Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward to anyone who helps identify this pharmacy burglar.
On May 18, he hid inside the Murfreesboro Road Walgreens until after the store closed and employees had left. Once everyone was gone, the burglar tunneled into the pharmacy through the drywall and stole a large quantity of opioid pain killers.
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Police in Franklin are hoping someone might recognize these thieves. On January 14 they stole a cart full of groceries and three flat screen televisions from the Franklin Walmart. The two left in a green Honda Element. There’s a cash reward for information, so call Crime Stoppers if you recognize them.
UPDATE: Last week, Franklin Police asked for the public’s help to identify two Felony Evading suspects who eluded police in a white Toyota Tacoma on November 18, in Cool Springs.
Tips poured in and 23-year-old Jordan Gerber, of Shelbyville, is now behind bars in Bedford County, awaiting forthcoming charges in Franklin. The male in the photo has also been identified. Franklin Police want to thank the many engaged citizens who called in to share information on this case.
The suspects in these photos are wanted by Franklin Police for Felony Evading after eluding police in a white Toyota Tacoma on November 18, in Cool Springs. The pair may also be connected to the theft of another automobile.
Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering up to $1,000 to anyone who can identify these auto burglars, wanted for stealing cash and other items from unlocked cars at a Cool Springs Retirement community.
Franklin Police published this video on September 3, asking for the public’s help with identifying a package thief caught on camera. The Department received numerous tips that helped detectives develop Rafael Jimenez, Jr. as the suspect. Police have been looking for him ever since.
A break in the case came after a CrimeStoppers tip led police to a location where he was staying, yesterday in Nashville. Jimenez was arrested without incident and booked into the Williamson County Jail.
In addition to being wanted by Franklin Police, Jimenez is also wanted by Sumner, Maury, and Davidson Counties on multiple, unrelated charges.
Charged with x2 counts of Theft, x2 counts of Criminal Trespass, x2 counts of Failure to Appear on Previous Charges, and x2 Counts of Violation of Probation, Jimenez is being held in Franklin on a $34,000 bond.
Franklin Police credit Ring doorbell footage, good detective work, and engaged citizens with closing this case.
Franklin Police want to identify this thief. On February 6, he rented a $36,000 skid-steer from Sunbelt Rentals of Franklin. The company later learned that all of the information the suspect provided was false. He was last seen driving a black Dodge Ram pickup.
Franklin Police and Crime Stoppers are offering a cash reward for information that leads to the identity & arrest of this thief. He’s wanted after ‘purchasing’ a $20k RTV from a Franklin business using a fake cashier’s check.
Franklin Police are working with detectives in Murfreesboro who are also trying to identify this suspect, wanted in a similar case there.
Recognize him? Call Crime Stoppers: (615) 794-4000 or click to submit an anonymous eTip
A drug dealer’s run from the law that began on January 23 is over. Acting on a tip, Franklin Police captured Moore during a felony traffic stop at White Bridge Pike and Brookwood Terrace in Nashville, Thursday.
Moore, charged with Felony Evading, being a Fugitive from Justice, Manufacture and Distribution of Marijuana, Possession of Drug Paraphernalia, and Driving on a Revoked License, is being held in Franklin on a $1,027,500.00 bond. He is due in Williamson County Court on February 22. Moore is also wanted by California authorities on charges unrelated to this case.