Lebanon man flees from scene on bicycle; gets marijuana and weapon charges

57-year-old Sidney Weir was charged with possession of marijuana, possession of a weapon while under the influence, unlawful possession of a weapon, public intoxication, and evading arrest after police responded to a shots fired call, found him leaving the scene, and refused police commands to stop.

Teen thinks police are trying to kill her, tries to take officer’s gun out of the holster

19-year-old Kaya Egolf-Salaun was charged for resisting arrest when she was asked why she was running around a parking lot yelling that police were trying to kill her. She also tried removing an officer’s handgun during the attempt to detain her.

Two Local Residents Busted for Multiple Drugs as a Result of Lengthy Investigation

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.