Murfreesboro Vehicle Burglary With A Nexus To Spring Hill

Spring Hill, TN – MPD Detectives are investigating a string of car burglaries that occurred at Richard Siegel Soccer Park and SportsCom on Dec. 6. A black BMW SUV is seen on video stopping in the parking lot while two individuals get out and start looking into vehicles. The individuals broke the windows of the vehicles and stole items including debit cards, ID cards and car keys.

One person of interest is seen on camera at Kroger on Memorial Blvd. attempting to charge $1,998.80 on a card, but the transaction was declined. One of the victims’ personal items were found in Spring Hill, TN. If you know the identity of the individual in the photo or the individuals who was with him, please call Murfreesboro Police Detective William Pullias at 629-201-5640.

You can also submit an anonymous tip here.

Stolen Credit Cards Throughout Williamson County Used at Spring Hill Walmart

Spring Hill, TN – SHPD detectives are working to identify the persons pictured above that used credit cards stolen in Williamson County to purchase several $500 gift cards at the Walmart in Spring Hill. The subjects were seen getting into a white Jeep Wrangler with a black hard top. If you can identify these subjects, please contact Detective Gillam at or submit an anonymous tip here.

SHPD Investigating Hit and Run Crash That Occured on Nov. 6th

Two-Door BMW Car
Video of BMW car leaving the scene of a crash

Spring Hill, TN – The SHPD is investigating a hit-and-run crash that occurred on November 6th at 2:22 PM in the area of Candlelite Drive and Port Royal Road. A silver BMW car drove through a wooden fence and then left the scene. The suspect vehicle is pictured above. If you have information relating to this incident, please contact Sgt. Tommy Barber at or submit an anonymous tip here.

Unidentified Person Charged Two iPhones to Victim’s Account

Unidentified Subject

Spring Hill, TN – On May 6th, an unidentified person went into the AT&T store in Spring Hill and charged two iPhones to the victim’s account totaling $2400. The subject also used a credit card that has been associated with several other fraudulent charges at other AT&T locations. If you can identify this person or have information relating to this investigation, please contact Det. Gillam at 931-486-2252 | or submit an anonymous tip here.

SHPD Responds to Overnight “Shots-Fired” Call on Scoville Lane

Spring Hill, TN – On April 3rd at 10:25 PM officers were dispatched to the 2800 block of Scoville Lane to a reported “shots-fired” call. Witnesses reported hearing what sounded like 10 gunshots. While responding, officers were given the description of a suspect vehicle that left the area. Officers located that vehicle at the Twice Daily gas station on Port Royal Road. A female who was standing next to the vehicle was interviewed. During this time officers who were at a residence in the 2800 block of Scoville Lane located several spent shell handgun shell casings in the front yard of the house. The female’s address was the same address where the shell casings were located.

The female denied any involvement and claimed that she heard “fireworks” not gun-shots. The female gave consent to search her vehicle. A white powdery substance which field tested positive for cocaine was located. The female was issued a misdemeanor citation for that offense. No evidence linking the female or the vehicle to the shooting was located.

Officers at the home on Scoville Lane attempted to get persons inside of the home to come to the door but they refused. No damage to the property or evidence of any bodily injury/exigent circumstances was observed by officers there. The investigation is on-going.

If anyone has information that may assist with the investigation, please submit an anonymous tip here.


SHPD Requesting the Public’s Help in Identifying the Driver of a Vehicle

Spring Hill, TN – On March 15th at 6:27 PM a SHPD officer stopped a vehicle in the area of Maury Hill St. and Main St. As the officer approached the vehicle, the driver opened the door and told the officer that “you got me,” shut the door, and drove off. The driver was a black male who appeared to be in his mid to late 30s. The vehicle headed south on Main St. and then exited onto Saturn Pkwy heading towards Beechcroft Rd. The license plate on the vehicle came back to another vehicle that was registered to a female. If you can identify the driver, please submit an anonymous tip here.