The Spring Hill Police Department is auctioning two jerseys worn by country music star Jason Aldean and Nashville Predator’s star Austin Watson while playing on the SHPD and SHFD softball teams. Both jerseys have been autographed. Proceeds from the sale will go to benefit the families of Sgt. Daniel Baker of the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office and Fire Fighter Jason Dickey of the Lawrenceburg Fire Department. Sgt. Baker and Fire Fighter Dicky both lost their lives while serving their respective communities.
The SHPD is investigating a burglary and theft that occurred at Froggy and Jeffro’s on Port Royal Road. In the early morning hours, a male subject broke the glass on the front door and went to the office area. The subject then took a safe with cash and several other items in it. If you have information concerning this investigation, please contact the SHPD at 931-486-3269 or submit an anonymous tip here.
The SHPD is asking for the public’s assistance in identifying two persons suspected of involvement in a “quick-change” scam at Wal-Mart.
On Oct. 12, the person pictured riding the electric scooter attempted to confuse a cashier in an attempt to get the cashier to return more money than owed. As an employee approached the person, a second person who was standing in line began to ask the employee questions. The person riding the scooter exited the store while this occurred. The second person eventually met the person riding the scooter and the two left the store together.
If you can identify these persons, please contact Det. Baker at 931-486-2252, ext. 225, or submit an anonymous tip: here.
We hope you’ll join us Saturday, Oct. 20, for the “Battle of the Badges,” a charity softball tournament between the Spring Hill Police and Fire Departments and the Tennessee Highway Patrol. They will play each other in round robin format to raise money for the families of the late Dickson County Sheriff’s Sgt. Daniel Baker and Lawrenceburg Firefighter Jason Dickey, who were killed in the line of duty earlier this year.
Country music star JASON ALDEAN will even be there playing on the SHPD’s team!!
Enjoy a silent auction and fun activities for kids, as well as police cruisers, fire trucks and the THP helicopter onsite for children and families to view.
The Spring Hill Police Department will be partnering with B & B Pharmacy, 5407 Main St., in Spring Hill, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 27, for the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day. We will NOT be accepting needles, syringes or liquids greater than 4 ounces.
If you are not able to attend this event, there is a drop-box located at the lower level of City Hall on the left-hand (south) side of the building. Enter at the door marked with the SHPD logo and the box is to your left. This box is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
SHPD officers today took reports on four vehicle burglaries and one stolen vehicle. These occurred in the Shannon Glen and Meadows of Spring Hill subdivisions. If you have information concerning these reports, you may submit an anonymous tip here
On Sept. 8, the pictured subjects were able to leave Target with several pre-paid Visa cards. During the transaction, the subjects deceived the cashier and Target suffered a loss of $6,300. If you recognize these persons, please contact Det. Baker at 931-486-2252, ext. 225, or submit an anonymous tip at Online Tip
If you or someone you know has been an innocent victim of violent crime in Tennessee, the Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund may be a financial resource for you. The Criminal Injuries Compensation Fund was established as a fund of last resort to financially assist innocent victims of violent crime in Tennessee that results in personal injury. In the case of death, dependent relatives may be eligible for compensation. The program has paid out $301.2 million in claims to victims and their families since 1982.
Victims and claimants who meet eligibility requirements may be reimbursed for medical expenses, loss of wages, funeral expenses and other unforeseen costs related to the crime. This brochure contains general information and is not intended to be used as a sole source. Please visit this website for more information on the Criminal Injuries Compensation Program.
On Sept. 7, the pictured subject was able to leave Target with several pre-paid Visa cards and a pair of Beats headphones. During the transaction, the subject deceived the cashier and Target suffered a loss of $1,200. If you recognize this person, please contact Det. Baker at 931-486-2252, ext. 225, or submit an anonymous tip at https://bit.ly/2p7C6W9