The following is a list of incidents handled by the Franklin Police Department from Sunday, Oct. 4-Saturday, Oct. 10 based on information from CrimeReports.com.
Williamson County residents are still receiving phone calls from scammers posing as Sheriff's Office officials who are asking for money to avoid arrest for missing jury duty, a string of incidents that have been occurring since August.
The Franklin Police Department will offer free self-defense training to women who live or work in Williamson County.
During an undercover operation in Franklin Friday, the Franklin Police Department vice and narcotics detectives and flex team officers charged four men with patronizing prostitution.
Officers from the Brentwood Police Department and the Williamson County Sheriff's Office are among more than 80 newly certified officers who will graduate at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 9 from the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy.
After releasing a video in mid September, the Franklin Police Department used a tip from Crime Stoppers to find a suspect who allegedly took a photograph up a woman's skirt in a Cool Springs Kroger.
The following is a list of incidents handled by the Williamson County Sheriff's Department from Monday, Sept. 20-Saturday, Sept. 26.
A woman was photographed in Cool Springs using stolen credit cards to buy thousands of dollars worth of gift cards.
The following is a list of incidents handled by the Franklin Police Department from Monday, Sept. 21-Saturday, Sept. 26. The reported incidents may or may not have resulted in an arrest. The information was compiled from CrimeReports.com.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office is looking for a man who could have been casing homes for a possible burglary.
A Nashville man remains in the Williamson County Jail Tuesday, after authorities arrested his last weekend for false imprisonment and aggravated assault.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has designed a free handgun shooting and safety class for those new to shooting or wanting to learn more.
A second suspect in a violent early morning robbery of the Goose Creek Mapco store was arrested in Nashville.
Police arrest Oregon woman, Franklin man, on prostitution charges at a Cool Springs hotel.
The Franklin Police Department's K9s Thor and K9 Jager have received ballistic vests thanks to a nonprofit organization, Vested Interest in K9s, Inc.
Experts at Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt have become increasingly concerned with the incidence of suicide among teenagers after seeing a higher occurrence than normal over the past several weeks.
Franklin detectives are looking for a male suspect, wanted for allegedly taking pictures up a woman's dress while she shopped at a Cool Springs grocery store.
Franklin Police are investigating the robbery of a senior citizen who went to a Franklin bank with a woman she met at the Moores Lane Publix in Brentwood on Tuesday morning.
Certified child passenger safety technicians are available in Franklin and other locations across the state to teach drivers how to install and maintain child safety seats to best protect young children.
Franklin police want to reunite found money with its rightful owner.
The following is a list of incidents handled by the Franklin Police Department from Monday, Sept. 7-Sunday, Sept. 13. The reported incidents may or may not have resulted in an arrest. The information was compiled from CrimeReports.com.
Country music legend Naomi Judd has partnered with the Williamson County Sheriff's Office to raise awareness and donations needed to secure a patrol and explosive-detection dog for the law enforcement team.
My head swirled when I approached a scene that was supposed to imitate a real traffic stop.
A Nashville woman will remain in the Williamson County Jail Sunday night facing Driving Under the Influence and other charges after Franklin Police pulled over her car with her unrestrained toddler in the back seat.
The following is a list of incidents handled by the Williamson County Sheriff's Office from Monday Aug. 31-Sunday, Sept. 6. The reported incidents may or may not have resulted in an arrest. The information was compiled from CrimeReports.com.