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About the Clarksville-Montgomery County Crime Stoppers Program

The first Crime Stoppers program in the United States began on September 8, 1976.  The organization is a community-based crime-solving program that assists local law enforcement. The Clarksville-Montgomery County Crime Stoppers program was approved as a non-profit entity, 501(c)(3) on March 11, 1985.  This local governing entity of the Crime Stoppers,  known as the Board, is a member of the national Crime Stoppers organization and abides by its rules and regulations.  The Board’s leadership is vested in the positions of the Executive Committee.  The Board will be made up of local volunteer citizens, who will elect an Executive Committee to conduct and operate any day-to-day needs of the Crime Stoppers program or Board.  

The Board works closely with Austin Peay State University Police, the Clarksville Police Department, and the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office.

The Crime Stoppers program is funded by donations, fundraising, and up to $2 from each guilty city traffic violation. NO TAX DOLLARS are involved. The reward money paid out by the program is from the fundraising and donations from concerned citizens and businesses.

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Clarksville's Conversation Podcast on Clarksville's Unsolved Homicides/Missing Persons Cases

Unsolved Homicides Part One - May 2021

Katie Gambill, Charlie Koon, and Deanna McLaughlin

This episode features the unsolved homicides of Liburn Evitts (July 2020), James Brown (January 2016), James Stacker (April 2012), and William and Ina Campbell (January 2010)
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Unsolved Homicides Part Two - May 2021

Katie Gambill, Charlie Koon, and Deanna McLaughlin

This episode features the unsolved homicides of Darius Walton (June 2016), Tavon Wilson (January 2018), Rayquan Hudson (November 2017), Jerry Cope (January 1992), and Missing Person Shannon Arif (March 1998)
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Darius Walton’s Father Pleads for Justice, Answers in 2016 Murder - June 3, 2021

Katie Gambill, Chris Smith, Rufus Walton, and Deanna McLaughlin

On June 12, 2016, someone killed 20-year-old Darius Walton at Hunter Hills Apartments. In the years since detectives have been frustrated, and a family’s grief has lingered, with the case remaining unsolved.

 

Deanna McLaughlin of Crime Stoppers of Clarksville and Montgomery County, along with Rufus Walton, the father of Darius Walton, joined Katie Gambill and Chris Smith on Clarksville’s Conversation to talk about the case and how you might help bring peace to this family.

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