Topic: Jesse Reynolds
Clarksville, TN – On Monday, October 5th 2020, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO) held a ceremony for family and friends to celebrate six promotions.
Captain Jesse Reynolds has been promoted to Assistant Chief Deputy of Enforcement Operations. ACD Reynolds began his career with the Sheriff’s Office in 1998 as a Patrol Deputy.
In 2002 he was promoted to Investigator; in 2007 to Sergeant/Director of the Drug Task Force; in 2010 to Lieutenant of Criminal Investigations; in 2012 to Enforcement Bureau Captain. ACD Reynolds brings 22 years of experience into his new position.
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Clarksville, TN – The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office raised $4,742 for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital during their No-Shave November Campaign.
No-Shave November is a non-profit organization devoted to growing cancer awareness and raising funds to support cancer prevention, research, and education.
Deputies were able to participate in No-Shave November by making a $30.00 donation to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
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, TN – Officials with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office had to detain an aggressive juvenile in a parking lot near the Court Complex early this morning.
Inv. Julie Webb was walking to court when she noticed what seemed to be a teenager and adult female yelling at each other in the parking lot near the parking garage.
“I asked the woman, who I found out later was his mother, if she needed help, telling her that I’m a police officer,” Webb said. “She said, ‘Yes, he needs to be arrested.'” «Read the rest of this article»
Nashville, TN – Late Deputy David “Bubba” Johnson was awarded the Three Stars of Tennessee Award this morning at the War Memorial Auditorium. Johnson’s wife, Jennifer and daughter, Shelby, accepted the award, and several members of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office were also in attendance.
Sheriff John Fuson nominated Deputy Johnson to receive this award earlier this year. His public safety career spanned three decades with Montgomery County EMS, Clarksville Police Department and the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office.
Clarksville, TN – Students at Barksdale Elementary School prepared for this week’s Social Studies test, but aside from hitting the books, they were taught by several officials in local government.
Captain Jesse Reynolds of the MCSO introduced Clarksville City Mayor Kim McMillan, Montgomery County Director of Administration Phil Harpel, Circuit Judge Ross Hicks, Assistant District Attorney Daniel Stephenson, Attorney Michael Pugh, K-9 Deputy Kelley Potter along with K-9 Mali and Deputy Tim Harp of the bomb squad.
Clarksville, TN – On December 20th, 2011, around 12:18am, Emergency personnel responded to an explosion at 205 Lexington Drive where a man was outside screaming for help.
When officers arrived on scene they found a man outside with burns to face and upper body. The glass was blown out of the windows of apartment D and the siding had separated from the building. There was also fire inside of apartment D.
Clarksville, TN – On August 11th, 2011 around 7:10pm, officers responded to a vehicle fire on Martin Luther King Parkway. The vehicle occupants were seen running from the scene.
When officers arrived the vehicle driver was still at the scene but three others had fled on foot. They were all eventually located. One of the passengers, Charles Coates, had sustained second degree burns and was taken by Lifeflight to Vanderbilt.
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