On April 4, 2020 Patrol Officers responded to the area of Saundersville Station in Hendersonville on an incident where a resident of the subdivision was injured after being dragged down the road by a vehicle. The injured party was communicating on the application “Let Go” and had arranged a transaction with another subject for the purchase of a phone. The “purchasing” subject came to the victim’s residence in a White 4 Door Sedan with two other individuals. The three black male occupants of the White Sedan took possession of the phone and drove off with the victim attached to the vehicle dragging him down the road. The victim was transported by EMS for medical attention.
On April 6, 2020 Hendersonville Detectives took two adults and one juvenile into custody for Aggravated Robbery associated with the incident that occurred on April 4, 2020. Detectives identified Bobby Idom (18), Robert Bullock (21), and a seventeen year old juvenile as being responsible and recovered the stolen property. The adults were transported to Sumner County Jail awaiting a bond to be set. The juvenile was transported to detention.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Hendersonville Police have remained vigilant in our efforts to prevent crime and prosecute those who make the mistake of committing them in our city. To prevent our citizens from being victims of crime at this time when they may already be struggling in other ways, our officers have been particularly watchful for crimes of burglary and theft. These efforts have been successful and our officers have brought charges against two more persons today charged with burglary and theft related offenses.
At approximately 1:00 PM on Thursday March 26th Hendersonville Police received a report of a residential burglary to a home in the 100 block of Rebecca Drive. The burglary and theft of property from the home was reported to have occurred within the last few hours prior to the report. Investigation into this incident resulted in the identification of the person responsible, Justin Macy (age 31) of Hendersonville. Justin Macy has since been arrested on unrelated charges in Dickson County and is being held in the Dickson County Jail with a hold pending transfer to Sumner County Jail on charges of Aggravated Burglary and Theft over $2,500 resulting from this incident. The court date and bond on the charges from Hendersonville Police are not yet set.
At 11:51 AM on Friday March 27th Hendersonville Patrol Officers responded to a report of a golf cart stolen from an apartment complex in the Bonita Parkway area. Approximately an hour later, another report from the area came in from Hendersonville Fire Department Station 3 related to a male possibly attempting to steal a four-wheeler from the Fire Department. Responding officers were able to locate the suspect responsible for both of these incidents in the area and located a tablet belonging to Sumner County Emergency Medical Services on his person that he had stolen from within an ambulance parked inside the fire station. Hendersonville Police have arrested Angel Gutierrez-Ortiz (age 27) from Mexico in connection with these incidents and have charged him with Aggravated Burglary and Theft under $1,000. The court date and bond for Mr. Gutierrez-Ortiz are not yet known.
Police would ask that anyone with information on these cases please call and report that information to Hendersonville Police at 615-264-5303 or the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400. Tips may also be submitted using the P3 Tips Mobile Application.
Someone leave a pink bag at your home? See this warning from the Tennessee Secretary of State’s office and the Better Business Bureau of Middle Tennessee: https://www.facebook.com/TennesseeSecretaryofState/posts/703971403077513
On Monday, 07-21-14, at approximately 1:40 pm, Hendersonville Police Officer Scruggs witnessed a shoplifting at Target in Hendersonville. Officer Scruggs attempted to stop two subjects who had just stolen a flat screen television. The subjects fled towards Nashville in a blue Honda Accord. The vehicle stopped near the intersection of Graycroft and Old Hickory Blvd in Nashville. The passenger fled on foot and the driver surrendered to police. Metro Nashville Police Department assisted in the arrest of the driver and the location and arrest of the passenger. The driver was identified as Kevin Byrd, age 35, of Nashville. The passenger was identified as Steven Walker, age 48, of Nashville. Each has an extensive arrest history in Nashville. Walker was found to have active arrest warrants out of Franklin and Smyrna for Violation of Probation, Theft and Criminal Trespass. Walker was also wanted by Metro Nashville for FTA, 8 counts Failure to be Booked, Probation Violation, Theft over $500, and Theft under $500. Each is in custody in the Sumner County Jail pending a General Sessions Court date.
Byrd is charged with Evading Arrest, Driving on a Revoked License, Reckless Endangerment, Theft under $500, and Resisting Stop, Halt and Frisk.
Walker is charged with Simple Possession Sch II, Simple Possession Sch VI, Theft under $500, Resisting Stop, Halt and Frisk.
Contact: Det. Neal Harris, 615-264-5303
The Hendersonville Police Department will aggressively enforce the city’s ban on fireworks during the July 4th holiday. Officers will be on patrol and will respond quickly to reports of ANY fireworks.
Grass and trees are especially dry this year and the Hendersonville Fire Department has been responding to grass fires and mulch fires over the last few weeks. Any firework can spark a fire and according to fire chief Jamie Steele, said “anything that receives extra heat is subject to burn.”
Please contact HPD if you see or hear fireworks in neighborhoods. Only the Freedom Festival in Drakes Creek Park Tuesday, July 3rd, can legally shoot fireworks.
Also, please be aware that the area surrounding Drakes Creek Park and the park’s entrances on Gallatin Road and Indian Lake Blvd will experience excessive traffic from cars and pedestrians before, during and after the festival which begins at 5pm Tuesday. The fireworks are scheduled to go off at 9pm.
Hendersonville Crimestoppers partnership between the community and the police department welcomes all tips that could help solve a crime.
You may receive a reward for tips that lead to an arrest and/or conviction. The Hendersonville Tipline is now active. Please call 615-573-5400 with your tips and information.
On December 18, 2011, MPO Fentress of the Hendersonville Police Department
investigated a shoplifting that occurred at Wal-Mart, 204 N. Anderson Lane. Jim
Montero and Lila Marie Pearl were taken into custody for shoplifting. Montero was
stopped coming from the men’s room with two video games secreted inside his pants.
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A Sumner County Grand Jury returned an indictment Tuesday charging former Hendersonville resident Tyrone Tackett, 40, with the first-degree murder of his wife Salena Tackett.
Tackett has been in the Sumner County Jail on a $1 million bond since July on a solicitation to commit murder charge.