Two Fort Campbell Soldiers arrested for impersonating police officers


Two Fort Campbell soldiers have been arrested for allegedly impersonating Clarksville, Tennessee police officers and illegally pulling citizens over.

According to Clarksville Now, multiple warnings were posted to police in addition to opening an investigation.

Throughout the course of the investigation, Patrol Officers of the night shift were able to take photos of individuals who matched the descriptions of the impersonators.

The suspects were brought in for an interview, where they later confessed for their crime.

Fort Campbell soldiers Brett Jewell and William Jones were booked into Montgomery County Jail Tuesday, Feb. 23 and charged with three counts of criminal impersonation. Their bonds were set at $30,000 each.

Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department was not available for comment.

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