Two More Sheriff’s Office employees Caught Driving Drunk!!! One involved in Traffic Accident!!! Report and Request by Robert A. Williams

Reliable sources report that, besides the female Sheriff’s Employee working in the jail, two more jail employees have been caught recently driving drunk. One was involved in a serious traffic accident involving another vehicle driven by a civilian. Names have been provided, but, are not provided to protect my sources.

The female employee, from Rutherford County, who was charged with DWI as well as speeding was the first. Not only is she still at work, she is reported to be on the Sheriff’s Office Honor Guard and rumored to be romantically involved with others at the Sheriff’s Office.

Now, two more get DWIs and keep their jobs!!!

Perhaps there are no Personnel Policies involving Drunk Drivers at the Sheriff’s Office or with any other county office. Maybe not in the DA’s Office either. But maybe there should be.

Let’s find out:

1. Commissioners Susan Allen, Ronnie Whetstine, Johnny Hutchins, Doug Bridges and Deb Hardin. Give us a public Statement on this situation.

2. Sheriff Alan Norman and DA Mike Miller too.

Us citizens, taxpayers and voters want to know. NOW!!!

Please Respond to this as soon as possible. Otherwise, we must assume and know that YOU just Don’t Care!!!

2 comments for “Two More Sheriff’s Office employees Caught Driving Drunk!!! One involved in Traffic Accident!!! Report and Request by Robert A. Williams

  1. Jaxs Newton
    March 9, 2020 at 10:00 pm

    Robert they can’t reply because of federal laws…. What you can do is look up the names of those charged in the state database located in the lobby of the criminal division of the courthouse … it’s open to the public by law….

  2. Robert A Williams
    March 11, 2020 at 7:55 pm

    They can comment on whether or not there are policies about such as this. And, if there are no policies,they can make some new policies.

    Federal Law says you are innocent until guilty. But, like all the teachers involved with sex crimes with children, they can be put out of the classroom until they are cleared of the charges.

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