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Saturday, December 5, 2009

[GA] Deputy Reynolds arrested for battery and AGGRAVATED assault of his wife


DEPUTY ARRESTED FOR ASSAULT
The Newnan Times-Herald
By Elizabeth Richardson
December 03, 2009 in Local
[Excerpts]  Sgt. Deputy Clint Reynolds of the Coweta County Sheriff's Office was arrested in Fairburn Wednesday afternoon for allegedly physically abusing his wife... Reynolds was transported to the Coweta County Jail where he now faces criminal charges of battery and aggravated assault... The GBI was asked by the sheriff's office last week to initiate an investigation into allegations of domestic abuse involving Reynolds... Coweta County Sheriff Mike Yeager first confirmed last week that the sheriff's office was aware and looking into the "personnel" matter. Calls to the sheriff's office for information were not returned Wednesday... [Full article here]

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30 comments:

  1. This guy works out at Atlanta fitness if you want to personally thank him for being a wife beater and a police state thug..Did you not think the same evil New World Order you serve was not going to turn on you. Read the Constitution and Bill of Rights my friend.

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  2. They is always 2 sides od the story, do not convict him before you know the truth. You have any body arrested for battery. Your spouse just has to say that it happen thats it. and you are arrtested!!!!

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  3. Yea i guess she ripped her own earring out...
    yes nothing to see here keep moving

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  4. Yes, after he arrested me, not driving, for DUI, he scared the crap out of me to the station. Later, did same with a friend and bragged about 'getting' me. Lied on witness stand. Til then I really trusted our officers; there are some great ones, but he's not one of them. I said it years ago, and say it now, he's a very dangerous, power-hungry person, and the state and county have licensed him to carry a gun. I pray for his family.

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  6. Really not ok to make the leap from HE is that way to that's the way most cops are. If most cops are that way then I'm wrong - but I just cannot imagine it. It's really not fair. We ask police to jump in the face of all of our monsters and nightmare situations then complain that they take control. That's what we pay them to do. SOME can't handle that much power, and some people are just dishonest - but

    give cops a break.

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  7. I don't mean give cops who commit crimes a break. I mean don't accuse cops who go to work everyday and do their jobs - of being bad.

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  8. I grew up with this guy,I know first hand how he is and he should have never been a cop.

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  9. For all you people who can write nasty things about an officer who spends every day putting his life on the line for your safety I hope you never need one to help you out. Do you think you could handle all the horror and abuse these guys see every day, then the system lets's the criminals go yet the police are not expected to be human. Give him a break, we all need one at some time in our life.

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  10. Everyone always is quick to mention the bad and forget the good deeds one may do in life!! What about the drugs he took off the street, the young teenagers he positively influenced, the awesome dad he is, the dedication to his job and the Coweta County Sherriff's office? Hold your tongue and don't be quick to judge for you might find yourself in a position to be judged one day! There ARE 2 sides to the story and no one has yet to know the actions of the opposite side. He is a good person and the situation has been exagerrated. We all make mistakes. He did more good than harm. Finding out your spouse has hidden agendas would cause any wife or husband to react with emotions. I pray for him and his family because I know he is a wonderful man with feelings too. He wasn't just a cop, he is a human being that has been stripped of everything that means the most to him. Have some GRACE! Again, be careful jumping on that bandwagon. You might find yourself in a situation to be judged for something that isn't exactly what "really" happened! I support this man!!!

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  11. I have known this guy since he was 14. He was good a what he did while being a cop. Cops are always getting a bad rap because of those cops that DO abuse their job. He took his job seriously, and he loved his family. He deserves a break. He is not the monster many of you are portraying him to be.

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  12. I am praying for his family

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  13. GEE THANKS MOM.

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  14. WELL GEE, YOU'RE SO WELCOME! I'm sure his mom does feel the same way!

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  15. He is a good man and does not deserve all the nasty things
    that have been said about him. He has done
    a great job for the Sheriff's Dept and they seem to be hanging him out without any support
    or trying to find the truth about the situation.
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  16. I have know him since we were kids, There is always 2 sides to every story... we should not judge him untill we know all the facts.

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  17. Reading all of these comments have made me sick. He is not a man. He is a Monster. This man abused everyone he came into contact with on the streets. This so called great policman, husband, and great dad was just the image he betrayed. He is a terrible person inside and out and he got what he deserved. He is now serving time in jail and plead guilty to over 7 charges. He should have spent the rest of his life in prison for what he did to his wife and to his child. This will not be the last time we read about him being abusive just hope that his next victim lives to fight him as his ex wife faught to keep this "monster" away from her.

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    1. Please help! Is there any confirmation online of his sentencing / the fact that he is really in jail now? (I hope he is). Any place to look it up? Offender's database or something? Do you know what the 7 charges are, or where to find what he did to his wife and child?

      I would really like to know this information. I also had some terrible experiences with this person over the years, and it would be a comfort to know that he is away somewhere he can't hurt anyone else.

      Thank you.

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  18. I have known him as a sheriff's deputy for over ten years; After several serious mistakes, he needs to be in a different line of work.

    Clint Reynolds is a repeat offender;

    Mistakes can be made, but when they become habitual, it is time to move on to work more suited for his demeanor.

    I wish him all the luck in the world in his next career, sincerely.

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    1. I wonder how many of you accusers and bashers can say you never made a mistake or did something not totally the way it should have been done in your personal life or professional life. WHO WANTS TO THROW THE FIRST STONE AND SAY i'M PERFECT. I KNOW I CAN'T. But there seems to be plenty of you out there that think you should sit in the perfect seat and dole out slander and uglyness. I wish I could be a fly on the wall and watch you!

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    2. Cops are especially entrusted. This is a specific expectation that those who arrest others (cast a stone) should not themselves be breaking the law.

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  19. To the victim basher who tried to comment, why bother? Were you in the room with them every minute? Unless you are Clint the answer is no. Does he confide in you and you believe him? Say that instead of what you tried to post.

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    1. Just tried to post the truth. I have the names to prove it.

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    2. wre you there?

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    3. Exactly. And having "names" doesn't prove anything.

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  20. The comments here are rougher on the officer than I usually allow but the video - Lord - it's true that a picture says a thousand words. The videos tell even more. And the response of minimizing the incidents is even more offensive. Law enforcement leaders should lead, not cover for criminal activity. Thankfully there ARE professional LE leaders out there too.

    Is he working at the "Defense Intelligence Agency" or is that a different Clint Reynolds?

    http://www.linkedin.com/company/defense-intelligence-agency?trk=ppro_cprof

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    1. not the same person

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  21. I knew this couple from the gym. I have to say that I can not believe someone could hurt her. She is so very sweet,has a huge heart,and she is so much smaller than him. He was always seemed like the person that had a quick temper. I am just amazed he could hurt her. I have not seen her since all of this came out about him until last week. She is an incredible strong woman and I am so proud to say I know her. She is raising her son alone now. I was talking to her and she never said a negative word about her ex husband. All she said " I wish him nothing but happiness and life goes on". Her strength should give every woman the courage to leave an abusive relationship. This woman is such a classy woman and I wish her and her adorable son a great future.

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    1. Is he in prison now? If not, was he ever? Do you know on what charges? Thank you.

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  22. AnonymousMay 28, 2014

    Any updates on this guy?

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