Special agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI), in partnership with the Tennessee Comptroller of the Treasury, have obtained indictments for a former clerk in the Wilson County Trustee's Office who is accused of stealing funds from tax payments.
Detectives with the Wilson County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) have seized stolen property from multiple home burglaries that have taken place over the last several weeks.
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.
Sunday and Monday consecutive armed robberies in Mt. Juliet proper may be "bleed overs" from Nashville area crimes, police say.
Sunday night along Burford Rd.
The Wilson County Sheriff's Office is investigating a "rash" of automobile break-ins Sunday night on and around Burford Road in northern Wilson County.
Reports indicate windows on several trucks and cars were smashed with at least two handguns and a compound bow being taken by thieves.
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.
Lebanon Police are seeking information on a robbery that took place Tuesday morning at the Sunglass Hut at Prime Outlet Mall when investigators say a thief made off with nearly 250 pairs of sunglasses valued at $16,600.
Wilson County Sheriff's Deputies arrested two people for possession of stolen vehicles and other stolen property. They assisted U.S. Marshals who were trying to find one of the suspects who was wanted in Georgia for other charges.
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.
A former Mt. Juliet Police Department sergeant has been indicted for official misconduct after investigation by Special Agents with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.
Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan warned Wilson County residents this week not to fall for a scam in which someone calls claiming to be with the office's criminal warrants division, demanding money for failing to appear for jury duty or some other crime.
All charges have been dropped against a former Mt. Juliet Senior Activity Center employee fired for alleged "mishandling of funds" last month, according to the executive director on Monday.
Special Agents from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation have obtained an indictment for a Lebanon woman accused of misusing her position as a friend's Power of Attorney for financial benefit.
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.
Lebanon Police are asking for your help in identifying these individuals responsible for stealing three computers at the Lebanon Walmart on two different occasions.
Investigators are on the hunt for information about sophisticated jewelry thieves, who sawed through the roof of Prestige Pawn & Jewelry and stole over $200,000 in jewelry.
Three juveniles were apprehended by Mt. Juliet police on Tuesday, mere hours after they allegedly broke
into a half-dozen cars and an apartment.
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.
An unknown female snatched a wallet off a counter and stored it away in her purse after the victim forgot she left it at the Walmart checkout recently.
Lebanon Police arrested a man Tuesday night after he reportedly admitted stealing tools and filing a false report regarding the incident.
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