June 1st, 2014 in Local Regional News

The most memorable quotes in the Chattanooga Times Free Press for May 25-31.

"They're sort of like gold now."

-- DeKalb County, Ala., Sheriff Jimmy Harris on the theft of cattle valued at about $80,000. Harris said 31-year-old Eddie Ray Fulmer, of Albertville, and 28-year-old David Grant Fulmer, of Collinsville, were arrested in connection with the theft.

"That's a big market. It's an example of where there's a great consumer need out there."

-- Chattem CEO Zan Guerry on the company's efforts to switch erectile dysfunction medicine Cialis from prescription to over-the-counter sales.

"Ninety-nine percent of conversations are about this. You can't go five minutes without hearing about it."

-- Brent Davis, pastor of Heritage Baptist Church, on the sexual battery case against three Gilmer County students.

"It works well until it doesn't. Then it spreads like wildfire."

-- Assistant U.S. Attorney Perry Piper on a land fraud scheme that cost buyers millions of dollars. Josh Dobson and Pail Gott were sentenced to prison and fined last week for their role in the scheme involving land at The Preserve in Rising Fawn, Ga.