A jilted and embarrassed wife said she wanted her husband prosecuted for the crime.
"I fell head over heels with him, and I thought I was going to spend the rest of my life with this man," said wife number two.
It was supposed to be the perfect wedding and Jason Kenney the perfect husband.
"He sold me a bill of sales. He conned me and he conned my parents," said wife number two.
She thought she was the only one with Kenney. In fact, there is a marriage certificate from Alabama. Then she discovered another marriage certificate one from Tennessee with a different woman, a second wife.
"I was devastated, crushed, shocked," said wife number two.
The accused husband was a police officer and someone who was supposed to uphold the law.
"If your married to two at the same time in the state of Tennessee - that's a charge of bigamy," said Kyle Evans, Murfreesboro Police Department. When Murfreesboro police learned of the situation they immediately opened an internal investigation and found yet another strange twist.
Police said Kenney, a then-member of the Army National Guard, falsified military orders this past June to get time off for training. In actuality they said he took a trip to Las Vegas. "While in Las Vegas it was our understanding he was attempting to get married to what would have been a third woman," said Evans.
They said they tracked down the bride-to-be in Vegas using cell phone records and told her about Kenney. There was a message exchange on Facebook between the bride-to-be and the two wives.
"I'm stuck in Vegas with a wedding dress - turns out the groom has two wives already," said bride-to-be. "I'm glad we saved you, I'm so sorry," said wife number one. Okay, I got to control my temper. I'm glad I was saved. Thank you," said bride-to-be. "We don't want to tread on your feelings," said wife number two.
"I'm not part of this anymore. His stuff is being taken out of my apartment as I type. I can't tell you how grateful I am to you both," said bride-to-be.
NewsChannel 5 did try to contact Jason Kenney for comment but had no success.
At this time, he is not charged with any crime, but one wife did file a complaint with the Metro police department. Also, Kenney is no longer a police officer. He resigned not long after Murfreesboro police opened their internal investigation.
Kenney does have two sons from a prior marriage to another woman he did legally divorce, and two daughters from one of the two women he is still currently married to.
Both wives said they are seeking divorces and one said she would like to see Kenney prosecuted for bigamy.