Your Wayne County - TN Sheriff's Office is asking for the public’s help in locating Mitchell Lee Todd Askew, a 19 year old white male, who is wanted in relation to a shooting investigation that occurred last evening on Kilburn Hollow Road in Wayne County.

Askew is to be considered armed and dangerous, if you see him or know of his whereabouts please contact Wayne County Dispatch at (931)722-3613. Askew is from the Lauderdale County AL area.



Murdered Summertown, Tennessee man's missing bird has been reunited with family after being found in Maury County.


Lauderdale County Alabama Drug Task Force executed search warrant that resulted in the seizure of methamphetamine, fentanyl, and weapons.

The Lauderdale County Sheriff's Office released the following information and photos:

"On 5/23/2023 agents with the Lauderdale County Drug Task Force executed a search warrant at 5214 County Road 85. The search revealed 7 ounces of Methamphetamine (ICE) and 74 grams of Fentanyl pills (Approx. 900 pills). Agents also located 4 long guns and 3 handguns.
Arrested and Charged:

Casey Mckall Franklin:
Trafficking in Fentanyl
Trafficking in Methamphetamine
Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia

Jonathon Michael Robertson:
Trafficking in Fentanyl
Trafficking in Methamphetamine
Unlawful Possession of Drug Paraphernalia."



In the evening hours of May 25,2023, your Wayne County - TN Sheriff's Office responded to a shooting call on Kilburn Hollow Road. The victim was transported to the hospital with a gunshot wound to the abdomen. It is believed this was a targeted incident and the suspects have fled the area in a vehicle. Your Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is following multiple leads and are unaware of any other threats to the public. We will update with any further information when available.


Wayne County Sheriff's Office has issued the following BOLO.

Wayne County citizens in the area of Dogwood Flats and Collinwood communities be on the lookout for Charles Fred Staggs .

Subject is armed and dangerous. Do not confront him if you see him! Dial 911 immediately



Pulaski Police Department need help identifying the individual and car in these pictures. He travels throughout the southeast scamming businesses.

If you have any information please call us at 931-424-4404.

Thank you for your help!



The FBI needs the public’s help in identifying a suspect involved in a bank robbery earlier today, May 24.

Around 2 p.m., a male suspect wearing a blue sweatshirt and a red bicycle helmet, entered the Pinnacle Bank at 128 Franklin Road in Brentwood. He handed the teller a bag and demanded money. No weapon was visible during the incident.

The suspect left on foot, heading east toward the railroad tracks. No vehicle was seen in the area.

Brentwood Police responded to the call, but the FBI is leading the investigation. Anyone with information on this incident should call the FBI’s Nashville Office at 615-232-7500.



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One individual sustained a gunshot wound during a Lawrence County home invasion over the weekend.

According to reports the Lawrence County Sheriff's Department was dispatched early Saturday morning to a home invasion that occurred on Highway 64.

During the incident one individual sustained a gunshot wound and was transported for medical treatment.

At this time the case is still under investigation but detectives do have a person of interest.

No further information has been released.



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Rogersville Police, other agencies searching for shooting suspect after fleeing standoff


‘It’s a miracle’: Giles County sheriff praises God, gear after deputy shot during standoff





The Lewis County Sheriff's Office is seeking information to the where abouts and/or wellfare of this Lewis County resident.

KENNETH ROBERT PEEVER JR. (45 years old) Mr. Peever Jr. was reported as missing on 05/14/2023. Mr. Peever Jr. was last seen leaving his residence from Hooper Road in the evening on 05/12/2023 driving a 2002 White Saturn car (like the vehicle in the attached photo) tag # 096BFJD.

It is believed Mr. Peever Jr. was seen, still in Lewis County, in the afternoon the next day on 05/13/2023. Direction of travel or possible destination(s) are unknown at this time.

Any information on the well being or location of Mr. Peever Jr. can be directed to the Lewis County Sheriff's Office -- Lt. Brad Lawson or Investigator Tony Grillo @ 931-796-5096 or Dispatch @ 931-796-3616



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Lawrence County Firefighters were dispatched to an accident involving a vehicle in a ditch filled with water.

Lawrence County Fire and Rescue released the following information and photos:

"For Immediate Release:
Date: May 13,2023
Subject: Motor Vehicle Crash Hwy 43 South

Just before 6:00 PM Lawrence County Fire Rescue units were dispatched to a report of a motor vehicle crash on Hwy 43 South in Leoma. Units from Leoma Station 8 and Centerpoint Station 4 responded to the incident.

First arriving units found a vehicle off the roadway on its side lying in a ditch filled with water. Personnel successfully extricated the trapped patient using hydraulic rescue tools after stabilizing the vehicle.

The patient was treated on scene by Lawrence County EMS then transported to a Level 1 Trauma Center via Air Evac Lifeteam. The roadway has been reopened. The incident is being investigated by the Tennessee Highway Patrol."


Giles County Fire and Rescue work with Ardmore Firefighters to extinguish blaze after signing automatic aid agreement.

Giles County Fire and Rescue released the following information and photos on Sunday:

"It’s been a busy few day for firefighters in Giles County. Several months ago GCFR signed an automatic aid agreement with Ardmore Fire & Rescue. This agreement has helped both agencies and really paid off yesterday.

Upon the 911 call to Giles County E911, dispatchers immediately dispatched both departments to a structure fire in southern Giles.

Ardmore Fire & Rescue arrived within minutes and went to work. GCFR units arrived several minutes later and worked with Ardmore Fire & Rescue to confine, control, and extinguish the blaze.

Giles County EMS supported operations by caring for our firefighters during rehab. Working to together to save live and protect property."



Lawrence County High School names Darrell Boston as the new Band Director of the Big Gold Machine.


Pulaski Coca-Cola bottling facility damaged in fire




Mount Pleasant Police share residence post regarding neighbors being robbed at gunpoint.

Mount Pleasant Police shared the following post from Robi Walton:

"Tuesday night around 5:47pm our next door neighbor was robbed at gunpoint in her garage by this guy driving this car. He parked in front of our house and cut across our yard timing it to be there when she got out of her car.

Thankfully, she was not hurt! If you recognize him or his car, call Deputy Corey Betts at the Sheriff’s Department at 931-388-5151 or his cell number on the card.

Always be aware of your surroundings. He followed her home from Kroger’s parking lot. Please pray for our friend to feel safe again without experiencing so much fear.
(The Ridge in Columbia…several have asked)



Tennessee Fire Department rescues woman and her puppy after falling down 15 ft hole.


The Decatur Tennessee Fire Department released the following information and photos:

"The Decatur Fire Department responded to the 1000 block of Peakland Road for mutual aid for Meigs County Emergency Services.

Units were requested to bring our man hole lift due to a resident falling into a well approximately 15 feet down. Units were able to lift the patient out of the hole with her puppy safely and quickly."



Wayne County Sheriff's Office says that protocol was followed after loud noise was heard within Collinwood Middle School.

According to Wayne County Sheriff's Office, "At approximately 7:45 am this morning, a loud noise was heard within Collinwood Middle School.

School staff immediately followed protocol according to their policy and procedures. Wayne County Sheriff’s Office SRO immediately notified dispatch and additional law enforcement personnel responded.

There was no threat found on the campus and normal school activities have resumed. Sheriff Shane Fisher commends the staff of Collinwood Middle School, Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, and Collinwood Police Department for their immediate response and diligence to assess the situation.

The source has not been found and the school is continuing to search for the issue.



Children’s author accused of murder allegedly had history of trying to poison husband


Lawrenceburg Police Department motor officer Josh McNeal continuing his training at the Music City motorcycle skill training in Bristol Tennessee.

This training was hosted by the Tennessee Highway Patrol. Officers across the US and Canada come together to train and advance their riding skills!



Tennessee Lottery announces $260,000 Jackpot winner sold in Waynesboro, Tennessee.

The Tennessee Lottery shared the following information on Monday:

"Congrats to the $260,000 Daily Tennessee Jackpot WINNER!

The winning ticket from Friday’s drawing was sold at Waynesboro Market in Waynesboro, TN. Help us congratulate the winning player below!"


As superstar Taylor Swift performs in Nashville, Tennessee this weekend Williamson County Sheriff's Office says one driver won't make it to the concert.

Williamson County Sheriff's Office shared the following photo and information regarding a speeding driver:

"Hey, if Taylor asks why this guy didn't make it to her concert tonight, let her know, "It's me! I'm the problem, it's me!"

If you're thinking of driving this fast through Williamson County too, just "shake it off!" Drive safely and have a great time!"



One Alabama mother is warning parents about vape that looks just like a highlighter.


Chavell May took to social media over the weekend to share concerns about how vapes can be hidden by their appearance.

May shared the following pictures and information on Sunday:

"Parents before yall send the kids to bed tonight, check their belongings for these vapes that look like highlighters! They're getting real creative and slick."



Breaking News: The TBI is currently investigating several hoax active shooter calls at high schools.


The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has shared the following information on Wednesday:


TBI is currently working with state and federal partners to determine the source of several hoax calls, placed to local law enforcement agencies, reporting an active shooter at several high schools in the state.

At this time, none of these reports has proven credible and there is no known immediate threat to public safety at this time.

We will provide any updates as they become available."
































































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