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Sheriff Nick Weems: Not Our Children!

Sheriff Nick Weems: Not Our Children!

  • PCSO News Dept.
  • Apr 04, 2021
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National Corrections Officer Week
National Corrections Officer Week
  • Sheriff Nick Weems
  • May 08, 2021
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CBS News 5 - Juveniles Arrested
CBS News 5 - Juveniles Arrested
  • Virtual Channel CBS 5 News WTVF Nashville
  • Apr 24, 2021
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State Laws going into effect January 1.
State Laws going into effect January 1.
  • PCSO News Dept.
  • Dec 30, 2020
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Zadakaus Investigation Continues
Zadakaus Investigation Continues
  • PCSO News Dept.
  • May 01, 2021
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Thank You to all the Volunteers
Thank You to all the Volunteers
  • Sheriff Nick Weems
  • Apr 22, 2021
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Day 11:  Disappearance of Zadakaus
Day 11: Disappearance of Zadakaus
  • Sheriff Nick Weems
  • Apr 16, 2021
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Day 15:  Update on Zadakaus
Day 15: Update on Zadakaus
  • Sheriff Nick Weems
  • Apr 16, 2021
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Grant Program Assists Elderly and Vulnerable Adult Crime Victims
Grant Program Assists Elderly and Vulnerable Adult Crime Victims
  • PCSO News Dept.
  • Jun 01, 2021
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Search & Investigation Continue
Search & Investigation Continue
  • Buffalo River Review
  • Apr 22, 2021
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Jail and Visitor Information

Perry County Jail

Perry County Jail

  • PCSO News Dept.
  • Apr 04
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Is there a dress code?

Is there a dress code?

  • PCSO News Dept.
  • Apr 04
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Where Does Commissary Money Come From?

Where Does Commissary Money Come From?

  • PCSO News Dept.
  • Apr 18
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Funding Telecommunications

Funding Telecommunications

  • PCSO News Dept.
  • Apr 04
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Who can visit an inmate at the PCSO Jail?

Who can visit an inmate at the PCSO Jail?

  • PCSO News Dept.
  • Apr 04
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Search Continued Sunday

In one more effort to locate missing resident Roseanna Zadakaus, who was last seen March 31, 2021, Perry County Sheriff Nick Weems sent out a community-wide request for help from citizens to search the area around the woman's Cypress Creek Road home since flood waters have receded, and on the main channel of the Tennessee River.

The volunteers assembled at Ramey's Landing on Sunday afternoon at 1:00 p.m.   Sheriff Weems reported late Sunday that the collective attempt was unsuccessful.

The investigation into Zadakaus' disappearance continues, Sheriff Weems said, by a special team he established in his office. Law enforcement is also still waiting on evidence collected at the Zadakaus home that suggested foul play might be involved. If that turns out to be the case, the Sheriff said a substantial reward would likely be offered.

Read More at the Buffalo River Review