WCSO Deputy Honored with Award for Saving a Life
Sheriff Dusty Rhoades, Deputy Daniel Soto, Kris Krabill, Captain Rodney King, Chief Deputy Mark Elrod

Over the last few months, two Williamson County Sheriff’s deputies have been honored for with an award after saving a life.

In September, Deputy Daniel Soto was named Deputy of the Month for September after he saved a life at the Natchez Trace Bridge. He was on routine patrol before dawn this summer when he saw someone standing on the outside of the bridge railing about to jump. Deputy Soto reacted quickly and pulled the teenager to safety. Deputy Soto is assigned to the Patrol Division. He has worked for WCSO for one year.

Toyota of Cool Springs General Sales Manager Kris Krabill presented a plaque to Deputy Soto and Toyota of Cool Springs will donate a check for $150.00 to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.

Each month Toyota of Cool Springs will honor a WCSO deputy and a charity.

In August, Corporal Philip Oden was named Deputy of the Month for August. for his quick response and actions in saving the life of a teenager who was planning to jump from the top floor of a downtown Franklin parking garage. He has worked for the WCSO for 14 years and is assigned to Court Services Division.

WCSO Deputy of the Month
Sheriff Dusty Rhoades, Kris Krabill, Corporal Philip Oden, Captain Freddie Moore, Chief Deputy Mark Elrod

Toyota of Cool Springs General Sales Manager Kris Krabill presented a plaque to Corporal Oden and Toyota of Cool Springs will donate a check for $150.00 to Wounded Warriors Project, an organization that offers services and programs to help veterans and active duty service members.

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