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tony armstrong; the first 48; memphis police department

There are 61 comments on the WREG story from Apr 21, 2010, titled tony armstrong; the first 48; memphis police department. In it, WREG reports that:

The Memphis police director taps a familiar name and face as his second in command.

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sue c

United States

#1 Apr 21, 2010
Bringing light to the murders in memphis doesnt cause a bad shows all that we're aware of our problems and we're willing to work to solve them. Congrats to Toney!! But the city council members need to pull they're heads out of the sand. Memphis has crime with or without "The First 48"...canceling the show only allows them to run from Memphis' serious issues.

Collierville, TN

#2 Apr 21, 2010
thats graet

United States

#3 Apr 21, 2010
Congrats to you sir! You desire what you got for the hard work you have put in on the Memphis Police Department. I just wish there were more honest cops like you on the force working the trenches!

United States

#4 Apr 21, 2010
Congrats Toney!!!!!
Retired And Gone

Houston, TX

#5 Apr 21, 2010
I worked with Toney in OCU in the late 80's and he was very dependable and a good cop. I never heard a bad word about him. I'm very glad he made it...he deserves it.

Milan, TN

#6 Apr 21, 2010
He seems like a good guy, hope he stays the same.
Congrats to you
Charmeal Alexander

Las Vegas, NV

#7 Apr 21, 2010
Congratulations Deputy Director Armstrong...I have watched you on First 48 and you are a crime solver.

I live in Nevada now, but I am a Memphis Native and it is refreshing to see someone who really cares about the criminals and the victims.
S Chapman

Byhalia, MS

#8 Apr 21, 2010
Congrats to you. It is an honor to have you as second in command of the MPD. I watched you for years on The First 48 and was always impressed with you and the way you handled situations. You are an inspiration.

Memphis, TN

#9 Apr 21, 2010
Many cities are on the "First 48". What other cities don't have is a drunk Council Members at meetings. When are any ethics standards applied to "those" people.

Cordova, TN

#10 Apr 21, 2010
One thing that we must remember is that all of the crime that's committed in Memphis aren't done solely by Memphians. We have a transplant of criminals from big cities that are bringing their evil ways to Memphis. Memphis is a great city, we will get rid of the riff raff!!!!!

Congratulation Mr. Armstrong, on your accompolishments. I wish you and your fellow officers much success...

United States

#11 Apr 21, 2010

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#12 Apr 21, 2010
I'm a huge fan!!! Good for him!

Cordova, TN

#13 Apr 21, 2010
i'd love to see him take godwin's place.i think he could do a great job.
Shanda Cooperwood

Miami, FL

#14 Apr 21, 2010
I wish first 48 was still on
a memphian

Memphis, TN

#15 Apr 21, 2010
that is wonderful keep up the good work

Memphis, TN

#16 Apr 21, 2010
Memphis needs someone to convict murderers. Memphis has got a bunch of these no good people who need to be put to death.

Oakland, TN

#17 Apr 21, 2010
Congratulations!!! KEEP MEMPHIS SAFE!!!
NEA Girl

Benton, AR

#18 Apr 21, 2010
Congratulations!!! I am a big fan and wish Memphis was still on The First 48 it is my favorite show
Mr Leo

Memphis, TN

#19 Apr 22, 2010
Congratulations Brother Armstrong. I'm proud of you man.

Memphis, TN

#20 Apr 22, 2010
mr armstrong ,congratulations to you.thankful there was no negative words.

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