The American Civil Liberties Union of Tennessee criticized the Mt. Juliet Police Department for seizing a man’s car after the man’s son was seen selling drugs out of it.
While making Facebook live videos to update residents through social media to local road conditions, Mt. Juliet police Capt. Tyler Chandler came across a teenager sledding and took the opportunity to do some community outreach.
Mt. Juliet police will hold Coffee with a Cop on Friday from 7-9 a.m. at America’s Country Store at Circle P Ranch at 563 Main St. in Mt. Juliet.
With temperatures in Wilson County in the single digits, one Mt. Juliet police officer stepped up to help when he noticed two young boys not dressed properly for the winter weather.
An early morning carjacking Friday at Walmart in Mt. Juliet led to a police chase that ended with two different crashes.
Travel is discouraged in Wilson County on Friday and Saturday due to a winter weather advisory in place.
Lebanon and Mt. Juliet police officers, Wilson County sheriff’s deputies, as well as Mt. Juliet firefighters spoke to the 2018 Leadership Wilson class Wednesday afternoon.
Mt. Juliet police officers shut down an area around Partridge Court in Mt. Juliet on Thursday morning after they thought they heard gunshots from inside a house.
Law Enforcement Appreciation Day was Wednesday, and several Wilson County community members and organizations showed their appreciation for law enforcement agencies in the county.
Emergency crews in Wilson County dealt with several incidents last weekend, including at least two crashes and two fires.
Two cars were burglarized Thursday at around 9 a.m. while parked at Planet Fitness in Mt. Juliet.
Members of the Senior Citizens Awareness Network donated heaters to the Mt. Juliet Police Department for officers to give to people who don’t have sufficient heat.
Michel Bahgat Yani, 30, of Antioch, was charged with domestic assault Tuesday after police said he assaulted his pregnant wife in a cemetery in Mt. Juliet.
Mt. Juliet detectives seek assistance to identify two people who used stolen credit card information in November.
The Mt. Juliet police, firefighters and Wilson County Emergency Management Agency officials all made posts on social media Tuesday warning against playing on ice after a picture was posted of two children playing on thin ice in the Hickory Hills neighborhood.