Lebanon Police Department

  • Agency: Lebanon Police Department
  • Address: 406 Tennessee BLVD, Lebanon, 37087 TN
  • Chief: Billy Weeks (Chief of Police)
Phone: 615-444-2323
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Lebanon Police Department is located at 406 Tennessee BLVD, Lebanon, 37087 TN. The Chief of Police of the department is Billy Weeks. The Lebanon Police Department phone number is 615-444-2323.

Lebanon Police Department News

It’s recertification day at ESU. Our LPD/WCSO joint task force is re-certifying for Clandestine Lab Investigation. WEMA is also on location, training in encapsulated level A suits, simulating decontamination measures.

From the Criminal Investigation Division: On 11/6/2017 at approximately 1:15 AM, Lebanon Police responded to a burglary at a local convenience store. Upon arrival, Officers found that the front door of the store had been damaged and several items were taken from the store. A review of the surveillance video showed that a vehicle was used to ram the front door so the thieves could make entry. The video showed three subjects enter the store. One was a heavy set male, one was a medium sized male, and the other was a heavy set white female. The female appears to have a tattoo on her upper back near the right shoulder. The subjects were driving a maroon colored 4 door sedan. There should be damage to the rear bumper area and a broken taillight. Lebanon Police are asking for help identifying these subjects. If you have information that could help identify those involved in this crime, please contact Detective Eugene McGee at 615-453-4392 or emcgee@lebanontn.org

2017 Criminal Justice Regional Competition, Spring Hill, TN We represented well at this year’s CJ Regionals. Nine schools competed today. Lebanon High School results: 1st Place - Crime Scene Investigation 2nd Place-Field Sobriety 2nd Place-Trivia 3rd Place-Unknown Response 3rd Place-Team Overall Excellent job JD Lakeman and Team LHS!

It was an epic Battle of the Badges Football event this weekend. Team Blue took a humbling loss from Team Red, but everyone had a great time, for a great cause. Thank you everyone who participated, volunteered, or came out to support. Hopefully there will be as many smiles of joy on childrens faces this Christmas as there were being shared during this event. #TackleForTots

In the world of sports, the measure of success often is determined by the score. In tonight‘s first round of high school football playoffs, that success wasn’t measured by the score on the board, but the last score of the game. Our Blue Devils, down 42-0, had less than 6 seconds to attempt to score and walk away without being shut out. #91, Ashton Fidler, a Senior, and Special Needs student player, took the ball down the sidelines, at the buzzer, putting 6 points on the board for Big Blue. That, was the perfect ending to a season that has breathed life back into our Lebanon High School Football Program. A special thank you to the Oakland Patriots Coaching Staff for allowing us this moment and thank you Coach Gentry, and the coaching staff, for showing our players what true success is. Congratulations on a great season and we look forward to what the future brings!

It's No Shave November! LPD Officers wishing to participate wil be donating $20 for permission to grow a beard in the month of November. All proceeds will be given to our brothers at the Wilson County Sheriff's Office to add to their collections for the Wilson Warriors Organization, helping veterans in Wilson County. Chief Mike Justice has also offed up $100 personally to the cause, in honor of the officer with the best beard, the "Chief's Choice Award".

Here we grow again! We’re looking for an Administrative superstar. Apply at the link below. https://goo.gl/N2zQvw

The Lebanon Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying the two suspects shown in these photos. On 10/28/2017, these two men are suspected of using stolen credit card information to take money from an ATM. If you can identify the suspects, or have any information about this crime, please contact Detective Eugene McGee at 615-453-4392.

Huge turnout for Halloween on the Square! Great costumes, lots of smiling faces and CANDY. As usual, CERT on the scene making it safe and successful. A special thanks to Faith Moore, Communications Assistant Supervisor, for helping with our candy table.

Remember the three C’s when you’re out trick or treating tonight. Costumes- Bright, colorful costumes make for better visibility. Don’t use masks or head gear that impedes vision. Be mindful of costumes that may cause tripping hazards. Children 10 and under should be accompanied by an adult. Dress for the weather. Cars- Use sidewalks wherever possible. Do not run across the street, stay on one side of the street until you are ready to cross. Avoid major roads or thoroughfares. If using trailers or implements to pull riders, use extra care on roadways, and when loading and unloading riders. Use flashlights and reflective materials for better visibility. Candy- Discard any candy or treat that is not fully sealed in the original wrapper/package. Be mindful of choking hazards. Do not throw candy from vehicles or onto roadways. Have a very happy and safe Halloween!

Come meet us on the Squircle tomorrow night, all treats, no tricks!

You’ve got about an hour to come join us at The Journey Church, S. Maple & Leeville Pike, for their Trunk or Treat Event. CERT has you covered with traffic control, please watch for pedestrians in the crossings.

And...we’re also at Immanuel Baptist Church, 214 Castle Heights Ave., for their Community Safety Fair. Come out and join us!

Got drugs? It’s National Drug Take Back Day. Bring us your unused/unwanted prescription medications today at Fred’s Pharmacy, 230 E. Gay St. We’ll be here until 2:00.

Congratulations to the Lebanon High School Blue Devils Football Team on a very successful 2017 season. While tonight was a miserably wet and cold loss to Rossview High School (24-7), the Blue Devils earned a first round playoff contention with a 3-1 district record. This comeback season is even more meaningful as Lebanon High School celebrates its 100 Year Anniversary!Congrats and thank you to Coach Gentry and his staff for all their hard work and dedication into bringing back greatness to our Blue Devil Football Program. We’ll see everyone at next week’s playoff game, to be announced.

CSI and Cyber Crimes night for the Citizens Police Academy, held at the beautiful new Lebanon Municipal Airport Terminal. Thank you LMA for hosting us.

We’re out at Cumberland University’s Fall Fun Fest. K9 Officer Bryan and Communications Supervisor Guttierez are handing out goodies with blinkie lights...who doesn’t like blinkie lights?

MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release – October 23, 2017 On Thursday October 19, 2017, detectives with the Lebanon/Wilson County Task Force and members of the Wilson County Sheriff's Office Special Response Team executed a search warrant at an apartment in Greentree Pointe Apartments, Lebanon. During a search of the apartment, detective's located marijuana, crack cocaine, over two ounces of crystal methamphetamine, and instruments used to distribute the illegal narcotics. Detectives also discovered a Pringles chip container and two Pepsi cans with false compartments used to conceal the drugs. There were four adults and two infant children in the residence at the time of the search warrant. There are still persons of interest involved in this case wanted for questioning. Pending a Wilson County Grand Jury investigation, the suspects face charges of Possession of Schedule II (Methamphetamine) with Intent for Resale, Possession of Schedule II (Crack Cocaine), Possession of Schedule VI (Marijuana), and Possession of Drug Paraphernalia. The location of the search warrant was within 1,000 feet of a local childcare. The State of Tennessee intendeds to provide an environment in which children can learn and play without distractions and dangers that are incident to the occurrence of illegal drug activities. Therefore, the suspects also face an enhanced criminal penalty of a Drug-Free School Zone violation.

We had fun this morning at Lebanon High School during Mr. Lakeman’s Criminal Justice Mock Trial. The somewhat Honorable Judge Hardy was presiding.

There is a water main break in the Farmington Woods subdivision. We have received multiple calls of residents without water. Emergency water crews are in route to fix the problem.

Spooky Stroll 2017! So much fun, coolest costumes anywhere!

In case you missed it. First play after the kickoff set the tone for a Blue Devil victory over the Wildcats.

Nothing more exciting than a crosstown rival game against Wilson Central High School. Big Blue pulled off the win 19-7!Two early first quarter scores helped Lebanon maintain the lead and eventual victory.

These beautiful ladies from Phoebe, a widows’ ministry group, brought us the most amazing assortment of home baked goods. We were incredibly blessed, and thankful, for their visit and gifts.