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MJPD taking apps for Citizen Police Academy
Tuesday, December 18, 2012

The Mt. Juliet Police Department is currently accepting applications for their upcoming session of the Citizen Police Academy. The academy provides community members with an inside look at local law enforcement, giving an overview of the police department’s function and operations.

Garrett named Public Safety Director, Hambrick new Chief
Thursday, December 13, 2012

Mt. Juliet City Manager Kenny Martin has appointed Andy Garrett the new Public Safety Director, and James Hambrick as the new Chief of Police. 

The position of Public Safety Director was recently created to oversee animal control, fire suppression and law enforcement. Garrett, who has been serving as Mt. Juliet Chief of Police since July 2008, will be involved in the implementation of the Mt. Juliet Fire Department, including the hiring of its new Fire Chief. The position will work in direct connection with the Police and Fire Chiefs, to ensure and improve emergency services and life safety operations under the Public Safety division.

Reorganization of city employees deferred
Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

A reorganization of city employees and an ordinance finalizing the liquor store rules were deferred at Monday’s meeting. 

MJPD busts theft and counterfeiting operation
Tuesday, December 11, 2012

The Mt. Juliet Police Department has put an end to a multistate counterfeiting and theft operation that has plagued the whole southeast United States for weeks. This was possible with the help of a local merchant and corporate security partnership that ensured Mt. Juliet Police investigators had proper information to stop the multistate crime spree.

Pizza delivery man robbed at apartments
Tuesday, December 11, 2012

A pizza delivery man was robbed by two men at Forrest View Apartments in Mt. Juliet Tuesday, Dec. 4.

The robbery took place around 11 p.m. after the 36-year old victim completed a delivery at an apartment. While the victim was walking back to his vehicle, he was approached by two suspects. One of the suspects was armed, and he ordered the victim to surrender his money. The victim complied, but the armed suspect opened the victim’s car trunk and told the victim to get in. Spooked by witnesses walking nearby, the suspects fled on foot before the victim ever had to enter his car’s trunk. The victim was able to flag down the witnesses who called police about the robbery. Mt. Juliet Police officers immediately responded two minutes after the call. Those officers searched the area for the suspects, but no one could be located.

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