Over 2,320 cars have been stolen across Davidson County so far this year.
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The most recent murder at an MDHA property happened late Tuesday night at the J. Henry Hale Apartments, located just west of downtown Nashvi…
With only eight so far this year, the city is pacing well below average.
2014 saw the lowest number of bank robberies in Tennessee, with only 18 reported state-wide the whole year.
To maintain the anonymity of the tipster, the caller is not asked for a name or any other identifying information. Instead, the tipster is …
With the increasing popularity and ease of online shopping, theft of packages from porches has become all the more common.
A review of publicly available crime data over the past four weeks shows that no major mall in the Nashville area is immune to crime.
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Examples of violent crime include homicide, robbery, rape, and aggravated assault.
Around 800 juveniles have been arrested in each precinct this year, which is up slightly compared to last year.
Reports of robberies are now lower this year compared to this time last year. Violent crime as a whole is now only up 1 percent.
It happened around 2:10 p.m. near the intersection of Ed Temple Boulevard and Schrader Lane.
Memphis topped that list with 3,940 firearms seized in 2016. Nashville had 1,539 firearms seized.
The North Precinct has had the highest number of arrests for felonies involving guns, with 48 people arrested so far.
Wednesday’s fatal shooting on Chestnut Lane was the city’s first homicide since 2015.
Every Nashville police precinct has seen an increase in the number of shootings.
Burglaries of homes make up about two-thirds of all break-ins city-wide, according to Metro police’s publicly available data.
It represents an 8.3 percent increase in robberies compared to the same time period in 2016, when there had been 1,464 reported robberies.
In Tennessee, opioid overdoses are often from prescription pain pills like hydrocodone, heroin or fentanyl.
According to TDMHSAS, since 2011, every year in Tennessee more than 6,000 people are arrested for crimes related to prescription opioids.