, in the Town Meeting Hall, City of Lebanon Administration Building at Castle Heights.

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Lebanon planners set session Sept 9

Lebanon Planning Commission will have a work session at 3 p.m., Monday, Sept. 9, in the Town Meeting Hall, City of Lebanon Administration Building at Castle Heights.

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Man charged with reckless endangerment

A man was arrested and charged on Wednesday after an incident in which he reportedly told an officer he would have to kill him because he did not want to go back to jail.

The incident occurred about 11:15 a.m., Sept. 4. Lebanon Police officers responded to a call about a suspicious person knocking on doors on North Hatton.

A news release from the Lebanon Police Department said when Sgt. Mike Bay approached the subject, identified as Terry Tittle, 23, of 1630 Shady Circle, Lebanon, Tittle reportedly told Bay he would have to kill him because he was not going back to jail.

Tittle then walked across the street to the Lebanon Public Library where his girlfriend, Shawnya Simpson, 28, of 421 Canoe Branch Road, Lebanon, was waiting. Tittle turned back to officers and was reportedly holding a knife to his throat. Simpson tried to take the knife away from Tittle and reportedly refused officers commands to move away.

Bay then began negotiations with Tittle. He engaged in a brief conversation with Bay but refused to put the knife down. Tittle continued threatening to kill himself while fighting with Simpson over the knife.

Tittle then charged towards officers with knife in hand, the news release said. He was shot with a less-lethal shotgun, which contains beanbag rounds, in order to ensure his and Simpsons safety.

Officers approached Tittle to administer medical care when Simpson reportedly spat in the face of an officer.

Tittle was transported to University Medical Center for evaluation. He was charged with resisting arrest and reckless endangerment and had a domestic assault warrant from the previous day.

Simpson was charged with aggravated assault, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

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Man charged with reckless endangerment

A man was arrested and charged on Wednesday after an incident in which he reportedly told an officer he would have to kill him because he did not want to go back to jail.

The incident occurred about 11:15 a.m., Sept. 4. Lebanon Police officers responded to a call about a suspicious person knocking on doors on North Hatton.

A news release from the Lebanon Police Department said when Sgt. Mike Bay approached the subject, identified as Terry Tittle, 23, of 1630 Shady Circle, Lebanon, Tittle reportedly told Bay he would have to kill him because he was not going back to jail.

Tittle then walked across the street to the Lebanon Public Library where his girlfriend, Shawnya Simpson, 28, of 421 Canoe Branch Road, Lebanon, was waiting. Tittle turned back to officers and was reportedly holding a knife to his throat. Simpson tried to take the knife away from Tittle and reportedly refused officers commands to move away.

Bay then began negotiations with Tittle. He engaged in a brief conversation with Bay but refused to put the knife down. Tittle continued threatening to kill himself while fighting with Simpson over the knife.

Tittle then charged towards officers with knife in hand, the news release said. He was shot with a less-lethal shotgun, which contains beanbag rounds, in order to ensure his and Simpsons safety.

Officers approached Tittle to administer medical care when Simpson reportedly spat in the face of an officer.

Tittle was transported to University Medical Center for evaluation. He was charged with resisting arrest and reckless endangerment and had a domestic assault warrant from the previous day.

Simpson was charged with aggravated assault, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

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