Man’s best friend helping officers crack child exploitation cases

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WTVF) — Child exploitation cases are increasing across the country, and detectives are working hard to lock up offenders. “People are sharing it over the internet at rates, you know, 10 or 15 years ago wasn’t possible,” Williamson County Sheriff’s Office Digital Forensic Examiner Paul Lusk explained. Paul Lusk works in the basement…

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Williamson County K-9 helps Internet Crimes Task Force indict 15 people over summer

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — It can take as little as a few seconds for an eight-year-old black lab name Remi to sniff out an SD card or even a cell phone. “Remi looks for electronic devices that may be hidden,” said Lee Eaves. Eaves is Remi’s handler The two met four years ago when…

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Williamson County police dog helps detect online child sex crimes

FRANKLIN, Tenn. (WZTV) — A police dog in Middle Tennessee is responsible for assisting in online child sex crime investigations that led to the indictment of 15 people since the spring. K-9 Officer Remi is Tennessee’s first electronic detection dog. She can locate hidden storage devices that may contain evidence in criminal cases. The Williamson…

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‘They have become pretty crafty’: Nashville International Airport K-9 continues to sniff out illegal drugs

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – As thousands of people travel in and out of the Nashville International Airport, not all passengers are there for just a trip. News 2 went digging into the numbers, looking at arrests happening within BNA, and the numbers reveal drug dogs have been staying busy. “The volume of narcotics trafficking is…

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Franklin officer Finn returns home after fight for his life

Franklin police officer Sean Finn was treated to an emotional homecoming on Wednesday. He returned to Nashville after battling COVID-19 in a South Florida hospital for 100 days. Family, friends and his Franklin Police Department family were all gathered together as a private jet flying him home finally landed. Finn, 32, caught COVID-19 during the…

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COVID-fighting Tennessee police officer home after long stay in South Florida

A Tennessee police officer who’s been battling a nearly fatal case of COVID in South Florida is finally home tonight. Today has been nearly four months in the making for Officer Sean Finn, his wife Lauren, and their daughters Reagan and Caroline. “Surreal, surreal to go home. I’m so ready to see my daughters,” Sean…

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Franklin officer returns home to Tennessee after months-long fight with COVID

Email Share Icon NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — A Middle Tennessee police officer returned home Wednesday after being hospitalized with COVID-19 pneumonia for months. Franklin Police Officer Sean Finn contracted the virus in late 2021. He was admitted to the hospital on January 1. After showing no signs of improvement, Finn had to be flown to…

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Franklin welcomes FPD Officer Sean Finn home

The Franklin community welcomed Franklin Police Officer Sean Finn home following a months-long hospitalization for COVID-19. Finn was hospitalized in December 2021 before being transported to a Florida hospital for more specialized treatments, and in March a benefit concert was held to support the Finn family. Finn was welcomed home by his family and dozens…

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Family & fellow officers to welcome Officer Sean Finn home; Finn arriving back in Nashville today after battling illness since January, in Florida

Officer Sean Finn was hospitalized with severe COVID Pneumonia on January 1. His condition worsened, and six days later he was placed on a ventilator. After showing no promising signs of improvement, Officer Finn was flown to a south Florida hospital where he was placed on ECMO, a full lung bypass. All of this while…

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Franklin officer with COVID since Jan. 1 returns home from Florida

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WSMV) – A Franklin police officer hospitalized in Florida with severe COVID pneumonia since January returned to Tennessee on Wednesday. Sean Finn was hospitalized in Florida on Jan. 1. His condition worsened and six days later he was placed on a ventilator. After showing no signs of improvement, Finn was flown to a…

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