34-year-old Denshia Majors was charged with three counts of child neglect, assault, disorderly conduct, resisting, and evading arrest after police observed two of her children playing in a parking lot unattended and her 9-month-old child laying in her unlocked home, all wearing only soiled diapers. She still had not returned home within an hour of police calling her.
50-year-old Terrie Jennings was charged with disorderly conduct when her estranged husband angered her when he stopped by to retrieve his personal effects. Jennings would not calm down and caused a neighborhood disruption.
26-year-old Asia Crawley was charged with assault and disorderly conduct after attacking an Academy Sports employee that approached her while she was attempting to conceal merchandise and when she tried to escape, she knocked several items off the shelf, per report.
51-year-old Stefanie Dyer was charged with disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after yelling at the employees of an Under Armor and then flipped off the officer that arrived to escort her out.
55-year-old Joel Martin was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct after he was reported to police for cursing and arguing with store employees and was found in the parking lot with a half-empty bottle of vodka in his front pocket.
54-year-old Glenda Carson was charged with urinating all over herself and screaming at several people then telling police “I won a spiritual battle and peed the devil out of myself.”
24-year-old Zyrone Reed was charged with assault and disorderly conduct after cornering a doctor in an emergency room of the Vanderbilt Wilson County Hospital and reportedly made threats to kill Dr. Karl Kelley while attempting to treat him.
41-year-old Steven Hill was charged with public intoxication and disorderly conduct when he cussed and yelled at Murphy USA employees because they would not allow him to get items without paying, per report.
46-year-old Ehab Malaty was charged with disorderly conduct and vandalism of a Mt. Juliet McDonald’s cash register in retaliation for an incorrect order.
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.