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Today Sheriff Davis had the privilege to join in on the award ceremony along with the members of Star Physical Therapy in congratulating Jeremiah, pictured below, as he was the proud winner of the pie in the face award, this award was a result from the month long fund raiser the employees competed in to raise funds for (Support the Force) a program that helps the efforts of the TACP( Tn Association of Chiefs of Police) with the continued community building efforts between law enforcement and their local communities.

7 days ago

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3800 block Hwy 231 is blocked due to a traffic crash. This mess will take a little while to clean up.

2 weeks ago

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Update on the juvenile escapee from NTYA. We have reason to believe that the young man is no longer in our area. The investigation and search continue but we do not believe that he will victimize any of our residents at this point.

2 weeks ago

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We have an escaped juvenile from Natchez Trace Youth Academy in the area of Tennessee River Blue Creek Rd in the south end of the county. We are prohibited from posting a picture or providing the young mans name. The young man is a white male 5’ 9” 169 pounds. He has blonde hair and blue eyes. He was last seen wearing an orange shirt with tan pants with no shoes. He had stolen an employees car in his escape but later crashed it in the Cuba Landing area. According to other agencies that have dealt with him he has violent tendencies and has stolen other cars. The youth also has a past history of arson. Residents in the area should keep an eye out and also lock their vehicles and residences. We will continue to look for him as well as the staff at NTYA. If you see anything suspicious please contact us at 931-296-2301.

2 weeks ago

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Tonight is the first shift for our second patrol dog Kuko. Deputy Yates and Kuko were certified in narcotics detection this week. They will continue there training for tracking and apprehension skills. You will be seeing a lot of these two. If you see Deputy Yates out take a minute to meet Kuko. He is a fun loving Belgian Malinois. He will lick you to death until it's work time. The drug sellers and users better get ready because Kuko and Ciro are coming for you.

4 weeks ago

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Today Sheriff Davis and other Deputies met the challenge of donating Blood to the Red Cross's blood mobile in efforts to show their care for others and sharing the gift of life. Special thanks to the ER folks for sending us the challenge.

4 weeks ago

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HCSO took possession of three Chevrolet Tahoes for patrol operations. Each year Sheriff Davis purchases quality used vehicles for our department. This year we were able to locate the Tahoes that were formally used by the Department of Homeland Security. These vehicles are 4X4 and will diversify our fleet. They should provide especially useful in the more rural areas of the county. “We have been lucky over the years to find cars that worked well but these SUV’s will be a homerun,” said Sheriff Davis. These vehicles will also be easier to work on than our current Dodge Chargers. We have other Tahoes and they have held up extraordinarily well.

1 month ago

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Today our newest Deputy starts patrol. Deputy Ciro is a German Shepard that was imported from Poland. He is currently certified in narcotics detection and is still training for tracking and criminal apprehension. Ciro will certainly prove to be an asset in locating drug evidence. He will also assist in searching for missing persons or criminals that flee from deputies. Deputy Fortner is partnered with Ciro and is working very hard to obtain the different certifications needed for this partnership. It take tremendous amount of dedication and work to make this possible. We are certainly excited to have both on staff.

1 month ago

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Every day we should talk to our children about the consequences of drug usage. This is an overwhelming burden on our people, not just in Humphreys County. Far too often people rationalize different substances that are abused. That rational often leads to trying different substances. We must change the tide of addiction.

1 month ago

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Deputy Warren had a rough night last night working for our citizens. He was a muddy mess. On a bright note he went home safe.

1 month ago

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