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Clinton County Sheriff's Office Promotions

posted on 9/26/22 · posted by Sheriff

The Clinton County Sheriff’s Office is pleased to announce the promotions of Lt. Scott Reyhons and Sgt. Matt Owens. They were both sworn in on Monday, September 26, 2022 during the 9:15 AM Board of Supervisor meeting at the Clinton County Administration Building.

Sergeant Scott Reyhons was promoted to Lieutenant on September 18, 2022. Scott Reyhons began working with Clinton County in 1992 as a Communications Operator. He then began his law enforcement career from 1994-1995 as a Reserve Deputy with the Clinton County Sheriff’s office. Shortly after becoming a Reserve Deputy, he was then hired on January 16, 1995 by the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office. Reyhons’s first duties at the sheriff’s office were working in the Jail. He also provided security for the courthouse. In 2001, Reyhons transferred to the Patrol Division. On October 10, 2003, Deputy Reyhons was promoted to Road Patrol Sergeant after undergoing the required testing and interviewing process.

Deputy Matt Owens was promoted to Sergeant September 25, 2022. Matt Owens began his law enforcement career at the Clinton County Sheriff’s Office November 26, 2001. While serving with the Sheriff’s Office, Matt has been a Jail Deputy, a K-9 Handler, a member of the Special Response Team (SRT), a member of the Street Crimes and Targeted Enforcement Team (SCATT) and is a Field Training Officer. 

Included in photo from left to right: Sheriff Bill Greenwalt, Sergeant Matt Owens, Lieutenant Scott Reyhons, Board of Supervisor Tom Determan, Board of Supervisor Dan Srp and Board of Supervisor Jim Irwin.


Sheriff Bill Greenwalt

Clinton County Sheriff’s Office



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