Mar 18

WCSO Looking for Person of Interest Who Attempted Entry into Stoner Creek Elementary

WCSO Looking for Person of Interest Who Attempted Entry into Stoner Creek Elementary

Wilson County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a person of interest who tried to enter Stoner Creek Elementary School on Wednesday afternoon.

School personnel notified WCSO SRO Matt McPeak that a male had tried to come into the school saying he wanted to “look around.” School officials said he had no legal business at the school and denied him access. The man told school officials he had attended the school “in the 80’s,” and that had “moved to California” and was now living in Gallatin. He stated that he “wanted to see how much the place had grown,” reports noted. Stoner Creek Elementary, however, was not opened until the late 1980s. School officials said the subject appeared to be too young to have attended the school at that time.

School staff was later notified by a parent the male subject was behind the school. When school officials contacted SRO McPeak, he immediately performed an outside perimeter check of the school but was unable to find anyone fitting the description given.

Upon reviewing the school’s surveillance system, he was determined to be a white male wearing a black jacket, red shirt, black shorts and what appeared to be black boots. School personnel described the man as looking “rough,” and acting “very suspicious” when he was denied entry.

The school personnel noted the man slowly exited the building looking up in the corners of the walls and down hallways, which are visible through the glass doors.

The following day, the male subject was observed by a parent leaving the property in a four-door maroon Toyota Corolla. The parent and witnesses told school officials and Wilson County SRO they were unable to get a license plate number.

“We just want to know who the man was and why he was there,” Sheriff Robert Bryan said. “Our Office and the school system want to ensure our young people are safe. We do not know his motive for coming to the school, but we always take any incident out of the ordinary seriously. If you have information, please let us know.”

Anyone with information regarding the subject’s identity is asked to call WCSO at 615-444-1412.

 

Mar 18

Wilson County Grand Jury Indicts Woman for Homicide in Death of Baby Girl

Wilson County Grand Jury Indicts Woman for Homicide in Death of Baby Girl

A 19-year-old Watertown woman has been indicted for homicide in connection with her arrest following the death of her four-month-old baby girl last August.

The incident began when Wilson County Emergency Management Agency was called to a residence at 1874 Turner Road on August 18, 2015 regarding an infant girl not breathing. Preliminary investigation showed that the cause of death was unknown. Further investigation conducted by Sheriff’s Office detectives discovered inconsistent accounts given by individuals on the scene on the night of the incident.

After a lengthy investigation conducted by the Sheriff’s Office into the death and close collaboration with the district attorney’s office, the findings of this investigation were presented to the Wilson County Grand Jury.  Based on the findings of the grand jury, the mother of the child, Kenya Demoines Jarrett, was charged and arrested on Thursday for one count of criminally negligent homicide.

“Any time there are questions surrounding the death of a child, it is difficult for everyone involved,” said Sheriff Robert Bryan. “This arrest was made after careful and thorough investigation and consultation with the District Attorney’s Office.”

Jarret was has been released on $12,500 bond pending a court hearing before Circuit Court at 8:30 a.m. April 1.

 

 

 

 

 

Mar 18

WCSO, Metro Nashville Recapture Suspected Wilson Co. Felon who Fled Nashville Hospital

WCSO, Metro Nashville Recapture Suspected Wilson Co. Felon who Fled Nashville Hospital

 Early this morning, Wilson County Sheriff’s Office detectives and Metro Nashville Police Narcotics Detectives recaptured a suspected felon wanted on numerous charges in Wilson County who apparently walked out of a Nashville hospital during a shift change Monday.

WCSO arrested 36-year-old old Homero Quintanilla Navarro of 5001 Saundersville Road just before 1 a.m. today in the Antioch area of Nashville. WCSO detectives aided by Metro Narcotics detectives located Navarro while checking various locations the subject was believed to have frequented. He was taken into custody without incident at a motel in Antioch near Interstate 24. He was booked into Wilson County Correctional Department just after midnight, where he is currently being held without bond pending a hearing on his charges.

“We are greatly relieved to have this suspect back in our custody,” said WCSO Chief Deputy Mike Owens. “We appreciate the Metro Narcotics detectives who assisted us with the capture of this suspect. We also appreciate the help of the media for getting the word out and his photograph. Our Number One priority has been, as always, to keep the citizens, especially those deeply affected by this case, safe.”

Navarro was wanted in connection with a series of events including a serious car crash, home invasion and burglary in neighborhoods near his home and assaulting WCSO deputies Sunday. Upon his arrest, he was immediately taken to Vanderbilt University Hospital Emergency Room under guard of WCSO until Monday when it was determined he was to be admitted for his injuries.

WCSO Chief Owens said Wilson County officers followed protocol and faxed all the outstanding warrants for Navarro to Vanderbilt Hospital and Police, verified Vanderbilt received the information and left him under care of Vanderbilt staff as per hospital protocol.

Sometime between the time he left the emergency room and was admitted into the hospital Monday morning, Vanderbilt Police officer assigned to the hospital who had just come on duty at the hospital (who was apparently not notified of his outstanding warrants) saw an unidentified female enter the hospital and leave with Navarro. Vanderbilt authorities contacted Metro Nashville Police and began canvassing the area for the suspect. They notified WCSO approximately two hours after our deputy left failing to find Navarro.

For the past three days, WCSO, Metro Nashville and Immigration authorities have been searching for Navarro, contacting associates he has in the Nashville and Wilson County areas. He is believed to have fled the state, possibly toward the Southwestern part of the country. Law enforcement has been notified in numerous states along with U.S. Border Patrol. He has been entered nationwide NCIC for outstanding warrants. Wilson County Sheriff’s Office will extradite upon capture.

Navarro’s run-in with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office began Sunday upon receiving a call where Navarro is believed to have forced his way into a home in the area of Tyne Boulevard and Saundersville Road. During the reported incident, he forced his way into another home at Teton Dr. in Wilson Co. When Sheriff’s deputies arrived at the home, he jumped out of the window. He fought with deputies, injuring at least two during his arrest.

WCSO also determined Navarro had previously crashed a Yellow H2 Hummer he was driving into a sign at a convenience store in a sharp curve at Tyne and Saundersville Road. Witnesses said the driver was travelling at a high rate of speed and struck the sign with such force, he uprooted a sign in the store parking lot from its concrete stabilizers.

After a search of Navarro’s vehicle was conducted, it was determined that alcohol and illegal narcotics were likely a determining factor in the crash and subsequent assault on the responding deputies. Deputies also recovered a stolen weapon and a large amount of cash and narcotics.

 

 

Mar 18

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WCSO Looking for Person of Interest Who Attempted Entry into Stoner Creek Elementary

Wilson County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a person of interest who tried to enter Stoner Creek Elementary School on Wednesday afternoon.

School personnel notified WCSO SRO Matt McPeak that a male had tried to come into the school saying he wanted to “look around.” School officials said he had no legal business at the school and denied him access. The man told school officials he had attended the school “in the 80’s,” and that had “moved to California” and was now living in Gallatin. He stated that he “wanted to see how much the place had grown,” reports noted. Stoner Creek Elementary, however, was not opened until the late 1980s. School officials said the subject appeared to be too young to have attended the school at that time.

School staff was later notified by a parent the male subject was behind the school. When school officials contacted SRO McPeak, he immediately performed an outside perimeter check of the school but was unable to find anyone fitting the description given.

Upon reviewing the school’s surveillance system, he was determined to be a white male wearing a black jacket, red shirt, black shorts and what appeared to be black boots. School personnel described the man as looking “rough,” and acting “very suspicious” when he was denied entry.

The school personnel noted the man slowly exited the building looking up in the corners of the walls and down hallways, which are visible through the glass doors.

The following day, the male subject was observed by a parent leaving the property in a four-door maroon Toyota Corolla. The parent and witnesses told school officials and Wilson County SRO they were unable to get a license plate number.

“We just want to know who the man was and why he was there,” Sheriff Robert Bryan said. “Our Office and the school system want to ensure our young people are safe. We do not know his motive for coming to the school, but we always take any incident out of the ordinary seriously. If you have information, please let us know.”

Anyone with information regarding the subject’s identity is asked to call WCSO at 615-444-1412.

 

Mar 18

Wilson County Grand Jury Indicts Woman for Homicide in Death of Baby Girl

Wilson County Grand Jury Indicts Woman for Homicide in Death of Baby Girl

A 19-year-old Watertown woman has been indicted for homicide in connection with her arrest following the death of her four-month-old baby girl last August.

The incident began when Wilson County Emergency Management Agency was called to a residence at 1874 Turner Road on August 18, 2015 regarding an infant girl not breathing. Preliminary investigation showed that the cause of death was unknown. Further investigation conducted by Sheriff’s Office detectives discovered inconsistent accounts given by individuals on the scene on the night of the incident.

After a lengthy investigation conducted by the Sheriff’s Office into the death and close collaboration with the district attorney’s office, the findings of this investigation were presented to the Wilson County Grand Jury.  Based on the findings of the grand jury, the mother of the child, Kenya Demoines Jarrett, was charged and arrested on Thursday for one count of criminally negligent homicide.

“Any time there are questions surrounding the death of a child, it is difficult for everyone involved,” said Sheriff Robert Bryan. “This arrest was made after careful and thorough investigation and consultation with the District Attorney’s Office.”

Jarret was has been released on $12,500 bond pending a court hearing before Circuit Court at 8:30 a.m. April 1.

 

Mar 18

WCSO, Metro Nashville Recapture Suspected Wilson Co. Felon who Fled Nashville Hospital

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WCSO, Metro Nashville Recapture Suspected Wilson Co. Felon who Fled Nashville Hospital

 Early this morning, Wilson County Sheriff’s Office detectives and Metro Nashville Police Narcotics Detectives recaptured a suspected felon wanted on numerous charges in Wilson County who apparently walked out of a Nashville hospital during a shift change Monday.

WCSO arrested 36-year-old old Homero Quintanilla Navarro of 5001 Saundersville Road just before 1 a.m. today in the Antioch area of Nashville. WCSO detectives aided by Metro Narcotics detectives located Navarro while checking various locations the subject was believed to have frequented. He was taken into custody without incident at a motel in Antioch near Interstate 24. He was booked into Wilson County Correctional Department just after midnight, where he is currently being held without bond pending a hearing on his charges.

“We are greatly relieved to have this suspect back in our custody,” said WCSO Chief Deputy Mike Owens. “We appreciate the Metro Narcotics detectives who assisted us with the capture of this suspect. We also appreciate the help of the media for getting the word out and his photograph. Our Number One priority has been, as always, to keep the citizens, especially those deeply affected by this case, safe.”

Navarro was wanted in connection with a series of events including a serious car crash, home invasion and burglary in neighborhoods near his home and assaulting WCSO deputies Sunday. Upon his arrest, he was immediately taken to Vanderbilt University Hospital Emergency Room under guard of WCSO until Monday when it was determined he was to be admitted for his injuries.

WCSO Chief Owens said Wilson County officers followed protocol and faxed all the outstanding warrants for Navarro to Vanderbilt Hospital and Police, verified Vanderbilt received the information and left him under care of Vanderbilt staff as per hospital protocol.

Sometime between the time he left the emergency room and was admitted into the hospital Monday morning, Vanderbilt Police officer assigned to the hospital who had just come on duty at the hospital (who was apparently not notified of his outstanding warrants) saw an unidentified female enter the hospital and leave with Navarro. Vanderbilt authorities contacted Metro Nashville Police and began canvassing the area for the suspect. They notified WCSO approximately two hours after our deputy left failing to find Navarro.

For the past three days, WCSO, Metro Nashville and Immigration authorities have been searching for Navarro, contacting associates he has in the Nashville and Wilson County areas. He is believed to have fled the state, possibly toward the Southwestern part of the country. Law enforcement has been notified in numerous states along with U.S. Border Patrol. He has been entered nationwide NCIC for outstanding warrants. Wilson County Sheriff’s Office will extradite upon capture.

Navarro’s run-in with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office began Sunday upon receiving a call where Navarro is believed to have forced his way into a home in the area of Tyne Boulevard and Saundersville Road. During the reported incident, he forced his way into another home at Teton Dr. in Wilson Co. When Sheriff’s deputies arrived at the home, he jumped out of the window. He fought with deputies, injuring at least two during his arrest.

WCSO also determined Navarro had previously crashed a Yellow H2 Hummer he was driving into a sign at a convenience store in a sharp curve at Tyne and Saundersville Road. Witnesses said the driver was travelling at a high rate of speed and struck the sign with such force, he uprooted a sign in the store parking lot from its concrete stabilizers.

After a search of Navarro’s vehicle was conducted, it was determined that alcohol and illegal narcotics were likely a determining factor in the crash and subsequent assault on the responding deputies. Deputies also recovered a stolen weapon and a large amount of cash and narcotics.

 

 

Mar 17

Authorities Searching for Suspected Wilson Co. Felon who Fled Hospital

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Authorities Searching for Suspected Wilson Co. Felon who Fled Hospital

 Wilson County Sheriff’s Office detectives, state and federal authorities are seeking any leads on a suspected felon wanted on numerous charges in Wilson County who apparently walked out of a Nashville hospital during a shift change.

WCSO arrested 36-year-old old Homero Quintanilla Navarro of 5001 Saundersville Road early Sunday following a series of events including a serious car crash, home invasion and burglary in neighborhoods near his home and assaulting WCSO deputies. Upon his arrest, he was immediately taken to Vanderbilt University Hospital Emergency Room under guard of WCSO until Monday when it was determined he was to be admitted for his injuries.

WCSO Chief Deputy Mike Owens said Wilson County officers followed protocol and faxed all the outstanding warrants for Navarro to Vanderbilt Hospital and Police, verified Vanderbilt received the information and left him under care of Vanderbilt staff as per hospital protocol.

“We are very perplexed by this series of unfortunate events,” Chief Owens said. “Our priority is for the safety of our citizens. Our hearts go out to the families who have been deeply affected by this escape. We ask anyone with any information on his whereabouts to please contact authorities. He is potentially dangerous as he is wanted for numerous felonies here including home invasion, assaulting our officers during his capture, possession of a firearm during commission of a felony and drug charges along with others.”

Sometime between the time he left the emergency room and was admitted into the hospital Monday morning, Vanderbilt Police officer assigned to the hospital who had just come on duty at the hospital (who was apparently not notified of his outstanding warrants) saw an unidentified female enter the hospital and leave with Navarro. Vanderbilt authorities contacted Metro Nashville Police and began canvassing the area for the suspect. They notified WCSO approximately two hours after our deputy left failing to find Navarro.

For the past three days, WCSO, Metro Nashville and Immigration authorities have been searching for Navarro, contacting associates he has in the Nashville and Wilson County areas. He is believed to have fled the state, possibly toward the Southwestern part of the country. Law enforcement has been notified in numerous states along with U.S. Border Patrol. He has been entered nationwide NCIC for outstanding warrants. Wilson County Sheriff’s Office will extradite upon capture.

Navarro’s run-in with the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office began Sunday upon receiving a call where Navarro is believed to have forced his way into a home in the area of Tyne Boulevard and Saundersville Road. During the reported incident, he forced his way into another home at Teton Dr. in Wilson Co. When Sheriff’s deputies arrived at the home, he jumped out of the window. He fought with deputies, injuring at least two during his arrest.

WCSO also determined Navarro had previously crashed a Yellow H2 Hummer he was driving into a sign at a convenience store in a sharp curve at Tyne and Saundersville Road. Witnesses said the driver was travelling at a high rate of speed and struck the sign with such force, he uprooted a sign in the store parking lot from its concrete stabilizers.

After a search of Navarro’s vehicle was conducted, it was determined that alcohol and illegal narcotics were likely a determining factor in the crash and subsequent assault on the responding deputies. Deputies also recovered a stolen weapon and a large amount of cash and narcotics.

Anyone with information regarding Navarro’s whereabouts is urged to call WCSO at 615-444-1412, Crime Stoppers at 615-444-5245 to remain anonymous or a local law enforcement agency.

Mar 14

WCSO Deputies Arrest Man for Fleeing Accident Scene, Home Invasion, Assaulting Officers

WCSO Deputies Arrest Man for Fleeing  Accident, Home Invasion, Assaulting Officers

Wilson County Sheriff’s Office arrested an Old Hickory man on numerous charges early Sunday following a car crash and home invasion of two Wilson County residences and assault of two officers.

The incident began when Wilson County Sheriff’s Office received a call regarding a possible home invasion in the area of Tyne Boulevard and Saundersville Road. During the reported incident, numerous people called the sheriff’s office in what turned into a series of events believed to be connected to one man.

According to the reports, a man forced his way into a victim’s home at Teton Dr. in Wilson Co. Deputies with the Sheriff’s Office responded to the scene immediately.

While en route to the initial scene, someone reported another incident involving a man entering a home on Saundersville Road. The residence was located just behind the initial reported home invasion at the Tyne and Saundersville intersection.

Upon arriving on the scene, deputies determined that the suspect in the initial call and the secondary call was the same person who earlier fled the scene of a severe vehicle crash. The crash occurred at a convenience store at the intersection of Tyne Boulevard and Saundersville Road, which is in a sharp curve. This vehicle was travelling at such high rate of speed that upon impact, it forced a concrete-anchored sign down into the parking lot.

The investigation shows thus far that a Yellow H2 Hummer being operated by 36-year-old old Homero Quintanilla Navarro of Old Hickory struck the sign, causing to collapse in the parking lot of the convenience store. After the crash, witnesses stated that Navarro fled on foot from the crash scene travelling east toward a residential area. Soon afterward, it is believed that Navarro forced his way into at least two victims’ homes for a short period of time, and exited both of the homes by jumping through the glass windows in each of the residences.

Deputies responding to the scene made contact with Navarro fleeing through the window of the second victim’s home, where they pursued him a short distance. Despite numerous demands for Navarro to comply with the deputies, he refused and had to be taken into custody while resisting arrest. During the course of Navarro’s arrest, he continued to actively assault the deputies causing minor injuries to at least two of them. At least one of the deputies had to seek medical treatment for injuries.

After a search of Navarro’s vehicle was conducted, it was determined that alcohol and illegal narcotics were likely a determining factor in the crash and subsequent assault on the responding deputies. Deputies also recovered a stolen weapon and a large amount of cash.

Navarro was charged with numerous offenses, including aggravated burglary, DUI, leaving the scene of an accident, evading arrest, assault on two officers and other charges.

“This is a very serious incident,” Sheriff’s Robert Bryan said. “We continue to investigate, and will present our findings to the District Attorney’s Office. Meanwhile, we are grateful no one was seriously injured. Our officers conducted themselves in an extremely professional manner under the circumstances.”

 

 

Mar 11

Information Sought in Connection with Homicide of Lebanon Man

Information Sought in Connection with Homicide of Lebanon Man

Wilson County Sheriff’s Office detectives are seeking the public’s help with any possible information regarding a homicide in the southeast portion of the county.

Deputies were dispatched to 3296 Rocky Valley Rd. in reference to a deceased man, according to initial reports. This individual was identified as the home owner; Mr. Paul McMahan who was 64 years of age and had resided at the home for some time.

Family members of the victim had located him inside the home unresponsive and called for medical assistance, initial reports stated. Upon the arrival of the Sheriff’s Office and WEMA personnel, the male occupant was found to be deceased. At this time, the Wilson Co. Sheriff’s office is investigating the incident as a possible homicide. This incident is part of an ongoing investigation of which leads are continuously being followed up on.

“We appreciate any information someone may have regarding anything that may have appeared suspicious or out of place at this address,” Sheriff Robert Bryan said. “We are treating this as a homicide at this time based on the trauma to the body. Based on the ongoing investigation thus far, this incident appears to be isolated and has not been associated with any other crimes in the area.”

If you have any information that would assist in the investigation, you can contact the Wilson Co. Sheriff’s Office at 615-444-1412 or crime stoppers at 615-444-5245 to remain anonymous.

 

Mar 09

6th Annual WCSO Sheriff’s Citizens’ Academy Gets Underway

029The Sixth Annual Wilson County Sheriff’s Citizens’ Academy gets underway with first class Tuesday night. Several participants, Alumni Association members and other community supporters stopped by to observe as the Class prepares for the 10-week, three-hour sessions that offer students a chance to get true understanding of how the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office and Jail operate. They will have hands-on training that will include a variety of scenarios and real-life experiences WCSO deputies face everyday. For more photos, see the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/wilsoncosheriff/