A sketch artist with the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation worked with the victim to depict the man she says attacked her.
He is accused of taking $6,715.80 from a Mt. Juliet couple to do roof work on their home in May 2016 but never actually doing the work.
Police spokesman Don Aaron said that Matthew Havel, a 30-year-old from Pueblo, Colorado, made the complaint Sunday night.
Both her son, 22-year-old Kemontanez Armstrong, and her husband, 32-year-old Keon Hawkins, were shot and killed.
Angela Wright and Angela Bottoms were identified after police received tips from the public.
Devonta Cason, 22, is being held on a $250,000 bond and is due in court June 21.
The victim told Hendersonville police four suspects approached him and took his car and cell phone.
It happened at Gold Star Market, located 974 Murfreesboro Pike, around 1:30 a.m.
Metro police reported two men broke down the glass door of Floor America on Dortch Avenue around 1:45 a.m. on May 19.
George Davidson, 39, was booked into the Sumner County jail on at least 11 charges, including three counts of possession of a firearm during…
Debbie Lewis said she won a little money from playing slot machines at the casino and put the winning tickets in her purse.
In May, the West Precinct saw an increase in violent crime, up by 56 percent compared to April.
Metro police said Michael Martins, 31, of New York and Christopher Cross, 38, of Nashville are accused of dealing the counterfeit tickets on…
According to Metro police, the break in happened just before 2 a.m. at the nRange gun store on Gallatin Pike North.
Metro police told News 2 the victim said he was stabbed on Cockrill Street around 1:30 a.m.
Metro police told News 2 they believe the victim was shot in a nearby parking lot off of First Avenue South.
It all began this past Monday when the owner of the car parked it outside of a market on D.B. Todd Jr. Boulevard with the keys still inside.
Police said the man tried to shoplift four sets of wireless headphones and a pair of tennis shoes.
Two men were taken into custody Friday in the death of Carlos Moran, 32, who was shot and killed Monday,
Even though MTSU can’t control what goes on off campus, President Dr. Sidney McPhee said students always come first.