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MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL Address

Montgomery County Jail
116 COMMERCE STREET
CLARKSVILLE, TN
37040

MONTGOMERY COUNTY JAIL Statistics

According to the latest jail census:
Average Daily Inmate Population: 392
Inmate Capacity: 646
Year Constructed: 1999
Full-Time Staff: 176
Total Staff Salaries: $5,270,374

Phone:(931) 648-0615

Montgomery County, TN Offense Statistics
Violent Crime 122
Murder and Non-Negligent Manslaughter 1
Rape (revised and legacy definition) 7
Robbery 3
Aggravated Assault 111
Property Crime 670
Burglary 190
Larceny-theft 440
Motor Vehicle Theft 40
Arson 5
Data Source: FBI Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program – Offenses Known to Law Enforcement by Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Counties, 2015
Note: The data shown in this table does not reflect county totals but are the number of offenses reported by the sheriff’s office or county police department

Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee

Information about the Sheriff's Office The basic political subdivision of the United States of America is the County, a format upon which all government is based. It is at the county level where crime can best be recognized and curtailed. The office of the Sheriff was first recognized in 1772 and was adopted into the Constitution of the State of Tennessee in 1796. Under the Constitution and Statutes of Tennessee, the Sheriff is an elected official, and the primary conservator of the peace. The Sheriff is charged with more statutory duties and responsibilities than any other elected or appointed official in the state. The office of Sheriff is the only elected position that requires that a candidate be psychologically tested to determine fitness to serve in the office. The Sheriff is elected for a term of four years and may succeed himself. There are no term limits. The Sheriffs of Tennessee are equally responsible to the inhabitants within the incorporated cities of their respective county as they are to the inhabitants outside the city limits. Duties of the Sheriff Suppress all affrays, riots, unlawful assemblies, insurrections and breaches of the peace. Detection of criminal activities, arrest of offenders, and investigation of all felonious activity within the county, including vice violations. Responsible for the free flow of vehicular traffic along all roads and the apprehension of all offenders. To arrest those known to have intention of breaching the peace, the execution of all criminal warrants and capiases issued. To attend all courts in the county when they are in session and obey the lawful orders of the court as well as providing security, custody and care of jurors. Responsible for the execution and return of all civil process and orders of the court according to law, the execution and return of all writs, delinquent taxes, and other processes legally issued, and to the levying of all executions which are delivered to his office. The Sheriff is the keeper of the county jail, required to take charge and custody of the prisoners therein and to receive those lawfully committed and keep them until they are discharged by law. Additionally, the Sheriff is required to transport all insane persons coming into his charge to an appropriate institution, and if they have been charged with or committed some criminal act, take charge of them upon restoration of competence. Each of these agencies has its own realm within which it functions. Municipal police agencies operate primarily within the city boundaries, not serving civil process nor do they operate or maintain jails. The Highway Patrol, while performing a valuable function, operates primarily in the area of traffic enforcement exclusively. The TBI on the other hand is an investigative body, but operates as an arm of the District Attorney General, and performs its duties at the direction of the District Attorney General except in certain specific criminal activity. The FBI and other federal agencies operate within the field of federal law alone. If there is no federal violation they do not intervene or assist. There are other facets of criminal justice which must be considered in light of the Sheriff's Office. Cities have municipal police agencies, the state provides the highway patrol, TBI, etc., and the federal government provides the FBI, ATF, DEA, along with others too numerous to mention There is one factor common is all criminal violations throughout Tennessee whether they be local, state or federal crimes, they all happen in the county. The county must provide protection to its citizens from local, federal, and/or state crimes. County Officers are not limited to specific violations or certain areas within the county, the sheriff is the chief law enforcement officer in the county and is responsible for it all. We in Tennessee recognize that all power is inherent in the people, all free governments are founded on their authority, and instituted for their peace, safety and happiness.
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, TennesseeSaturday, January 12th, 2019 at 5:48am
Please take a moment today to remember Deputy Bubba Johnson and keep his family in your thoughts and prayers. Deputy Johnson died in the line of duty five years ago today. He was a great man who loved serving his community. Gone but not forgotten.
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee added 3 new photos.Thursday, January 10th, 2019 at 5:43pm
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Clarksville Police Department, and U.S. Marshals Service have apprehended Timothy True Hutcherson.

Based on information gathered during the investigation into his escape, Hutcherson was located and taken into custody in the parking lot of Zaxby’s on Lowes Drive in Clarksville, Tennessee at approximately 8:00 pm on Thursday night.

Hutcherson will be booked into the Montgomery County Jail on an escape warrant with a $1,000,000 bond.

An investigation will be conducted into his whereabouts since his escape. If any additional charges are warranted against Hutcherson or anyone who may have aided him, they will be filed.

“Teamwork between multiple law enforcement agencies lead to the successful capture of Hutcherson,” said Sheriff John Fuson. “I am glad that we were able to apprehend him without incident”.
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee added 3 new photos.Thursday, January 10th, 2019 at 10:32am
UPDATE: Andrew Scott Giarratano, 29, Charles Victor Mullins, 33, and Jason Glendale Woosley, 36, have been taken into custody.
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Investigators with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office have issued arrest warrants for three bounty hunters working for Grumpy’s Bail Bonds for assault and failure to follow state laws on bounty hunting procedures.

Andrew Scott Giarratano, 29, Charles Victor Mullins, 33, and Jason Glendale Woosley, 36, went to a residence in the 2000 block of River Road at approximately 12:45 a.m. on November 16, 2018, to take into custody two individuals who had misdemeanor warrants of out of Hickman County.

The bounty hunters attempted to make forced entry into the home by kicking in the front door. When the victim heard the noise he asked the men who they were. They informed him they were bounty hunters. The victim told them to hold on while he put away his dog that bites. When he returned to the door, the bounty hunters had kicked it in striking the victim on the forehead. The victim required medical attention and more than a dozen stitches to his forehead.

When the bounty hunters arrived at the Montgomery County Jail to turn over custody of the two individuals, they did not have copies of the certified bond or capias and they did not have a pocket card certifying they had completed the training required by state law.

Bond for Giarratano, Mullins, and Woosley is set at $5000 each.

Anyone with information on their location is asked to call 911 or Investigator Geoff Blanchard at 931-648-0611 ext. 13408.

You can also call Crime Stoppers at 931-645-TIPS (8477) or visit www.P3tips.com/591. Crime Stoppers offers up to a $1000.00 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of persons involved in a crime. All callers remain anonymous.
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, TennesseeTuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 7:01pm
Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Thank you to all the men and women who put their lives on the line to keep their communities safe. If you would like to express your support of law enforcement, here are a few suggestions:

• Wear blue clothing in support of law enforcement.
• Send a card of support to your local police department or state agency.
• Share a story about a positive law enforcement experience on social media.
• Ask children in your community to write letters in support of law enforcement.
• Participate in Project Blue Light - Proudly display a blue porch light in support of law enforcement.

Most importantly, if you see a police officer or deputy, thank them.
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, TennesseeTuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 11:18am
On Friday January 4, 2019, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Warrants and Sexual Offender Unit worked with the assistance of the Austin Peay State University Police Department to arrest subjects with outstanding warrants.

By 10 pm Friday they had arrested 18 subjects, the charges included:

-Violation of the Sex Offender Registry
-Statutory Rape x 2, Rape, and Sexual Battery by an Authority Figure x 2
-Possession for Resale x 2 and Possession without Prescription
-Unlawful Drug Paraphilia X 4 and Simple Possession
-Possession of a Weapon by a Felon x 3
-Resisting Arrest and Disorderly Conduct
-Child Abuse, Domestic Assault x 2 and Aggravated Assault x 2
-Aggravated Burglary and Vehicle Burglary
-Forgery and Identity Theft x 2
-Traffic Violations x 4

The Sheriff’s Office is committed to actively serving the criminal warrants issued in Montgomery County to ensure that offenders are held accountable for their actions.

If you have a tip on the location of a subject with warrants on file you can contact the Warrants Unit online at the Sheriff’s Office webpage or at (931) 648-0611 ext 13209.
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee
Montgomery County Sheriff's Office, Tennessee added 5 new photos.Monday, January 7th, 2019 at 11:43am
Please help us welcome the newest members to the MCSO family. Michael Caver, Marc McElroy, Dennis Morgan, and Albert Smith have been assigned to the Patrol Division. Emmanuel Graham has been assigned to the School Resource Division.
Thursday, January 10th, 2019 at 2:43pm
The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Clarksville Police Department, and U.S. Marshals Service have apprehended Timothy True Hutcherson.

Based on information gathered during the investigation into his... https://t.co/rf5svPMJ5x
Thursday, January 10th, 2019 at 7:32am
Investigators with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office have issued arrest warrants for three bounty hunters working for Grumpy’s Bail Bonds for assault and failure to follow state laws on bounty hunting procedures.... https://t.co/b2D6deeLyP
Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 4:01pm
Today is National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day. Thank you to all the men and women who put their lives on the line to keep their communities safe. If you would like to express your support of law enforcement, here are... https://t.co/eDLTxja7N1
Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 at 8:18am
On Friday January 4, 2019, the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Warrants and Sexual Offender Unit worked with the assistance of the Austin Peay State University Police Department to arrest subjects with... https://t.co/M9a6r5WXeZ
Monday, January 7th, 2019 at 8:43am
Please help us welcome the newest members to the MCSO family. Michael Caver, Marc McElroy, Dennis Morgan, and Albert Smith have been assigned to the Patrol Division. Emmanuel Graham has been assigned to the School Resource Division.
Saturday, January 5th, 2019 at 2:16pm
Joint release from multiple agencies:

Members of the Clarksville Police Department's Special Operations Unit (CPD/SOU) and 19th Judicial District Drug Task Force (19th JDDTF), Tennessee Bureau of Investigation... https://t.co/81z7MyhZ66