A Gallatin man pleaded guilty to attempted second-degree murder and was sentenced Monday morning in Wilson County criminal court.
Lebanon police charged Mark G. Thompson, 31, of Lebanon, in connection with at least two recent vehicle burglaries.
Wilson County Sheriff’s deputies were involved in a car chase on Wednesday after a car that was being pursued by Sumner County Sheriff’s deputies entered Wilson County on Hwy 109 North.
A Mt. Juliet man pleaded guilty Monday to felony soliciting sexual exploitation of a minor in a case that took seven years to reach a conclusion.
Two people died in a shooting Monday night at a trailer park at 254 Barton’s Creek Road near Lebanon.
Lebanon city officials broke ground Wednesday on the new Lebanon police station, which is planned to undergo renovations and additions in the next year, at its Sparta Pike station.
Vincent Ingram, who was charged with one count of rape and three counts of statutory rape by an authority figure, pleaded guilty Monday in Wilson County criminal court.
Mt. Juliet police charged one suspect, but two remain at large, in the carjacking of a man Aug. 21 at an Exxon gas station at 125 N. Mt. Juliet Road.
The two remaining suspects in the drive-by shooting death of 13-year-old C’Asia Patton in 2015 pleaded guilty Thursday morning in Wilson County criminal court.
The Wilson County sheriff’s special response team, mobile command and negotiators responded to a call Tuesday night to assist Trousdale County sheriff’s deputies with reports of an armed suicidal man barricaded inside his home.
Joseph Patton, the former Wilson County Sheriff deputy who was employed for 24 years, pleaded guilty in the sexual battery of a 16-year-old girl as a part of a plea deal with the district attorney’s office.
Wilson County sheriff’s investigators seek the public’s help to find and arrest a suspected jewelry thief.
A Lebanon woman suspected of burglary led Wilson County sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed chase Monday morning on Carthage Highway.
Several high-profile cases were heard Monday in Wilson County criminal court, where motions hearings and trials were scheduled for the near future.
A former Metro Nashville police sergeant pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court to theft from an entity that receives federal program funds and money laundering.