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Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office promotes Seven Deputies

 

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO)

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office - MCSOClarksville, TN – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office would like to congratulate seven deputies on their recent promotion to Corporal/FTO in the Detention Services Bureau.

Corporal Mack Little began his career with the Sheriff’s Office in April of 2016 as a Jail Deputy. Little was promoted to FTO in April of 2018 and has nearly 3 years of service with our agency.

Corporal Danielle Williams began her career with the Sheriff’s Office in July of 2004 as a Jail Deputy. Williams was promoted to FTO in October of 2013 and has more than 14 years of service with our agency.

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office promotes Seven Deputies

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office promotes Seven Deputies

Corporal Heather Overbye began her career with the Sheriff’s Office in April of 2016 as a Jail Deputy. Overbye was promoted to FTO in April of 2018 and has nearly 3 years of service with our agency.

Corporal Andrew Thompson began his career with the Sheriff’s Office in November of 2014 as Deputy with the Jail. Thompson was promoted to FTO in April of 2016 and has more than 4 years of service with our agency.

Corporal Candi Duffie began her career with the Sheriff’s Office as a Reserve Deputy in November of 2009. Duffie took a full time position as a Jail Deputy in January of 2012 and was promoted to FTO in February of 2018. Duffie has more than 9 years of service with our agency.

Corporal Brandon Nugent began his career with the Sheriff’s Office in April of 2007 as a Jail Deputy. Nugent has nearly 12 years of service with our agency.

Corporal Dustin Huff began his career with the Sheriff’s Office in August of 2016 as a Jail Deputy. Huff has over 2 years of service with our agency.

“We are happy to see them step-up to a leadership role at the Sheriff’s Office,” said Assistant Chief and Jail Administrator Douglas Tackett. “I’m confident they will serve the Sheriff’s Office and community well.”


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