Detectives with the Mt. Juliet Police Department have identified the driver responsible for running from officers in a stolen truck and crashing head-on into car following a theft last Saturday. Kevin D. Woodard, 42, of Antioch, is wanted for multiple charges related to the pursuit.
Woodard is a convicted felon and has been arrested multiple times for charges related to illegal drugs, theft and shoplifting.
Wilson County General Sessions Judge Haywood Barry, 80, has been cited for leaving the scene of an accident and other infractions following an accident this week at the Wilson County Judicial Center, according to Lebanon police.
The Wilson County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) has sought the public's assistance involving the investigation of a theft from a local business.
After a multi-jurisdiction, months-long undercover investigation, Lebanon and Mt. Juliet police special units raided a Mt. Juliet home and arrested two men on drug charges Tuesday.
Time stood still that day for Mt. Juliet. But, so many people remember the day, like yesterday. It was July 9, 2003
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.
Some say when they are killed on the job protecting others, they don't make the headlines. Security and private police officers daily face the rigors of human conflict, while protecting selflessly.
Mt. Juliet was the venue for a Nashville photographer who took free pictures of about 40 police officers and their families this weekend on the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorists attacks.
Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan and Lebanon Police Chief Mike Justice spoke to the 15th Judicial District Bar Association on Wednesday about unity between the departments.
Undaunted by an apparent flubbed robbery attempt at Lebanon's CedarStone Bank on Friday, a brazen robbery suspect immediately moved on to another nearby target, stealing an undisclosed amount of cash from Southern Bank.
One of Mt. Juliet Police's finest was one of 15 attendees who graduated from an elite leadership academy last Friday.
Interim Lebanon Police Chief Mike Justice announced to the Lebanon City Council on Tuesday night that three employees were honored recently for their outstanding service.
Ward 4 City Council Member Bernie Ash was scheduled to present an ordinance calling for new patrol carbines at Tuesday night's meeting.
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.
City of Lebanon police officers have been receiving a perk not offered to other city employees, according to information presented to the Lebanon City Council at a work session Tuesday.
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.
Law enforcement officers, friends and family gathered in at the Criminal Justice Center on Monday for a National Police Week Memorial Service.
Wilson County Sheriff's Office recently honored its largest-ever Sheriff's Citizens' Academy class following a 10-233k session that gave citizens a glimpse into what law enforcement officers encounter on The 24 graduates were all smiles as Sheriff Robert Bryan congratulated and thanked them for taking part in the unique educational opportunity.
A Mt. Juliet Windtree Trace resident and former New Yorker wants the community to "stand united, lock arms, join in song and feel the power of solidarity" Saturday night at a candlelight vigil she's organized to honor fallen New York Police officer Brian Moore.
Mt. Juliet police officials confirmed their Crime Suppression Unit sergeant recently decommissioned for alleged timecard fraud was fired Thursday.
A special work session was held at Mt. Juliet City Hall to discuss cutting the Animal Control budget to gain funds to hire two police officers.
During the course of a career that stretches across four decades, lawman Larry Allison not only crossed paths with some of Hollywood's most famous celebrities, he made sure that their paths, front and back, were all clear.
The former California cop, today a part-time policeman in Watertown, once provided security for such renowned folks as Nicole Kidman, Michael Jackson, Jack Nicholson, Andy Griffith, Aaron Spelling, Will Smith and Robin Williams.
Wilson County Sheriff's Office plans to saturate the county to find and arrest impaired drivers over the New Year's Eve holiday to ensure everyone is safe on Wilson County roads.
Mt. Juliet police said they feel "confident" the apparent murder of a local mother two years ago will be solved.
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.
Car enthusiasts rejoice!
Lo-Life Cruisin’ will be rolling into the James E. Ward Agricultural Center in Lebanon this Memorial Day Weekend. Charlie Cobble, promoter of the former Slammin’ & Jammin’ show which spanned 16 years, is the owner of the Lo-Life Cruisin’ show, as well.
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