The Rutherford County Sheriffs Office needs the public's help in identifying a suspect who broke into the Last Stop Market located at 6858 Lascassas Pike. Surveillance cameras show the person kicking-in the front door at 1:01AM Monday morning, September 23, 2019.
Smyrna Police are asking for the public's help in identifying the person involved in this Wednesday morning break-in at Toot's in Smyrna.
More burglaries in the news for Rutherford County. The Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in their search for the possible suspects.
A 38-year old Carver Avenue man is facing six counts of burglary after an investigation by the Murfreesboro Police Criminal Investigations Division.
Four warrants out of Mobile, Alabama were served on a subject in Murfreesboro. The warrants were for aggravated burglary.
38 year old Larry Dale Rogers and 40 year old Donna Geanine Ramsey are charged with aggravated burglary and theft of property under $1,000.
Evidently, the homeowners were out of town when the first break in occurred, but little did the culprits know that the residents returned home after the first crime and installed security cameras.
Murfreesboro Police observed a man get into a white GMC Yukon parked behind an address on North Maple Street.
Arrests for Auto Burglary were made in the Hamptons Subdivision of Murfreesboro early Wednesday (5/23/18) morning.
Smyrna Police are investigating an early Thursday (11/16/2017) morning burglary at Guns N More on Sam Ridley Parkway.
Over 83-hundred dollars worth of chainsaws were stolen from Kelton's Hardware and Pets.
At least two vehicles were broken into outside of Gold's Gym on the Old Fort Parkway.
The Whitt's BBQ location on South Church Street was broken into over the weekend.
Surveillance video at the Rutherford County Courthouse shows a man breaking into the historic building early Sunday morning. The suspect is believed to be driving a newer model Volvo with a sunroof.
About 41 guns were stolen from unlocked cars or truck within the city limits of Murfreesboro in recent weeks.
Sunbelt Equipment Rentals off of South Church Street near I-24 was burglarized. The report was filed on Wednesday morning in Murfreesboro.
Murfreesboro Police are investigating the theft of over 99-thousand dollars worth of jewelry, electronics and cash from a home in the 28-hundred block of Schoolside Drive.
The subject climbed in a window and stole a single pack of cigarettes and cash that was left in the store after hours.
200 Pairs of shoes were stolen from a home on Elrod Street in Murfreesboro.
Barfield Elementary School had to be placed on a Code Yellow lock down Thursday after four home burglary suspects fled the long arm of the law.
It is everyone's nightmare to awake to someone inside their home... On Thursday morning around 1, a Murfreesboro couple heard someone inside their house.
A rash of auto burglaries have been reported in Murfreesboro in the Riverbend Drive area.
The young adult told police that he stole and later sold the items to purchase narcotics in nearby Anticoh.
Two of the three suspects Murfreesboro Police believe burglarized TC's Pawn on Mercury Boulevard are in custody.
Whitt's Barbeque on South Church Street in Murfreesboro was broken into early Wednesday morning or late Tuesday night.
A laptop computer belonging to the Tennessee Department of Corrections was stolen out of a car belonging to a department employee.
10 Counts of Vehicle Burglary is what a Murfreesboro man has been charged with, according to Murfreesboro Police.
Murfreesboro Police are investigating a burglary to the Camino Real on Northwest Broad.
Several Blackman area residents have reported their vehicles have been broken into and items taken.
Someone broke into an East Main Street church in Murfreesboro. The question now is, who broke into the house of worship?
Murfreesboro Police report a rash of vehicles being broken into on Destiny Drive, Journey Drive and Passage Drive - that's in the Halls Hill Pike area
Murfreesboro Police are investigating a burglary at the Verizon Wireless store on Old Fort Parkway, in front of Target.
A 39-year old Douglas Avenue man says he was robbed by three people, one claiming to be a police detective.
A 38-year old homeless man is arrested after allegedly stealing a vehicle from a home on Jose Way, which led to a crash and foot pursuit before being apprehended.
A 29-year old reality T.V. star is facing several charges after allegedly ransacking his girlfriend's home and forcing the victim to follow him.
A woman on North Spring Street in downtown Murfreesboro called the police after an unknown man wearing a blue cowboy hat knocked on her door asking for a ride.
Two young children who were home alone witnessed a burglar enter their Sycamore Circle residence and steal a flat screen TV, their video gaming system and a tablet computer...
A ring, valued at 15-thousand dollars, was among the many items taken during a home burglary on Higgins Lane. Murfreesboro Police Officer Cole Glass was called to the home, which is just off Rutherford Boulevard, Friday just before noon.
The back door of a home on Alexander Boulevard in Murfreesboro was shattered several days ago when unknown persons burglarized the residence.
Someone had to have witnessed something when burglars walked out of a Northfield condominium carrying a 55 inch flat screen TV.
Five people are being held in jails in Bedford and Rutherford County following a burglary ring that stole items in Coffee, Bedford, Rutherford and Williamson Counties.
A four county burglary ring is broken up by authorities across the mid-state, including Rutherford County.
The Rutherford County Sheriff's Department is investigating a home burglary that occurred over the weekend.
The hammer was left at the scene of the crime, according to Murfreesboro Police after someone tried to gain access to the McDonald's Restaurant safe.
A Norman Avenue man, who was wanted by authorities on ten warrants, has been arrested by Murfreesboro Police.
Three Gunnerson Drive residents reported that their vehicle had been burglarized, only to then, hours later, be arrested for a home burglary.
Someone knocked on the door and stated, "Maintenance." When the victim opened the door of his Aspen Heights Apartment he was met...
Travis Jones and two others were caught when they tried to drive away from the apartments. Inside their truck, police found crowbars and cutting pliers.
Two Rutherford County Sheriff's deputies followed their instincts during traffic stops that led to three suspects charged with burglarizing two businesses during the past four days.
Authorities have placed a special watch on a Riviera Drive home after a home was burglarized and a note threatening to kill the homeowner was left behind.
Three guns were stolen from a Winston Place home. Murfreesboro Police Officer Thomas Troutman reports speaking with the homeowner just before 7 o'clock Sunday night.
Someone broke into the Subway on Northwest Broad Street. Murfreesboro Police Officer Timothy Jensen responded to an alarm Sunday morning around 2 o'clock.
Sgt. Kyle Evans told WGNS, "At some point, they left to get equipment, including a cutting torch and reentered the business and tried to cut open an ATM inside."
A 24-year old Amherst Drive man has been charged with various drug, firearm and burglary charges. Daniel Lee Williams was arrested Thursday night around 11:30 after Murfreesboro Police received a call of an armed subject near Jackson Heights Plaza on Northwest Broad.
The break-ins occurred in multiple areas from Joe B. Jackson Parkway to local neighborhoods.
After arresting Dodson, they seized his BMW and over $200 in cash that was in his possession. Detectives also took possession of his cell phone and the stolen prescriptions.
Firearms, purses and laptop computers are being stolen from vehicles at recreational areas and homes throughout Rutherford County, sheriff's detectives said.
A 27-year old Manchester man has been arrested on kidnapping and aggravated sexual battery charges, among others, after an incident at the Vista Inn on Westgate Boulevard.
More car burglaries have been reported in Murfreesboro as more and more people continue to leave valuables out in the open.
Police say there was no damage to the car, which led authorities to believe the doors may have been accidentally left unlocked.
To make matters worse for the homeowner, the car that was parked in the garage was also taken in the burglary. The car was a 2002 Jaguar XT-3.
On appeal, the defendant insisted that the trial court's ruling in regards to his sentencing was "ambiguous at best and should be vacated." The courts did not see eye to eye with his argument and Grissom, who was homeless when the robbery occurred in 2012, will now have a bed to rest his head at night.
A good reminder to lock the doors to your home as a Kings Highway woman had her wallet stolen.
A masked man broke into the Discount Tobacco Outlet on South Church Street next to Bubba's Wine & Liquors on Wednesday morning.
Investigators believe he is connected to at least 18 commercial burglaries in Murfreesboro and possibly additional burglaries in Smyrna.
A South Highland Avenue woman is out of over 19-thousand dollars worth of jewelry and cash after being burglarized. Murfreesboro Police Officer Joshua Borel reports the 47-year old victim noticed a window in the back of the home had been pryed open Monday night around 11pm.
In one case, someone broke into the back door of a house on Douglas Avenue near Old Salem Road.
A Fortress Boulevard woman is out an iPad, several bags and clothes after her car was broken into in the parking lot of the Old Fort Wal-Mart.
Authorities are look for whoever broke into the Cato on South Rutherford Boulevard, taking cash, cutting the phone lines and damaging a metal door frame.
According to an arrest report, 25-year old Jason G. Moss of Murfreesboro was arrested and charged with theft over $1,000 and aggravated burglary.
Three large flat screen televisions and a Play Station were stolen from a home on Amsterdam Court in Murfreesboro.
Murfreesboro Police are asking for your help in identifying those responsible for a break-in at Old Fort Golf Course. Officer Amy Norville tells NewsRadio WGNS that on Friday at 3:44am, two people used a sledge hammer to break through the glass door to the office and attempted to gain access to the safe.
Smyrna Police are looking for a man thought to be involved in several burglaries in the Smyrna area. Police spokesman Bobby Gibson tells NewsRadio WGNS last Tuesday, the suspects stole credit cards and attempted to fraudulently use the cards in Columbia and Shelbyville.
There have been several auto burglaries in the Blackman area and the Rutherford County Sheriff's Department is asking for your help.
Murfreesboro Police are investigating an aggravated burglary of a St. Andrews Drive apartment, where several firearms and electronics were stolen.
A 20-year old Knoxville woman was arrested in Murfreesboro on Aggravated Burglary and Theft Charges.
A former midstate prep baseball standout has been arrested. Eighteen-year old Justus Sheffield of Tullahoma, was arrested Monday, charged with aggravated burglary and underage drinking.
The Phone Exchange on South Rutherford Boulevard was burglarized. Murfreesboro Police responded to the business Sunday morning around 2 after an alarm.
Murfreesboro Police are investigating a commercial burglary at China Spring on Middle Tennessee Boulevard, near Fred's. A burglary alarm was responded to by M-P-D Saturday morning just after 4am.
A Shoshone Place man faces a laundry list of charges after a Saturday domestic situation. The victim called Murfreesboro Police after she suspected the accused, Brandon Lee Rowlette, age 28, was inside her home.
A home in Murfreesboro was broken on Bradyville Pike and police are now looking into the burglary.
A call of three suspicious males looking into vehicles landed one man behind bars on Monday. 34-year old...
A local carpenter who was accused of breaking into a South Church Street business by cutting a hole into a wall has been arrested.
According to a police report, the thief stole a backpack containing a Turkish passport, sunglasses, a laptop computer and clothing.
A Beech Grove man has been arrested and charged with multiple burglaries that have occurred in the Hillsboro and Sears Roebuck Road areas.
A 55-year old resident of a Victory Gallop Lane home reported to Murfreesboro Police a burglary at her home.
A 62-year old Eagle Street man returned home from dialysis to find he had been broken into.
In a theft that will not be cheap to replace, unknown persons decided to cut the convertible top of a 2008 BMW 3-series to get to someone’s personal property.
Several homes were recently burglarized over the past 4-days in Murfreesboro. At one home, unknown subjects got away with about $10,000 worth of personal belongings.
The subject used the back door to exit the home and jumped into a small car after the theft and drove away.
A Murfreesboro man was caught red-handed after two burglaries on South East Broad Street and Barker Street. 29-Year old Antonio R. Nelson was spotted by M-P-D Detective Gorham...
Smyrna Police are asking for the public’s assistance in identifying a male suspect who can be seen on video at WGNSradio.com, breaking into the Kwik Sack Tobacco and Beer store at 543 Almaville Rd. In the video, the suspect appears to be in a red Chevrolet pick-up truck with a custom hood.
Another Murfreesboro business was broken into. This time, the Food Mart across from Bell Jewelers was hit by an unknown culprit who may have been caught on tape, according to a recently filed report.
Over the past 5-days, someone broke into a business on South Church Street called “Residential Services of Middle Tennessee.”
Thanks to an alert neighbor, Rutherford County Sheriff’s deputies quickly located and charged three suspects with breaking into a home Friday on Rock Hill Road near Bradyville Pike.
A Chariot Drive man had a 10-thousand dollar insulin pump stolen, along with his cellphone and key, while swimming at the General Bragg Trailhead.
Authorities are investigating a burglary at Copy Express on North Maple. The owner called police after opening the business just before 9 o'clock Tuesday morning.
An apartment on East Northfield Boulevard was burglarized this week. The homeowner, Steven Rose, told police he returned home just before midnight to discover someone had been in his apartment through a window.
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