The Wilson County sheriff’s special response team is dealing with a barricaded armed suspect around the 250 block of Long Beach Road.
Wilson County Emergency Management Agency firefighters and Watertown volunteer firefighters put out a barn fire Friday afternoon at 16694 Cainsville Road in Lascassas.
The Tennessee Sheriff’s Association handed out seven $500 scholarships to children of Wilson County sheriff’s deputies this year to use at the college of their choice.
The fatal shooting Wednesday afternoon that ended with an alleged shooter dead in an apparent suicide appears to have started as a domestic dispute between a husband and wife on their child’s birthday.
Wilson County sheriff’s deputies charged a man Wednesday with violation of the sex offender registry after a viral post on Facebook accused him of the crime.
A suspect in a shooting incident was found dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound Wednesday night after Wilson County sheriff’s deputies spent much of the day searching for and negotiating with him.
Wilson County Emergency Management Agency firefighters put out fires at two different houses Monday, one early morning fire in Old Hickory and one evening fire in Mt. Juliet.
Wilson County law enforcement agencies reached out to the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office following the shooting death of Dickson County sheriff’s Sgt. Daniel Baker.
Participants in the 10th class of the Sheriff’s Citizens Academy graduated May 22 and received a certificate of completion.
Lebanon police reported several thefts from unlocked vehicles in the area of the Iroquois subdivision Tuesday night.
According to Wilson County sheriff’s Lt. Scott Moore, reports surfaced recently of a telephone scam where people call and claim to be with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office to solicit money from residents.
Wilson County sheriff’s deputies arrested a suspect after he stole a police cruiser Wednesday morning at Wilson Central High School and crashed it.
An early morning traffic stop by a Wilson County sheriff’s deputy Tuesday in Mt. Juliet led to several drug and weapon charges for an Old Hickory man.
Threats made to several students at a West Wilson Middle School dance is under investigation, according to Wilson County sheriff’s Lt. Scott Moore and Wilson County Schools spokesperson Jennifer Johnson.
The new directed patrol unit has been on the streets for about a month, and, according to Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan, has found success.