38-year-old Kenneth Stripling is charged with public intoxication after employees say he sat at the counter for over an hour with food on his sleeves and had no idea what city he was in.
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.
25-year-old Janice Bell was arrested for burglary after attempting to shoplift 2 cans of baby formula from Walmart totaling $78.54. She left her husband behind as she fled, and he identified her as the shoplifter.
18-year-old Melissa Williams is charged with two counts of domestic assault after police say she assaulted two roommates on November 9th.
LEBANON, TN: 31-year-old Ryan Jones says he dreamed one of the 5 other men he shares a bedroom with was raping him. He is charged with assaulting that man while he slept.
Wilson County Sheriff’s Deputy Ahmad Manasrah was suspended for 2 days without pay for violating the department’s Rules of Conduct, specifically cited was “Expressing yourself in a manner which degrades yourself or the department you work for is not acceptable”.
After WCSO Officer Ahmad Manasrah made threats to Blake Benson on social media last week, Benson was jailed by another WCSO Officer for making threats to his ex-wife, the woman Ahmad is now dating. We previously reported on WCSO Officer Ahmad Manasrah, who made threats to a man, Blake Benson on social media. On the same day that the series of previously covered social media messages were exchanged between the two men, Benson is alleged to have also contacted his (ex) wife, the woman between the two men, allegedly in…
WCSO Deputy/SRO Robert ‘Bobby’ Enoch arrested an 18-year-old autistic student at Wilson Central High School when the student was “refusing to follow directives” inside an In-School Suspension classroom. Things only got worse from there…
After admitting he was a witness to, and a victim of, a Lebanon triple-shooting that took the life of one victim, Bryan C. Eubanks stopped cooperating with Lebanon detectives, and was arrested by Nashville Police for lying about the location he was at when shot.