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Clarksville Police and Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office looking for Garon Brown for Attempted Kidnapping

 

Clarksville Police Department - CPDClarksville, TN – Earlier this week, the Clarksville Police Department released information to the local media about an attempted kidnapping. On March 19th, 2014 at 11:45am, at the Shell Station on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard, Garon Brown honked his horn and started waving his hands at a 19 year old female victim.

She rolled her window down and Mr. Brown stated, “You’re pretty.” Mr. Brown eventually asked if the victim wanted to go for a ride in his truck, and she refused.

Garon Brown Wanted for Attempted Kidnapping

He then approached her vehicle and reached in her window and she rolled it up. Mr. Brown then opened her door, reached in, grabbed her, and attempted to pull her out of the vehicle.

The victim was able to kick him away and he got back in his pickup truck and drove off quickly.

Mr. Brown came back to the same Shell Station on Wilma Rudolph Boulevard the day after (March 20th, 2014) the attempted kidnapping and was arrested by the Clarksville Police Department. Garon Brown was booked into Montgomery County Jail and made bond on March 26th, 2014.

Today, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department, took out a Warrant on Garon Brown for Attempted Kidnapping, with a $1,000,000 bond.

On March 19th, 2014 (the same day as the Shell Station incident), at approximately 3:30pm, Mr. Brown followed a female victim to a location near Woody’s in Woodlawn, TN, and tried to pull her out of her vehicle. She was able to kick him away and Mr. Brown fled to an unknown location.

The only difference between the Shell Station incident and the Woodlawn incident is that Mr. Brown knew the victim in the Woodlawn incident.

Garon Brown is a 25 year old, Indian Mound, TN resident. Currently, both the Clarksville Police Department and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department are searching for Garon Brown. Included are photos of Mr. Brown and his vehicle. The vehicle is very noticeable, due to the distinct design.

Mr. Brown frequents gas stations and is known to ask for money. In both incidents he started conversations with the female victims while they were in the vicinity of his vehicle.

If anyone sees Mr. Brown or his vehicle, please call 911.

There is no further information at this time. If you have questions about the second incident, please call the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department.

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