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Williamson County Inmate Search (Tennessee)

Perform a free Williamson County, TN public inmate records search, including inmate rosters, lists, locators, lookups, inquiries, and active jail inmates.


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Williamson County Inmate Search & Jail Roster Lookuphttps://apps.tn.gov/foil-app/search.jspSearch Williamson County, Tennessee inmate roster by first and last name, gender, DOB, and find visitation, contact, and commissary program policies.

Williamson County Sheriff Websitehttp://www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov/index.aspxView Williamson County Sheriff home page, including hours, phone number, and address.

Find Williamson County Inmate Records

A Williamson County Inmate Search provides detailed information about a current or former inmate in Williamson County, Tennessee. Federal, Tennessee State, and local Williamson County prison systems are required to document all prisoners and public inmate records on every incarcerated person. An Offender search can locate an inmate, provide visitation and contact information, and it may include the inmate's offenses and sentence.

Learn about Inmate Searches, including:

  • How to locate an inmate in Williamson County, TN
  • Find out who is in jail
  • Where to get arrest mugshots online
  • How to call, visit, and send money to inmates in Williamson County jail or prison
  • When someone will get out of jail or prison

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Williamson County Public Records

Sours: https://www.countyoffice.org/tn-williamson-county-inmate-search/

Williamson County TN Jail

Williamson County TN Jail basic information to help guide you through what you can do for your inmate while they are incarcerated. The facility's direct contact number: 615-790-5560

The Williamson County TN Jail is a medium-security detention center located at 408 Century Ct Franklin, TN which is operated locally by the Williamson County Sheriff's Office and holds inmates awaiting trial or sentencing or both. Most of the sentenced inmates are here for less than two years. Williamson County accepts inmates from surrounding towns, municipalities, the US Marshal's Service and the Franklin Police Department who do not have their own long-term lock-up.

Detention is the division responsible for housing pre-trial and sentenced detainees in the John I. Easley Jr., Criminal Justice Center. The Criminal Justice Center encompasses approximately 121,000 square feet and sits on approximately 19 acres. Capacity is 454 inmate beds.

When an individual is arrested, they are transported to the Sheriff’s Office Criminal Justice Center to be processed. During this process, Intake Deputies will complete the following; all personal property will be logged and taken from the arrestee, it will be placed into a sealed property bag and returned only upon release, they will permit the new intake to use the phone, collect all of the individual’s information, ask a series of questions, take their fingerprints and their photographs. If a new intake is not going to make bond they will be processed further and placed into a housing section while they await their court date. The entire intake process can range from 1 hour up to several hours depending on the number of people waiting to be processed or coming in or being released at that time.

Intake/Release is an extremely busy area and we always do our best to get everyone processed as quickly as possible. Inmates do have the ability to bond out at any time of the day (except for those who wish to make a property bond or their bond amount exceeds the limit that we can do here at our facility).

Bond Docket is held at approximately 8:30 A.M. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday through a closed circuit television. If individual wishes to bond out on a day Bond Docket is held, please understand we will not be able to do so until we receive the original paperwork from the courthouse. This can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours after Bond Docket is completed. In addition to doing the intake process on all new arrestees, Intake Deputies also handle the intake process for all Misdemeanor Citations, Property Releases and all Public Fingerprints.
When turning yourself in to serve time, there are a few things that you can do to expedite your process. When you arrive at the CJC or Courthouse (Depending on where you are scheduled to report) bring as little as possible with you. You are only allowed (2) two white t-shirts, (2) two white sports bras (no plastic or metal), (2) two white pair of underwear and (2) two pair of white socks. Prescription medication is allowed if it is in its original container with the inmate’s name on it. (No over the counter medication is allowed) Plastic frame prescription glasses are allowed. Nothing except what is listed is permitted.

If you bring cash in with you it will only be returned in the form of a check (directly from Commissary Services of Nashville/$2.00 Fee) or at the time of your release on a debit card ($3.95 fee). Please leave purses, phones, backpacks etc. at home.

New intakes reporting to serve time are allowed to bring in each of the following items;
2 WHITE UNDERWEAR, 2 WHITE PAIR OF SOCKS, 2 WHITE T-SHIRTS, 2 BRAS (NO UNDER WIRE)
No long sleeved shirts or thermals allowed!
Nothing can be brought in after an inmate is booked in. Medication can be brought in or dropped off but has to be in the original bottle (No schedule narcotics allowed. No over the counter medication allowed.)

COMMISSARY - Williamson County Criminal Justice Center-Facility Locator Number 31
Commissary orders can be placed through the kiosk located in each inmate housing area; starting Friday 6:00 pm through Sunday 6:00 pm. Orders will be delivered on Monday afternoon. Inmates must have money on their account prior to placing your order.
Money orders can be dropped off for an inmate at anytime; there is also a kiosk in the front lobby that will accept debit, credit cards or cash. You can also visit this website www.govpaynow.com or call 1-888-277-2535.

Sours: https://www.inmateaid.com/prisons/williamson-county-tn-jail
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Intake/Booking

Booking2.jpgWhen an individual is arrested, they are transported to the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Justice Center to be processed. During this process, Intake Deputies will complete the following; all personal property will be logged and taken from the arrestee, it will be placed into a sealed property bag and returned only upon release, they will permit the new intake to use the phone, collect all of the individual’s information, ask a series of questions, take their fingerprints and their photographs. If a new intake is not going to make bond they will be processed further and placed into a housing section while they await their court date. The entire intake process can range from 1 hour up to several hours depending on the number of people waiting to be processed or coming in or being released at that time. Intake/Release is an extremely busy area and we always do our best to get everyone processed as quickly as possible. Inmates do have the ability to bond out at anytime of the day (except for those who wish to make a property bond or their bond amount exceeds the limit that we can do here at our facility). 

Bond Docket is held at approximately 8:30 A.M. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday through a closed circuit television. If an individual wishes to bond out on a day Bond Docket is held, please understand we will not be able to do so until we receive the original paperwork from the courthouse. This can take anywhere from 30 minutes to 2 hours after Bond Docket is completed. In addition to doing the intake process on all new arrestees, Intake Deputies also handle the intake process for all Misdemeanor Citations, Property Releases and all Public Fingerprints. (For more information please view the “Public Fingerprints” page on this site). 

Booking2.jpgWhen turning yourself in to serve time, there are a few things that you can do to expedite your process. When you arrive at the CJC or Courthouse (Depending on where you are scheduled to report) bring as little as possible with you. You are only allowed (2) two white t-shirts, (2) two white sports bras (no plastic or metal), (2) two white pair of underwear and (2) two pair of white socks. Prescription medication is allowed if it is in its original container with the inmate’s name on it. (No over the counter medication is allowed) Plastic frame prescription glasses are allowed. Nothing except what is listed is permitted. 

If you bring cash in with you it will only be returned in the form of a check (directly from Commissary Services of Nashville/$2.00 Fee) or at the time of your release on a debit card ($3.95 fee). Please leave purses, phones, backpacks etc. at home.

Sours: https://www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov/1537/IntakeBooking
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How to find an Inmate already convicted of a felony and sentenced in the state of Tennessee

State Inmates

Most states have Department of Corrections websites that allow you to type in a felon's first and last name and pull up inmates in that state. Go to this page for inmates in Tennessee. If you need to find an inmate in another state prison system, go here.

When you click next to the inmate's name or on a link, it will show you which jail or prison the inmate is housed in. If the inmate is no longer incarcerated, but is on parole/probation or discharged, it will tell you that as well. In addition, many state prison inmate pages show recent mug shots.

Federal Inmates

The federal prison system has its own inmate locator called the Bureau of Prisons Inmate Locator.

Type in the inmate's name and it will tell you where he or she is incarcerated and their projected release date. It also lists released federal prison inmates and the date they were released.

Federal inmates who are moved from one prison to another will show as "No longer in federal custody" on the system until they reach their next federal prison destination. This movement can take a few days to several months to complete, so keep checking back to find out where the inmate was taken.

ICE Inmates

The ICE Detainee Lookup allows friends, family members and interested parties to locate illegal and/or undocumented immigrants that are in the United States without permission.

They are held in detention centers approved by Immigration Custody and Enforcement until their hearing or date they are deported back to their home country.

To look up the detainee, users need the full legal name the person used upon their arrest and the country the person claimed they originated from. It helps to also have the "A-number", which is the number that ICE assigned to them upon their detention, which you can use instead of attempting to type the detainee's name.

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Franklin Police News

Guillermo Leon, a 57-year-old resident of Reville Court, in Franklin, was shot at 5:15, Tuesday night, during an argument outside of his home.

Leon had just arrived home when he and 27-year-old Brenton Johnson, who was visiting the nearby home of a relative, exchanged words. Johnson shot Leon during the argument, and Leon died at the hospital a short time later.

Guillermo Leon’s family is devastated by his loss. Franklin Police are working closely with Leon’s family to support them during a period of unimaginable trauma.

Charged with Criminal Homicide, Johnson is being held on the $400,000 bond set by the Magistrate. No word, yet, on his court date.

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Police in Franklin have stopped two catalytic converter thieves in their tracks.

Officers interrupted an in-progress theft last week in the CoolSprings Galleria parking lot. Laquetta Eugene, 44, of Houston, TX, and 32-year-old Chesare Rivers of Memphis were arrested on September 30. Officers spotted Rivers under a car with an electric saw, and moved in. After they did, they discovered 26 catalytic converters in the car Eugene was driving. All of them appear to have been cut off of victim’s vehicles, and detectives are hoping to identify some of those victims.

Laquetta Eugene | Age: 44 | Houston, TX

Laquetta Eugene | Age: 44 | Houston, TX

Chesare Rivers | Age: 32 | Memphis, TN

Chesare Rivers | Age: 32 | Memphis, TN

Cars missing a catalytic converter will have a loud roaring sound, especially when accelerating. Criminals who steal catalytic converters are hoping to cash in on up to $800 on the black market. The high value is due to precious metals like platinum and rhodium that are used to make them.

If your catalytic converter was stolen in the past couple of weeks, Franklin Police want to hear from you. Victims can contact Franklin PD Criminal Investigations at (615) 791-3237.

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Vasiliy Birak
Age: 48
Columbia, TN

A Columbia man remains behind bars for his second DUI after nearly striking a pedestrian and shattering a telephone pole on Saturday.

Shortly after 4:00, Saturday afternoon, officers responded to the hit & run crash in the 1100 block of W. Main Street. Officers found the truck on Downs Blvd and determined that the driver, 48-year-old Vasiliy Birak, of Columbia, was impaired.

Charged with DUI – 2nd Offense, Reckless Driving, Reckless Endangerment with a Deadly Weapon, Leaving the Scene of a Crash, Failure to Report a Crash, and Violation of the Implied Consent law, Birak remains jailed on a $15,500 bond. His court date is pending.

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Christopher Bryson
Age: 41
Franklin, Tennessee

An investigation into the July 24 vandalism of the business at 128 Holiday Court has resulted in the arrest of 41-year-old Christopher Bryson, Tuesday.

Detectives determined that Bryson spray-painted the building and a vehicle at that location. Bryson is a contractor who had been working for the victim.

Charged with Felony Vandalism, Bryson is due in court on October 26. He is currently being held on the $2,000 bond set by the Magistrate.

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Willis Oothout
Age: 23
Nashville, TN

At 12:40 this morning, a Franklin Police Officer spotted a car careening into Franklin’s downtown neighborhood on 3rd Avenue. Radar indicated that the driver, 23-year-old Willis Oothout, was traveling 70 in the 30 MPH zone. After stopping Oothout, officers determined that he was impaired, and arrested him.

Charged with DUI and Reckless Driving, Oothout remains jailed on a $5,000 bond. He is due in court on October 12.

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A drunk driver who had two kids in the car was arrested Tuesday night. Facing several serious charges, she remains behind bars this morning.

Kelly Boyer
Age: 28
Nashville, TN

At about 11:00 pm on July 20, officers began searching for the suspect’s vehicle after citizens called in to report the driver’s erratic behavior. Officers found the vehicle being driven on the wrong side of McEwen Drive near Mallory Lane. Its front bumper was missing, and other vehicle parts were being dragged from the vehicle’s undercarriage.

Officers stopped the car and determined that the driver, 28-year old Kelly Boyer, was impaired. Two children, ages 7 and 1, were found in the back seat.

Charged with DUI, Failure to Exercise Due Care, x2 counts of Child Abuse, and Felony Reckless Endangerment, Boyer remains jailed on the $34,500 bond set by the Magistrate. Her first court appearance is set for July 27.

Please, please don’t drink and drive,
– it’s a deadly combination

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Victor Hugo Ortiz
Age: 45
Lexington, KY

A Kentucky man remains jailed in Franklin after trying to stab a bouncer. Officers were summoned to the Tin Roof 2 at 1:10 am, Sunday, after 45-year-old Victor Ortiz tried stabbing a bouncer who had asked him to leave, in the neck. The bouncer was armed with a handgun and ordered Ortiz to drop the knife. Arriving officers found Ortiz, and the knife, in his car in the parking lot and arrested him.

Charged with Aggravated Assault, Reckless Endangerment with a Deadly Weapon, Public Intoxication, and Disorderly Conduct, Ortiz remains jailed on a $70,000 bond. His first court appearance is today.

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An impaired driver remains jailed this morning after running over a man and then leaving the scene, last Thursday.

At 4 p.m. on June 3, Officers were summoned to the business at 303 S. Royal Oaks Blvd. after 39-year-old Bianca Bankston ran over another worker who was trying to keep her from driving impaired. Bankston then crashed into another vehicle before fleeing.

A nearby Franklin Police Officer spotted the orange Hummer Bankston was driving, moments later, as it was turning onto Murfreesboro Rd. After stopping Bankston, the officer determined that she was impaired, and arrested her. Bankston is due in court today, and remains jailed on a $35,000 bond. Her charges are as follows:

Bianca Bankston
Age: 39
Nashville, TN

  • DUI — Second Offense
  • Aggravated Assault
  • Vehicular Assault
  • Reckless Endangerment with a Deadly Weapon
  • Leaving the Scene of an Injury Crash
  • Leaving the Scene of a Crash and Failing to Give Aid or Information
  • Violation of the Implied Consent Law
  • Driving Without Insurance
  • Driving While Suspended

The man Bankston ran over was very seriously injured, and remains hospitalized.

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Alona Sanford
Age 18
Franklin, TN

At 11:50, Sunday night, officers responded to reports that a car had struck a home in the 300 block of Battle Avenue, and that the driver had fled. Arriving officers found the vehicle unoccupied. There was significant damage to both the vehicle and the home.

A Williamson County Sheriff’s Deputy, who had responded to the area to assist, found a person walking nearby. That person, 18-year-old Alona Sanford, of Franklin, was determined to be the driver who fled after crashing into the house. No one inside the home was injured, and Sanford suffered only minor injuries.

Charged with  Leaving the Scene of a Crash, Sanford is free on the $2,000 bond set by the magistrate. She is due in court on August 24.

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Suspect and suspect vehicle

Thanks to help from the public, the suspect who exposed himself to a teen worker in the Chick-fil-A drive-thru at Berry Farms has been identified.

Last night, Detectives charged 48-year-old Robert Rawson of unincorporated Franklin with Indecent Exposure. He is due in court on August 4.

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Williamson County, TN: One of America's Best Places to Live

Lookup Inmates in Williamson County, Tennessee. Results May Include: Arrest Records, Mugshot, IDN#, Case #, Document Type, Booked/Served, Charges, Court Date, Case, Division, Court Event, Court Role, DOB, Address, Race.

Williamson County Tennessee Sheriff Overview

Williamson County is located in the Middle Tennessee region. It was created in 1799 and named in honor of North Carolina politician Hugh Williamson who was one of the men who signed the US constitution. The county seat is Franklin. The zip codes in Williamson County are 37046, 37135, 38476, 37062, 37064, 37067, 37069, 37174, and 37179.

The chief law enforcement officer in Williamson County is Sheriff Jeff Long. You can reach him at (615) 790-5560 or via email at [email protected] The Sheriff’s second-in-command is Chief Deputy Robert “Dusty” Rhoades who is responsible for ensuring the efficient and effective running of the day-to-day operations of the Sheriff’s Office. You can reach him at [email protected] Captain Mike Dobbins heads the Detention Division of the department. You can reach him at [email protected]

Williamson County Sheriff’s Office:

Address: 408 Century Court, Franklin, TN 37064

Phone: (615) 790-5560

Fax: (615) 790-5580

Inmate Search in Williamson County Jail

To locate an inmate at the Williamson County Jail, you can call 615-790-5570. A deputy will be able to give the basic information on an inmate who has been booked in the facility such as bond amounts and charges.

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office posts the county’s Most Wanted list. Any information you have on the whereabouts of an individual on this list can be submitted to the WCSO Crime Stoppers at (615) 794-4000.

Important Jail Policies and Procedures:

Visitation days are Saturday and Sunday only. Visitation is on a first come, first served basis. Inmates can have one visit per day, with two adults and up to three children. Visitors are required to show up 30 minutes prior to the time they wish to visit. They must have a valid ID to sign in. Visitors are not allowed to have any items other than their keys when coming in for visitation. Phones, tablets, or accessories of any kind are not allowed in the visitation booth. Visitors must be dressed appropriately; low cut shirts or those with spaghetti straps, jeans with any holes, or skirts/shorts that are above the knee are NOT permitted.

Visitation Schedule:

08:30 – 09:00: Male Protective Custody

09:00 – 9:30: Male Medical

09:30 – 10:00: Males

10:00 – 10:30: Males

10:30 – 11:00: Males

11:00 – 11:30: Males

11:30 – 12:00: Females Medical

12:00 – 12:30: Females

12:30 – 13:00: Females

13:00 – 13:30: Female Protective Custody

13:30 – 14:00: Males

14:00 – 14:30: Males

14:30 – 15:00: Males

15:00 – 15:30: Males

Lockdown inmates are also allowed visitation as long as they meet the following requirements:

Inmate must be locked down for 30 days prior to visit

Inmate may not receive any disciplinary actions 30 days prior to visit

No security lockdowns or 2 deputies present may have visits

Male Visits are:

730 AM on the first Sunday of the month

800 AM on the first Sunday of the month

Female Visits are:

11 AM on the first Sunday of the month

*All normal visitation rules mentioned above also apply to lockdown inmate visits.

You can send funds to an inmate’s commissary account in a number of ways:

US Postal money orders made payable to Commissary Services of Nashville with the inmate’s name and I.D number clearly written on the memo line must be mailed to: Commissary Services of Nashville, P.O. Box 90441, Nashville, TN 37209.

A kiosk in the front lobby of the Williamson County Criminal Justice Center accepts debit, credit cards or cash. You can also call 1-855-836-3364, or visit www.vendengine.com and deposit funds using debit/credit cards.

Sex Offender Search and Lookup:

Sex offenders must have their information recorded in the state and national sex offender databases after their release from jail. These systems are used to promote public safety and awareness by monitoring the movements of sex offenders. Sex offenders are people who were charged and found guilty of committing or attempting to commit an illegal offense that involves sexual motivation. Some examples of crimes that fall under this description are rape, prostitution, and child pornography. Go to https://www.tn.gov/tbi/section/tennessee-sex-offender-registry for data on sex offenders residing in Williamson County. However, the state cannot guarantee the completeness of accuracy of the information in the database. This is because some offenders may not always comply with the registration law. You may find some entries in the system containing previously known addresses or incomplete addresses.

Bail and Bondsman

A person charged with a crime in Williamson County is allowed to post bail. Bail is the money that the court asks for in exchange for allowing a defendant to stay out of jail while the trial is pending. Bail also helps guarantee that the defendant will show up for all his scheduled court appearances. If he does not, he loses the money.

A bondsman can be used if the defendant (or his family) is unable to come up with the bond money on their own. The bondsman usually charges 10% of the bail amount as his fee.

Williamson County Jail Statistics
Number of Persons Confined317
Avg Daily Population346
Name of new facilitynot applicable
Full time payroll94
Full time total employees94
Total salaries and wagesnot applicable
Other operating expendituresnot applicable
Total construction costsnot applicable
Equipment, furnishings, etcnot applicable
Year of original construction1989
Year of major renovation2001
Name of new facilitynot applicable

Address: 408 CENTURY COURT FRANKLIN TN 37064

Williamson County Unemployment and Median Household Income
Civilian Labor Force Annual Average, 2016111,585
Number Employed Annual Average, 2016107,712
Number Unemployed Annual Average, 20163,873
Unemployment Rate, 20163.5
Median Household Income Annual Average, 2015104,367

Sources: Unemployment – Bureau of Labor Statistics LAUS data, Median Household Income – Census Bureau SAIPE data, Rural Classifications – USDA Economic Research Service

Williamson County Poverty Data
Estimate of People of All Ages In Poverty 201410,548
Estimate Percentage of People of All Ages In Poverty 20155.0

Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Model-based Small Area Income & Poverty Estimates (SAIPE)

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Other Duties

Sheriffs also have many duties that are civil in nature. They include the duty to execute and return, according to law, the civil process and orders of the courts of record and general sessions courts. Sheriffs and their deputies serve subpoenas, execute writs of possession, levy writs of execution, which involve taking property to satisfy judgments, serve garnishments, and serve orders of protection.

 Each of these civil duties, as well as many others, have specific requirements, time requirements, and duties with which the sheriff and deputy sheriffs must be familiar.

 Additionally, the sheriff, or an officer designated by the sheriff, must attend all courts held in the county. This is generally when a deputy sheriff acts as court officer or bailiff. Sheriffs and their deputies operate under strict legal standards and must strive to perform their duties correctly.

 For example, failure to respect the civil rights of citizens, including prisoners, can result in personal liability. The actions of sheriffs and deputies often serve as the basis of lawsuits initiated by persons displeased with what has happened to them.

 Sheriffs must be acquainted with the civil and criminal aspects of the federal civil rights laws, the Tennessee Governmental Tort Liability Act and numerous other laws. 

Sours: https://www.williamsoncounty-tn.gov/20/Sheriff


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