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Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office promotes Denis Bowles, John Bushnell, Daniel Gagnon

 

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office - MCSOClarksville, TN – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) would like congratulate Denis Bowles and John Bushnell on their promotion to Corporal and Daniel Gagnon on his promotion to Sergeant.

Corporal Denis Bowles began his career with the MCSO in July 2012 as a Deputy in the Patrol Division. Prior to working full time for the Sheriff’s Office, Bowles served as a MCSO Reserve Deputy from November 2010 to July 2012.

Corporal Bowles brings nearly nine years of law enforcement experience to his new position.

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office promotes Denis Bowles to Corporal.

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office promotes Denis Bowles to Corporal.

Corporal John Bushnell

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office promotes John Bushnell to Corporal.

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office promotes John Bushnell to Corporal.

Corporal John Bushnell began his career with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in August 2018 as a Deputy in the Patrol Division. Prior to working for the Sheriff’s Office Bushnell worked for the Clarksville Police Department for eight years and the Cheatham County Sheriff’s Office for two years.

He is also a Veteran of the U.S. Army where he served as a Military Policeman for eight years of combined active and reserve duty service. Corporal Bushnell brings a total of 18 years of law enforcement experience to his new position.

 


Sergeant Daniel Gagnon

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office promotes Daniel Gagnon to Sergeant.

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office promotes Daniel Gagnon to Sergeant.

Sergeant Daniel Gagnon began his career with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office in May 2013 as a Deputy in the Patrol Division. In February 2016, he was promoted to Investigator and transferred to the Drug Task Force. Gagnon is a veteran of the U.S. Army and previously worked for Dover Police Department.

He brings more than seven years of law enforcement experience to his new position.


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