A tractor trailer overturned on Swamp Leanna Road Wednesday morning, there were no injuries, but diesel fuel began leaking into a nearyby creek. A team response involving most Rutherford County emergency agencies saved the day!
An upcoming trial before Judge David Bragg will focus on the shooting death of Jessie Buford of Murfreesboro.
After more than 40-years of service to this community, Clyde Adkison retired Friday from the Murfreesboro Police Department.
The administrative and alarm offices of the Murfreesboro Police Department were closed Tuesday and will reopen Wednesday in the new headquarters building.
The 20-year old man accused of shooting and killing 23 year old Jessie Buford at Student Quarters Apartments will head to trial on July 9, 2018 in Rutherford County.
NewsRadio WGNS looks at the POLICE BEAT--real people, real stories from your city's streets. Here's what officers have been doing for the past few days here in Murfreesboro.
Working in conjunction with the Shelbyville Police Department, the Murfreesboro Police Special Investigations Division recently investigated complaints of possible prostitution at local massage businesses.
The Violent Crimes Unit of the Murfreesboro Police department has issued a BOLO for 35-year old Nicholas Matthew Lee.
Murfreesboro Police Chief James "Karl" Durr submitted his resignation. The resignation was accepted by City Manager Rob Lyons Thursday (October 19th).
The Murfreesboro Police Department is continuing its efforts to reduce traffic crashes on Murfreesboro streets
Murfreesboro Fire Rescue Department and Murfreesboro Police Department will "go to bat" Saturday, June 17th in a friendly competition to raise money for a good cause.
The 20-year old man accused of shooting and killing another man at Student Quarters Apartments appears in court.
Murfreesboro Police are looking for the person who robbed a Murfreesboro Rite Aid.
The murder case of Jesse Buford will head to court this month for a preliminary hearing. Buford was found dead at the Student Quarters Apartment complex this past May.
Murfreesboro Police are investigating a serious crash, which resulted in injury. One person was flown by LifeFlight to Vanderbilt Medical Center while two others were taken there by ambulance after the Sunday afternoon accident.
The sounds of a busy city seemed to have been silenced when a bell started to troll at exactly 9:00 o'clock Thursday morning, May 19th. It was Rutherford County's "Peace Officers Memorial Day Ceremony" on the Civic Plaza in front of the Murfreesboro City Hall.
A 22-year old Gunnerson Avenue man is behind bars after being arrested by Murfreesboro Police following a disturbance call.
A 62-year old Murfreesboro man was robbed at gunpoint in the parking lot of Wal-Mart on Old Fort Parkway.
A 45-year old Wenlon Drive man was robbed at knifepoint trying to buy Lortab pills.
Murfreesboro Police are investigating two separate incidents of shots fired.
A 23-year old Antioch man was shot in the leg after an incident in the 23-hundred block of North Tennessee Boulevard.
The 27-year old man who led Murfreesboro Police on a chase after a domestic violence call at Regal Inn on South Church this past March will be in court on Wednesday (April 6, 2016).
A routine traffic stop by Murfreesboro Police uncovers a 20-year old Castleview Drive man, wanted on a sealed indictment. In a separate incident, Elliot Dumas of Hunt Street was taken into custody after an officer, patrolling in the South University Street area, made contact
The City of Murfreesboro Police Department and the Parks and Recreation Department are working together to increase awareness of park safety.
Murfreesboro City Manager Rob Lyons named James "Karl" Durr as the new Chief of Police, replacing retired Chief Glenn Chrisman.
Shots were fired outside the home of Rutherford County Sheriff Robert Arnold.
Two Dick's Sporting Goods gift cards, valued at five-hundred bucks, were stolen from the Medical Center Parkway retailer.
Murfreesboro Police Officers and Detectives recently participated in the American Cancer Society's "No Shave November".
A 29-year old Mercury Boulevard man has been indicted by the Rutherford County Grand Jury on various charges, including sexual exploitation of a minor. Sean Lovett is alleged to have asked a 15-year old boy to send him nude photos of a 14-year old girl in Washington state the teen boy received.
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