Just one day after labeling Kenneth Roy McIntyre “Murfreesboro’s Most Wanted Suspect,” Murfreesboro Police captured the registered sex offender Friday. McIntyre, 73, was arrested on the downtown square for failing to list his residency for three consecutive months. Murfreesboro Police had received a tip that McIntyre had been spotted in the area of Medical Center …

Update 3/16/2019: The woman has been identified as Carmen E. Simmons, 18, of Christiana, Tennessee. A Murfreesboro woman was pronounced dead Wednesday night after she was found suffering from a gunshot wound to the face. At approximately 9:44 p.m., Murfreesboro Police responded to a report of a “female possibly not breathing” at the 400 block …

Photo courtesy of Murfreesboro Police An investigation is underway into the late Tuesday night vandalism of a Confederate statue on Murfreesboro’s public square. The statue, which serves as a memorial for Confederate solders who died in battles around Rutherford County, is located on the square next to the old courthouse. The words “murderer,” “coward” and …

In a repetition of history, Murfreesboro Police responded to a report of stalking Wednesday afternoon, involving a former MTSU student and an unidentified suspect. The victim, a former student who was last enrolled at MTSU in the fall, told officers that while she was sitting in her car on her lunch break at Kroger she …

Photos by Angele Latham / MTSU Sidelines National Women’s History Month kicked off to a great start Tuesday evening during the Opening Ceremony in the Student Union Ballroom, thanks to the collaborative efforts of faculty, staff and the community. The ceremony featured extraordinary live music, performed in honor of Aretha Franklin, who is featured on …

Murfreesboro Police responded to a report of a domestic shooting and stabbing Thursday night at a home in Murfreesboro, according to an official press release. Police arrived at the home on Crystal Bear Trail at 11:31 p.m. where they found two people injured: one shot and one stabbed. Both were transported to separate hospitals for …