After speaking with, concerned citizen, Shelly Couch, we have contacted, 911 Director, Jimmy Turnbo and verified, by G.P.S., there was no Sheriff’s unit at Cash Saver last night. We also spoke with each Deputy and verified that no Sheriff’s Deputy has told anyone they could not fly any type of flag on their vehicle. It is not against the law.
If anyone is pulled over for this reason, please contact the Sheriff’s office at 931-722-3613
Southern Software is helping the Wayne County Sheriff's Office increase its information sharing and records keeping efforts to better serve our communities.
The sheriff's office has completed the process of upgrading to Southern Software Records Management System (RMS) and Jail Management System (JMS), providing new software solutions for the agency's law enforcement records management, corrections management, decision support, and field reporting abilities.
Southern Software was chosen due to their innovative software solutions and because they are a company we can grow with.
“After raising enough money in our special litigation fund, without raising taxes or taking money from the county budget, we were able to proceed with this much needed upgrade”, Sheriff Ric Wilson said.
This software comes with many internal features but also some that the public can utilize. The public can now get real time information on inmates booked in and out of the Wayne County Jail. Present and former (past 5 days) inmates can now be looked up to see their name, DOB, age, charges, court date, mug shot, bond info and much more. This is all seen on the sheriff’s webpage, www.waynetnso.com and navigating to the inmate search link or by going to http://18.104.22.168/DCN
When asked about the software upgrade, BJ Eaton, Administrative Assistant for the Sheriff’s Office said, “It’s so user friendly and the support and customer service Southern Software gives is the best. This software will help streamline our records for many years to come."
Upgrading to this new software will also help our deputy’s and correctional officers work more safely and efficiently to better serve you in the community.
Wayne County News Reports:
After receiving numerous complaints from the citizens of Clifton, the Sheriff’s Office launched an investigation of establishments throughout the county and found some suspicious activity at the Cross-eyed Cricket at 509 East Walter St. in Clifton. Underage confidential informants were sent into the establishment numerous times to see if they would be able to purchase alcohol. Each time, CI’s were sold the alcohol without even having their ID’s checked. The following were employees at the Cross-eyed Cricket and were arrested for selling alcohol to minors.
Marala Mae Irwin, 50 of Clifton was arrested on Friday Nov. 7, 2014 for selling alcoholic beverages to undercover CI’s who were under the age of 21 and working with the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office. The first incident was on April 16, 2014 and the second on September 17, 2014.
Sandeep Raghu Suverna, 30 of Lewisburg was arrested on Nov. 6, 2014 for selling alcoholic beverages to undercover, underage CI’s. The first incident occurred on April 16, 2014 and the second on September 4, 2014.
Both employees were booked onto Wayne County Jail on a $5,000.00 bond.
|Sandeep Raghu Suverna||Marala Mae Irwin|
Wayne County News Reports:
On Thursday, October 30, 2014 Clifton Patrol Officer, Timmy Harris was dispatched to 301 Cleveland St. for a break- in report. When he arrived he found Peter Allen Ross, 39 of Clifton who stated that he had broken the glass out of the door and entered the house. Officer Harris placed Ross under arrest for burglary and Ross pulled away and Officer Harris had to restrain him on the ground. Ross was booked into Wayne County Jail for burglary and resisting arrest on a $100,000.00 bond.
Peter Allen Ross