Kyle Evans named new Rutherford Sheriff's Office attorney

Dec 15, 2021 at 01:32 pm by Lisa Marchesoni

Kyle Evans
Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office Staff Attorney Kyle Evans

Attorney Kyle Evans was appointed to serve as the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office’s staff attorney by Sheriff Mike Fitzhugh.

Capt. Evans’ primary duties will be handling legal matters and supervising the Office of Professional Responsibility and off-duty employment.

“He was chosen because of his experience, not only as a law enforcement officer but as an attorney,” Fitzhugh said. “In addition, working with the state of Tennessee made him an outstanding candidate to fit the needs of the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office.”

Evans recently served as the handgun permit program director for the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security.

“I have a passion for law enforcement, but I’ve always been interested in the law,” Evans said. “This role combines those two interests.”

After graduating from law school, Evans served as a clerk to Circuit Court Judge Royce Taylor before the judge’s retirement.

Evans follows in the footsteps of several generations of law enforcement officers in his family. He joined the MTSU Police Department as an MTSU student, where he earned his bachelor’s and master’s degrees.

He joined Murfreesboro Police Department, where he worked as a patrol officer and traffic officer before being promoted as public information officer. He taught as an adjunct professor at Tennessee State University. While working at MPD, he completed the Nashville School and Law and passed the bar exam.

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To this day, I wonder if Nathan Pagel's comment made to me during our first phone conversation was code for something. "I'm a God fearing man." Is that really code for "I'm a card-carrying member of the Republican Party." I had contacted Pagel regarding the wrongful arrest conducted by Rutherford County Sheriff's deputies on 14Nov2012. That wrongful arrest was orchestrated by deputy Michael Moody's father, Russell Moody. The responding deputies, summoned because of the aggravated domestic assault perpetrated by my father, followed Russell Moody's instructions to the letter. The wrongful arrest was the first successful attempt at framing me with a crime as part of the county's extortion plot. I never expected a patent thief, Ward W. Brien, in Colorado would have so much sway with the local government here in Tennessee. But Republican corruption knows no bounds!
Did I just see a Bagel at Subway!?! Or maybe I'm mispronouncing it. It's hard to distinguish the "P" sound from the "B" sound on a phone. Anyway, it wouldn't be the first time I was followed to my favorite Subway be crooked cops. After sensing a trap at EmbroidMe, I decided it was time for lunch at Subway instead. And lo and behold RCSO deputy Anderson's black full size truck appeared outside the Subway entrance. With my sandwich in hand, I watched as Anderson walked in and directly to me, asking if I was alright. I answered that I was fine and continued to eat my lunch. He got in line and ordered a sandwich after our brief conversation and left the restaurant. To this day, I wonder if Anderson's black full size truck was the same one I witnessed following the tan Ford Ranger truck, license plate 356-WKW, out of the Smyrna Walmart parking lot all those years ago? The tan Ford Ranger driver had attempted to sneak up behind my Jeep at about 3:30am. But when he realized I was awake, pretended to go shopping inside Walmart instead. He didn't have a bag when he came out and immediately went to his truck, parked on the other side of the parking lot. I watched his truck and a full size black truck leave together. Of course, I explained all this suspicious behavior to the FBI, including mentioning that parking lot security video would confirm everything. I consider this to be RCSO's first assassination attempt. There have been others. Nearly 10 years later, it appears the FBI doesn't investigate criminal Republican law enforcement agencies. Not long after his early morning attempt, I met with "FBI agents" at the Smyrna Public Library about Rutherford County law enforcement corruption. And lo and behold, I was sitting across a table from that parking lot creeper I almost had to shoot in the early morning. He and his old partner, made a list of my personal firearms and told me that the criminal activity I reported about the county was nonsense. Years later, I spoke with a real FBI agent at their Tennessee headquarters in Memphis and was told that this creeper/wacko was just conducting a health and welfare check. At 3:30am, in civilian attire, all by himself, and never actually coming close enough for a conversation. I call "BULLSHIT" on the FBI agent! Memphis FBI wasn't at all interested in these two FBI agent impersonators, rather strange don't you think? Stranger yet, is how my driver side mirror, the one I watched the wacko from that early morning, has been vandalized twice. And yes, pretty good chance that wacko has been creeping around inside the Murfreesboro Walmart too. At least he hasn't been as bold, read stupid, as former Sheriff Robert Arnold. That convicted felon and fool thought it would be a good idea to run his mouth at me. When will these county boys figure out that its not wise to screw with a former US Army Paratrooper. I hope they don't figure that out too late.
By the way, I laughed when the Nashville FBI Field Office agent instructed me to file a formal complaint against the RCSO deputies who conducted the 14Nov2012 wrongful arrest. I even mentioned to the agent that criminal law enforcement agencies don't investigate themselves. I was proven correct, when Nathan Bagel and Robert Arnold determined that my claim was unfounded. Maybe the FBI agent suggested this just to make the RCSO criminals aware that I was coming after them. That's the reason why, to this day, I still have incriminating information about that wrongful arrest that doesn't appear in my formal complaint. I will gladly use it in a federal courtroom to demolish the RCSO's defense. Justice is coming RCSO!
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