Franklin, TN – Krystle Ann Berry, wanted for a 7/19 break-in at a Brentwood Pointe condo has just been taken into custody. SWAT was used to execute arrest warrants at a West Main Street home for felony suspects wanted on unrelated charges. While checking the residence, officers found Berry hiding in a closet. No one was injured during the arrests, and additional information will be released as it becomes available.
Update, 07/24/2014: Berry has been located and arrested.
July 22, 2014, Franklin, TN – Franklin Police want a Thompson’s Station Woman for Aggravated Burglary & Theft, and information on her whereabouts is worth up to $1,000. Krystle Ann Berry, 31, reportedly broke out the bedroom window of an acquaintance in the Brentwood Pointe Condominiums early Saturday morning, stealing belongings from inside the home. Investigators identified her as the suspect, but Berry failed to turn herself in after initially agreeing to do so; now, police cannot locate her. If you know where Krystle Berry is, that information is worth cash with a simple call to Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000.
Krystle Ann Berry
Date of Birth: 07/28/1982
2828 Sutherland Drive
Thompson’s Station, TN
To send an anonymous tip to Franklin Police, text the keyword 615FPD, along with your message to 847411 (Tip411),
or call Franklin Police at (615) 794-2513
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Franklin, TN – According to statistics, 78 women are forcibly raped every hour in the United States. Just as startling: One out of four college women reported being sexually assaulted sometime during their four years of school.
The Franklin Police Department is proud to offer free self-defense training to women who live or work in Williamson County. The training incorporates awareness building, prevention, risk reduction & avoidance, as well as hands-on self-defense training by experienced police officers.
This four-part series will meet on Tuesday 08/19/2014, Thursday 08/21/2014, Tuesday 08/26/2014, and Thursday 08/28/2014 from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm at Franklin Police Headquarters. The 12-hour program is designed for the average woman with no previous experience or background in physical skills training. Mothers & daughters are encouraged to attend this free training together.
Helping to provide this training is something that I always look forward to,” said RAD Instructor, Officer Rose Steagall. “Participants walk away from this experience with a renewed feeling of confidence that they can avoid or overcome an attacker, we just show them how.”
For more information or to register, contact Officer Rose Steagall at (615) 794-2513. Download a RAD registration form here.
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Franklin, TN – In honor of the long-standing love affair between police and the doughnut, the Franklin Police Department has joined The Spirit of Blue Foundation and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts in a law enforcement fundraiser. Between now and July 31, Krispy Kreme will donate $1 to the Spirit of Blue Foundation for every two dozen doughnuts you buy.
SWAT and other officers will be at Krispy Kreme, 1733 Mallory Lane, on Saturday, 07/26/2014 from 9-11am for special demonstrations designed to entertain kids and enlighten their parents.
Franklin Police SWAT members will join Craig Morgan on stage at the Grand Ole Opry August 19 to receive the grant made possible by this fundraiser. The money will go towards the purchase of safety equipment for the team. Tickets to show are available online, and the Grand Ole Opry will donate $5.00 for every purchase using the promo code “SAFETY.”
On a diet, or happen to not enjoy country music?
Donate by texting “BLUE” to 41444
During an altercation Tuesday night on Scruggs Avenue, Johnson drug his girlfriend out of family’s view, pushed her to the ground, got on top of her, and began choking her – all while telling the victim that he was going to kill her. During the assault, Johnson drug the victim into a vehicle and left the scene. When responding officers got behind Johnson as he was leaving the neighborhood with the victim, he began punching her in the face as she tried to escape. The victim managed to escape by jumping from Johnson’s moving vehicle. She was treated by paramedics at the scene (July 16 release on this incident).
Johnson, charged with Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Kidnapping, Evading with a Motor Vehicle and Reckless Endangerment, is being held on a $24,000 bond. His arraignment is scheduled for 07/31/2014 at 1:00pm.
Franklin, TN – A 21-year-old Franklin man is wanted on multiple felony charges after assaulting and kidnapping his girlfriend last night.
At 11:09 Tuesday night, Franklin Police were summoned to Scruggs Avenue for a domestic disturbance. During an altercation in the yard, Corey Johnson (see June 5 arrest for shots fired on West Main) drug his girlfriend out of family’s view and pushed her to the ground. Johnson then got on top of her and began choking her – all while telling the victim that he was going to kill her. When family rushed to the victim’s aid, Johnson drug her into a vehicle and left the scene. When responding officers got behind Johnson as he was leaving the neighborhood with the victim, he began punching her in the face as she tried to escape. The victim managed to jump from Johnson’s moving vehicle during the continued assault. She was treated by paramedics at the scene.
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Corey Cortez Johnson
Date of Birth: 04/24/1993
103 Scruggs Avenue
Franklin, TN 37064
Johnson evaded officers in his maroon 2001 Ford Expedition with tinted windows and the TN license plate M1128S. Now wanted for Aggravated Assault, Aggravated Kidnapping, Evading with a Motor Vehicle, and Reckless Endangerment, Johnson remains at large. If you have information on his whereabouts, you are urged to call police. Information leading to Johnson’s capture is worth up to $1,000 with a call to Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000.
To send an anonymous tip to Franklin Police, text the keyword 615FPD, along with your message to 847411 (Tip411), or call Franklin Police at (615) 794-2513
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Last year, the Governor’s Highway Safety Office awarded the Department with a $50,000 grant to use for anti-DUI initiatives including DUI checkpoints, saturation patrols, training, equipment and overtime for officers working this checkpoint.
According to the Governor’s Highway Safety Office, impaired driving related crashes constitute one of the nation’s leading health problems. Impairment is a factor in 33% of all crashes in the United States and these events result in more deaths each year than all homicides.