Millersville Police Department

  • Agency: Millersville Police Department
  • Address: 1246 Louisville Hwy, Millersville, 37072 TN
  • Chief: Ronnie Williams (Chief of Police)

Millersville Police Department is located at 1246 Louisville Hwy, Millersville, 37072 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Ronnie Williams. The Millersville Police Department phone number is (615) 859-2758.

Millersville Police Department News

We're very proud of all the kids at Millersville Elementary School!

PRESS RELEASE (615) 859-2758 Type of Incident: Rape of a Child Date: 04/05/2018 Incident Case Number: 18-0300 Suspect: Juan N Mendez (59 Years) Prepared by: Lieutenant Dustin Carr For Immediate Release Narrative: On 04/02/18 Millersville Police began an investigation into allegations of child rape. During the course of the investigation, Juan N Mendez admitted to sexually assaulting a 5-year-old child numerous times over the past 6 months. Mr. Mendez told law enforcement that over the past 20 years he has had multiple victims. Detectives are currently trying to identify additional victims and are asking anyone with information to contact Millersville Police by calling 615-859-2758. On 04/04/18, Mr. Mendez was charged with five counts of rape of a child and is currently in the Sumner County Jail on a $500,000.00 bond.

THE MILLERSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT Says Thumbs Down to Texting & Driving The Millersville Police Department will be partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) to promote the fourth annual Thumbs Down to Texting and Driving campaign during the month of April. April is nationally recognized as Distracted Driving Awareness Month. Agencies participate in the campaign by promoting safe driving habits and increasing awareness about the dangers of distracted driving. Throughout April, the THSO will use #ThumbsDownTN to promote the campaign via social media. “Driver’s should be focused on the task of driving and remain alert at all times. The time you take to read or send a message could cost you everything ,” said Corporal Josh Barnes. In 2017, there were 24,781 traffic crashes statewide where distracted driving was a contributing factor, according to the Tennessee Integrated Traffic Analysis Network (TITAN). Of those crashes, 120 were fatal. “Texting and driving is a serious issue,” said THSO Director Vic Donoho. “The slightest distraction could lead to a fatal crash. We caution all drivers to remain focused and alert at all times. The THSO and law enforcement partners are cracking down on distracted driving in our shared mission to Drive to Zero Fatalities across Tennessee.” For more information, or to learn more about texting and driving, visit

***STOLEN MOTORCYCLE*** On 03/07/18 between 6:00pm and 8:30pm, the motorcycle pictured was stolen from Mansker Dr. off of Williamson Rd. in Millersville. The tag on the motorcycle is Tennessee 363ZE6.There is green duct tape on the left fairing of the motorcycle and the mirrors have been removed. Anyone with information please contact Millersville Police.

We have had 3 reports of vehicles that were entered last night in the Williamson Road area. If your vehicle was broken into please report it to police by calling 615-859-2758.

**UPDATE** The suspect has been identified. On Monday the 26th day of February 2018, an aggravated burglary occurred at the Holiday Rest Motel. An unidentified female (pictured) and an unidentified Hispanic male suspect left the location driving a tan four-door sedan with a sunroof. Millersville Police is concerned about the welfare of the unknown female. Anyone that can help identify the female or anyone with information regarding this crime is urged contact Millersville police by calling 615-859-2758.

THE MILLERSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT ANNOUNCES SAFE CAMPAIGN PARTICIPATION The Millersville Police Department is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) for its fifth annual Seatbelts Are For Everyone (SAFE) campaign. This statewide initiative is designed to increase seatbelt usage and child passenger safety restraint usage through the implementation of occupant-protection programs, public events, and checkpoints throughout local communities across Tennessee. The SAFE campaign begins February 1, 2018, and concludes August 1, 2018. “We would like to remind everyone that seatbelt’s do save lives. Don’t just buckle up because it’s the law, buckle up because your loved ones count on you to come home safely,” said Corporal Josh Barnes. 2018 will be the fifth year that the THSO has sponsored the SAFE campaign. Last year yielded the following results: • 1,480 child restraint violations • 16,571 seat belt citations • 835 other seat belt enforcement activities “In 2016, Tennessee’s average seatbelt usage rate was 88.95 percent,” said THSO Director Vic Donoho. “Last year, the state’s usage rate decreased to 88.51 percent. Our goal this year is to achieve 100 percent seatbelt usage across Tennessee through the SAFE campaign and other occupant-protection initiatives.” In Tennessee, a disproportionate percentage of unrestrained fatalities tend to occur between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 5:59 a.m. Historically, approximately fifty percent of Tennessee’s traffic fatalities are unbelted. That percentage increases to nearly sixty when nighttime crashes are examined. Therefore, participating agencies will focus special attention toward nighttime seatbelt enforcement during the SAFE campaign this year. For more information about the THSO, please visit

The roadways this early morning. Be careful traveling today.

If anyone knows of any families with children in the City of Millersville that really needs help with gifts for the Holidays. Please send us a message with your name and contact information if you know of any children in need.

Congratulations to Detective Don Long for receiving Officer of the Year at tonight's Christmas Banquet!

THE MILLERSVILLE POLICE DEPARTMENT WILL INCREASE IMPAIRED-DRIVING ENFORCEMENT DURING HOLIDAY SEASON Millersville, Tennessee – The Millersville Police Department is partnering with the Tennessee Highway Safety Office (THSO) to increase impaired-driving enforcement from December 13 - 31, surrounding the holiday season. The THSO’s statewide Booze It and Lose It campaign is part of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration’s Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over nationwide mobilization. We will Increase patrol efforts to watch for impaired and unsafe drivers on I-65, Hwy 31W and Hwy 257. “Too often the joy of the holidays are shattered with tragedy of vehicle accidents and fatalities, please remember to drive safely and always buckle up,” said Corporal Josh Barnes. Increased state and national messaging about the dangers of drunk driving, coupled with increased sobriety checkpoints and high visibility enforcement, aim to drastically reduce the number of drunk-driving crashes, injuries, and fatalities this year. “We ask all Tennesseans to please drive safely this holiday season,” said THSO Director Vic Donoho. “In December 2016, more than 500 traffic crashes statewide involved a drunk driver. Our state and local law enforcement partners will be out in full force to secure Tennessee roadways. We want everyone to make it home safely, so please designate a sober driver.” The consequences of a single DUI conviction for a first-time offender in the state of Tennessee may include costly fines, court costs, legal fees, jail time, mandatory drug and alcohol treatment, and/or the installation of an ignition interlock device in his/her vehicle. The THSO provides grant funding to support The Millersville Police Department’s increased enforcement efforts during the Booze It and Lose It holiday campaign. For more information about the THSO, please visit

Several of our officers participated in firearms training today. Here are a few pictures from our training.

Thank you @CanonUSA for sponsoring @MissingKids and donating products to assist law enforcement in keeping children safe! Millersville Police will use the newly donated items to assist with cases involving missing children including the search for Zaylee Grace Fryar. Three- month-old Zaylee disappeared with her mother, Shauna Marie Fryar, from Millersville, Tennessee on May 1st, 2011. On May 6th, 2011 Shauna’s body was recovered from the Cumberland River in Nashville, TN. Zaylee has not been found. Anyone with information is asked to contact police. #TeamCanon #NCMEC

The Millersville Police Department and Millersville City Hall is experiencing technical difficulties with our phone lines at the moment. If you need anything police related call Sumner County ECC at 615-451-3838.

The City of Millersville is accepting applications for a full-time State Certified Police Officer. Please check out the link or call the Millersville Police Department for more information.

Keep Your Vehicle Protected from Theft with These 7 Tips Having your vehicle or items within it stolen can be a great disruption to your life that would result in you having to file insurance claims, replace broken windows, file police reports, and possibly even having to replace the vehicle and the contents in it. Here are some tips that will help prevent your vehicle from being targeted for theft. These methods are not fail proof, but your vehicle is one of your most expensive properties, so it’s better safe than sorry. 1. Use common sense Mostly the vehicles that get stolen are the ones that have keys left in the ignition, don’t have their doors locked, or windows fully closed. If you want to keep your vehicle protected from theft, then these are a few common sense mistakes you must avoid. 2. Keep your valuables hidden Keeping valuables in plain view in your vehicle drastically increases the chances of it being stolen and even if the criminal doesn’t steal your entire vehicle, you could lose a lot. When a criminal sees valuables such as wallets, phones, sports equipment, etc. in a car, their desirability of theft increases and he/she is likely to smash your car’s windows to gain access and steal it. That’s why it is recommended that you keep all your valuables hidden when you park your vehicle. 3. Park in a well-lit area It has been proven that vehicles parked in well-lit areas have a lower probability of being stolen. And even if the vehicle gets stolen from such area, there could be people around that would become valuable witnesses and help you when filing a police report. 4. Never hide a second set of car keys in the vehicle This is also a common mistake many car owners make. When a thief enters your vehicle they generally do a detailed search for valuables and if you have hidden a second set of car keys in your vehicle, it will eventually be found which will make the job of the thief easier. 5. Replace T-shaped door locks with straight locks The T-shaped locks will help car thieves steal your vehicle quickly as they are vulnerable to a variety of tools they use. That’s why it is recommended that you replace them with straight locks to decrease the chances of your vehicle being stolen. 6. Install a 2-way car alarm system A 2-way car alarm system is very useful when it comes to preventing a car theft because it will alert your phone or wireless remote if someone breaks into your car. That will give you a chance to instantly call the police. Furthermore, you can also prevent car theft by installing a starter disabler. 7. Use emergency brake when you park Not all car thieves steal cars by driving; some do it by actually towing them away. You can prevent this if you use the emergency brake and turn your wheels to the side when you park. This will make it extremely difficult for thieves to tow your vehicle.

For those of you who do not have CODE RED NOTIFICATIONS; yes, Millersville Police is currently on a man hunt. We are looking for a black male approximately 6 foot tall and 200 pounds, last seen wearing a white tank top, black cargo shorts and tennis shoes. ***** This subject is considered armed and dangerous!!!! Do not approach! Do not attempt to apprehend! ***** Please do not call Millersville police department unless you have a sighting or suspect a sighting of this individual. Millersville Police Department can be reached at 615-859-2758

Here is a copy of the city ordinance for fireworks in the City of Millersville. Thank you for everyones cooperation. We wish everybody a safe and happy Fourth of July! Sec. 34-101. - Use restricted. It is hereby declared unlawful and a violation of this article for any individual to use within the city any pyrotechnics commonly known as fireworks, other than the permissible items set forth in T.C.A. § 68-22-108 and other than during dates and times provided in this section. The permissible items may be used on the following dates and times: (1) July 3 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. (2) July 4 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 a.m. (midnight). (3) July 5 between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 10:00 p.m. (4) On the first Saturday following the 4th of July between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 a.m. (midnight). (5) Beginning at 9:00 a.m. on December 31 and continuing until 1:00 a.m. on January 1. (6) The Millersville City Commission may, by resolution, temporarily amend the dates and times for permissible use of fireworks for special events or to coincide with local, state or national observances of holidays.

If you know the identity of the suspect you are urged to call 615-859-2758.