Recognize this auto burglar? There’s a cash reward for information on his identity

Franklin Police are hoping someone might recognize this auto burglar. He can be seen, in this video, checking for unlocked car doors in Franklin’s Ralston Glen neighborhood. He stole an assortment of items from at least two unlocked vehicles. Franklin Police want to remind residents of the importance of locking their car doors, even when parked in your own driveway.

There is a cash reward available to anyone who recognizes the suspect.

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


Crime Stoppers cash offered in stolen trailer case

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Franklin Police are investigating after a trailer was stolen from the parking lot of Tiny Little Donuts, on Murfreesboro Road. It happened on September 12.

These surveillance photos show the suspect vehicle arriving in the parking lot and then leaving with the stolen trailer.

There is a cash reward for information that leads to an arrest in this case.

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


Suspect using fake ID’s wanted for defrauding middle Tennessee banks of thousands

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.

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


Franklin Police seeking female check fraud suspect

Franklin Police hope that someone will recognize this check fraud suspect.  On June 25th, she used a stolen ID to cash a stolen check at a bank drive-thru on South Royal Oaks Boulevard.  She was driving the white SUV shown in the two photos.

Recognize her?
Call Crime Stoppers:
(615) 794-4000
or click to submit an anonymous eTip
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Recognize these felony suspects? Cash in by calling Crime Stoppers: 615-794-4000

Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for information that leads to the identification of two suspects who used stolen credit cards to make a series of fraudulent purchases, totaling more than $4,000, at a Franklin Kroger. Call Crime Stoppers if you recognize them.

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


Reward offered for ID of bank fraud suspect connected to Franklin auto burglary

Franklin Police are working to identify this woman. These bank surveillance photos show her trying to cash a check stolen during a Franklin auto burglary. There is a cash reward for information.

Police want to remind drivers not to leave purses, wallets, and other valuables in plain view in a parked car, especially at parks and gyms.

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


Update on Sunday’s Aggravated Assault case at Tony’s Eat & Drink, in Franklin

Yesterday, Franklin Police released photos of two men investigators were working to identify in connection with Sunday’s aggravated assault case at a Franklin bar.

The fight broke out during the early morning hours of October 4, inside Tony’s Eat & Drink. Franklin Police were unaware anything had even happened until 3:00 a.m. when Vanderbilt contacted the Department about one of the victims being treated at the E.R.

Both individuals from the photographs came forward last night after Franklin Police released their photographs in an effort to identify them. Their interview with a detective provided additional information about the incident. Detectives are providing all of the information about this case to the District Attorney’s Office, who will help determine any applicable charges.

Conflicting information about the incident is prompting Franklin Police to urge anyone who was at Tony’s and witnessed the fight or events leading up to it to come forward.

Call Franklin Police
if you have any information:
(615) 794-2513



Franklin Police investigating brutal aggravated assault at N. Carothers bar


Franklin Police are asking for the public’s help to identify the two men in these photos, which were taken during the brutal beating of a man in a N. Carothers bar, Sunday morning.

At 3:00 am on October 4, Franklin Police were summoned to the Vanderbilt Emergency Room where a victim who advised he had been assaulted in Franklin was being treated. The responding officer determined the location of the assault to be Tony’s Eat & Drink, and an investigation is underway. Officers were not summoned to Tony’s for this disturbance, Sunday morning, and the first the Department learned that it had occurred was after being contacted by Vanderbilt.

No one has been charged, but this case clearly has our attention and we are committed to holding anyone who perpetrates a violent assault like this accountable. The victim’s injuries are serious, but not believed to be life-threatening. Anyone with information or cell phone video of the assault or suspect is urged to contact Franklin Police.

A cash reward of up to $1,000 is available to anyone with information
 Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000.

Information about the case can also be shared by
clicking this link to share an anonymous eTip.

Franklin Police charge gas station robbery suspect

Today, Franklin Police charged Floyd Smith, 44, of Valhermoso Springs, Alabama, with Aggravated Robbery following an August 14 hold-up at the Berry Farms Twice Daily.

Floyd Smith
Age: 44
Valhermoso Springs, AL

At 1:50 last Friday morning, Smith indicated he was armed while demanding a clerk surrender the gas station’s money.

A Williamson County Sheriff’s Deputy spotted Smith’s vehicle on I-65 N near McEwen, following the robbery.

Smith abandoned that car in a parking garage and seriously injured himself after jumping from the second level of the garage in an attempt to avoid capture. Smith was taken into custody and then transported to the hospital where he remained under guard for several days.

Franklin Police booked Smith into the Williamson County Jail, Thursday afternoon, charging him with Aggravated Robbery. A Magistrate set Smith’s bond at $50,000. He is due in court on November 24.

Smith, a convicted felon with a lengthy criminal history, was recently released from an Alabama prison.




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.