Fri, Nov 27, 2015


Unknown caller calls Murfreesboro Police Department demanding to speak with custodian

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Whoever is making phone calls claiming to work for the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office, just turned the heat up on themselves. Someone actually called the Murfreesboro Police Department demanding to speak with a custodian at the department. The unknown caller told dispatchers if they failed to put the employee on the phone, they would be served with a subpoena. The caller, who claimed to be either “Al” or “Val,” even had a subpoena number that they shared with the police dispatcher who took the call.

The Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office confirmed to police that they have been having a problem with an unknown person or persons calling people in Murfreesboro claiming to be with the Sheriff’s Office. In fact, one call to a local resident was supposedly from Sheriff Robert Arnold. The only hiccup in that call, the caller had a foreign accent. That is something that Sheriff Arnold does not have. Read that story HERE

The case was turned over Detective Dan Goodwin with the Sheriff’s Office. So far, no arrests have been made.


Murfreesboro Police Incident Report


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