UPDATE….With your help, HPD was able to identify the previously pictured persons and determine they had no involvement in car burglaries. Thanks for your help, that’s one less lead to follow!
This should be an easy one. HPD would love to meet these guys and discuss their recent contributions to society.
If you know either of these fellows, please let us know through Crime Stoppers. Thanks for your help!
Det. Chris Gagnon, case number 17-08407.
Interrupted while on a mission to steal Star Wars items. We need to show this guy the force of good over evil. Give us a call if you recognize him or this vehicle.
Case 17-06896, Det. Gagnon.
On 09-12-17 the Bread Box in Hendersonville was the victim of a robbery. As of 09-18-17, three persons have been taken into custody for their roles in the robbery. Jonquatus M. Guthrie is currently wanted for his alleged involvement in the robbery. Guthrie should be considered armed and dangerous. Please be cautious and notify your local law enforcement if you know his whereabouts.
Case number, 17-06434. Detective Edwards and/or Detective Harrell.
On 07-23-2017 the white male pictured in the above video (click above to play) vandalized Nannie Berry Elementary School. HPD needs your help identifying this person.
Contact: Detective Neal Harris
Case #: 17-005257
The two black male suspects pictured above passed counterfeit money at several locations around Hendersonville on 07-10-17. HPD needs your help identifying them!
Contact: Det. Jacob Sprouls Case #: 17-004853
The above pictured male shoplifted from Hendersonville Target on 06-04-2017. HPD needs your help identifying him.
Contact: Det. Jacob Sprouls Case #: 17-004011
On 06-13-2017 the two above pictured males who are described as a light skinned black male and a hispanic male pickpocketed a victim of his wallet at Hendersonville Medical Center. Then they went and used the victim’s credit card at Target. They were traveling in the above pictured vehicle which is believed to be a 2006-08 model Mitsubishi Outlander. Contact us with any information on who these two are.
Contact: Detective Neal Harris Case #: 17-004123
On 6/11/17 the above pictured males used stolen credit cards at Target. Contact Crimestoppers and let us know who they are!
Contact: Det. Sean Simms Case #: 17-004076
June 07, 2017, approximately 0004 hrs., suspicious activity on West Main St. led to a vehicle registration check which returned stolen for a 2010 Toyota Corolla. This vehicle is believed to have been stolen in a robbery in Metro Nashville, May 31, 2017. The vehicle travelled to a dead end business district on Molly Walton Dr. with the occupants abandoning the vehicle and fleeing on foot through a wooded area and across SR 386 to a nearby neighborhood. This same date at approximately 0040 hrs., HPD received a report of a carjacking on Chipwood Dr. Four black male suspects, at least one believed to have a gun, approached a male victim as he had returned home from work. His phone and vehicle were stolen from him. No injuries reported. The suspects then fled in the newly stolen vehicle to Nashville. Discovery of multiple auto burglaries in the area lead investigators to believe the suspects were trying to locate a vehicle containing keys when they observed the carjacking victim arriving to his home.
As of 0246 hrs., the stolen vehicle was reportedly seen in the Whites Creek Pk. area of Nashville. It is a gray Honda Civic 4 door, TN license plate 0D37K3.
Additional information will be released when available. Investigation remains active. Detective Chris Gagnon, complaint number 17003956. Anyone with information regarding this or other crime is encouraged to call the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400. Tips can also be submitted by text to the number 274637 (crimes) using keyword TIPHPD.
On Monday June 6, 2017 at 3:13 a.m., the Hendersonville Police Department received two 911 calls from neighbors on Heron Nest Lane stating that their neighbor had just had her vehicle carjacked. The victim advised a black male prevented her from closing her car door and told her they were taking her vehicle. She advised that the black male was holding a weapon and there were two other black males standing on each side of the one with the gun.
While investigating this incident, HPD recovered two additional stolen vehicles which had been abandoned in the area. Multiple vehicle burglaries were also discovered in this same area as well as in the Sumner Meadows subdivision, where one of the recovered vehicles had been stolen. The second recovered vehicle had been stolen out of Lebanon.
The victim vehicle of the carjacking is a black Infinity, 2 door coupe, TN license plate V6558L. It is still missing.
We need your help, please call if you have any info.
Det. Jim Bachman, case number, 17003912.