Lebanon Police Department

  • Agency: Lebanon Police Department
  • Address: 406 Tennessee BLVD, Lebanon, 37087 TN
  • Chief: Billy Weeks (Chief of Police)
Phone: 615-444-2323

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

Follow up from this morning’s animal cruelty case: Ashley Maness- charged with Aggravated Assault (Domestic), Child Neglect, and Animal Cruelty. Ashley Stevens- Child Neglect and Animal Cruelty. The child is in DCS custody. *As a side note, some comments were made in the previous post about the residence being “seemingly clean”, according to the pictures. It is our policy to NOT post pictures that are crude in nature, such as urine or feces, which was present throughout the residence.

Early this morning, units responded to 380 Franklin Rd. in reference to a domestic violence situation. Upon arrival, officer found two females and a young child living in the residence. Also, the residence was inundated with animals. Approximately 30 dogs, a cat and a medium sized pig was found in the home. Animal Control Officers responded and determined the animals were in deplorable conditions. Both women were arrested on charges of domestic violence, reckless endangerment, and additional charges for Animal Cruelty are pending. The child has been released to the Department of Children’s Services. Wilson County Animal Control is assisting in the seizure and care of the animals. All animals will have to be evaluated by a Veterinarian and held for court proceedings. If you would like to donate food, treats, toys or other supplies, you may do so in person at our Animal Control Facility at 1017 Sparta Pike, Lebanon.

A set of keys were found in our parking lot near the courtroom entrance, if you’ve lost some keys recently, call 615-453-4328 to identify and redeem them.

The Lebanon Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying these suspects who used a cloned debit card to withdraw cash from the ATM at Daily's on Murfreesboro Rd. Incident occurred just after midnight on the morning of February 13, 2018. The victim is a truck driver out of Virginia, who had been in the Lebanon area on February 12th. If you can identify the suspects or have any information about this crime, please contact Detective Bringhurst at 615-453-4315 or bringhurstj@lebanontn.org

Citizen's Police Academy Spring 2018 registration is now activated! Print the appication below and return completed to pjhardy@lebanontn.org. You can also mail to: Public Information Office C/O Lebanon Police Department 406 Tennessee Blvd. Lebanon, TN, 37087 Deadline is March 16, 2018. Academy starts March 22, 2018.

It’s official, South Hatton has become our newest Neighborhood Watch community. Signs are up, thanks to the guys at City of Lebanon Street Dept.

ESU/CERT Volunteer Scott Jasper, and others, assisted Lebanon Fire and WEMA members rescue 3 homeless people from a makeshift campsite in the area of Legends Drive and S.E. Tater Peeler Rd. The three were trapped in the wooded area by flood waters that was running swiftly. No injuries were reported. Thank you to all who assisted. Areas of flooding may continue throughout the afternoon and evening.

Our station has been temporarily shut down and evacuated due to a detected gas leak. We were able to swiftly, and without interruption, transfer all communications operations to our ECC facility on Sparta Pike. Our office at 406 Tennessee Blvd will remain closed until the leak is identified and repaired. All phone and emergency lines are in operation. Thanks to LFD and the Gas Department for their quick response and assistance.

Media Release: Last night at approximately 6:01pm, Lebanon Police K9 Officer Cody Bryan responded to 112 Caruthers Ave. in an attempt to locate and serve an active warrant on Lori Kies. Upon arrival, Officer Bryan was met by Mahajara Kies, husband of Lori Kies. Mr. Kies gave consent for Officer Bryan to search the home for Lori, but she was not found in the residence. During the search, Officer Bryan noticed a box which had what appeared to be drug paraphernalia sitting atop of it. Officer Bryan asked who owned the box, Mr. kies and several other residents denied ownership, but all gave consent to search it. Officer Bryan searched the box and located a white powdery substance which field tested positive for Methamphetamine. There were other drug paraphernalia items within the box. Officer Bryan summonsed the Department's Drug Unit and a search warrant was executed for the residence. Upon service of the search warrant, other drugs, including Methamphetamine, Marijuana and prescription pills were found, along with additional paraphernalia used in the distribution of illicit drugs. The items were seized and the investigation is continuing. Indictments will be sought for those involved.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the Lawrenceburg Fire Department this morning. Firefighter Jason Dickey made the ultimate sacrafice battling an early morning house fire. Two other firefighters were injured as well. Like siblings often do, we may tease and poke at each other, but when one of our family members suffer, we all share in the pain. Thank you for your service and may God bring all affected peace and comfort.

Kudos to our Records Office Clerks for receiving this Certificate of Appreciation from the Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security. We appreciate all of your efforts!

Please be careful out there. Never drive through standing water. Turn around, don’t drown. CERT will be out identifying those danger spots and keeping everyone safe.

Great lessons this morning at the Anti Bullying Defense Clinic. Students learned about what bullying is, how to avoid it, and how to defend themselves and others from it. They also learned how not to become a bully themselves. There will be another class this afternoon at 1pm for teens ages 12-17. The training is located at 1443 Baddour Parkway, Success Martial Arts Center. This clinic is free.

From our friends at WEMA.

We appreciate the support and input of our community. This serves as a reminder that if you see something, say something. Report suspicious activity to 615-444-2323.

Wilson County Schools closing tomorrow and Friday.

Steady rain overnight has caused areas of flooding. Be safe while traveling this morning, never drive through standing water, “turn around, don’t drown”.

Congrats to South Hatton and welcome to the Neighborhood Watch family! Residents from that community meet with us tonight to establish their Neighborhood Watch Program. We have targeted the needs of the residents and will be working with them to achieve their goals. If your neighborhood would like to start a program, call the Public Information Office at 615-453-4398.

In-Service Training Day, High Risk Stops and Vehicle Firearms Tactics. It was a balmy 29 degrees this morning.

Units are out with a multiple vehicle injury crash on I40 eastbound at MM231. Lanes are slowing. Please use caution through this area, or avoid if possible.

Thank you Ms. Balch for sharing with us. We appreciate your kind words, and more-so, appreciate you reporting this suspicious activity. In this event, everything was fine, but had it been something else, you would have possibly prevented a crime.

Don’t forget to come out and join us at the Vietnam Veterans of America Chapter 1004 Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser. We’ll be here until noon.

Update from the Wilson County Sheriffs Office.

To follow up from this morning’s school closures. A bomb threat was made via email to the Lebanon Special School District’s webpage. The email was received in the Winfrey Bryant Middle School inbox. Due to the routing system of these emails, the district could not confirm that the threat was targeted only at this middle school. For the safety of all students, the decision was made to close all district schools. Our Explosives Detection Canines assisted the Wilson County Sheriffs Office in searching and clearing the middle school. No devices or threats were found. Our department, along with the Sheriff’s Office, will continue to investigate the origins of the threat.

The Lebanon Special School District has announced that all district schools will be closed today due to a threat being made. Units are in route to assess and investigate that threat.