Sunday and Monday consecutive armed robberies in Mt. Juliet proper may be "bleed overs" from Nashville area crimes, police say.
Mt. Juliet Police Detective Frank DeRiggi was recently honored by the United States Department of Justice and U.S. Attorney David Rivera at a ceremony in Nashville.
Nobody gives thanks for being homeless.
Just days before Thanksgiving Shay Kimberly Mattern is on her knees doing just that only because she knows deep in her heart it could have been an inexplicable horror story, much worse than losing a house.
The Mt. Juliet Police Department spiced it up Saturday afternoon at the precinct.
Mt. Juliet police closed a perplexing missing person case this week, and opened another one after a man allegedly exposed himself to a young student waiting for her school bus to arrive.
With trust between communities and their police forces of paramount importance these days, two Mt. Juliet police officials attended an invitation-only briefing at the White House Sept. 28.
One of Mt. Juliet Police's finest was one of 15 attendees who graduated from an elite leadership academy last Friday.
Mt. Juliet Police are advising people who purchased gas the Mt. Juliet Daily's Shell Gas Station between May 27 and June 1 to check their bank statement for possible fraudulent charges.
Mt. Juliet police say it's not unusual a suspect returns to the scene of an alleged previous crime to do another crime.
It appears that's what happened Wednesday afternoon at American Jewelry in Mt. Juliet.
Appliances appear to be a hot commodity to petty thieves targeting construction sites in Mt. Juliet.
Whether behind the pulpit, leading Mt. Juliet's Police Department or as partner in a high-end fashion boutique, James Hambrick is a dapper fellow.
When Mt. Juliet dad and husband Jeff Wilkins realized Wednesday evening what seemed a simple snow event had quickly turned wet roads into "ice skating rinks" in less than an hour, he called his wife Sarah and said he'd pick her and their son up from church.
Local police officers and emergency services personnel were honored by VFW Post 5015 on Thursday night.
The Mt. Juliet businessman unwittingly thrust into the social media limelight last week is making a statement of his own, admonishing those who put his livelihood in danger by listing his shop as a "meetup spot" for an anti-feminist rhetoric rally.
A controversial group that previously announced that a location in Mt. Juliet would be part of a global "meetup" canceled their plans Wednesday evening.
A 51-year-old Lebanon man was arrested in Mt. Juliet Monday after police say he shoplifted more than $500 worth of merchandise, primarily knives, from the Gander Mountain store in Mt. Juliet.
The lion emerged slowly.
Layer by layer, his features materialized and great mane took shape. The pounds of gypsum and drywall carved by the patient hand of veteran artist Jeremy Simons, 33, are uncannily lifelike, full of power and homage to the king of the jungle's raw power and strength.
A former Mt. Juliet Police Department sergeant has been indicted for official misconduct after investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
After investigation by Mt. Juliet Police and the FBI, it was announced that a November bank robbery in Mt. Juliet was conducted by a serial bank robber known as the "Move Quick Bandit."
Jason Ezell, 40, of Lebanon, Tenn., was sentenced today by Chief U.S. District Judge Kevin H. Sharp, to serve six months in prison and one year supervised release, announced David Rivera, U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee.
Little Gracie Duplisea could hardly contain her excitement Saturday as she took part in a parade designed exclusively for her in the parking lot of the Mt. Juliet Police Department.
Things were spicy at the Mt. Juliet Police Department Saturday afternoon. The department turned the heat up against crime with a community chili cook-off and open house.
The young buck either wanted an innocent early morning play session, or was feeling a little bit... should we say "frisky."
Mt. Juliet's Providence Marketplace mall and theater will be the site of a full-scale active shooter training exercise tomorrow night on Wednesday, October 14 from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. The training will begin after the mall closes in order to not disrupt businesses in and around the site.
The Mt. Juliet Police Department recently announced that three officers have graduated from the 10-week Basic Police School at the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy (TLETA) in Nashville.
A man wanted out of two counties ran from a Mt. Juliet police officer after he was pulled over for a vehicle registration violation but was ultimately apprehended.
It appears the Tennessee Department of Transportation has finally pinpointed why there have been a pattern of hydroplane crashes on Interstate 40 East near Mt. Juliet.
Jason Ezell, 40, of Lebanon, pleaded guilty today before Chief U.S. District Judge Kevin H. Sharp, to federal program fraud and wire fraud, according to David Rivera, U.S. attorney for the Middle District of Tennessee.
A former Mt. Juliet police employee was formally charged for alleged federal program fraud and wire fraud July 10.
The Mt. Juliet Police Department has changed its interview process to hire new officers onto the force and has added a civilian to their hiring team.
The staccato sound of gunfire within the walls of a Mt. Juliet elementary school sounded eerily real Tuesday morning as emergency agencies countywide partnered in an active shooter training exercise there.
A pair of Wilson County schools will serve as the site for a full-scale active shooter training exercise on Tuesday to test how well local emergency responders and school resources can work together to handle and recover from a tragic incident.
Memorial Day is a time for us to remember the promise President Abraham Lincoln made to, "Care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow and his orphan," Retired United States Army Maj. Pat Unger told a large crowd at Bond Memorial Chapel in Mt. Juliet Monday morning.
While investigating a crash on Wednesday afternoon, an officer with the Mt. Juliet Police Department found heroin hidden in a flashlight after the driver gave consent to have her car searched.
An attempted carjacking suspect was apprehended in Mt. Juliet Tuesday after a short search.
Mt. Juliet Police are praising the 38 beer retailers in the city limits as they all refused to sell alcohol to an undercover minor.
A local man was the victim of an alleged attempted carjacking predawn Tuesday at Langford Farms near Mt. Juliet.
It was a surreal scene in the parking lot at Mt. Juliet Christian Academy. Two demolished cars with the teen drivers and passengers groaning, bleeding and one too still. Dead.
Mt. Juliet police officials confirmed their Crime Suppression Unit sergeant recently decommissioned for alleged timecard fraud was fired Thursday.
A few hours after The Wilson Post called Mt. Juliet Police about a tip they received concerning a police official put on unpaid administrative leave, they released a statement about the incident.
Ten families in the Mt. Juliet and Hermitage area got a welcomed surprise recently when representatives from Mt. Juliet's Joy Church and the MJPD with an unexpected gift - balloons, a gift basket and a $1,000 gift card.
The barricaded subject incident on Newberry Lane has ended peacefully after police received a call of a man threatening to harm himself.
The Mt. Juliet Police Department is seeking dedicated individuals who want to be involved in law enforcement and public safety to serve in the department's reserve officer program.
Mt. Juliet police are seeking the public's help to identify a trailer thief who unsuccessfully attempted to conceal his face from a surveillance camera.
Mt. Juliet police responded to a report of possible active shoplifting on Wednesday, stopped a car relation to the call and located a wanted person.
Investigators with the Mt. Juliet Police Department have tracked down the persons believed responsible for recently burglarizing an open garage and unlocked car on the 200 block of Larson Drive thanks to the anonymous tips and social media.
After making a traffic stop and spotting open alcohol containers in the vehicle, Mt Juliet Police were led on a chase until two men exited the car and ran away on foot.
Thirty-year-old Omar Abdi, of Nashville, was arrested by Mt. Juliet police and booked into the Wilson County Jail Monday after threatening to cut a co-worker's throat with a box cutter.
A vigilant Mt. Juliet police officer, investigating a suspicious car at a city park last night, located a man who had just grabbed the cash drawer from Cheddar's Casual Café, according to police.
Investigators with the Mt. Juliet Police Department are looking to identify a man who may know the whereabouts of a stolen wallet that contained a large amount of cash.
When it’s finished, the MJ Café’s going to be a nice break room for the hard-working officers of the Mt. Juliet Police Department.
Mt. Juliet Police are searching for two men who held up Nick’s Market at 13620 Lebanon Road at about 6:10 p.m., Monday, May 26.
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