Franklin Police need your help catching these burglary suspects

Do you recognize these burglars? They are wanted for burglarizing a metal storage container at approximately 11:40 on December 22 at 100 Mission Court in Franklin.  They were caught on camera stealing nearly $16,000 worth of new tires.  The truck is a blue older model F150 extended cab with a St. Louis Cardinals sticker on the rear driver’s side window.

There is a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information that could help solve this case.

If you have information call Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000
or click to submit an anonymous eTip.


UPDATE: Non-emergency lines now operational

All non-emergency public safety phone lines into Williamson County’s Emergency Communications Center have been restored. You can now dial the number you would normally call for non-emergency public safety assistance.

9-1-1 phone service remained operational during the outage.

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Urgent: Non-emergency lines are down

Important information from the Williamson County Emergency Communications Center: 

Public safety, non-emergency lines into WIlliamson County’s Emergency Communications Center are currently down.

If you have an EMERGENCY, please dial 9-1-1.

For non-emergencies:
call (615) 786-0140

This outage includes the Franklin Police non-emergency number 794-2513, which is currently inoperable.  


Phone scammers making the rounds in Franklin

1694555161Someone has been using the Franklin Police Department’s identity in an attempt to swindle residents. It’s a scam that’s making its way across the country.

Here’s how it works: The scammer spoofs the agency’s official phone number, which then shows up on the victim’s caller ID. The scammer claims to be an officer with the Franklin Police Department (or other local law enforcement agency) and tells the victim that there are warrants for their arrest, but that they can avoid being arrested by calling the ‘attorney’ handling the case against them. During that second call, initiated by the victim, the scammer gives the victim an opportunity to ‘pay their fines’ over the phone to avoid being arrested.

17362This is not how the real police operate. In fact, police officers will never call you to demand payment in lieu of arrest. If you receive a phone call that you believe is part of a scam, hang up and call police.

Children who have aging parents should talk with their loved ones about scams, and warn them to never give anyone numbers or codes to their credit cards, bank cards, or any personal or financial information over the phone.

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Franklin Police still searching for Gabrieal Jordan, who shot at his estranged wife outside Cool Springs business


The search is still on for 35-year-old Gabrieal Jordan. On December 13, he fired a shot at his estranged wife outside a business on Seaboard Lane, in Franklin. No one was injured during the incident. Jordan fled prior to officers arriving. He is believed to be in the Nashville area and may be driving a 2016 black Mitsubishi Outlander, which is a small SUV.

Jordan, a convicted felon with a violent history, is considered armed and dangerous. There is a cash reward for information on his whereabouts.

Call 74-CRIME if you know
where Gabrieal Jordan is

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Franklin Police investigating overnight stabbing

Detectives in Franklin are investigating an overnight stabbing. It happened at Viera Cool Springs apartments, at 300 N. Royal Oaks Boulevard. At around 10:30, Tuesday night, a 19-year-old man was repeatedly stabbed in the parking lot by a black male wearing a hoodie. His injuries were serious, but the victim is in stable condition at the hospital. The motive in this stabbing is unclear.

Franklin Police are asking area residents to check their doorbell cams for anything that might help. If you have any information about this case, call Franklin Police: (615) 794-2513.

Want to leave an anonymous tip?

-There is a cash reward for information-
Call Crime Stoppers:
(615) 794-4000
or click to submit an anonymous eTip

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Franklin Police need your help to ID this home burglary suspect

Franklin Police are investigating a home burglary on Astor Way in Franklin on 12/14/2019 at approximately 6:00pm.  The suspect was caught on a home surveillance camera.  The suspect is described as a white male approximately 5’6″ with a medium build.  He left the residence carrying a white purse with dark straps.  The suspect gained entry through a glass back door.

Detectives are asking residents in the area to check their home surveillance systems for any footage that might help identify the suspect.  A reward of up to $1,000 is being offered for information to help solve this case.

Call Crime Stoppers : (615) 794-4000 or click to submit an anonymous eTip.