Saturday, October 22, 2016 12:45 AM


Statement from City Marissa Bell, Communications Coordinator for the City of Chattanooga, released this statement: "No information we received today changes the previous statements we have made. The Mayor's Office does not get involved in any police investigations. Stacy Richardson did not influence this investigation and only went to pick up Lacie Stone from the Fletcher's home. Mayor Berke has absolute confidence that the Chattanooga Police Department conducted the investigation on their own and without influence from the Mayor's Office, the Chief of Police's Office, or anyone else. In addition, Mayor Berke has already stated that all allegations made by Mr. Stone are absolutely false." Lacie Stone statement Lacie Stone's lawyer, John Cavett, released the below statement on behalf of his client: "The last six months of my life have been extremely difficult. Anytime you have difficulties in your marriage you want to keep it private. In the unfortunate event that those problems escalate to physical violence, as it did to me on May 20, the last thing you want to do is talk to members of the media about. My husband continues to make untrue allegations about me, my colleagues, and what happened that night. Those allegations are completely ...

News source: Times Free Press

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