Topic: MOntgomery County Sheriff’s Office
Montgomery County, TN – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has received reports that several citizens have been contacted by someone purporting to be with the Internal Revenue Service in an effort to defraud them.
Since we are currently in tax season, many more citizens may be contacted by someone saying that they are with the Internal Revenue Service.
Across the country, citizens have been called by scammers using common names and fake IRS badge numbers.
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Sheriff John Fuson and several of his staff came together Thursday night to inform citizens gathered at Olivet Free Will Baptist Church. Reverend Chris Camp began the meeting by thanking the Sheriff and the MCSO for all they do.
“Anytime I go to something (the Sheriff) is always there,” Camp said, adding that he and his staff go “above and beyond” for the community.
Clarksville, TN – On Saturday January, 24th 2015, the Clarksville Police Department responded to a stabbing that occurred at the China King Buffet Grill.
After the manager at the restaurant had determined that a customer, attempting to pay for four dinners, used a counterfeit $50.00 bill, the customer ran out of the restaurant along with three other individuals.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office reports Man refuses to pay Taxi Fare, threatens Driver with Shotgun
Montgomery County, TN – A man was arrested Saturday for refusing to pay taxi fare from Nashville to Clarksville and threatening to shoot the taxi driver with a shotgun.
Around 5:00am, the taxi driver was dropping off the man in Clarksville when he displayed the gun. The driver then called 911 and reported the incident.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to the call and arrested Steven Aaron White without incident.
Montgomery County, TN – Two deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office today completed a basic/at-scene crash investigation class offered by Tennessee Highway Patrol Critical Incident Response Team.
Deputies Jonathan Inman and Denis Bowles participated in the two-week course which was comprised of lecture and hands-on exercises about measuring the crash scene, photography, report writing, crash math, speed estimates, information gathering and more.
Montgomery County, TN – A Kentucky sex offender was arrested today in Clarksville as part of a joint operation between the Middle Tennessee USMS Fugitive Task Force and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.
Roderick R. Harper, 26, of Louisville, KY, was arrested at a residence in St. Bethlehem for warrants from Kentucky for violations of the sex offender registry, escape and other charges.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office reports pursuit ends in crash, arrest Josef Reed for felony theft
Montgomery County, TN – A Friday morning pursuit by the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office ended with a non-injury crash on Shannon Street and a suspect in custody.
After detectives from the Clarksville Police Department determined a suspect and description in relation to stolen air conditioning unit parts, they put out a “BOLO” (be on the lookout) notice and that the suspect was driving a 1993 white GMC Truck.
Montgomery County, TN – Investigator Jeffrey Morlock, Deputy Stephanie Price and Lt. Sonny Goodowens completed the 2014 St. Jude Half Marathon in Memphis, TN last weekend raising over $7,900 for the charity.
“Over 18,000 runners raised more than $6 million for the St. Jude Children’s hospital at this event,” Morlock said, adding that the hospital never charges families for services – it relies solely on donations to operate. “It costs about $2 million per day to run the hospital.”
Montgomery County, TN – A former corporal with the Montgomery County Workhouse has been indicted by the grand jury on drug charges and as in custody, to be booked into the Montgomery County Jail today.
Theodore Martin Morey, 35, who gave a Colby Cove address, will be booked on the charge of receipt of a counterfeit controlled substance. His bond will be set at $2,500.
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to a call for help by Houston County Sheriff’s Office yesterday in locating a stolen ATV, which led to a pursuit throughout the area.
The first call for assistance came in at 1:15pm, but deputies could not track down the ATV, but around 2:09pm, the vehicle was spotted on Buckner Loop Road.
Deputies Ethan Moss and Matthew Riels responded to the area, and Moss found the ATV on Williams circle, however the driver refused to stop, and both deputies chased the man. «Read the rest of this article»
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