That man–now identified as Donnie Fentress—reportedly walked into the store and pulled a gun on the cashier.
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Police have a prime suspect, thanks to a stolen child’s cell phone and a kiosk in a grocery store.
The gunshot victim was last listed in stable condition at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville.
Ross McCord is charged with statutory rape by an authority figure, four counts of aggravated statutory rape, solicitation of sexual exploita…
The incident happened on Nov. 17 as almost 2,000 kids were being dismissed at Lebanon High School.
One man died during that violent confrontation, and a veteran officer was on administrative leave until Monday.
The Berettas will quickly replace every department-issued 9mm Glock.
The man walked out, paying for his groceries but not paying for an expensive sound bar he had on the bottom of his cart.
Two teens accused of stealing at least two cars have been taken into police custody.
Of the 27 establishments that sell alcohol, five, or 19 percent, of the businesses sold to a minor.
Christopher Stefko is now charged with second-degree for allegedly supplying the drugs that killed 30-year-old Chad Judkins.
Authorities are searching for two of three inmates who escaped from a DeKalb County jail.
Works crews discovered the weapons and called the Maury County Sheriff’s Department.
Nashville is known around the world as a destination city, and the holidays are a prime time for people from everywhere to book a home or va…
The Snapchat was reportedly seen by parents who came to the Lebanon Police Department the next morning to tell authorities what happened.
Dorothy Bryant is charged with criminal impersonation.
When deputies arrived to the Maplewood Road home, they found Howard Foernsler pistol-whipped and bleeding.
Police said today’s scam artists call as many numbers as possible to maximize potential victims.
A Lebanon grandmother-of-five is still in shock after bullets ripped through her living room window, nearly hitting her husband.
The ransomware that hit the city’s computer system demanded $250,000 to reconnect the servers.