39-year-old Omie Nicole Osborne was charged with public intoxication and possession of meth after she climbed on top of a trash compactor behind the JCPenney at 401 S. Mt. Juliet Rd. and refused to come down claiming she was afraid because the ground was littered with guns.
43-year-old Hilary Andron of Raleigh, North Carolina, was charged with drunken driving after she was unable to maintain her own lane and then pulled over on the side of the road on Coles Ferry Pike May 26th, 2020.
38-year-old Jolene Mullins of Smyrna was charged with public intoxication after telling officers that she “didn’t have the fishing pole” when officers found her in the Lowe’s parking lot in Lebanon fumbling around.
24-year-old Emily Bolin was charged with domestic assault after her mother started recording their argument and she knocked the phone out of her hand, threw it out the door, and pushed her when she tried to retrieve it.
31-year-old Meagin Maddox, a pharmacy technician at the 1418 West Main Street Kroger in Lebanon, was charged with theft of property after loss prevention personnel caught her on camera stealing pills while handling customer orders.
36-year-old Jonathan Marthell of Lebanon was charged with criminal attempted burglary and public intoxication when he tried to break into a vehicle while Wilson County Emergency Management Planning Division Captain Daniel Cowan was sitting in the vehicle.
27-year-old Justin Crawford was charged with public intoxication after his father called the police on him at the Dollar General located at 8910 Sparta Pike in Watertown.
34-year-old Jennifer Page, of Crane Missouri, was charged with driving under the influence after she was pulled over on Interstate 40 for swerving in traffic. She was on prescription medication at the time.
18-year-old Scout Walker was charged with underage consumption, driving under the influence, possession of drug paraphernalia, and tampering with evidence after he was pulled over on a light law violation and was found to be intoxicated. On the way to jail, he attempted to conceal a container with marijuana residue.
55-year-old Karen Demoor was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct when she refused to follow the instructions of medical staff at the Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital and was being disruptive by taking photos with her phone and refusing to stay in her room.