A Columbia woman charged with DUI is free on bond following a Sunday morning crash that injured her and three other people, Franklin police said Monday, Sept. 15.
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children cyber tips that linked a Franklin man and pornographic images of young girls have led to his six-year prison sentence. His arrest was the first for Eric E. Peterson, a married father of three, but police had searched his home several years ago after receiving tips that he had downloaded child porn, court records show.
One of two suspects in the notorious 2011 homicide of Holly Bobo, a Parsons, Tenn., woman whose body was found last weekend after a search of three years, has been transferred to the John Easley Criminal Justice Center in Franklin.
Spring Hill Police Officer Eric Pinkerton was arrested Friday morning by Columbia Police and subsequently fired, according to public information officer Lt. Justin Whitwell.
A Franklin man remains jailed following his second DUI arrest early Thursday morning, according to a news release from the Franklin Police Department.
A Williamson County Criminal Justice Center female inmate whom authorities say died Thursday, Sept. 11, after a medical emergency was in custody for violating parole on two prior drug convictions, court records show.
A Columbia, Tenn. woman who works as a licensed practitioner nurse at Franklin senior care facility has been arrested on charges of stealing medication intended for patients, police said Tuesday, Sept. 9.
Williamson County Sheriff's Office Detective David Beard has been named Deputy of the Month for August, and his favorite charity was honored with an award from Toyota of Cool Springs.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation traffic update for Sept. 4-10.
A caregiver remains jailed this afternoon after pawning a family heirloom stolen from an Alezheimer's patient she was hired to care for, according to a news release from the Franklin Police Department.
With the help of the media, two men suspected of stealing an $800 vacuum cleaner from Kohl's in Cool Springs have been identified, and now the Franklin Police Department needs help tracking them down.
The Franklin Police are seeking two women suspected of stealing credit cards from a mother's diaper bag at the Toys "R" Us location in Cool Springs on July 28. FPD says that the total loss is $2,000. The women are driving a black Chevrolet Cruze.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office is working to identify the man in the pictured composite sketch, which was created by a Special Agent from the TBI.
The following is the Tennessee Department of Transportation update for the week of Aug. 28 through Sept. 3 for Williamson County.
The Tennessee Department of Transportation announced Friday a timeline for the bridge construction along 1-65 at Peytonsville Road/Goose Creek Bypass, which is expected to be open by the Thanksgiving Holiday, following the tanker truck that crashed and destroyed two bridges at the interchange.
On Friday morning, the Williamson County Sheriff's Office deputies arrested a Thompson's Station woman who is accused of stealing thousands of dollars from a school PTO in Leiper's Fork.
A Franklin man charged with beating a woman and her baby and preventing her from calling police has posted a $25,000 bond and been freed from the Williamson County Criminal Justice Center.
Three car burglaries in one night in Franklin have police reminding residents of the importance of locking their vehicles.
Joel Thompson, 25, a musician from Rochester, New York, was arrested Tuesday night by flex officers with the Franklin Police Department.
The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has received complaints from residents who claim a man, who identifies himself as Detective Phillips of "Williams County," is attempting to scare people into giving him money for missing jury duty.
Former high school coach Darren Henrie pleaded guilty Tuesday morning to three counts of sexual battery of a minor and received a six-year prison sentence in Williamson County Circuit Court.
Officers with the Franklin Police Department have arrested a woman suspected of stealing two valuable rings from a Franklin antique store on Aug. 5, according to a news release.
A man with possible dog bites is being sought by Williamson County authorities who say he invaded a Hargrove Road home about two weeks ago and assaulted a woman who lived there.
The Franklin Police Department officially welcomed Greg Policastro as its new deputy chief after he took the oath of office during a Thursday morning ceremony.
With over three decades of law enforcement experience under his belt, Greg Policastro will be sworn in Thursday morning as deputy chief at the Franklin Police Department.