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Williamson County K-9 tracks down domestic violence suspect – Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee

Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-11-30 16:51:14 –

Fairview, Tennessee (WTVF) — Authorities praise Williamson County K-9 for helping find suspected domestic violence hiding in a hut.

Late Saturday night, Fairview police officers answered a domestic call involving Terans Darnell Kilpatrick.

According to police, Kilpatrick escaped from the scene and hit the front end of a fairview police car. Fairview police said the damage to the police car was minor.

Williamson County Sheriff’s Office

Terans Darnell Kilpatrick

An adjutant to the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office was called in to help Fairview police officers, including Hayden Smith and K-9 Titus.

Titus tracked the suspect from the woods to the hut behind the resident’s house.

Officers searched but couldn’t find Kilpatrick, but Titus was relentless.

“Without the use of Titus and K-9, that would have been difficult,” said WCSO Chief Deputy Mark Erod. “They smell great, and the dog said,’I’m doing my job now you’re doing your job, go find him.'”

Looking again, police officers found Kilpatrick hiding in the loft behind some boxes.

Police arrested Kilpatrick on several charges, including drunk driving, left the scene of the accident, and suspended his driver’s license.



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