The second annual Ride for Deputy Earl Dyer is set for Saturday at the Wilson County Fairgrounds.
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.
Wilson County sheriff’s detectives ruled the death of a Native American man whose body was found in a yard Monday as accidental and do not suspect foul play.
Wilson County sheriff’s deputies rescued a man from the Cumberland River at the Shutes Branch Recreational Area on Wednesday morning after he set his garage on fire and crashed his car into the water.
Mt. Juliet police and the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office combined Wednesday morning for National Coffee with a Cop Day at El Rey Azteca in Mt. Juliet.
A Mt. Juliet man was found sitting in the middle of Needmore Road with blood on his forehead after crashing his car into a ditch.
Wilson County sheriff’s detectives and Wilson County Emergency Management Agency personnel found a man’s body Monday in a yard on Logue Road.
Lebanon police will play host to America’s Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday at Don Fox Community Park.
Wilson County sheriff’s deputies caught a wanted suspect Wednesday morning after a brief foot chase.
Wilson County sheriff’s deputies caught a suspect early Friday morning believed to be involved in a chase Thursday evening in Mt. Juliet.
A Wilson County Sheriff’s Office van transporting two inmates was involved in a two-car accident Tuesday afternoon on East High Street, according to Walker Woods of the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office.
An Ohio man was convicted Friday on drug charges following an investigation that included officials from the Lebanon Police Department and Wilson County Sheriff’s Office.
No serious injuries were reported in a vehicle wreck involving a Wilson County sheriff’s deputy on Thursday afternoon, according to Lt. Scott Moore.
A Las Vegas woman was charged with prostitution early Sunday morning in Wilson County.
A lengthy drug investigation by the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office and the Lebanon Police Department resulted in 19 drug-related arrests Monday morning, according to Sheriff Robert Bryan.