Halloween

Keep Trick or Treaters safe on HalloweenAs the kids are putting the final touches on their Halloween costumes; Monroe County Sheriff’s Office has a plan to keep Trick or Treaters safe on Halloween. Please read and share the letter below. #knowbeforeyougo To conduct a sex offender search, go to our … Read More

National Rx Takeback Day

DEA’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Saturday, October 26, 2019. It is hosted locally by: Monroe County Sheriff’s Office Monroe County Prevention & Wellness Coalition Wal-Mart. National Take-Back Day is a safe, convenient, and responsible way to dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs. You can drop off … Read More

New K9 Handler

Left to Right: Chief Deputy Chris White, Deputy DJ Taylor, & Sheriff Tommy Jones Congratulations DJ & StormCongratulations to the newest K9 Handler in the Patrol Division! Deputy DJ Taylor was recently assigned to the K9 Team. Deputy Taylor attended the Cleveland State Law Enforcement Training Academy, graduating in 2012. … Read More

Samantha Filley Promoted to Detective

Left to right: Captain Detective Mack Williams, Detective Samantha Filley, Sheriff Tommy Jones, and Chief Deputy Chris White. Congratulations to our newest detective. Officer Samantha Filley, from the Patrol Division, has joined the Sheriff’s Detectives Division. Samantha has worked for the MCSO since 2006, starting out in the Corrections Division. … Read More

TBI Blue Alert

Curtis Ray Watson Curtis Ray WatsonThe Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has issued a Statewide Tennessee Blue Alert for Curtis Ray Watson. Watson is listed as a person of interest in the homicide of a Tennessee Department of Correction employee on August 7th, 2019 and is an escapee from the West … Read More

Tennessee Hands Free Law

posted in: New Law, News Event

The new hands-free law takes effect starting July 1, 2019. All drivers in the state must use a hands-free device to take calls while driving. Tennessee already bans texting while driving. Drivers could face a fine up to $200 for using their cellphone while driving. A driver’s first violation will … Read More

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