Clarksville-Montgomery County Crime Stoppers push to get felons behind bars

(Photo: WKRN)
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CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – There is a new push to get dangerous criminals off the streets. Clarksville-Montgomery County Crime Stoppers released pictures and profiles of felons they need help catching.

They are part of this week’s Crime Stoppers featured felons.

They include Gregory Fields, who is wanted for two counts of aggravated burglary and drug charges, and Jospeh Fields, who is wanted on two counts of domestic assault and criminal contempt, and Hannah Foster, wanted on six counts of theft.

“We need to get them off the streets, and protect not only the average citizen, but also those who live and work around them,” said Kay Jones, Crime Stoppers chair.

Jones told News 2 all the felons committed premeditated crimes, and law enforcement officers are convinced they will act again.

“You may be the next victim of their next crime,” said Jones.

Once a week, Crime Stoppers will add three more felons to its site and coordinating its efforts with the Montgomery County Sheriffs Department and Clarksville Police Department to get the word out on who they are looking for.

“They want information on these people, and they are asking the public for that information,” said Jones.

If you have any information on this weeks featured felons go to ClarksvilleCrimeStoppers.com and click on “Give a Tip” to leave an anonymous tip.

Crime Stoppers has payed out thousands of dollars this year to its tipsters.