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HCSO Willie Greer Background Investigation Rpt.

HCSO Willie Greer Background Investigation Rpt.

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Published by Leegal Counsel
Two of three examiners at the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office recommended hiring a deputy who was fired and arrested last week on accusations he forced a woman into a sex act after a traffic stop. The examiners gave Willie Marshay Greer, 33, generally "satisfactory" scores, but gave Greer low marks during an interview because he had difficulty clearly presenting ideas.

"Applicant is relentlessly hardworking, honest, has professional bearing, courage, is dependable, challenges self, is restraining and calm and seeks a career in law enforcement. Would rehire him immediately. Nothing negative to report," said Lt. James Tucker with the Forrest City, Ark., police department. Tucker has known Greer since he was a boy, according to the background report.

At a news conference, Sheriff Jim Hammond said, "There's no reason to believe that this would have occurred." Greer was hired without any reservation by the sheriff. "There is nothing in the applicant's background that would preclude him from employment with the Hamilton County Sheriff's office pending the required testing of all new applicants," a background report reads.
Two of three examiners at the Hamilton County Sheriff's Office recommended hiring a deputy who was fired and arrested last week on accusations he forced a woman into a sex act after a traffic stop. The examiners gave Willie Marshay Greer, 33, generally "satisfactory" scores, but gave Greer low marks during an interview because he had difficulty clearly presenting ideas.

"Applicant is relentlessly hardworking, honest, has professional bearing, courage, is dependable, challenges self, is restraining and calm and seeks a career in law enforcement. Would rehire him immediately. Nothing negative to report," said Lt. James Tucker with the Forrest City, Ark., police department. Tucker has known Greer since he was a boy, according to the background report.

At a news conference, Sheriff Jim Hammond said, "There's no reason to believe that this would have occurred." Greer was hired without any reservation by the sheriff. "There is nothing in the applicant's background that would preclude him from employment with the Hamilton County Sheriff's office pending the required testing of all new applicants," a background report reads.

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