A woman in Rutherford County allegedly made a threat to someone about "Blowing up DCS." The threat came shortly after children were removed from the custody of the 37 year old suspect.
The Shelbyville Police Department Criminal Investigations Division has completed its investigation into the recent bomb threats received by the Bedford County Clerk's office on January 19th and the Court Clerk's office on January 31st.
In nearby Coffee County, a social media threat toward Coffee County High School was investigated.
A special agent with the United States Secret Service contacted Murfreesboro Police in regards to a Facebook post that was on the official White House Facebook page.
A bomb threat reported at Patterson Park Community Center in Murfreesboro led to the building being evacuated on Monday (5/1/17).
A Murfreesboro teenager with a specialized implanted hearing aid was verbally assaulted and threatened at gun point on Tuesday morning.
Around 5:10pm Thursday (1/26/17) evening, the Walmart on S. Rutherford Blvd. received a bomb threat.
The Murfreesboro Water and Sewer Department was the recent victim of a threat. Apparently, the threat was made by an 80 year old customer.
Murfreesboro Police responded to Murfreesboro Medical Clinic on Tuesday morning around 9:45 in response to a patient making a threat.
The police report shows that the man is accused of stating, "I'm just gonna' come shoot up the office then."
In neighboring Cannon County, authorities have confirmed classes will be canceled Friday. This after a brief lockdown on Thursday.
An Alexandria, Tennessee man has been accused of calling the Social Security Office in Murfreesboro and threatening to shoot workers inside...
The owner of Cell Tone Plus on Northwest Broad reports to Murfreesboro Police an irate customer threatened to "shoot him in the face and blow up your store."
A Murfreesboro man was arrested at the Old Fort Parkway Walmart store Wednesday morning on numerous charges. Robert Dunn, age 25, allegedly shouted at police after he spotted the officer before they spotted him.
What is odd about the threat is that it was called into the Rutherford County Sheriff’s Office Warrants Division and not into the actual company, nor was it called into the City of Murfreesboro Police Department by the person making the threat.
To keep warm air in and cold air out in winter months, most of us strive to keep every door and window tightly closed. While that may help reduce heating bills, it may also increase the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.
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