Trenton Police Department

  • Agency: Trenton Police Department
  • Address: 309 South College- St, Trenton, 38382 TN
  • Chief: William Sanders (Chief of Police)
Phone: 731-855-2013

Trenton Police Department is located at 309 South College- St, Trenton, 38382 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is William Sanders. The Trenton Police Department phone number is 731-855-2013.

Trenton Police Department News

New items for sale on GovDeals from Trenton Police Department.

Please be careful driving around town tonight...

This album contains photos of individuals who currently have an active warrant for their arrest at the Trenton Police Department. You can click on the photo to view more information about the individual. If anyone knows the whereabouts of any individual featured in the album please contact the Trenton Police Department at 731-855-1413 or contact your local Law Enforcement Agency. These photos are in order by date, the most recent to the oldest. All warrants are to be confirmed before an arrest is made. All individuals in this album are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.

A huge thank you to Mrs. Jenell McComb Burress for the delicious spaghetti supper and cakes. We truly appreciate all you do for us! Thank you for your support!

Last week Gibson Co. Farm Bureau donated water & paper products. Pizza Hut, Pizza Pro at Food Rite & Rosatos all here in Trenton donated pizza, and the Trenton Gazette gave us a cake. A HUGE thank you to all these businesses for your thoughtfulness and for your support of law enforcement!

Tonight Miss Erika Lowery MAR USA National Ambassador visited us at Trenton Music on the Square to get fingerprints done with a Child I.D. Kit. She is such a lovely young lady!

All this week Lt. Wilson has gone to Trenton Elementary School to speak with the children about bicycle safety. The students were allowed to bring their bikes on selected days to ride for about an hour and Lt. Wilson joined them during their ride. Thank you TES for letting us be a part of Bicycle Safety Week 2017!

Don’t forget to come out to Music on the Square tonight!

Seems like something we in TN law enforcement could help with. .... Looking for some help. Officer Mitch Kelchen was killed in a horrible accident on Labor Day weekend. His oldest son is in 7th grade and collected a bunch of business cards from officers all across the state. His son took the business cards to school to show his friends because he was so proud of them. I guess a bully grabbed them from him and ripped them all up. I spoke with Mitch's wife before posting this and she was ok with it. She doesn't want me to mention the kid, or the school that is involved. She doesn't want anyone to contact the school as she is taking care of it. I'm just seeing if anyone would be interested in mailing their business card, or collecting business cards at their dept to send to him. Mitch was a great father and husband and would drop anything to help someone, even a stranger. Thank you. Sends cards to Manchester Police Department 208 E Main Street Manchester, IA 52057 Att: Officer Comer

One vehicle crash at Bradford Hwy (Hwy 54) and 45 Bypass. The victim is being transported by helicopter to the hospital. The crash is being investigated as a possible DUI by the Trenton Police Department.

The Trenton Police Department has identified the white male involved in the theft. A warrant has been issued for Bryan Horne for theft. Thank you to all the anonymous tips we received. Anyone with information on the location of Horne is asked to contact the Police Department at 731-855-1413. Bryan if you read this please turn yourself in. It will be much easier on you.

***Update*** This is an update to a post on September 12th. On September 8th a white male was caught on camera shoplifting from a local business. These photos are of the same individual in the store the previous day. The female in the picture was with the suspect. Anyone with information on the identity of either person is asked to call the Trenton Police Department at 731-855-1413 or send us a message through Facebook.