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WANTED: HCSO is looking for the whereabouts of James David Smith. Smith has several active warrants to include Aggravated Burglary and Theft. If you know the whereabouts of Smith please call 931-296-2301 or 931-296-7792. You may also message us here or email to CID@hcsotn.com. Smith is a convicted thief and is likely breaking into more houses. If you see him you should be mindful of your property and call us immediately.

1 day ago

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It has come to our attention that a group of people are alleging some sort of cover up regarding the dog fighting investigation. The fact of the matter is that is furthest from the truth. HCSO has conducted additional search warrants and are actively investigating this matter. We have trailers full of evidence that is still being gone through and cataloged. The size and scope of this investigation is overwhelming, and our detectives are actively working a tremendous number of other cases in addition to this one. The animals are in a safe place and being cared for. It is easy to say that HCSO is coving this matter up because you have not seen an arrest. We certainly understand that but we must not make hasty decisions or arrest people without sufficient evidence. This evidence must meet the standards of a court of law rather than the court of public opinion. Therefore, we will present the facts of this case to the District Attorney and to a future Grand Jury. Trust that we are working this matter with diligence but keep in mind this is not the only investigation that this being handled. I apologize for the tone of this post but it is disheartening when our ethics are challenged. It is safe to say that ARC has a good understanding of the actual scope of this investigation and we are certain they agree with our pace. If anyone has additional information about this case please contact Sheriff Davis or Captain Anderson at CID@hcsotn.com.

5 days ago

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We have a few openings remaining for the February 17th handgun carry permit class. If you would like to sign up please email Brandy Burns at bburns@hcsotn.com or call 931-296-2301 ext 146

2 weeks ago

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After a couple days of persistence the boys got their guy! Job well done gentlemen! Offender was wanted on charges stemming from Aggravated Burglary of a Residence.

3 weeks ago

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The Humphreys County Sheriff's Office will be hosting a Shotgun Deployment Level 1 Course on March 2, 2018. ONLY 20 SPOTS AVAILABLE. RESERVE NOW. PLEASE SEE ATTACHED FLYER FOR MORE DETAILS. Also you can contact Lt. R. Jay Phelps at the Sheriff's Office for more information. www.condition-1.com/shotgun-deployment-le-only WEAPON DEPLOYMENT AND MANIPULATION/ADVANCED COURSES OF FIRE/MOVEMENT TECHNIQUES AND MUCH MORE… ____ CONTACT INFO (615) 500-5002 (615) 627-6354

3 weeks ago

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Humphreys County’s Joint Emergency Response Team along with HCSO and MPD are executing a narcotic search warrant on Blair Blvd in McEwen.

3 weeks ago

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Just in case any of my gun buddies are down for a class. It’s going to be solid.

3 weeks ago

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BUCKLE UP FOR SAFETY! - On Friday, January 26, the Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT) along with the Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP), Humphreys County Sheriff’s Office, Waverly Police Department in conjunction with the Governor’s Highway Safety Office placed message boards on Tennessee State Highway 70 on the East and West bound sides of traffic for the “BUCKLE UP IN YOUR TRUCK” campaign. According to the latest information, of seatbelt usage in a whole averages 88.9%, but in pickup trucks there is a sharp decline in seatbelt usage, especially in rural areas, the usage drops to 81.8%. This is in an effort to promote safety and save lives. Remember to “BUCKLE UP IN YOUR TRUCK”! Pictured from left to right: TDOT Rep. Derek Pryor, Sheriff Chris Davis, THP Lt. Jon Officer, Chief Grant Gillespie, Capt. Devin Elliott, Trooper Edward Dexter and THP Sgt. J.D. Blackwell

3 weeks ago

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HCSO will be hosting two separate tactical classes at the training center on Scepter Road in March and April, classes are open to civilians.

3 weeks ago

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Yesterday Sheriff Davis, Deputy Warren, and K9 Deputy Kuko visited Mrs. Burnette's 4th Grade Class st Waverly Jr High. The students got to interact with K9 Deputy Kuko as well as watch a demonstration of his training. We would like to thank Mrs. Burnette for the opportunity to come and spend some time with you class of wonderful young people. They were very intrigued and attentive. Mrs Burnette's class had 100% participation in a recent food drive sponsored by the Sheriff Office to help Santa during the Christmas Season. Thank you again for your participation in both the food drive and the visit. We hope to come back soon.

4 weeks ago

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