Citizen tips lead to arrest in Berry Farms counterfeit case

Prince Myles
Age: 25
Nashville, TN

On February 12, Franklin Police asked for the public’s help with identifying the suspect in this video, who passed a fake $100 bill at a Berry Farms gas station. Citizen tips led detectives to 25-year-old Prince Myles.

Charged with Criminal Simulation, a Class-E Felony, Myles is being held in the Williamson County Jail on a $30,000 bond.


Wanted: Darius Harrison

February 25, 2020, UPDATE: Harrison has been arrested and formally charged with Aggravated Assault. He is free on the $3,000 bond set by the Magistrate. Harrison is due in court on March 5.  

Darius Harrison, 27, of Franklin, is wanted by Franklin Police for Aggravated Assault after he pushed and choked his girlfriend outside an Ambiance Way residence, Saturday night. Harrison fled before officers arrived and remains at-large. There is a cash reward for information on his whereabouts.



Two wanted in $16k tire theft captured on boat in Antioch

Two suspects wanted by Franklin Police since December 22 have been captured on a boat in Antioch. The pair is accused of stealing $16,000 in new tires from a Franklin business.

On January 31, Franklin Police arrested 45-year-old Michael Lewis, a convicted felon, and 36-year-old Amber Tidwell on a boat in the Four Corners Marina. Metro Police assisted with the arrest which came following a citizen tip.

Lewis and Tidwell are being held in Williamson County on felony charges. They are due in court February 13.


Family offers $2,500 reward for information about Franklin man’s disappearance

The family of a Franklin man who has been missing since December is offering a $2,500 reward for information that helps find him.

Family members say that 35-year-old Gerardo Hernandez left his Franklin home on December 15. His vehicle is accounted for, but Hernandez has not been seen or heard from since. His family grows more concerned with each passing day.

Hernandez does not suffer from Alzheimer’s or dementia but may abuse drugs. He was last seen wearing a white shirt, blue jeans, and black shoes.

If you have any information
on the whereabouts of Gerardo Hernandez, 
call Franklin Police:
(615) 794-2513
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Crime Stoppers cash offered for information on two wanted by Franklin Police


Update, January 31, 2020: Tessa Gill has been arrested. Charged with Theft, Evading Arrest, and Reckless Endangerment, she was released on the $2,500 bond set by the Magistrate. Gill is due in court on February 13. 

The male in the video below remains unidentified. There is a cash reward for information that leads to his arrest.

January 23, 2020: Franklin Police are offering a cash reward for information that leads to the arrest of two suspects wanted for fleeing after they stole more than $400 in groceries & merchandise from the Mallory Lane Kroger on January 13. Tessa Gill, 43, was identified as one of those suspects. Gill has last known addresses in Antioch and Hendersonville. The unidentified male in this video is also wanted.

Several motorists were endangered when the suspects evaded police on I-65 after officers spotted and attempted to pull them over following the theft. They remain at-large, today. Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward of up to $1,000 for information that leads to their arrests.

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


Citizen tips identified them, now there’s a cash reward for info leading to their capture


On December 26, Franklin Police released these surveillance photos of two suspects wanted for stealing $16,000 worth of new tires from a metal storage container. Citizen tips identified the suspects as 45-year-old Michael Lewis, a convicted felon, and 36-year-old Amber Tidwell. They may be driving a blue, older model Ford truck with an extended cab and a St. Louis Cardinals sticker on the rear driver’s side window.

Franklin Police & Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward
for information on their whereabouts. 

Know where they are?
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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