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Jarrod B. Millsaps

Community Outreach Director

Blount County Sheriff's Office

HQ Phone:  (865) 273-5000

Direct Phone: (865) ***-****direct phone

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Blount County Sheriff's Office

940 East Lamar Alexander Parkway

Maryville, Tennessee,37804

United States

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KBB


Affiliations

Keep Blount Beautiful

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BCSO.com

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Jarrod Millsaps
Patrol Captain


www.keepblountbeautiful.org

Jarrod Millsaps
Community Outreach Director Blount County Sheriff's Office


www.knoxnews.com

BCSO Deputy Chief Jarrod Millsaps said he expected some residents lingered inside the evacuation zone Thursday afternoon, especially if they had not answered their doors that morning when officer and firefighters knocked.
At least one resident said he and his family didn't leave until 4 p.m., more than 16 hours after the derailment.


Deals Gap Dragon Times at DealsGapDragon.com

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Blount County Sheriff's Office Community Outreach Director Jarrod Millsaps knows the Dragon well.
He travels the treacherous stretch of highway a few times each month, trying to stop motorcycle riders from taking dangerous risks on the roadway's serpentine switchbacks. "The speed limit is 30 miles per hour until you get to the North Carolina line," Millsaps said. "It's also double yellow all the way into North Carolina, which means it's a no-passing zone." But many riders don't obey those rules. We saw one in action Wednesday afternoon. The driver traveled closely behind Millsaps' unmarked vehicle until oncoming traffic cleared, then sped around Millsaps, nearly clipping an oncoming motorcycle. After being pulled over, the driver said he got wrapped up in the adrenaline rush of the ride and made a risky mistake. "It could've been a major accident," Millsaps said. With four accidents on Monday alone and more riders on the way this week, Millsaps is advising everyone to think twice before taking risks. "As long as people come up here and obey the speed limits and obey the laws that are here, then they're going to have a great time and enjoy themselves," Millsaps said.


Welcome to Blountopia

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That is where Josh Livingston met Jarrod Millsaps and the two began their quest to get attention and laughs whenever an opportunity at school would arise.
Josh Livingston (a.k.a. Jake) suggested to Jarrod (Elwood) that it would be a great idea to perform as The Blues Brothers for an upcoming talent show. After explaining to Jarrod who they were and what they did, the two immediately began practicing for the show. Jarrod went to police academy, quickly worked his way through the ranks, and currently serves as the Blount County Sheriff's Office community relations director. In 2000, the duo began performing regularly throughout the year at Memories Theatre in Pigeon Forge, TN and now four years later, they still continue to do so. It has been ten years now that the two young men have combined their musical gifts to bring entertainment and laughter to thousands of fans, from the mountains of Tennessee to the beaches of Miami. While every effort is made to provide a highly authentic tribute to the original Blues Brothers of Saturday Night Live fame, Josh and Jarrod add their own personal touch to each and every show. That is where Josh Livingston met Jarrod Millsaps and the two began their quest to get attention and laughs whenever an opportunity at school would arise. Josh Livingston (a.k.a. Jake) suggested to Jarrod (Elwood) that it would be a great idea to perform as The Blues Brothers for an upcoming talent show. After explaining to Jarrod who they were and what they did, the two immediately began practicing for the show. Jarrod went to police academy, quickly worked his way through the ranks, and currently serves as the Blount County Sheriffs Office community relations director. In 2000, the duo began performing regularly throughout the year at Memories Theatre in Pigeon Forge, TN and now four years later, they still continue to do so. It has been ten years now that the two young men have combined their musical gifts to bring entertainment and laughter to thousands of fans, from the mountains of Tennessee to the beaches of Miami. While every effort is made to provide a highly authentic tribute to the original Blues Brothers of Saturday Night Live fame, Josh and Jarrod add their own personal touch to each and every show.


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