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

Our department received this beautiful plaque of appreciation from Peter Parsons and Sandy Merrill. The couple wanted to show their gratitude for our officers and the service they provide. Thank you for the thoughtful recognition.

Congratulations to Detective Kirk Whitefield for receiving the Unsung Hero Award. Thank you for your dedication to this department and the city of Lebanon.

After a shooting early this morning at a Waffle House in Antioch, police are looking for 29-year-old Travis Reinking of Morton, IL. He is consider armed and dangerous. If you see something, please say something. Call 911, do not approach this individual. Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims families and all those affected by this shooting.

Join us in welcoming Lebanon Police Department’s newest and finest members. Officers (L to R) Justin Johnston, Dillon Hulse, and Colt Stewart have joined our family and we are excited to have them. #itallstartshere

On April 19, 2018, at approximately 1:30 pm, Lebanon Police Department officers received a medical call of a possible drug overdose in the area of 118 Webster Lane. After receiving a second call, officers located an unresponsive female at lot 38. While officers and medical personal were at lot 38, LPD Officers conducted a protective sweep of the residence for safety. During that protective sweep, officers observed a large quantity of US Currency and plastic baggies containing suspected narcotics. After medical clearance, the suspected victim/offender was identified as Sharnotto Sells. LPD Officers requested Narcotics Detectives to respond to the scene. Detectives from both Lebanon Police and the Wilson County Sheriffs Office responded and later obtained a search warrant for the residence. A search of the residence revealed heroin, cocaine, marijuana, paraphernalia, a hand gun, and over $2,000 dollars in cash. Further investigation is pending and the case will be presented to the Wilson County Grand Jury. This incident occurred in three drug free school zones.

As the investigation of the shooting incident at Pilot Gas Station unfolds, we have additional information to release. We recognize that there has been a lot of speculation and inquiry about the case. Understand that we must do our due diligence to confirm information and release it in a manner that doesn’t jeopardize the investigation, allows us to be mindful of the families involved, and keeps the process as transparent as possible. The following is the most up to date information available: We can confrm that this incident was a robbery/drug deal gone bad. Three individuals in one vehicle agreed to meet with an individual in the other vehicle at Pilot on Murfreesboro Rd. However, that individual arrived with three others in the car. The meeting was to sell an agreed amount of drugs, and when the parties met for the exchange, the investigation shows a gun was pulled and a robbery was attempted to take the drugs. This action led to an exchange of gun fire between persons from each car, which resulted in the death of Jacob Ethan Doughten, as well as the death of a 15 yo male. At this time, there has been one arrest of a 17 year old juvenile. The investigation shows that Doughten and the 17 year old juvenile were both armed, and the only two who fired shots. The identities of others involved are not being released at this time, as we are in discussions with the District Attorney’s Office on potential additional charges.

Lebanon Special School District will be presenting a suicide prevention and awareness program next Tuesday at Walter J Baird Middle School. We encourage all to attend.

Exit Realty took the opportunity to learn some safety tips and personal defense techniques from Cpl. Matt Dedman today at our ESU. If you have a group that would like to take part in this type of training, contact Cpl. Dedman at 615-453-4340 or the Public Information Office at 615-453-4398.

Girl Scout troop 887 was in da house! Thank you ladies for visiting, hope you all enjoyed the tour.

MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release – April 16, 2018 Last night, at approximately 9:10pm, Lebanon Police responded to 921 Murfreesboro Rd., Pilot Gas Station, in reference to shots fired. Upon arrival, officers discovered one male subject with gunshot wounds. That subject, Jacob E. Doughten (19yo, Lebanon), was transported and later pronounced dead at Tennova Hospital, Lebanon. During the course of the investigation, another gunshot victim was reported received at Tennova Hospital. The subject was brought by private vehicle. The subject, a 15 year old male, was pronounced dead as well. At this time, a juvenile male suspect, who was captured on foot at a nearby restaurant, is in custody. The investigation is ongoing.

It’s been great celebrating National Public Service Telecommunicator Week. Again, thank you to our family of LPD Dispatchers and all communications personnel throughout the land. Your service is appreciated. We hope you have enjoyed the festivities and tokens of gratitude. Thank you to the agencies, businesses and individuals who came to visit and offer treats. Today’s luncheon was provided by the Lebanon Fire Department, you guys are awesome! A special thank you to our own, Courtney Toporowski, for producing the hilarious Cop-uccino Cafe videos.

MEDIA RELEASE For Immediate Release – April 13, 2018 In a collaborative effort with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office, our Special Operations Division Narcotics Agents conducted an early morning round up of individuals wanted on various drugs and weapons charges. Agents located and arrested 21 individuals on indictments stemming from months of investigations. The types of charges range from drug paraphernalia, possession, drug manufacturing/distribution, sale of counterfeit narcotics, weapons possession, and sale of narcotics within school zones. With the Opioid epidemic that our nation is struggling with, it is imperative that we continue to utilize all efforts and resources to combat the problem. “The hard work and effort of the Narcotics Agents and the daily working relationship with the Sheriff's Office makes our streets safer and adds a level of information sharing that is invaluable”, Lebanon Police Chief Mike Justice. Wilson County Sheriff Robert Bryan added, “We will continue to pursue these drug dealers and work with local agencies to hold these violators accountable.” Indictments that were served this morning included the following individuals: James Z. York, Nick Pajan, Deisah R. Andrews, Courtney N. Caldwell, Marki D. Bettencourt, Nicholas V. Raines, Isiah C. Manier, Jalonzo J. Bishop, Ali D. Talley, James C. Roach, Roderick F. Brooks, Michael D. Bagley, Austin M. Boyer, Ann C. Owens, John W. Owens, Matthew W. Bogle, Jacquise M. Bingham, Stephen J. Garland, Kisha A. Keeton, Schasta T. Rodgers and Jordan D. Stanton

It’s Friday the 13th! No better day to end our National Public Safety Communicator Week. Today we have a special treat, honoring our brothers in the big red truck. So come join us in the Cop-uccino Cafe for this special Firefighters edition titled: “When command is in command”.

Cpl. Dedman, K9 Officer Bryan and other first responders with LFD and WEMA, enjoyed visiting with the students at the Community Helpers Week event at Immanuel Baptist Church this morning.

Good morning campers! Can we interest you in a hot cup of shenanigans from the Cop-uccino Cafe? This is one of our favorite offerings: The “stand by while I figure out where I’m at, officer”.

Cop-uccino Cafe...where the coffee’s not the only thing ‘fresh’ around here. This morning’s offering- “The ‘what don’t you understand?’ Officer.”

Mornin’...Cop-uccino Cafe is ready for your order! “When your K9 wants a little air time, too.”

The Lebanon Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying a female that was involved in a shoplifting incident at Polo Ralph Lauren. If you can identify this suspect or have any additional information, please contact Detective Jeremy Johnson at 615-453-4337 or johnsonj@lebanontn.org

Everyone needs a little coffee and comedy in their life. So in honor of National Public Safety Telecommunicator Week, we will be serving up some “lightly roasted” videos of some of our favorite cops and their “unique blend” of radio magic. Welcome to the Cop-uccino Cafe. *Disclaimer: some of the content is intended for those who understand Popo lingo, but trust us, it’s funny. Also, no officers were harmed in the production of these videos. Today’s special: “The recently promoted Admin Officer that never gets on the radio”

To ours and all Dispatchers around the nation, happy National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week. Thank you for your keeping our officers and the community safe. Thanks for making a difference, for you are truly the unsung heroes of public safety.

Two juveniles, ages 16 and 12, have been identified in the multi vehicle vandalism case at Mid-Cumberland Transport. Based on information gathered by the patrol officers the night of the incident, investigators were able to identify and interview the juveniles, who confessed to committing the crimes. Investigators are working with Mid-Cumberland Transport and the District Attorney's Office to determine restitution and charges.

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Pastor Erik Reed with the Journey Church is part of our family of department chaplains. He and his church have always supported us above and beyond. His son, Kaleb, is having surgery today and we wanted to send out our prayers and well wishes for a speedy recovery.

Good at what you do? Got some spare time? We’re looking for a Part-Time Certified Police Officer. Click the link below to apply: https://goo.gl/QcAj6m

**Update: suspect has been identified. Thank you to everyone who responded with information. The Lebanon Police Department is seeking assistance in identifying a shoplifting suspect. The suspect pictured below, in the gray hooded sweatshirt, stole several items from Walmart on March 14, at approximately 5:50 PM. If you can identify the suspect or have any information about the crime, please contact Sgt. Murray at 615-453-4404 or murrayt@lebanontn.org