NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The holiday shopping season kicks off this weekend and police want shoppers to have a safe experience. As crime stats continue to rise, police can’t express the importance of being aware of your surroundings enough. As millions plan to head to the stores this weekend, the criminals won’t be left behind.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – A family is shaken after a brazen burglary in South Nashville. It happened during the day, and the burglars weren’t even deterred by the security system. “It was pretty devastating, pretty dramatic. We were pretty shaken up,” Julian Vaca told News 2. Despite multiple alarm signs in their yard and on the doors, burglars kicked in the back door of their home on Jay Street last Friday. “Our living room TV was gone, it’s on a wall mount, so it had been stripped from the wall.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – As families come together this week to celebrate the holiday, one Nashville family is doing everything they can to find the person who killed their son. The family of Ryan Trent is renewing their $11,000 reward for any information about his death. It’s been over a year now since he was shot while driving down Ellington Parkway. On September 28, 2016, in the early morning hours, Metro police responded to what they thought was a single-car crash.
A brazen burglary in South Nashville- the intruders yanked the camera and motherboard of the security system before taking off in the middle of the day. Hear the story on @WKRN@4:30 https://t.co/fZN9L1qxVn
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Selecting a term
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