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Loudon County Deputy graduates from Law Enforcement Academy
Loudon County Sheriff Tim W. Guider announces the graduation of Deputy Jason Tuttle from the Blount County Sheriff's Office ninth Basic Law Enforcement Academy.
The 11-week course began January 7th. Deputy Tuttle underwent 443 hours of intense law enforcement training, including criminal law, community relations, patrol tactics, defensive tactics, emergency vehicle operations, firearms, as well as other law enforcement-related topics. He was also required to meet Cooper Institute standards for physical fitness in several categories, including sit-ups, push-ups, vertical leap, one and a half mile run, 300 meter run, and an obstacle course. The training took place at Eagleton Middle School, as well as the Sheriff's Office training facility located on Honeysuckle Road in west Blount County.
Sheriff Guider would like to congratulate Deputy Tuttle upon his graduation from the Law Enforcement Academy and wishes him continued success in the future.
Released: Friday - March 22, 2013
Passing of K9 Deacon and K9 Denero
It is with great sadness that the Loudon County Sheriff's Office announces the passing of K9's Deacon and Denero. They were assigned to patrol and drug detection. Deacon died after a short battle with lymphosarcoma that developed in his liver. He was nine years old and served as a patrol / drug detection K9 for six years with the Loudon County Sheriff's Office, handled by Lt. Paul Curtis. Denero passed away this morning from a long battle with cancer. Denero was nearly ten years old and had a remarkable career as a patrol / drug detection K9. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Denero's partner for his entire six year career, Corporal Michael Watkins and his family. Deacon and Denero will be sadly missed and fondly remembered.
K9 Deacon - E.O.W. 08/27/2012
K9 Denero - E.O.W. 09/13/2012
K9 Denero sits with representations of many of his accomplishments thoughout his career. While Denero and Cpl. Watkins were very successful in competition, they were most recognized and regarded for their work in the community. K9 Denero will always be a special part of the Loudon County Sheriff's Office and the community of Loudon County.
K9 Deacon posing with drugs and money seized during a successful narcotics operation. Deacon will be missed by his family and the countless officers he assisted throughout his career.
Released: Thursday - September 13, 2012
Marijuana Grow Operation
Sheriff Tim Guider announced that on Friday, August 10, 2012 the Loudon County Sheriff’s Office Narcotics Unit concluded a two month long investigation of Bradley Scott Heater. On Friday, investigators went to the home of Heater at 21603 Vonore Rd, Loudon, TN to arrest him for allegedly selling marijuana to undercover sources. While at the home, investigators discovered marijuana and drug paraphernalia in plain sight. Sheriff Guider reported that the investigators obtained a search warrant for the property and served it that morning. During a search of the property, investigators found approximately 70 marijuana plants in the overgrown back yard of the residence. Additionally, they found equipment in the house for growing marijuana indoors, said Sheriff Guider. Approximately three and one half pounds of marijuana was also discovered in the house. Heater was allegedly in possession of a shotgun, also. Investigators collected the plants and all the other evidence from the property and arrested Heater.
Bradley Scott Heater was charged with Manufacturing Marijuana, Felony Drug Paraphernalia, Possession of Marijuana for Resale, Maintaining a dwelling for unlawful activity, and two counts of unlawful Possession of a Firearm. He is in the Loudon County Jail under a $63,000 bond, Guider advised.
Approximately 70 Marijuana Plants
Ziploc bags of Marijuana
Bradley Scott Heater - Age 44
Released: Monday - August 13, 2012
Investigators working together from the Loudon County Sheriff's Office and the Loudon City Police Department recovered stolen items from a gold wholesaler. After receiving reports of aggravated burglary and thefts from a residence on Robinson Drive within the city limits of Loudon and Barrier Drive in Loudon County, investigators tracked down Andy Hart, 25, of 19395 Stockton Valley Road and Jedediah Scott, 24, of 405 Engel Road in Loudon. Hart was charged with one count of Aggravated Burglary and one count of Theft over $1000. Scott was charged with two counts of Aggravated Burglary, Theft over $10,000 and Theft over $500.
Andrew Slade Hart - Age 25
Jedediah Benjamin Scott - Age 24
Released: Tuesday - August 7, 2012
12680 Hwy 11 W Suite 1
Lenoir City, TN 37771