Mt. Juliet and Lebanon police officers and Wilson County sheriff’s deputies came together Thursday to honor fallen law enforcement officers throughout Wilson County’s history.
The Wilson County Sheriff’s Office joined the list of groups, which have honored retiring Mt. Juliet High School principal Mel Brown on Wednesday with a small ceremony at the school.
Lebanon police officers and Wilson County sheriff’s deputies will participate in Mental Health Awareness Month in May.
Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan spoke to the Lebanon Noon Rotary Club on Tuesday about the nationwide opioid crisis.
A Wilson County Jail inmate is in critical condition at Tennova Healthcare-Lebanon after he was found unresponsive in his cell Thursday morning after an apparent suicide attempt.
A tractor-trailer flipped onto its side on the right side of Interstate 40 Tuesday at about 3:05 p.m. near mile marker 241.
Mt. Juliet City Commissioner Ray Justice will challenge incumbent Robert Bryan for Wilson County sheriff in August after post deadline passed last week.
Anthony Batte, 18, a senior at Lebanon High School, was charged Wednesday after a school resource officer found several weapons in his car.
Fire destroyed a mobile home early Thursday morning at 1173 Needmore Road near Old Hickory with a criminal history that involved another fire and a killing.
Wilson County Schools, in conjunction with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office, will look to take several steps in the near future to further insure safety at county schools.
Gibbs Pharmacy has joined the fight against opioid and prescription medication abuse with its own Med Drop box.
Wilson County sheriff’s detectives seek the public’s assistance to identify a home thief caught on surveillance video.
Wilson County sheriff’s deputies started a chase in Wilson County that ended in Sumner County when a Sumner County Sheriff’s Department officer shot the suspect.
Lebanon police and Wilson County sheriff’s investigators searched a home at Greentree Apartments in Lebanon that resulted in drug charges for multiple Wilson County suspects.
Lebanon High School, Wilson County Schools and the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office will join forces next week in an attempt to curb bullying, harassment and suicide.