A police pursuit of a stolen vehicle out of Coffee County ended in Rutherford County with fatal results. South Church street is currently shut down and is not expected to reopen for awhile. Traffic is being rerouted.
The City of La Vergne has a new assistant police chief. Effectively immediately, Glenn L. Taylor is serving as second in command of the 72-member force, including 52 commissioned officers, dispatchers, and records clerks.
Taylor brings more than 31 years of law enforcement experience to La Vergne. He previously retired as a supervisor and manager with the Hendersonville Police Department where he was a leader in the patrol division, while also serving in multiple administrative roles. In addition, he spent more than 21 years in the Tennessee National Guard with duties including administrative, security, logistics, and training.
“I am pleased Glenn came out of retirement to serve in the La Vergne Police Department,” said Police Chief Mike Walker. “He is a welcome addition as man of integrity, professionalism and honor. He not only gives, but receives respect.”
Mayor Senna Mosley was pleased with his selection. “Assistant Chief Taylor brings many years of law enforcement experience to La Vergne. He is the very definition of what we are seeking in employees when asked to perform their tasks ethically, morally, and legally. It is a pleasure to congratulate and welcome Glenn.”
Taylor and his wife, Wanda have two children and two grandchildren.
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