An aggravated assault warrant has been issued for a state prison parolee who used a pool cue to badly hurt a man in a barroom brawl Wednesday, Franklin police said.
To keep the roads safe during the holiday season, the Williamson County Sheriff's Office will increase patrols and sobriety checkpoints through New Year's.
Last Friday, Brentwood Police apprehended a suspect believed to have broken into Brentwood Academy on Tuesday, Dec. 9 and stolen several items including currency, an iPad, class rings and checks.
A disorderly intoxicated Franklin man has been charged with several counts after he spat on a police officer while being taken to jail over the weekend.
The Franklin Police Department is crediting a citizen with helping to catch a woman who was seen altering her license plates on Wednesday in Cool Springs.
A Bay County, Florida, judge on Thursday handed a Nolensville teenager at least 10 years in prison for a drunken crash that killed another spring breaker in Panama City Beach, Florida, earlier this year.
Franklin police credit alert neighbors with helping to catch a suspected thief in the Cheswicke Farms subdivision early Tuesday morning.
The Franklin Police Department reports that after 30 years of service to the community, Franklin Police Lieutenant Richard Verbosky is retiring.
Franklin Police Department reports investigators returned to the site Wednesday where human remains were discovered Dec. 3 in the Avalon Subdivision on Road of the Roundtable for a follow-up review.
Franklin Fire Engineer Eddie Pratt will retire this week, after 34 years of service with the department. A retirement party will take place Friday, December 12 at 2 p.m. in the community room of Franklin Police Headquarters.
The Franklin Police Department reported that they are investigating 11 car burglaries in two subdivisions.
The Franklin Police Department report that they have no plans of returning to the Avalon Subdivision today, where a human skull, as well as other human remains were found near the entrance to the development on Wednesday afternoon.
The following is the weekly Tennessee Department of Transportation update for Dec. 4-10:
The discovery of a human skull on Wednesday afternoon has Franklin Police Department and Williamson County Emergency Management Agency conducting a search and rescue mission.
Two Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputies and their favorite charity were honored with an award from Toyota of Cool Springs.
The Franklin Police Department has reported that resident of Springfield was arrested on Monday morning for pulling a gun during a verbal altercation at the Hardee's restaurant on Murfreesboro Road.
Franklin Police have confirmed a skull that was found in the Avalon subdivision at 3:15 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 2 on Road of the Roundtable is the skull of a human, according to a news release from the FPD.
A Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputy and his favorite charity were honored with an award from Toyota of Cool Springs.
Thanksgiving is the peak day for home cooking fires - frying poses greatest risk.
The Franklin Police Department has indicted a suspect for a series of apartment burglaries in February after DNA evidence linked him to the scene of the crime, according to a report from the FPD.
The Franklin Police are warning the public of telephone scams after an incident was reported last week when a local grandmother was nearly tricked into giving money to a scammer pretending to be her grandson.
The Franklin Police Department is seeking information that will lead to the whereabouts of a couple wanted for allegedly stealing 23 GPS units from Walmart.
The Franklin Police Department will be setting up a temporary command post at the Cool Springs Galleria on Black Friday to combat and deter against potential thieves.
Franklin Police Department will be conducting a sobriety checkpoint on Friday evening at South Royal Oaks BLVD near Center Point Place.
Thirteen Williamson County deputy recruits have completed courses at the Sheriff's detention training academy and have been assigned to the John I. Easley Criminal Justice Center.