Pulaski Police release details on arrest of fugitive

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Jerrod Brown (Pulaski Police Department photo)


The Pulaski Police Department would like to release details related to the arrest of Jerrod Brown.

On Friday, Nov. 4, 2022, efforts to apprehend Brown were underway and a $,3000 reward was offered for any information leading to his arrest.

A short time later, a citizen called and stated that they observed who they believed to be Jerrod Brown in the Valley Road area of town.

Members of the US Marshals were in the area and were able to successfully locate Mr. Brown and take him into custody.

The citizen, who will remain anonymous, was not aware of the reward, however, was given the $3000 due to their call, which led to Mr. Brown successfully being taken into custody by the US Marshals.  At the time of arrest, Mr. Brown did have possession of the firearm and several other items of evidence were recovered.

Mr. Brown was charged with Grand Theft Auto, Attempted Murder of Law Enforcement Officer, and Possession of Firearm by Convicted Felon as well as served a Probation Violation from another jurisdiction that was issued once this incident began.

At this time, Mr. Brown is being held with No Bond at New River Valley Regional Jail.

The Pulaski Police Department would like to thank the following agencies for their assistance during these two days:

American Red Cross Blacksburg Police Department
Carroll County Sheriff’s Office CelCo Fire Brigade
Christiansburg Police Department Galax Police Department
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office New River Criminal Justice Academy
Pulaski County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office Pulaski County Emergency Management
Pulaski County Joint 9-1-1 Communications Center Pulaski County Sheriff’s Office
(Town of) Pulaski Fire Department Radford Police Department
Roanoke City Police Department US Marshals Service
Virginia State Police Aviation Virginia State Police Division 4 TAC
Virginia State Police Division 6 TAC Virginia Tech Police Department
Wythe County Sheriff’s Office Wytheville Police Department

We also appreciate the following organizations/businesses who helped us to feed and hydrate our first responders.

Pulaski County Hearts Behind the Badges


Cougar Express


Food City




From Sonia Ramsey,

Community Resource Specialist

Pulaski Police Department