A Williamson County Sheriff’s Office detective and her favorite charity have been honored with an award sponsored by Toyota of Cool Springs.
Susan Swafford Smithburg of Nolensville is scheduled to appear in General Sessions Criminal Court on Wednesday, May 28, at 9 a.m.
Franklin police arrested a man accused of exposing himself to a female shopper in the parking lot of Kroger on Mallory Lane.
The Franklin Police Department is seeking a man for an attempted robbery at Big Lots on South Royal Oaks Boulevard Tuesday afternoon.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is warning county residents about a jury duty scam that has made its way into the country.
The Franklin Police Department is investigating an attempted robbery that happened at 12:36 p.m. Tuesday at Big Lots on S. Royal Oaks Boulevard.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office will host a free handgun shooting and safety class at the sheriff’s office fun range beginning May 6.
The following is a list of incidents handled by the Franklin Police Department from Friday, April 4, to Thursday, April 10. The reported incidents may or may not have resulted in an arrest.
Brentwood police arrested a suspect wanted by the FBI on a sealed indictment this morning at the CoolSprings Galleria near Macy’s.
Franklin police are searching for a trio suspects who allegedly shoplifted nearly $5,000 worth of designer sunglasses from LensCrafters at the CoolSprings Galleria.
A three-story home off of Clovercroft Road in Franklin was destroyed Friday morning in a fire presumably caused by lightning.
Susan Swafford Smithburg of Nolensville was bonded out of the Williamson County Jail on Thursday. Smithburg, 52, was arrested on Wednesday, shortly after her 16-year-old adopted son Christopher Smithburg was found after being missing for nearly six days.
Police identified Wednesday's 19-year-old Mack Hatcher crash victim as Franklin resident Margaret Ives.
Franklin police are searching for a group of suspected credit card thieves who investigators believe may be part of a larger ring operating in the middle Tennessee area.
Updated at 6:35 p.m.
Susan Smithburg, mother of Christopher Smithburg, was arrested at approximately 3 p.m. today on a warrant for aggravated child abuse and neglect.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with Williamson College to create The Promise, a program designed to prepare inmates for meaningful employment after they have been released from incarceration.
Missing Nolensville teen Christopher Smithburg was found apparently safe at 8:10 p.m. Tuesday.
Updated at 12:45 p.m. Monday
Williamson County Sheriff’s Office and other authorities continue to search for missing Nolensville teen Christopher Smithburg, now with the assistance of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
Police say a Franklin family was the victim of a phone scam involving a popular prepaid credit card.
Updated at 12:26 p.m.
A package deemed suspicious was actually evidence addressed to the district attorney’s office and was not intended to cause harm, police said.
A Hartsville man wanted for a scheme in which he would return stolen items to Belk in exchange for gift cards was arrested Thursday.
A contract school janitor accused of spying on children and adults from the crawl space above a bathroom at Scales Elementary School recently received a six-count indictment from Williamson County grand jurors.