June Alcohol Compliance Checks

On June 23, 2016, members of the Hendersonville Police Department conducted alcohol compliance checks of several local establishments.

Twenty-Five locations were visited and all but one refused to sell an alcoholic beverage to an underage customer. The following establishments sold alcohol to an underage customer:

Barefoot Charlie’s located at 125 Sanders Ferry Road, the server charged was Zachary Quiton Light, age 21, of Hendersonville, Tennessee.

The offending server was cited for selling an alcoholic beverage to a minor and his court appearance were set for August 08, 2016 at 9:00 a.m. in the Sumner County General Sessions Court.

The H.P.D. would like to thank all businesses who were in compliance and remind all others that the H.P.D. will continue to do random checks of all businesses selling alcoholic beverages.

Anyone with information regarding any crimes is encouraged to call the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400. Tips can also be submitted by text to the number 274637 (crimes) using keyword TIPHPD.

Township Drive Burglaries

In the early morning hours of June 22, 2016 the Hendersonville Police Department responded to a complaint regarding two males seen entering vehicles at approximately 3:51am on Township Drive. The very alert witnesses were able to provide a description of the suspects and a direction that they ran towards. Officer Craig of the Hendersonville Police Department was able to locate the suspects on Pana Drive.

As a result of the investigation there were juvenile petitions taken out on four subjects. Two of the juveniles were charged with burglary, theft and curfew violation. The other two juveniles were charged with curfew violation and evading arrest.

This is just another example of what can be accomplished through the partnership of the citizens and police. If it were not for the assistance of these alert witnesses this crime could have possibly gone unsolved. We are very grateful that we have this relationship with the public and we continue to encourage anyone who has information regarding criminal activity to contact the Hendersonville Police Department.

We also encourage anyone who observes suspicious activity to immediately contact the police department. Those who live and work in Hendersonville are much more familiar with the normal activities that occur in their neighborhood or workplaces. They are better equipped to recognize activity or individuals that are not typical. The Hendersonville Police Department would like the opportunity to react to suspicious incidents that may detour criminal activity.

Another way to assist in detouring theft from vehicles is to make sure that valuables are removed from the passenger compartment of the vehicles. Locking your car doors will also prevent thefts. There have been several people arrested that later stated that they went through parking lots and driveways testing doors. They would not enter the vehicle unless the doors were left unlocked.

Anyone with information regarding this or other crime is encouraged to call the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400.  Tips can also be submitted by text to the number 274637 (crimes) using keyword TIPHPD.

Death Investigation

On June 20, 2016 the Hendersonville Police Department received a complaint of a gunshot victim on Bonita Parkway. The investigation has determined that the victim died of a single gunshot wound and there was no indication of foul play. Dead at the scene was 72 years of age William Carman of Hendersonville, Tennessee.

Anyone with information regarding this or other incident is encouraged to call the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400. Tips can also be submitted by text to the number 274637 (crimes) using keyword TIPHPD.

 

Burglary suspect

One June 20, 2016 the Hendersonville Police Department responded to a burglary in progress complaint on Chippendale Drive in Hendersonville. According to the victim she was in her home when she heard a noise. When she investigated the noise she was confronted by the suspect, who struck her and ran from the home.

K-9 and other Officers searched the area for the white male suspect and they were unsuccessful. The victim’s physical injuries were minor in nature and did not require any medical attention. She was able to prepare an artist rendering with the help of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, Forensic Imaging Specialist.

Anyone with information regarding this or other crime is encouraged to call the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400. Tips can also be submitted by text to the number 274637 (crimes) using keyword TIPHPD.

 

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Child Pornography Arrest

On June 1, 2016 the Hendersonville Police Department received information from the Metro Nashville Police Department that Beau McLaughlin Wildman was in possession of child pornography. The following day Metro Police Detectives and Detectives from the Hendersonville Police Department executed a search warrant at the Wildman residence on Spade Leaf Blvd in Hendersonville. During the search there were electronic devises that were seized and after an examination of the electronics it was determined that 33 year old Beau Wildman was in possession of child pornography.

On June 3, 2016 Wildman was arrested and charged with 20 counts of possession of child pornography and one count of possession of 100 or more images of child pornography. This is an ongoing investigation and more charges are anticipated. Bond is set at $200,000.00, with a General Sessions Court date of July 13, 2016 at 9:00 am.

Anyone with information regarding this or other crime is encouraged to call the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400. Tips can also be submitted by text to the number 274637 (crimes) using keyword TIPHPD.

 

Beau Wildman

Beau McLaughlin Wildman

Vehicle Burglary Arrests

On June 1, 2016 at approximately 8:05am, Officers from the Hendersonville Police Department responded to the report of a vehicle burglary that was in progress at Stark Knob boat ramp. The witness to the crime gave a vehicle description and a description of the suspects to the dispatcher. The two subjects were located and stopped on Volunteer Drive by Sgt. Clifford. After the investigation the following people were arrested:

Alex Allen, 19 years of age, from Hendersonville, bond is $5,000.00

Markus Baggett, 18 years of age, from Hendersonville, bond is $5,500.00

Both subjects were charged with 2 counts of burglary, theft of property under $500.00 and possession of burglary tools. They are currently being held in the Sumner County Jail awaiting their General Sessions Court Date of July 13, 2016 at 9:00am.

It is believed that these two committed other burglaries in the Hendersonville area on the same night. If anyone in Hendersonville experienced a burglary to their vehicle and they have not reported the burglary they are encouraged to contact the Hendersonville Police Department.

Anyone with information regarding this or other crime is encouraged to call the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400. Tips can also be submitted by text to the number 274637 (crimes) using keyword TIPHPD.

 

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Alex Allen                                                              Markus Baggett

Rape of a Child

On May 30, 2016, Officers from the Hendersonville Police Department responded to a home on Maple Way South regarding the attempted rape of a child. The investigation revealed that Sebastian Alonzo was spending the night at the home when he attempted to rape a child. The child’s father caught Alonzo as he was attempting the crime and detained him until the police arrived.

Sebastian Alonzo, 22 years of age, was charged with one count of attempted rape of a child. He has only been a resident of Hendersonville for the past three months. His bond is sat at $250,000.00 and his General Session Court date is June 22, 2016.

Anyone with information regarding this or other crime is encouraged to call the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400. Tips can also be submitted by text to the number 274637 (crimes) using keyword TIPHPD.

 

Sebastian Alonzo

Sebastian Alonzo

 

 

Mansker Farms Suspicious Incident

The Hendersonville Police Department continues to search for leads regarding an incident that was reported on May 23, 2016 at approximately 5:30 pm, in the Mansker Farms Community. During this incident a 10-year-old male juvenile reported that he was approached by a light skinned black male driving a white vehicle. Once the child reported this incident to his parents they were concerned that the suspect may have been attempting to lure their child to a vehicle.

 

The Hendersonville Police Department is delighted that this event did not evolve into the search for a missing child and would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone to be vigilant while their children are at play outdoors. Those who prey on small children may take advantage of the summer time events. Everyone is encouraged to report any suspicious incident to the Hendersonville Police Department. It will always be our goal to deter criminal activity, especially that criminal activity that involves children.

 

Anyone with information regarding this or other crime is encouraged to call the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400.

Child Pornography Possession Arrest

On 4/21/16, the Hendersonville Police Department received a complaint of a male subject that was viewing sexually explicit material on a computer in public view. This person was identified as Michael Hilliard (age 65) of Hendersonville.

Investigation revealed Hilliard was in possession of child pornography that resulted in him being charged with two counts of Sexual Exploitation of a Minor. He is being held in the Sumner County Jail on $150,000 bond.  Hilliard is scheduled to appear in Sumner County General Sessions Court on May 25, 2016 at 9:00 am. Anyone with information on Hilliard or other related crimes can call the Hendersonville Police at 615-822-1111 or the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400. Tips may also be submitted anonymously by text to the number 274637 (crimes) using keyword TIPHPD.

 

Hilliard

 

Hendersonville Police Arrest Ronald “Ron” Kyle after Scam

On 04-18-2016 Hendersonville Police arrested Ronald “Ron” Kyle, age 53 of Hendersonville. Kyle is charged with three counts of Theft over $60,000 after he scammed a Hendersonville couple using fraudulent real estate and investment deals. Kyle is being held on $35,000 bond in the Sumner County Jail. He is set to appear in the Sumner County Criminal Court on 04-22-2016.

Anyone with information on this or other related crimes can call the Hendersonville Police at 615-822-1111 or the Hendersonville Crime Stoppers at 615-573-5400.  Tips may also be submitted anonymously by text to the number 274637 (crimes) using keyword TIPHPD.

 

Ron Kyle