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On June 24 a felony theft of property stolen from a residence on Hepplewhite Drive was reported police. The investigation resulted in a felony theft warrant being obtained for James Daye, 32, of Hendersonville.

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Detectives with the Hendersonville Police Department charged two juveniles last weekend in connection with a string of vehicle thefts and vehicle burglaries. The incidents occurred in the Rockland Road and Riviera Drive area and spanned approximately two weeks. 

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On July 21, Hendersonville police responded to the area of Scotch Street concerning a domestic violence incident where the suspect, identified as Mark Bain, attempted to strike his uncle with a golf club following a verbal altercation.

On June 25-26, Hendersonville police responded to multiple vehicle burglaries in the Mansker Farms and Glen Oak subdivisions including a stolen vehicle in the area of White Oak Court.

There were 186 crimes reported in Sumner County elementary and secondary schools in 2017, according to data submitted by local law enforcement agencies to the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation.

On June 15, officers with the Hendersonville Police Department were dispatched to the area of Rockland Road on a robbery call. The victim stated that he was picked up by a female friend at the Speedway market located at 1063 W. Main St.

On June 6, Hendersonville police were called to 126 Walton Ferry Rd. on a suspicious incident.  A window was broken in the apartment and the complaint thought she heard someone inside.

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On May 31, officers with the Hendersonville Police Department were dispatched to the Relax Inn, located at 179 W. Main St., on a suspicious incident call. Hotel staff had called the police in reference to a female chasing a male around the parking lot. 

On May 8, Hendersonville Police responded to the Region’s Bank located in the Glenbrook Shopping Center on the report of someone attempting to cash a stolen check.  The suspect fled the scene in a white, newer model, Toyota Sienna minivan. 

Two men fishing early Saturday near Rockland Park made an unexpected discovery when their Fish Finder sonar detected a car in Old Hickory Lake. According to HPD Lt. Jim Vaughn, the men were fishing near the park’s boat ramp at around 6 a.m. on May 5 when they made the discovery and contacted…