Gunfire Outside Sheriff Arnold's Home Monday Night

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Shots were fired outside the home of Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold. The gunfire was reported Monday night and both Murfreesboro Police and the Rutherford County Sheriff's Office responded to the incident Monday night around 9. There were no injuries. We've learned the sheriff, his wife and children were home at the time of what's being described as a drive-by shooting. Authorities from multiple agencies are investigating the incident, but again, no one was hurt. In fact, the sheriff posted on his Facebook page the following:

Thank you for all the family and friends that have called to check on us. We are all OK.

Report from the Sheriff's Office:


Several rounds from a firearm were fired at Sheriff Robert Arnold's house but the sheriff and his family were not harmed.

The family was home off Memorial Boulevard when the sheriff heard the sound of gunfire about 8:30 p.m. He notified sheriff's deputies and Murfreesboro Police.


"We are thankful Sheriff Arnold and his family were not injured," said spokeswoman Lisa Marchesoni.

Murfreesboro Police are handling the investigation.

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