No matter the difficulties, Sgt. Ed Rucker said he is up for the challenge and then some to help make a difference in the community.
Brentwood police said the man walked into the store wearing a surgical mask over his face and walked directly to the pharmacy section.
Metro police reported Stephen Herbert, 31, and 28-year-old Emily Dickson were charged after various drugs were found inside the home.
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry has targeted youth violence and is working tirelessly to reduce it.
Young offenders might stay overnight in the detention center or until more permanent housing is found.
Robert Lindquist said he has since traded in his totaled car and has purchased a six speed Kia.
For the teens who completed the program, both they and their parents see a future brighter than the one they had before.
Lebanon police say the new charges against Andrew Gibbs come after information they received while he was in jail.
The sheriff’s office said Dustin Myer was taken into custody on April 26 while Marissa Denton was arrested April 17.
Police believe teenagers could be responsible for the uptick in crime in the Edgehill community.
Steven Howell is accused of putting a gun to his girlfriend’s head during an argument at a Cheatham County home Monday night.
Overall the number of juveniles charged with violent felonies has increased by 37 percent when compared to the same time period last year.
Police said the gunman entered the Capitol Towers Market on James Robertson Parkway around 1:40 p.m. Saturday and demanded money.
Timothy Davis allegedly fled from a deputy as they attempted to take him into custody.
The victim was walking on Eighth Street in East Nashville on Saturday night when he saw Keathony Jones, who he recognized from school.
The department said the burglaries were in the Saddlewood, Park Glen and Willoughby Station neighborhoods.
According to an arrest affidavit, 51-year-old Jimmy Lloyd went inside Virago, on McGavock Street, early Tuesday morning.
Hendersonville police said the man used a ruse to get inside the home at The Point at Waterford Crossing.
The department reported the thefts occurred between 9 and 10 p.m. in the area of Indian Lake Boulevard and Anderson Lane.
The Director of Emergency Services for Metro Nashville is concerned a synthetic opioid emerging in Middle Tennessee could cause an increase …