39-year-old Rosh Copeland was charged with reckless driving under the influence, implied consent and possession of marijuana, ecstasy, cocaine and drug paraphernalia when he zoomed past a patrol officer on Interstate 40 West.
54-year-old Darryl Box was charged with drug paraphernalia, possession of a firearm while committing a felony, possession of heroin, possession of ecstasy, possession of methamphetamine, possession of cocaine for resale, and possession of marijuana for resale after officers found paraphernalia in his vehicle while investigating a burglary call. On March 11th, police were dispatched for a possible burglary at 149 Walnut Way in Lebanon. While searching the vehicles in the vicinity, officers located a questionable vehicle parked in the driveway of 259 Walnut Way. According to affidavits, Glen Pitts had…
LEBANON, TN – In late 2019, Lebanon Police Department/Wilson County Sheriff’s Office Task Force Detectives began receiving multiple complaints and information about heroin/opioid and narcotics trafficking that involved a local Lebanon resident. Task Force Officers and Detectives began investigating the complaints and information. During the investigation, Detectives identified LaBryan Clemmons as a supplier of heroin and other narcotics to the Lebanon and Wilson County area. Detectives and officers also identified Cecelia Marchell Beasley as a co-conspirator with Clemmons. Clemmons is currently on parole for second-degree murder and drug offenses that occurred in Lebanon in 2008. Beasley is also on parole for accessory after the fact of second-degree murder and drug offenses in the same 2008 case with Clemmons.
46-year-old Terri Bishop & 47-year-old Clifford Banks both face a litany of drug charges after a routine traffic stop revealed a rubber-topped container of crystal meth in someone’s “buttcrack” as quoted in an arrest warrant, and other drugs in other places, including Heroin & Cocaine.
Detectives were notified by a business in Mt Juliet that suspicious packages had arrived with no labels. When the detectives arrived, indications of cocaine were present in the packages. A search warrant was obtained to search the boxes and detectives located 216 kilograms of powder cocaine.
Amanda Tufaro was in the parking lot of Mapco at 194 S. Mt. Juliet Road, when WCSO Officer Nathan Montoya pulled into an open parking space in his vehicle. She then exited her vehicle and approached the officer, yelling that he was in her parking space, and that he needed to move.