OCT 28, 2017 - Shred It Day - Accept no substitute for the real thing
October 28, 2017


Protect yourself, fight crime and be GREEN at the same time!!






Saturday, OCTOBER 28, 2017

9:00am- 1:00pm


Nissan Stadium, parking lots ‘B & D’

(Enter from Interstate Drive)



Take the first step in protecting yourself from identity theft crimes. Your old personal documents will be instantly destroyed by a Shred-it high speed, mobile, cross shredder.


All shredded material will be recycled so you will also help protect the environment!


All proceeds from your $5 per box donation will benefit Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc., a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, that is working with local law enforcement to solve serious crimes in your community. 

ALL DONATIONS GO DIRECTLY TO OUR REWARD FUND!  Receipts will be made available for your tax deductible donation. 


Nashville Crime Stoppers’ community partner for this great event is Shred-It, the world’s leading on-site document destruction company.  For information about Shred-It visit www.shredit.com






The improper use of prescription medication should be a concern to everyone.  Metro police officers will be on site to collect the prescription medications that you no longer need and we will properly dispose of them to protect our environment.





Metro Nashville Police Department’s Auto Theft Unit Offers VIN Etching:

The MNPD’s Auto Theft Unit will be teaming up with Crime Stoppers for VIN etching during this year’s event at LP Field.  These etchings will be performed free with a suggested $10 donation to Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc. 

VIN etching involves the use of acid to etch your vehicle identification number (VIN) into every window of your vehicle and is used as an anti-theft deterrent.  It not only provides law enforcement with easy access to your VIN in the unlikely event your car is stolen, it also provides identification of your car if it happens to be sold for parts.  For more information on the VIN etching, please contact the Auto Theft Unit, 862-7612 or 862-7609.








¡¡ Protéjase, lucha el crimen, y sea VERDE al mismo tiempo !!






Saturday, OCTOBER 28, 2017

9:00am- 1:00pm


Nissan Stadium, parking lots ‘B & D’

(Enter from Interstate Drive)


Tome el primer paso en la protección contra los delitos de robo de identidad.  Sus documentos personales viejos serán inmediatamente destruidos por un Shred-It de alta velocidad, móvil, trituradora.


¡Todo el material triturado se recicla y usted también ayudara al medio ambiente!


Todos los ingresos do los $5 por caja de donación beneficiara Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc., a 501 (C) 3 sin-fines-de-lucro organización que esta involucrada con las autoridades locales para resolver los graves delitos en su comunidad. ¡TODAS LAS DONACIONES VAN DIRECTAMENTE A NUESTRO FONDO de RECOMPENSA!  Recibos de su donación deducible de impuestos serán disponibles.


El socio comunitario de Nashville Crime Stoppers de este gran evento es Shred-It, el mundial líder de destrucción de documentos en sitio.  Para mas información acerca de Shred-It, visite www.shredit.com



El uso inapropiado de medicamentos con receta debe ser una preocupación para todos.  Los agentes de la policía metro estarán en el lugar para recoger los medicamentos por receta medica que ya no necesite y van adecuadamente disponerlos para proteger nuestro medio ambiente.


Metro Nashville Departamento de Policía Unidad de Robos de Autos ofrece VIN grabado:

La Unidad de Robos de Autos de MNPD se unirá con Crime Stoppers para grabar VIN’s durante la celebración este año en LP Field.  Estos Grabados serán hechos por una donación de $10 que beneficia al Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc.  La grabación de su AUTO es el uso de acido para grabar el VIN de su auto en cada ventana de su auto y es usado como un anti robo.  No solo da fácil acceso a su numero VIN si le roban el auto, también ayuda identificar su auto si por casualidad se vende para los componentes.  Para  más información sobre la grabación de VIN, hagan contacto con la Unidad de Robos de Autos, 862-7612 o 862-7609.


615-74-CRIME (615-742-7463) Se Habla Español

Mande Texto "CASH" y su mensaje a CRIMES (274637)




CrimeTracker Most Wanted Sex Offenders airs tomorrow 07/13/17 on Ch2 News
July 13, 2017

CrimeTracker: Most Wanted Sex Offenders airs Thursday on News 2

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – News 2 is partnering with law enforcement to spotlight sex offenders on the run in Middle Tennessee.

All day Thursday, News 2’s ongoing CrimeTracker reports continue with fugitives convicted of sex crimes wanted in your neighborhood.

With special reports airing in every newscast, CrimeTracker: Most Wanted Sex Offenders will examine new challenges authorities face as they work to keep tabs on offenders.

CrimeTracker: Most Wanted Sex Offenders begins Thursday at 4 a.m. on Good Morning Nashville and continues in each newscast.


Shred It Totals from April 18th event
April 22, 2015

  Thank you for making our last Saturday's Shred It fundraiser a success.  Despite the last minute change in our parking lot location, we persevered together and managed to have another great event thanks to YOU!

  We raised a total of $3,718 and all of that money goes directly to our reward fund.  Since our first event in April 2010 we have raised a total of $45,223 that has gone entirely to our reward fund.  By utilizing our Shred It partners to dispose of sensitive documents, we have shredded over 258,000 lbs of paper since our first Shred It Day; that works out to saving 1,295 trees. 

  Our MNPD's Auto Theft Unit also was on hand Saturday morning offering VIN etching.  The process of VIN etching involves the use of acid to etch small vehicle identification numbers into every window of the vehicle in order to assist being a theft deterrent.  And so far, Auto Theft has etched 70 vehicles.  All of the monies donated to the VIN etching program also went directly to our reward fund.

  We have recovered 924 lbs of prescription drugs utilizing our medication drop box.  By using this free service, together we can safely dispose of your old and unused medicines.  So please do not flush or pour medicine down the drain. 

  We'll see you next time in Fall 2015 for our next Shred It fundraiser.


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Metro Police Warn Nashvillians About Phone Scam
July 18, 2014

Metro Police Warn Nashvillians About Phone Scam


July 18, 2014




          Fraud Unit detectives are warning Nashvillians about a scam that has occurred at least three times in the past 36 hours in which a person with a foreign accent calls from what appears to be a police department phone number and tells the person they must pay money or face arrest.

          The Metro Nashville Police Department wants to make it very clear that these calls are absolutely false.  In one case, the man identified himself as Chief George Turner and told the victim that he was calling about a federal warrant.  No one from the Metro Police Department will ever call a citizen seeking payment of any kind.

          Anyone who receives such a call is encouraged to hang up and report it by calling the Emergency Communications Center at 862-8600.



MNPD Urges Motorists & Pedestrians to Watch Out for Each Other
June 03, 2014

June 3, 2014




          In an effort to raise awareness regarding pedestrian safety, the MNPD’s Traffic Section, which investigates fatal crashes, is urging motorists and pedestrians to watch out for each other.

     In 2013, fifteen pedestrians died in fatal collisions.  A contributing factor in six of those crashes was alcohol involvement on the part of the pedestrian.  In nine deaths, a contributing factor was pedestrian in the roadway.                                                    

          Safe pedestrian tips include:


Be Aware:

·        Be predictable. Follow the rules of the road and obey signs and signals.

·        Walk on sidewalks whenever they are available.

·        If there is no sidewalk, walk facing traffic and as far from traffic as possible.

·        Keep alert at all times-don’t be distracted by electronic devices.

·        Cross at crosswalks or intersections whenever possible.

·        Look for cars in all directions – including those turning left or right.

·        If a crosswalk or intersection is not available, locate a well-lit area, wait for a gap in traffic that allows you enough time to cross safely, and continue to watch for traffic as you cross.

Be Seen:

·        Never assume a driver sees you. Make eye contact with drivers as they approach.

·        Be visible at all times. Wear bright clothing during the day and reflective gear at night. Carry a flashlight.

·        Watch for cars entering or exiting driveways, or backing up in parking lots.


Arrive Alive:

·        Avoid alcohol and drugs when walking; they impair your abilities and judgment.


Tips for motorists include:


·        Look out for pedestrians everywhere, at all times. Safety is a shared responsibility.

·        Use extra caution when driving in hard-to-see conditions.

·        Slow down and be prepared to stop when entering a crosswalk.

·        Yield to pedestrians in crosswalks.

·        Stop a safe distance from the crosswalk to give other vehicles an opportunity to see the crossing pedestrians.

·        Never pass vehicles stopped at a crosswalk. There may be people crossing that you can’t see.

·        Never drive under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs.

·        Follow the speed limit.

·        Obey speed limits in school zones and wherever children are present.

·        Be extra cautious when backing up – pedestrians can move into your path.


Motorists are also urged to exercise caution with school out for the summer and the increased number of children playing outside.




2013 National Night Out Against Crime events in Nashville
August 06, 2013

Visit the following link to find out where an event is close to you.


National Night Out Against Crime 2013 - Tuesday, August 6, 2013

A link to the pdf list of events for August 6 is below




Crime Stoppers Tip leads to Burglary suspect arrest - Vine Street Wine & Spirits
July 10, 2013

July 10, 2013


          A tip to Crime Stoppers led to this afternoon’s arrest of Shane Owen, 40, who drove his pickup truck through the front door of Vine Street Wine & Spirits located at 493 Old Hickory Boulevard at 4:30 a.m. last Friday.

          During an interview with South Precinct Detective Phil Klarer, Owen admitted his involvement in the break-in.  After making entry, Owen grabbed several bottles of liquor from the shelves before jumping back in his vehicle and fleeing. 

          Owen, who is homeless, is charged with burglary.  He has previous convictions for assault, evading arrest and theft.  Owen is being held in lieu of $10,000 bond.



Serial Auto Burglary Suspect in Custody from Crime Stoppers Tip
June 21, 2013

June 21, 2013


          A Crime Stoppers tip led to this morning’s arrest of suspected serial vehicle burglar Tremale Wilson, 28, at a residence in the 4100 block of Ames Drive.  He is now charged with the following three break-ins (all occurred at parks):   


·        June 4th the victim parked her car at Centennial Park, 2500 West End Avenue. When she returned an hour later, her purse was taken from under the driver’s seat. 


·        May 25th the victim parked her car at the Beaman Park trail head, 5911 Old Hickory Boulevard, to go walking at 10 a.m.  When she returned her purse was missing from the rear passenger floor board.


·        May 28th the victim parked his car at Beaman Park, 4111 Little Marrowbone Road, to go jogging at 1:45 p.m.  When he returned his wallet, which had been placed in a pants pocket in the back seat, was taken.  


          In all three cases, a window was broken to gain access.  Wilson was also identified as the man who later used the victims’ credit cards to purchase electronics and clothing.          

          Wilson had been free on $5,500 bond stemming from his June 7th arrest for allegedly breaking into a woman’s car at Percy Warner Park last month.  The victim discovered her purse was missing from her vehicle when she returned. 

          Wilson is now charged with three counts of burglary of a motor vehicle, six counts of forgery and six counts of fraudulent use of a credit card.  Wilson, who has previous convictions for attempted aggravated kidnapping, domestic assault and drug possession, is being held in lieu of $57,000 bond.



Murder Suspect Santerius Lavender in Custody
June 18, 2013

June 18, 2013


            A Crime Stoppers tip led to today’s apprehension in Memphis of murder suspect Santerius Lavender, 24, who was wanted for the April 9th fatal shooting of Chad Allen Daniel on Hillside Avenue.

            Investigation by West Precinct detectives shows that Daniel, 33, was shot while in the front passenger seat of a Nissan Altima that had been driven to apartments at 1330 Hillside Avenue by his 26-year-old friend, who had arranged to make a drug buy from Lavender’s girlfriend, Bershia Edens.  The 26-year-old reported that as he approached Edens in a breezeway, a gunman, alleged to have been Lavender, appeared and demanded money.  The 26-year-old said he threw down his wallet and ran back to the Altima as the gunman followed.  He said that as he tried to pull away, shots were fired into the car and Daniel was struck.  The 26-year-old then drove to Wedgewood Avenue, where he noticed a police officer working a traffic assignment at Wedgewood & Beech.  He pulled over there and asked for help.  Daniel was already dead.

            Edens, 24, of 1330 Hillside Avenue, was jailed May 31st on a Davidson County Grand Jury indictment charging her with first-degree murder, especially aggravated robbery and aggravated robbery.  Lavender, who is being returned to Nashville from Memphis, faces the same charges.         



South Precinct Detectives Arrest Suspected Serial Burglar Jovany Garces & Wife from our TIP
June 13, 2013

June 13, 2013



          A tip to Crime Stoppers led to Wednesday’s arrest of suspected serial burglar Jovany Garces who is believed responsible for at least 10 business break-ins in the Nashville area since the first of the year.

          The Crime Stoppers tip came after the police department Tuesday night released surveillance images of the man who broke into Sally Beauty Supply at 55 E. Thompson Lane on June 6th and stole the safe.  Through further investigation, including an analysis of evidence found at the scene of Wednesday morning’s burglary at Twin Kegs Bar at 413 Thompson Lane that directly linked Garces to that case, an arrest warrant was issued.  South Precinct detectives and officers late Wednesday afternoon arrested Garces at his Linbar Drive apartment after finding him hiding inside a child’s closet.  A safe from one of the burglaries was found in the apartment’s master bedroom.  Garces was taken to General Hospital for treatment of an arm laceration apparently received in the Twin Kegs break-in and then to jail.

          Additional warrants were issued today charging Garces with the June 4th burglary of the same Twin Kegs location and the June 6th burglary of Sally Beauty Supply at 55 E. Thompson Lane.  Detectives believe Garces is also connected to the following burglaries:

·        Daniela’s Bar at 12 E. Thompson Lane on January 4th and June 3rd;

·        Bikini Beach Bar at 1297 Antioch Pike on June 5th;

·        Sally Beauty Supply at 3143 Lebanon Pike on June 6th;

·        Sally Beauty Supply at 78 White Bridge Road on June 8th;

·        Sally Beauty Supply at 5320 Mt. View Road on June 9th; and

·        Sally Beauty Supply at 4414 Lebanon Pike on June 10th.

          During an interview with Garces’ wife, Janitzia Amor, 37, detectives learned that she drove him to at least some of the burglary locations.  She was arrested this afternoon on three counts of burglary facilitation.



Gift Cards for Guns Initiative this Saturday - June 8th, 2013
June 08, 2013

June 5, 2013




          A reminder that the Gift Cards for Guns Initiative, during which Davidson County citizens can exchange unsafe and/or unwanted real firearms for $25 MAPCO gift cards, stylish Titans ball caps and vouchers for Predators tickets is Saturday from 8 a.m. to 12 noon at St. Luke Primitive Baptist Church, 135 Lewis Street.  Officers will be on hand to receive the weapons, no questions asked.

          Now that summer is here, the police department strongly urges parents, grandparents and other family members to check homes for unused, unwanted or inoperable firearms and help prevent them from falling into the hands of young people by exchanging them on Saturday.

          A special collection box will also be on site from 8 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday to receive outdated/unwanted prescription and over-the-counter medication.  Citizens are encouraged to safely dispose of medicines in this manner instead of throwing them into the trash or flushing pills down a commode.   

          Partners in this program include the Metropolitan Police Department, St. Luke Pastor Frank Stevenson and other Nashville clergy members, MAPCO, the Tennessee Titans, Nashville Predators, Crime Stoppers and the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office.

          During last summer’s Gift Cards for Guns Program, citizens exchanged a total of 156 guns for MAPCO gift cards.  The past three Gift Cards for Guns initiatives, in December 2011, June 2012 and November 2012, resulted in a total of 337 firearms being surrendered.


Photo Caption:  Pastor Frank Stevenson today joined Chief Steve Anderson, other Nashville clergy, District Attorney Torry Johnson, Juvenile Court Judge Sophia Crawford and Sheriff Daron Hall in urging citizens to take advantage of this Saturday’s Gift Cards for Guns offer.

Photo Caption:  Pastor Frank Stevenson today joined Chief Steve Anderson, other Nashville clergy, District Attorney Torry Johnson, Juvenile Court Judge Sophia Crawford and Sheriff Daron Hall in urging citizens to take advantage of this Saturday’s Gift Cards for Guns offer.



Heroes and Outlaws Spring Benefit
April 19, 2013

Heroes and Outlaws Spring Benefit

Presented By

Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc.

Friday, April 19th, 2013


4125 Whites Creek Pike Nashville, TN  37189


with Stephen Salyers, Jesse Lee & Special Guest


doors open at 5:30PM / Entertainment starts at 7:00PM / Live & Silent Auctions

$50 per ticket (General Admission includes two drinks, heavy hors d'oeuvres, live and silent auction, and the live entertainment)

Tickets Available at: Http://HeroesandOutlawsSpringBenefit.EventBrite.com

All proceeds benefit Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc

Nashville Crime Stoppers, Inc is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and donations are tax deductible.


Help 9-1-1 protect you and your family // Sign up today at Smart911.com
April 03, 2013

Help 9-1-1 protect you and your familyNashville Emergency Communications now offers a free service to help you when you call 9-1-1.  

Do you have a medical issue, a family member that is handicapped or has Alzheimer’s? Maybe you have small children in your home.

Signing up provides first responders information to help them assist you in an emergency. This information can include any valuable information you feel may be critical such as photos, medical issues and your current location for Police, Fire, and EMS to better locate and help you.  Smart 911 is 100% FREE and PRIVATE.


Sign up today at Smart911.com

video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EEc0591CIxg



South Nashville’s first-ever Gift Cards for Guns event was a strong success today Nov 17, 2012
November 17, 2012

November 17, 2012




          South Nashville’s first-ever Gift Cards for Guns event was a strong success today as citizens exchanged a total of 91 firearms (76 pistols, 1 sawed-off shotgun and 14 long guns) for $25 Dollar General gift cards.

          The gun turn-in program was held for four hours, 8 a.m.-12 noon, in the parking lot of Tusculum Hills Baptist Church, 4930 Nolensville Pike.  Sponsored by Metro Police, Dollar General, Tusculum Hills Pastor Wesley Baldwin, other Nashville clergy and Crime Stoppers, the Gift Cards for Guns program is designed to take unsafe and unwanted firearms out of Nashville’s neighborhoods.

          “As a result of today’s third Gift Cards for Guns initiative since last December, a total of 337 firearms are now off the streets and will not find their way back into neighborhoods where they might have fallen into the hands of a criminal or even a child,” Chief Steve Anderson said.  “Nashville is safer because of our partnership with outstanding businesses like Dollar General, ministers throughout the community and Crime Stoppers.”

          Citizens turned in 156 guns in June in exchange for MAPCO gift cards.  Ninety firearms were surrendered last December in exchange for Kroger gift cards.




First Photo:  Dollar General Vice President Steve Brophy (left) and Mayor Karl Dean (center) watch as Chief Steve Anderson examines a sawed-off shotgun turned in during today’s Gift Cards for Guns event.Dollar General VP Steve Brophy, Mayor Karl Dean, MNPD Chief Steve Anderson examine a sawed-off shotgunerson

Second Photo:  This pistol, concealed in the pages of a 1986 Nashville telephone book, is one of 74 handguns received during today’s four-hour program.

pistol, concealed in the pages of a 1986 Nashville telephone book


additional photo of weapons turned in


Suspect Identified in Carjacking of Cab Driver from Crime Stoppers Tip
November 16, 2012

November 16, 2012


          North Precinct detectives have sworn out an arrest warrant charging convicted burglar Douglas Maurice Siner with carjacking a Nashville cab driver at knifepoint on November 3rd

          Siner, 45, was developed as a suspect as the result of a Crime Stoppers tip that came in after video from the cab was released to the media on Wednesday.  The victim subsequently positively identified Siner from a photo lineup.

          Siner is alleged to have ridden in the cab from Dickerson Pike to Green Lane.  When informed of the $12 fare, the male driver reported that Siner pulled a knife, forced him out of the minivan, got behind the wheel and left.   The cab was recovered a short time later on Dickerson Pike at Broadmoor Drive.



2012 Nashville Night Out events
August 07, 2012

2012 National Night Out Against Crime events in Nashville

Visit the following link to find out where an event is close to you.


National Night Out Against Crime 2012 - join us Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Event Address Time
Baxter Heights Neighborhood Watch Group 3728 Hilltop Lane 6-8pm
Brentwood Trace 5700 Brentwood Trace 7-9pm
Capitol District State parking lot corner of Jefferson St and Rosa Parks 6-8pm
CE McGruder/Buena Vista CE McGruder Family Resource Center 5-8pm
CNAP/Hickory Hollow Parking lot across from Freeland Chavy 6-9pm
District 29 Night Out Against Crime Smith Springs C of C and Priest Lake Presbyterian 6pm-until
East Nashville NOAC 800 North 2nd Street 5-8pm
Edgefield Manor 525 Shelby Avenue 4-8pm
Edgehill/ONE Gernert Studio Apartments on Edgehill Avenue 3-7pm
Glendale Spanish Immersion Elementary 800 Thompson Avenue 6-8pm
Glengarry Park  Arlington United Methodist Church 1360 Murfreesboro Pike 6:30-8pm
Gold Key Neighborhood Watch Association Cumberland Elementary School 5-8pm
Gordon Memorial United Methodist Gordon Memorial United Methodist Church 6-8pm
Haynes Park  Haynes Court cul-de-sac 6:30-8pm
Haywood Elemetary Haywood Elementary School 5:30-6:30pm
HIP Donelson McGavock High School 6-8pm
Lake Park Homeowners Association Cul-De-Sac, Port Jamaica Ct 6-9pm
Madison-Rivergate Area Chamber of Commerce Madison Park, Shelter #1 5-7:30
Nations Neighborhood Association Inc Strike 'n' Spare 6-8:30pm
Neighbors Reaching Out Mt. Nebo Church 6-8pm
Old Hickory Area Chamber of Commerce Old Hickory Ball Field 5:30-8pm
Osage Neighborhood Watch  Fire Hall #1 1745 D.B. Todd 6-8pm
Parthenon Towers 301 28th Avenue North 4-8pm
Preston Taylor 3900 Clifton Road 4-8pm
Remington College Remington College - Nashville Campus 4-6pm
St.Luke AME Church 901 40th Avenue North 6-8pm
Starboard 301 Starboard Court 6:30-8pm
Sylvan Park McCabe Community Center  6-9pm
Traceside  210 Timberway Drive  6:30-8pm
Trimble Action Group Dudley Park 5:30-8pm
Waldkirch Neighbors 922 Waldkirch ave 5:30-7pm
Woodland-in-Waverly Neighborhood Assoc.,Inc 2009 White Ave 6-9pm

Mayor's Office of Neighborhoods
Metropolitan Courthouse
Nashville, TN 37201
Phone: (615) 862-6000
Fax: (615) 862-6001



Our new 2012 NISSAN TITAN Crime Stoppers Truck is here!
July 27, 2012

Nissan USA on July 27th formally presented Nashville Crime Stoppers with a brand new Titan pickup truck to help promote the Crime Stoppers message at community events, parades and the scenes of violent crime.

“The more ways we can publicize Crime Stoppers, the safer Nashville will be,” Chief Steve Anderson said. “I want to express the Metropolitan Police Department’s sincere appreciation to Nissan, which now calls Middle Tennessee home for its North American headquarters, as well as the independent Crime Stoppers Board of Directors for their strong support and community spirit.”

Over the past 29 years, citizen tips to Crime Stoppers have been directly responsible for solving more than 200 murders, more than 700 armed robberies and more than 300 burglaries. Those tips have also led to the apprehension of more than 4,000 fugitives.

Citizens with information on those responsible for criminal activity can contact Crime Stoppers anonymously at 74-CRIME. Persons can also send an electronic tip by texting the word “CASH” along with their message to 274637 (CRIMES) or by logging onto www.nashvillecrimestoppers.com. Callers to Crime Stoppers are eligible for cash rewards.

Pictured with Crime Stoppers’ new Nissan Titan pickup truck are (l-r) Crime Stoppers Board Member William Coleman, Nissan USA Vice President Dave Mazur, Chief Steve Anderson and Crime Stoppers Board Member Dwayne Duhon
Pictured with Crime Stoppers’ new Nissan Titan pickup truck are (l-r) Crime Stoppers Board Member William Coleman, Nissan USA Vice President Dave Mazur, Chief Steve Anderson and Crime Stoppers Board Member Dwayne Duhon.

Chief Steve Anderson speaks at a news conference

Nissan USA Vice President Dave Mazur speaks at a news conference
Chief Steve Anderson and Nissan USA Vice President Dave Mazur speak at a news conference announcing the donation of a new Titan pickup truck to Nashville Crime Stoppers.

Addtional photos from NISSAN TITAN Crime Stoppers Truck unveiling July 27, 2012



156 Firearms Turned In During Gift Cards for Guns Event
June 09, 2012

June 9th’s Gift Cards for Guns event was a major success as citizens exchanged a total of 156 firearms (104 pistols and 52 rifles & shotguns) for $50 MAPCO gift cards.

The gun turn-in was held for four hours, 8 a.m.-12 noon, at St. Luke Primitive Baptist Church, 135 Lewis Street. Sponsored by Metro Police, MAPCO, St. Luke Pastor Frank Stevenson, other Nashville clergy, Crime Stoppers and the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office, the program was designed to take unsafe and unwanted guns out of Nashville’s neighborhoods.

“Nashville is safer because of the Gift Cards for Guns Initiative,” Chief Steve Anderson said, noting that among the weapons surrendered were three sawed off shotguns and one sawed off rifle. “These are 156 firearms that will not find their way back into the community where they could perhaps fall into the hands of a child or a person up to no good.”

Mayor Karl Dean, MAPCO Vice President Tony McLarty and Chief Steve Anderson
Mayor Karl Dean, MAPCO Vice President Tony McLarty and Chief Steve Anderson examine a sawed off shotgun that was surrendered during the event.

These are some of the 156 firearms that were exchanged for $50 MAPCO Gift Cards.



New online tool from MNPD's Warrants Division
March 12, 2012

Warrants Division

          The Nashville Police Department’s Warrants Division has created an online tool to assist citizens in reporting persons wanted on outstanding criminal charges.

          Citizens who have knowledge of a wanted person’s whereabouts are urged to visit http://www.police.nashville.org/bureaus/investigative/warrants.asp  and click on the Report Wanted Criminals Online link. Citizens can access this information from computers or smart phones. Persons can also contact the Criminal Warrants Division at 862-7683.

          “Information provided by citizens plays an important role in removing wanted criminals from our neighborhoods,” Chief Steve Anderson said. “This new online tool is part of the police department’s continuing efforts to work closely with the community to enhance safety.”

          Citizens who contact the Warrants Division can remain anonymous. This new tool is in addition to Crime Stoppers. Citizens who contact Crime Stoppers by phone, text or Internet can remain anonymous and qualify for a cash reward.



Two separate Robbery Suspects Arrested from two separate tips to Crime Stoppers
December 14, 2011

December 14, 2011




          Investigation by East Precinct Detectives Rex Davenport and Warren Fleak led to the recent arrest of two Springfield men suspected in separate robberies.

          A tip to Crime Stoppers identified Dustin Wilson, as the person who on November 22nd robbed the Citgo at 500 Main Street.  During an interview, Wilson admitted to the hold up.  He is jailed on $150,000 bond. 

          In the second Crime Stoppers tip, convicted felon Mandricus Darden, is now charged in the October 26th armed robbery of Cash America Pawn at 801 Gallatin Avenue.  Darden, who has previous convictions for cocaine possession and unlawful weapon possession, remains jailed in lieu of $75,000 bond.

          Springfield Police Department detectives greatly assisted in these investigations.       



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