Jamestown assistant police chief inju...

Jamestown assistant police chief injured in crash

There are 23 comments on the WBIR-TV Knoxville story from Dec 8, 2011, titled Jamestown assistant police chief injured in crash. In it, WBIR-TV Knoxville reports that:

According to the Jamestown Police Department, Assistant Chief Steve Taylor was off-duty and driving his personal truck when he was involved in a one vehicle crash in Fentress County.

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#1 Dec 10, 2011
i was wondering what the heck was going on. i live right down the road and there were tons of responders there
citizen

Cosby, TN

#2 Dec 10, 2011
Was he thrown out, or did he get out?

Was he even wearing a seat belt?
Ely

Cookeville, TN

#3 Dec 11, 2011
Did they blow test him for DUI.
2telthetruth

Jamestown, TN

#4 Dec 15, 2011
By now im sure everyone knows the true story about this wreck. I cant wait to see if the same laws apply as it would if this was your or me. I sure hope so but im not betting on it.
Say What

Cookeville, TN

#5 Dec 15, 2011
2telthetruth wrote:
By now im sure everyone knows the true story about this wreck. I cant wait to see if the same laws apply as it would if this was your or me. I sure hope so but im not betting on it.
Whats the truth?
Mother

Jamestown, TN

#6 Dec 15, 2011
I doubt very much they will charge him. You can bet if it was a ordinary citizen they would be. It would also be on every news cast.
itsoutof

Cookeville, TN

#7 Dec 15, 2011
It's out of state troopers hands now! Criminal unit has it investigating, hmmm makes you wonder who was with him and why they want this figured out so badly?
what

Norway, SC

#8 Dec 15, 2011
dont really understand the problem, he was off duty, in his personal vehicle, so what's the problem!!!!! why is a criminal investigation being done, even if dui was involved,as mentioned above. dont get it, what really is suppose to have happened.
Rear Guard

Jamestown, TN

#9 Dec 16, 2011
Was he found with a coat placed over him? Mysterous.
WTF

Livingston, TN

#10 Dec 16, 2011
I've heard some very disturbing stories about this mess. Does anyone know what really happened or is this just a crock of BS like normal????
itsoutof

United States

#11 Dec 16, 2011
WTF wrote:
I've heard some very disturbing stories about this mess. Does anyone know what really happened or is this just a crock of BS like normal????
He was found with in woods 100 yards away from truck, no evidence of being thrown out of truck. His hooey was over his head/ears ( like someone wanted to keep him warm)
They could not find him for an hour until a mysterious man called 911 and told them where to find him.
need

Cookeville, TN

#12 Dec 16, 2011
You people are all full of crap you wouldn't even know how to tell the truth. The shit you people are saying on here about him never happen. Not the way you people are saying it did. Yes he was in a wreck and he was hurt. The stuff you people are saying about him you should be a shame of yourself. Steve is a human being just like anyone else. And if you want to know the whole truth about the wreck and how it happen. Show some respect for him and maybe someone will tell you people but until then nothing. You people must not have a heart!!!!!!!!
itsoutof

Columbia, SC

#13 Dec 17, 2011
need wrote:
You people are all full of crap you wouldn't even know how to tell the truth. The shit you people are saying on here about him never happen. Not the way you people are saying it did. Yes he was in a wreck and he was hurt. The stuff you people are saying about him you should be a shame of yourself. Steve is a human being just like anyone else. And if you want to know the whole truth about the wreck and how it happen. Show some respect for him and maybe someone will tell you people but until then nothing. You people must not have a heart!!!!!!!!
Really? Have u talked to hwy patrol yourself?
Middlin

Jamestown, TN

#14 Dec 17, 2011
Mother wrote:
I doubt very much they will charge him. You can bet if it was a ordinary citizen they would be. It would also be on every news cast.
Does channel 10 news count. It was on there. A mysterious man lives near the wreck area. A hundred yards is a long way. Thank you to the mysterious man or it could have been a long time finding Steve. This story is probably much better than the truth. Covered with a hoodie for warmth and all.
bill

Cosby, TN

#15 Dec 17, 2011
need wrote:
You people are all full of crap you wouldn't even know how to tell the truth. The shit you people are saying on here about him never happen. Not the way you people are saying it did. Yes he was in a wreck and he was hurt. The stuff you people are saying about him you should be a shame of yourself. Steve is a human being just like anyone else. And if you want to know the whole truth about the wreck and how it happen. Show some respect for him and maybe someone will tell you people but until then nothing. You people must not have a heart!!!!!!!!
do not understand the human being part, lets hope not anymore like
Mike

Jamestown, TN

#16 Dec 17, 2011
I say if the man was guilty of DUI charge him?If wasn't guilty then let it go.He should be treated like any other citizen.
Lou

Columbia, SC

#17 Dec 18, 2011
Get it straight before you put anything on here! Yes, he was wearing his seat belt, WON'T leave out of drive way without seatbelt on! NO, was NOT drinking, as he DOES NOT DRINK! Was in his personal vehicle and off duty, hit black ice and left road. Probably got out of vehicle to try to get to road for help and got turned around and due to not having a coat on hypertheromia set in and he was turning blue by the time anybody got to him. If he had a jacket over him ,then someone there must have put it over him, since he was unresponsive. Mr. Taylor is very glad they did a through investigation on him, so now you know the rest of the story!
2telthetruth

Jamestown, TN

#18 Dec 18, 2011
If he wasnt doing anything illegal, why did he have his buddy hide him. His buddy was suppose to leave, then come back after everyone left and they was going to think up something to tell the police. His buddy did this, but after about an hour or so the buddy got scared an worried that steve was hurt worse than he thought so he called and told where to find him which is a good thing he did. This is what really happened. I will not tell who the buddy was, so dont ask. If the blood test showed OK then no harm no foul as far as im concerned. Just glad thier OK
SoundsFishy

York, SC

#19 Dec 20, 2011
I heard he was trying to make a drug deal and when he wrecked, he called his brother/friend and had him to come get rid of the evidence. That is why he was turning blue...the cops weren't called for a while in order to hide what was going on and waiting that long for help made him worse. Dont know...Just what I heard.
just saying

United States

#20 Dec 21, 2011
Officer Taylor is a good cop. And he puts his life on the line to protect and serve Jamestown. Please show him a little respect. He doesn't deserve this trashing.

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