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Two Hendersonville teens have been indicted by the Sumner County grand jury for attempted murder in relation to a robbery involving marijuana that occurred in November.

On July 1, a Goodlettsville police officer spotted a vehicle Hendersonville Police Department had recently distributed photos of in connection with a felony theft of nearly $7,000 in tools from a Hendersonville construction site.

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A Hendersonville woman has been charged with arson for allegedly setting fire to her boyfriend’s Birchwood Drive home five times in April.

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The only person to survive a string of brutal murders that claimed the lives of eight people in April has been released from the hospital, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI).

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following the hearing Wednesday. “I’ve never seen a case personally… where we have this many victims and every one of them are brutally murdered.”

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Michael Cummins, the 25-year-old Westmoreland man police say is responsible for the worst homicide event in Tennessee in at least 20 years, has been linked to an additional eighth murder that occurred last month in northern Sumner County.

Sumner County murder suspect Michael Cummins stopped contacting his probation officer just one week before the first of eight murder victims was found brutally killed last month, according to a spokesperson for the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC).

On the morning of May 2, Hendersonville police received reports of forced entry vehicle burglaries at Orange Theory Fitness at 281 Indian Lake Blvd. and at the NSI Center at 143 New Shackle Island Road.

The murder of seven people in northern Sumner County last weekend marks Tennessee’s deadliest homicide event in at least 20 years, according to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI).

The man police believe is responsible for killing seven people in northern Sumner County last week may have been planning to take his own life to avoid being arrested, according to two people interviewed by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation (TBI).

A Sumner County elementary school teacher charged with simple assault in November for grabbing two students by the back of the neck in the school’s lunch line has been reinstated by the school district and won’t face prosecution.