Franklin Police are hoping someone from the community might recognize this suspect. On September 10, he stole nearly $2,000 in fragrances from the CoolSprings Galleria Ulta. The suspect left in a waiting black sedan, possibly a Toyota Corolla.
The suspects, described by a witness as two black males, were driving a dark-colored Honda with a spoiler on the back and paint damage on the front hood. Detectives believe the suspects may have a connection to the Cleveland Park area of East Nashville.
There is a cash reward for information about these burglars.
Franklin Police are investigating after an I-65 road rage incident leads to a shattered window at interstate speeds.
This cell phone video shows the suspect vehicle traveling northbound on I-65 immediately following the altercation. One of the two white males inside this white truck fired a shot, from what is believed to be a pellet gun, into the victim’s vehicle, completely shattering its side window.
It happened around 6:00 p.m. on September 10. There is a cash reward for information in the case.
Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for information that leads to the arrest of a bank fraud suspect.
This man is using a variety of fake ID’s that contain his picture, but several different identities, to withdraw thousands from customer accounts at banks across middle Tennessee. At one of the banks, he was seen driving a blue BMW.
There is a cash reward for anyone who can help put a name to this face.
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In April, Franklin Police asked for the public’s help with identifying a man who fled from officers attempting to arrest him for cocaine possession. That suspect has been identified as Ezekias Walton. Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for information on Walton’s whereabouts.
Franklin Police are hoping someone might recognize this woman. She’s wanted for using stolen credit cards at the Cool Springs Target. The loss in this case is nearly $3,000. There is a cash reward for information.
On May 24, Franklin Police asked for the public’s help to identify the burglar in this May 18 Walgreens video, where the suspect hid inside the Murfreesboro Road store until after it closed, and then tunneled into the pharmacy through the drywall, stealing a large quantity of opioid pain killers.
Citizen tips led to the identification of the suspect as Austin Cornett. After Franklin Detectives developed information that he may be hiding out in East Tennessee, they worked with police and media there to offer a reward for information leading to Cornett’s capture.
On Monday night, Franklin Police received a tip that Cornett was hiding out in a Jacksboro home. Franklin Detectives quickly coordinated with Campbell County Deputies who arrested Cornett at that home a short time later.
Franklin Police transported Cornett from Campbell County to Williamson County today, to face his burglary charge for the May break-in at Walgreens.
Franklin Police commend the engaged citizens who came forward with information in this case that led to Cornett’s identification and capture.
Do you recognize this suspect? He is wanted for burglarizing a vehicle at The Academy of Cool Springs Daycare in Franklin at 4:20pm on July 8th and stealing a purse. The suspect then used a credit card from that purse at Wal-Mart in Franklin charging a total of $828 and then using the card at a Kroger in Brentwood for a total of $818.