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Tennessee Man Accused of Threatening to Join Islamic State and Kill Officer

September 19, 2014
A man arrested on suspicion of drunk driving told a Nashville officer, "I am going to join ISIS and when I do, you will be the first person I kill."

Video: Tennessee Officer Killed in Roadside Collision

May 12, 2014
Metro Nashville police officer, Michael Petrina, 25, was killed on Interstate 65 after being struck by a motorhome.

Nashville Police Allowed To Carry AR-15s

January 20, 2013
In response to the recent mass shooting in Newtown, Conn., and others, the Metro Nashville Police Department will allow trained officers to carry their personal AR-15 rifles inside their vehicles while on duty.

Six Tennessee Bloods Indicted for Murder, Conspiracy

February 24, 2011
Bloods gang members and associates allegedly committed and conspired to commit acts of murder, attempted murder, robbery, narcotics trafficking, bribery and extortion over a more than four-year period.

Nashville PD Recruits Camden Officers To Be Laid Off

December 16, 2010
A Nashville PD recruiter met with 20 Camden officers on Wednesday and said other departments will likely try to hire the officers. Camden is planning to lay off up to 180 officers from its 370-member force on Jan. 18.
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