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Public Information Officer

If you are a member of the media and wish to obtain information regarding an incident in the City of Gallatin, coordinate access to a departmental event, or receive information on a given topic, please contact us as listed below.

The current Public Information Officers are Officer Bill Storment and Captain Kate Novitsky. They are available during business hours on weekdays and on a call-out basis on nights and weekends. Officer Bill Storment can be reached at 615-452-1313 ext. 215 and Captain Kate Novitsky can be reached at 615-452-1313 ext. 216

Gallatin Police Department
130 W. Franklin St.
Gallatin, TN 37066

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Alleged Sexual Assault - Tuesday, March 03, 2015

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Contact: Sgt. Chris ShockleyE
Officer Bill Storment

Gallatin Police need assistance from the public in identifying and locating a male subject wanted for questioning in an alleged sexual assault that occurred on February 28, 2015. The suspect entered a local business where he asked for assistance from a female employee. While she attempted to help him over about a ten minute time span, the suspect allegedly touched the employee numerous times in an inappropriate manner. The suspect is a heavy set white male in his 40’s to 50’s. The photo below was taken from store surveillance video showing the suspect.

Anyone having information concerning the identity or whereabouts of the suspects pictured below is requested to call the Gallatin Police Department at 615-452-1313.


Stolen FedEx package - Thursday, February 26, 2015

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Contact: Officer Ross Hollin

On 02-25-15 at approximately 2:50 pm officers responded to an address on Long Hollow Pike, in reference to a stolen FedEx package. Victim described the white male suspects as 18-21 years old, medium height and medium build. Victim took a photograph of the suspects’ vehicle. The vehicle is a Dark Blue two door Ford Explorer with aftermarket wheels.


Lowes Shoplifting - Wednesday, February 18, 2015

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Contact: Officer Bill Storment
Sgt. James Stinson

Gallatin Police need assistance locating two suspects involved in a shoplifting that occurred at the Gallatin Lowes on February 14, 2015. Video surveillance captured the unknown suspects as they entered the store around 1:30 pm. The suspects are a white male and a white female. The unknown male suspect placed a Husqvarna chainsaw valued at $400 into a shopping cart and left the store without paying. The suspect then placed the merchandise into a gray Chrysler Sebring driven by the female suspect and fled. These suspects are believed to the same suspects involved in several similar crimes in Davidson County. The photos below show the suspects.