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Scott County Sheriff's Deputy's Continuous Patrol Leads to Multiple Arrests Part 1


Scott County Sheriff's Deputy's Continuous Patrol Leads to Multiple Arrests for Possession of Methamphetamine and Paraphernalia...Your Deputies Continue to Bust their Tales Keeping Scott County Safe.

(This is a Two (2) Part News Release)

Scott County- On 3-2-2024 at approximately 10:29 am, Scott County Sheriff's Office First Sergeant Johnney Coomer was on patrol near the Scott / Jackson County Line on US Highway 31. First Sergeant Coomer initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle, and the driver, identified as William M. Bogard, 64, of Winchester, Tennessee, immediately told First Sergeant Coomer he had no driver's license when asked to produce one. A check in the IDACS/NCIC System revealed Bogard was wanted in Jackson County on a warrant for an unrelated criminal offense. Further investigation at the scene led to the discovery of a substantial amount of Methamphetamine (approximately 29.1 grams), Marijuana (approximately 1 pound), Paraphernalia, and $1,401.00 in cash. William M. Bogard was placed under arrest for the following criminal offenses.

  • Dealing in Methamphetamine - at least 10 Grams
  • Possession of Methamphetamine
  • Maintaining a Common Nuisance
  • Possession of Paraphernalia
  • Possession of Marijuana
  • Driving while Suspended - Prior Offense
  • Wanted on an Out of County Warrant (Jackson County)

Bogard was transported to the Scott County Jail without incident, where he remains in custody. Assisting First Sergeant Coomer at the scene was Deputy Cody Newsome of the Sheriff's Office and Sergeant Cody Kelly of the Austin City Police Department 

                              WILLIAM BOGARD

                                    William M. Bogard                         


                              Alleged Methamphetamine                 


                                     Alleged Marijuana

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