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.
On July 20, 2019 at around 11:12 a.m. the Hendersonville Police Department was notified of an Armed Robbery that occurred at SOHO Gallery at 767 W. Main St. in Hendersonville. The subject entered the business armed with a handgun and demanded merchandise from the store as well as personal items from the clerk that was working. A patron of the business walked in during the robbery and was forced to comply with the subject until he fled the area in a dark colored SUV. Case Number 19-04988,
ALL SUSPECTS APPREHENDED….On March 9, 2018 at approximately 11:16 pm; the Hendersonville Police Department responded to a robbery and shooting at 1037 Center Point Road. Two victims were sitting in a car in the parking lot when unknown persons attempted to rob them. Gunshots were exchanged and the suspects ran off. Surveillance video revealed that the suspects were in a silver vehicle, possibly a Nissan Altima. The attached sketches were completed by TBI sketch artists. Please call if you can help HPD identify these persons. Case Number 18-01619, Det. J. Sprouls, Sgt. B. Fohrd.
On February 3rd and again on February 10th the above pictured white Toyota Sequoia (2003-2007 model) with tinted windows stole a load of pallets from the Maple St. area of Hendersonville. HPD needs your help identifying this person.
Contact: Det. Frank Scalise Case #: 18-0973 , 18-0974
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.
The above pictured white male shoplifted televisions from Hendersonville Wal-Mart on September 10th, 12th, and 14th. He was seen leaving the area in an older model red Ford Explorer. The suspect has a large tattoo on his right forearm. HPD needs your help identifying this thief.
The above pictured persons stole over $1,000 in merchandise from a Hendersonville gas station. They were in the above pictured vehicle which appears to be a 2004-2006 Suzuki XL7. HPD needs your help identifying these persons.
Contact: Detective Jacob Sprouls Case #: 16-004983
On July 4, 2016 the Hendersonville Police Department responded to a Robbery at 1 Stop Food Mart at 109 Sanders Ferry Road in Hendersonville, Tennessee. An unidentified white male subject wearing a dark fisherman style hat and a bandana entered the store wielding a handgun and demanded money from the clerk and the register. The subject left the store and fled on foot behind a nearby apartment building. Detective Gagnon, case number 16004359. IDENTIFIED AND SERVED: JUVENILE.
On 06-05-16 this unidentified person stole merchandise from the Hendersonville Target. He is also suspected of stealing from the Rivergate Target. He has tattoo’s on both arms and drives the silver Mitsubishi Eclipse. If you can identify him, call Hendersonville Crimestoppers at 615-573-5400.