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Update on Miller Arrest

Thursday, 11 October 2018

Zachary Miller, who was arrested earlier today in East Knox County on outstanding warrants, is also a wanted felon out of Georgia.  He’ll be extradited to Cobb County on multiple charges of armed robbery.

Today he was charged with aggravated assault on an officer ($5,000 bond), evading arrest in vehicle, on foot ($2,500 bond), possession of stolen property (license place, $1,000 bond), and fugitive from justice (bond denied). 

Outstanding warrants for Miller in Knox County are 2 counts of aggravated burglary ($40,000 bond), felony forgery ($2,000), misdemeanor theft ($1,000 bond), and violation of probation (bond denied).

His female companion, Amanda Branch, was charged with fleeing on foot ($1,000 bond).

 

 

Suspected Felon Nabbed by KCSO

Thursday, 11 October 2018

Officers with the Knox County Sheriff’s Office Special Investigations Unit, the Highway Interdiction Unit, and the Narcotics Unit took a man in custody this afternoon that was wanted on multiple outstanding warrants.  He is identified as 34 year old Zachary Miller. Officers took him and a female companion into custody at the dead end of Cannon Lane in East Knox County shortly after 1 o’clock.  Miller and the female were spotted at an Exxon gas station on Straw Plains Pike by officers.  The two fled leading officers on a short pursuit.  Officers lost sight of the car, but a few minutes later found it abandoned nearby.  A K-9 tracked the two to a neighboring field and they were taken into custody without incident. Officers found two drills and numerous hypodermic needles in the car.

Miller is wanted on multiple felonies.  It hasn’t been determined yet if the female will be charged. 

 

 

KCSO Captain Phil Dalton Graduates from FBI Academy

Tuesday, 02 October 2018

The Knox County Sheriff’s Office is proud to announce that Captain Phil Dalton has graduated from the FBI National Academy at Quantico, Virginia. Dalton has been with the Sheriff’s Office for twenty years, starting as a Corrections Officer, Patrol Officer for 7 years, Patrol Sergeant for 8 years, Patrol Lieutenant for 2 years and Captain for a year.  Captain Dalton is now Training Coordinator and SWAT Team Leader.  He has been on the SWAT Team for 14 years.

The FBI Academy is internationally known for its academic excellence. The ten weeks of training consisted of advanced communication, leadership, and fitness training.  Two hundred and twenty-eight law enforcement officers graduated from this class.

The FBI National Academy prides itself on providing training for the top 1% of law enforcement leaders.

Congratulations Captain Phil Dalton!

 

 

Hiring!

Friday, 28 September 2018

There are two immediate job openings at the Knox County Sheriff’s Office:  Med Techs and Data Communications Engineer. 

Med Tech has the primary responsibility to perform a variety of medical functions related to the health and welfare of the inmates.

Medical Assistant Certificate Preferred

Starting Salary: $32,057.80

Visit www.knoxcounty.org/meritsystem to apply or contact the Merit System Office at 865/215-4446 for more information.

The Data Communications Engineer has the primary responsibility to troubleshoot and maintain the various computers and other electronic systems of the Sheriff’s Office as directed by the IT administrator(s).

BS degree or combination of education and equivalent experience is preferred.

 Starting Salary: $38,113.48

The following experience is required for this position:

1.            General understanding of the operation and maintenance of a personal computer or laptop.

2.            General understanding of network and interoperability devices.

3.            General understanding of Windows Operating Systems and Software.

Visit www.knoxcounty.org/meritsystem to apply or contact the Merit System Office at 865/215-4446 for more information.

 

 

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