An 18-year-old Franklin resident and a juvenile were arrested and charged with four counts of aggravated assault and four counts of reckless endangerment for allegedly firing an airsoft pellet gun into a crowd at the Westhaven basketball courts Friday.
Williamson County Sheriff Jeff Long is the new chairman of the board of the Regional Organized Crime Information Center (ROCIC), a regional organization that serves law enforcement agencies in Tennessee and 13 other states and two U.S. territories.
Vanderbilt LifeFlight is adding a new airplane to provide emergency medical transportation for all ages located almost anywhere in the United States.
Franklin Police Department detectives will continue to search for information on a male suspect, who is wanted for using a cloned credit card at a Mallory Lane Kroger and Walmart in Cool Springs.
Franklin police want to identify a male suspect, wanted for stealing three boxes of perfume from the Galleria Boulevard Target in Franklin two weeks ago.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for July 23-29.
Two Nashville-area men who held a family of four at gunpoint in a Moores Lane home invasion in 2013 have recently been found guilty on multiple charges related to a vicious crime spree.
Franklin police released surveillance photos of two men who used credit cards stolen during a serious of vehicular burglaries at Franklin's Fieldstone Park.
Williamson County Sheriff's Office Deputy Frank Magana and his favorite charity were honored with an award from Toyota of Cool Springs.
At the end of the week, the Franklin Police Department will conduct a sobriety checkpoint on South Royal Oaks Boulevard.
The following is a list of incidents handled by the Franklin Police Department from Monday, July 13-Monday, July 20. The reported incidents may or may not have resulted in an arrest. The information was compiled from CrimeReports.com.
Members of the Franklin Fire Department and others were recognized during the department's annual awards ceremony at the Franklin Theatre on July 14.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation traffic update for July 16-22.
Two female suspects wanted for shoplifting more than $1,000 in medicine and merchandise are shown in security camera footage from the Fieldstone Parkway Publix store, police said.
A Brentwood woman was conned into giving two strangers more than $3,000 last week after a chance encounter at a CoolSprings store, police said.
Brentwood emergency personnel are spread throughout the city working on damages from today's severe thunderstorm.
Purses were stolen from two vehicles at Fieldstone Park off of Hillsboro Road on Saturday, July 11, Franklin police said Monday.
Franklin police arrested and charged Cynthia Snyder, 25, and Kaylin McBride, 20, both from Kentucky, with promoting prostitution last week.
The following is a list of incidents handled by the Franklin Police Department from Monday, July 6-Sunday, July 12:
Two free vigilance awareness sessions to train high school- and college-age women to avoid predators will be held on July 21-22 at Crockett Park in Brentwood.
Three suspects wanted for passing counterfeit $100 bills at the Mallory Lane are the subjects of a Franklin police manhunt, a spokesman said Friday.
Franklin police will continue to search for the identity of two suspects wanted for using a cloned credit card to load more than $500 onto gift cards at a Franklin Rite Aid on July 1.
A Columbia man is being held at the Williamson County Jail after a Thursday night high-speed chase in the Spring Hill area led to the slight injury of a Williamson County deputy.
Franklin police want to identify a suspect wanted for loading $500 onto a gift card, using a cloned credit card.
The following is a list of incidents handled by the Franklin Police Department from Friday, July 3-Sunday, July 5.