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.
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A Dec. 12 court date has been set for a Franklin man arrested last week when Metro Nashville Police raided his Green Hills business in connection with a prostitution investigation.
Franklin Police Chief Deborah Faulkner promoted 21 police officers at a ceremony held on Friday afternoon at FPD Headquarters on Columbia Avenue.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation's weekly update for Williamson County for the week of Nov. 6-12.
Williamson County Sheriff's Office Detective Amy Cole graduated from the TBI State Academy in October.
A drug suspect on the Williamson County Sheriff's Office Most Wanted Fugitives list was arrested Wednesday morning.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has added three drug suspects to its list of WCSO Most Wanted Fugitives.
The Franklin Police Department is requiring residents and business owners who operate within the City of Franklin to register their alarms with the FPD.
Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputies will be working to keep citizens safe during the upcoming Halloween weekend.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation's weekly update for Williamson County for the week of Oct. 30 to Nov. 5
The Franklin Police Department has announced street closures in the Hincheyville neighborhood during Halloween on Friday from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
The Franklin Police Department is offering a series of rape aggression defense classes for women who live and work in Williamson County.
Officer Bret Spivey and his German shepherd partner, Axel, of the Franklin Police Department's K-9 Unit placed second in the United States Police Canine Association competition held in Wilson, North Carolina.
The Franklin Police Department had a pair of two-man sniper teams compete in Gastonia, North Carolina as a part of competition against other law enforcement teams from across America and Canada.
Three Franklin retailers are teaming up with the Franklin Fire Department to promote home fire safety during Franklin's annual "Smoke Alarm Discount Day" Saturday, Nov. 1.
Tennessee Titans running back Shonn Greene surrendered to Franklin police Friday night on multiple traffic charges after a run-in earlier in the afternoon with an officer trying to cite him with a parking ticket, police said.
The Franklin Police Department is seeking to identify a man who used stolen credit card data to purchase more than $1,500 in reloadable Visa credit cards from the Walmart location on Mallory Lane on Oct. 17.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation's update for the week of Oct. 23-29:
The Franklin Police Department is investigating three separate cases of overnight burglaries that occurred in two Lewisburg Pike subdivisions. FPD reports that in each of the three cases, the suspect entered three homes while the residents were inside.
A Memphis man and woman remain in custody following prostitution arrests Friday at a Cool Springs Extended Stay.
The Franklin Police Department responded to a burglary call at the AT&T store located on Hillsboro Road and Mack Hatcher Parkway on Monday, October 20.
Franklin Police Department is seeking to capture a woman who allegedly stole $1,059 in Michael Kors purses from TJ MAXX on October 9.
An 85-year-old man who went missing at 1:30 p.m. Thursday has been located 224 miles away from Franklin in Scott County, Missouri, the Franklin Police Department reported.