We received information that someone is calling people and claiming to be with a cable company provider asking people if they will be home on a certain date. The person is claiming that there will be an internet outage. This is a scam. Do not give this person any person information or let them remote into your computer. Do not let them know you will not be at home.
On a side note, we are still getting reports of people buying gift cards for scammers. If a person that you don’t know asks for a gift card, it’s a scam. There are many variations of this scam but the end result is you giving them the gift card and PIN.
We want to thank everyone who took part in the 2019 SHPD Giving Tree event Thursday night.
A special thank you to our event partner, Spring Hill FRESH.
Also thank you to our Sponsors for their support and generousity… Southern Electric and John Maher Builders.
In addition, thank you to SR Residential Partners, LLC., the Tennessee Children’s Home, Phil and Diane Bennett and everyone from Spring Hill Church of Christ, Santa Ward Jones, Christ Chapel Church, Tito’s, Domino’s Pizza, Home Depot, SHPD Citizen’s Police Academy, all the volunteer ‘wrappers’, Danny Owens for literally saving Christmas, and last but not least, our SHPD officers, Dawn McDaniel, Hazel Nieves and the lovely Rachael Nieves. This event wouldn’t have happened without these awesome people!!
A special THANK YOU to all the generous people in our community who bought gifts to make Christmas brighter for all our gift recipients!
The Department has several gun trigger locks that we are giving away at no cost. If you are interested, please come by the lower level of City Hall (199 Town Center Pkwy) Monday through Friday between 8 AM and 4 PM.
The 2019 Spring Hill Christmas Parade, sponsored by the Spring Hill Parks and Recreation Department and the Kiwanis Club of Spring Hill/Thompson’s Station, will be held Saturday, Dec. 14, along Main Street.
The parade will start at 5 p.m. The SHPD will have officers posted along the route. The parade will begin and end in front of the Tennessee Children’s Home. We will be closing roads (pictured in green) beginning at 4:30 p.m. These roads include Main St. from Kedron Rd. to Duplex Rd., and Beechcroft Rd. from Main St. to Evans Park area. Please arrive at the area you wish to park no later than 4:30 p.m.
Larger Picture of Map: Picture of parade map.
Update- Based on recovered evidence, it appears that after abandoning the stolen vehicle on Campbell Station Pkwy at McCoury LN that the subjects most likely got into an unidentified vehicle and traveled east on Campbell Station Pwky over New Port Royal Rd. to Brixworth Dr. It appears they went north on Brixworth Dr. from Stewart Campbell Pt. All residents with camera systems on Brixworth Dr from Stewart Campbell Pt. to Buckner LN please check your systems for activity from 6:10 AM to 6:30 AM on Dec. 7th.
Edit- Stolen vehicle was recovered at entrance to McCoury LN off of Campbell Station Pkwy. The vehicle is a 2002 Ford F-250, color gray.
The SHPD is investigating the burglary of the Regions Bank ATM (4934 Main St.) on Saturday December 7th. The SHPD was notified by the alarm company at around 6 AM of a pickup truck and four subjects gaining access into the ATM. An undisclosed amount of cash was stolen from the ATM. The pickup truck was later determined to have been stolen out of the Wades Grove subdivision in Spring Hill in the early morning hours from a house on Aenon.
The Department is asking residence with video surveillance systems in the Wades Grove subdivision, specifically streets named Aenon, Sommette, and Keiser to review footage from 12 AM to 6 AM looking for any suspicious vehicles or persons. Please call our dispatch at 931-486-2632 to have an officer come out and review the footage.
The SHPD now has all vehicle collision reports online, available to the public, for crashes that occurred in Spring Hill at crashdocs.org.
To look up a report, you will need the date of the collision and the report number. SHPD officers will be handing out cards with this information if you are involved in a collision. Reports generally take 5-7 business days to upload to the website after an incident.
The cost for each report is $4.
The holiday season is quickly approching. (Alleged) Thieves will also be coming as well to take packages off of your porch. The video is from the Spring Hill Place subdivision from a few days ago during the overnight hours. We will be proactively patrolling neighborhoods in both marked and unmarked vehicles attempting to deter this behavior. Please report all suspicious activity to us at our non-emergency dispatch number 931-486-2632.
The SHPD and Spring Hill Fresh are partnering to accept donations for the annual Giving Tree event. Please make this holiday season brighter for someone in need.
The drop-off celebration will be from 2 – 7 p.m. Dec. 12 at Spring Hill Church of Christ, 5351 Main St, Spring Hill, TN 37174. Please follow this link to sign up: https://bit.ly/2O9TRlh.
For questions, please contact Dawn McDaniel at email@example.com.
On Tuesday, Nov. 19, the Tennessee Department of Health will be offering flu shots at the Longview Recreation Center in Spring Hill. The SHPD will have certified car seat technicians onsite to perform child safety seat inspections. Attached is a map of the site to include where to go for the flu shot and car seat inspection.
The subject in the image is accused of shoplifting from Wal-Mart on Sept. 25. If you know the identify of the subject, please submit an anonymous tip here.