The increase in background check requests in Tennessee aligns with national trends during the pandemic. TBI processed 14,657 transactions between Thursday, March 12th and Monday, March 16th. During the comparable five-day period, February 13th through February 17th, TBI processed 7,901 transactions. Stores like Bullseye Pawn and Gun in Murfreesboro, TN seem to be well stocked, but the line to get in may take 10 to 15 minutes...
It was confirmed to be non-functioning, and the student says he brought it to school to repair it during STEM class.
A Murfreesboro woman was shot in Nashville on the 4th of July, but didn't realize she had been hit by a bullet until the following day.
It was quite the scare for tourist and residents in downtown Nashville this past Thursday night.
A gun stolen from a recent Rutherford County gun store burglary has been recovered in the Nashville area.
A Republican-led House committee has voted down legislation to let Tennessee handgun permit holders bring guns most places, including hospitals and professional sports arenas.
The report, "Firearm Violence in Tennessee: 2013-2016," utilizes data submitted by the state's law enforcement agencies through the Tennessee Incident Based Reporting System (TIBRS). Among the report's findings:
People with state-issued handgun carry permits will be allowed to be armed within Tennessee's new legislative office complex.
Murfreesboro Police headed to a home on Fowler Street in recent days where they conducted a "Knock and Talk" with a resident. Evidently, police wanted to speak to 19-year-old Ladayshi D. Gates about stolen property.
In Murfreesboro, a young man who was playing a video game in his apartment had his AR-15 in his lap when he got a little too excited. Sgt. Kyle Evans explains...
A 27-year-old Murfreesboro man was shot in the forearm this past Friday (8/04/2017). The incident occurred in the 300 block of South Bilbro Avenue.
Authorities responded to a call at Campus Villa Apartments on Greenland Drive early Thursday (7/27/17) morning in regards to a shots fired situation.
A Smith & Wesson handgun was found in the yard of a home on NYU Place in Murfreesboro.
If you left your gun in the men's dressing room at Sears in Stones River Mall, Murfreesboro Police have it now.
The AK-47 rifle was evidently in the trunk of the car when stolen.
A 17-year old male Riverdale student was found in possession of an unloaded 380-caliber handgun and ammunition. The incident unfolded Wednesday morning.
A 40 year old Murfreesboro woman was busy putting up her Christmas Tree up when bullets pierced the evening air and shattered her windows.
Murfreesboro Police were called to the Student Quarters Apartment complex on South Rutherford Boulevard Wednesday (11/30/16) night in response to gunshots being heard.
The principal at LaVergne High School has notified parents about a handgun being confiscated on campus Friday afternoon.
A few concerned citizens and parents of students at Siegel High met to pray over the school.
Siegel High School was on lockdown while Rutherford County Sheriff's SRO's investigated a gun on campus.
Murfreesboro Police are investigating an abandoned vehicle on Medical Center Parkway, which had a stolen gun, cell phones and cell phone parts inside.
An East State Street man has been accused of pulling a gun on two women in a Murfreesboro parking lot. The incident occurred on Wednesday in the parking lot of Chedders Restaurant.
An 18-year old Old Lascassas Pike man is in jail after being arrested on drug charges and for having a gun while in possession of drugs.
Murfreesboro Police, responding to gunfire in the 800 block of Lee Street, arrested two individuals. Officers Palmer Gibbs and Westley Hall report responding to a large party on Lee Street, near Roberts Street Friday night around 8:30.
A 26-year old Smyrna man was arrested after allegedly making threats with a gun outside a Stones River Mall store.
More gun fire and bullets found on Wenlon Drive. Murfreesboro Police Officer David LaDouceur reports being called to the Vie at Murfreesboro apartments Sunday morning around 3:15.
The Riverdale student who was charged with possessing a handgun on school grounds earlier this month now finds himself in more trouble after another incident.
A tip from a student led to the search of another student at Stewarts Creek High School. Law enforcement and school administration found a loaded handgun in the student's back pack Thursday morning.
WGNS has more news on a gun that was supposedly seen at a Blackman High School in Murfreesboro earlier this month (Jan., 2016).
Police found a sawed off shotgun, a bullet proof vest, ammunition, digital scales, over a pound of marijuana and a synthetic drug known as Molly.
Tennessee Gov. Bill Haslam, along with Adjutant General Max Haston and Safety and Homeland Security Commissioner Bill Gibbons, announced today temporary security measures and an accelerated handgun carry permit process for members of the military.
An unknown subject opened fire in a residential area of downtown Murfreesboro on Wednesday night.
A man in Anaheim, California called police in Murfreesboro to report what he believes to be a scam. The incident is over money orders and guns.
The TBI then contacted Murfreesboro Police who headed to the store in question. Police made arrived and spoke to DeForrest and quickly placed him in handcuffs.
Earlier this week, The National Rifle Association (NRA) posted their candidate ratings for the Tennessee House of Representatives.
A 35-year old woman at a local apartment complex called the police after she says her neighbor pulled a gun on her. The incident was reported on Tuesday at Saddlebrook Apartments.
A previously arrested suspect who allegedly ran from Murfreesboro Detectives during a traffic stop now faces an additional charge after a nearby witness saw him drop a handgun while fleeing.
UPDATE on GUN RAFFLE: The Joe Carr for Senate campaign today announced that over 30,000 people have shown their support for the 2nd Amendment by signing up for a chance to win a Beretta 92A1.
Additionally, the poll measured attitudes toward abortion, further restricting access to pseudoephedrine, allowing grocery stores to sell wine, and repealing the new federal healthcare law.
The Tennessee Firearms Association today expressed disappointment in Governor Haslam's continuing anti-Second Amendment rhetoric regarding the upcoming guns-in-parks bill pending in the Tennessee Legislature.
A convicted felon was arrested in Murfreesboro when police found two guns that appeared to be hidden in a laundry basket wrapped in clothing in his home.
An man, claiming to be a cop, forced his way into a Bentley Street home here in Murfreesboro early this (Monday) morning. The victim, Shakista Davis, told authorities she woke up around 2:30am to someone kicking in the front door to the home.
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