Former Five Finger Death Punch Drummer Jeremy Spencer Sworn In As A Reserve Police Officer


Former Five Finger Death Punch drummer Jeremy Spencer has been pursuing a potential career in law enforcement since stepping down from the band in December of last year.

At the time of his exit Spencer cited back injuries that required surgery and the “rigorous physical wear and tear” of drumming for the group as having diminished his ability to perform at the level he needed to be at.

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The outfit have since replaced him with Scale The Summit‘s Charlie Engen.

Though he remains a resident of Las Vegas, NV, Spencer has announced that he is now a reserve police officer in Rockport, IN, having recently been sworn in by the city’s mayor Gay Ann Harney. Spencer graduated high school in a neighboring county to the city in his formative years. Speaking of the opportunity, Spencer, who passed the pre-basic course, commented:

“It’s an honor to be able to come back to this area when I can and serve the community as a reserve police officer and help out my brothers.”

Five Finger Death Punch have had a notable history when it comes to championing police and military causes, having dedicated songs and videos and charity work to them in the past.

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