Sheriff cites Beyoncé video after shots fired at his home
MURFREESBORO, Tenn. — Other than being the sheriff and a member of law enforcement, a Tennessee sheriff doesn't know the motive for anyone to shoot at his house.
“We all know, as soon as you put your uniform on, you’re a target,” Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold said at a news conference Tuesday at the sheriff’s office. “You make people mad when you’re just doing your job.”
Someone apparently drove past the sheriff’s house Monday night and fired at least six shots.
Arnold said when it happened he wondered whether it was part of a recent wave of attacks on law enforcement officials... read more
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