Topic: MOntgomery County Sheriff’s Office
Montgomery County, TN – Scammers are once again targeting residents of Montgomery County, purporting to be officials of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.
Sgt. Steve Heise said the MCSO has received several complaints from victims who were told they had outstanding warrants, sometimes for failure to appear for jury duty.
“The subject will then ask the victim to put $1,000 on a Green Dot card and then give them the number over the phone, or they will be immediately arrested,” Heise said. «Read the rest of this article»
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office reports SRO teamwork halts High School Football game Shooting Threat
Montgomery County, TN – A man who made threats through social media early Friday, October 24th, about committing a shooting at a football game was quickly apprehended at Clarksville High School.
Around noon Friday, SRO Deputy Jesse James received a tip of possible threats from a man who planned to show up to a high school football game and commit a shooting.
“The threats couldn’t be directly confirmed, but we take every threat to citizen safety seriously,” said Montgomery County Sheriff John Fuson.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Investigator graduates from Tennessee Bureau of Investigations State Academy
“The training was outstanding and second to none,” Heise said.”
As part of Operation SRO Fall Fling, the deputies apprehended 9 fugitives, clearing a total of 31 felony and 5 misdemeanor warrants ranging from theft to rape.
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office investigators worked throughout the night to locate Ryan Santos, the teen who fled transport yesterday afternoon.
Through several leads, investigators found that Santos made it to Fredericksburg, Virginia, where he was apprehended by the Frederick County Sheriffs Office.
Montgomery County, TN – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has released a photo of escaped juvenile Ryan Santos. Santos escaped from transport yesterday, October 16th and is currently evading law enforcement officers.
Santos, a Hispanic male with a ponytail wearing three pairs of shorts and a multi-colored shirt.
The charges he now faces include aggravated burglary, possession of a weapon, six counts of reckless endangerment, aggravated assault and escape.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office releases name of escaped Juvenile; Suspect may have fled the county
Montgomery County, TN – The juvenile who escaped from transport earlier today and is currently evading Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office deputies is 15-year-old Ryan Santos.
Santos, a Hispanic male with a ponytail wearing three pairs of shorts and a multi-colored shirt, is still evading police.
The charges he now faces include aggravated burglary, possession of a weapon, six counts of reckless endangerment, aggravated assault and escape. «Read the rest of this article»
Montgomery County, TN – Deputies with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office are continuing the search for one of two juveniles who escaped transport earlier this afternoon.
The two were being transported from court back to Middle Tennessee Juvenile Detention by a correctional officer with the facility.
Around 1:00pm, passersby called 911 when the juveniles jumped from the back window of the transport van at the stoplight at state routes 48 and 149.
Clarksville, TN – On Monday, October 13th, 2014 at 4:32pm, the Clarksville Police Department responded to a Aggravated Assault at the 200 block of Northridge Drive.
The victim stated that he was standing outside by the garage when individuals he knew as “TJ” and a juvenile (first & last name of juvenile was given) drove by and shot him. The victim did not provide any more details.
The victim was transported by EMS to Gateway Medical Center. He does not appear to have life threatening injuries from being shot.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Daymar Institute to host Domestic Violence Awareness event tomorrow
Montgomery County, TN – Organizers hope an event tomorrow will help raise awareness of domestic violence and local victims.
Deputy Peggy Macias said the “Remember My Name” event was first brought to Montgomery County in October 2013, during Domestic Violence Awareness month, to Kenwood High School in memory of assistant principal Pam Cooper, who was killed by her ex-husband.
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