Lebanon Officials say Jennifer Anderson attempted to cover up a dog’s death by calling in a fake ‘shots fired’ call. Animal control found a 2nd malnourished dog on the property when they arrived.
Lebanon Police say John Paris uploaded a sex tape of him and a girlfriend to social media after the relationship ended, and that he called/messaged her more than 60 times in 3 hours, some of which occurred while she was with police, filing the complaint.
LEBANON, TN – Qarius Wade, Sr., 21, is charged with punching his pregnant girlfriend in the face, and assaulting her mother and her sister, after finding out the baby wasn’t his.
LEBANON, TN – 29-year-old Yancie Forgue told police he had been naked, so he could bathe in the fountain at the Veterans building near the courthouse. In the end he was charged $1,115, including $212 in fees for being poor.
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Grace Alexandria Parr is charged with two counts of domestic assault, after Lebanon Police say she assaulted her boyfriend and her 15-year-old sister, in an argument about underage drinking.
35-year-old Matthew S. Dies, of Lebanon, is jailed on a $10,000 bond this morning in Nashville, charged with felony theft. Police say he stole a wedding ring from a home in August, when he went to work with his girlfriend, who is a housekeeper in East Nashville.
LEBANON, TN – Lebanon Police Officer Justin Sandefur make a traffic stop on April 4th that led to the arrest of 2 Cooks on methamphetamine charges, one of them also with an out-of-county warrant. Office Sandefur was on routine patrol in the area of N. Greenwood Ext. and Coles Ferry Pk, when he observed a vehicle with an altered temporary tag. He made a traffic stop, which confirmed the 30-day tag and an August of 2019 expiration, which is four months in the future. The driver was identified as Jerry…
DETAILS: When facing drug charges, it became obvious these two were not ‘ride or die’ friends, as one was quick to tell police all the drugs belonged to the other, who should ‘catch the charge for it’.
Lebanon Police Officer Andy Byrnes would arrest them both.
During his interaction with Officer Carrillo, 24-year-old Jonathan Culver appeared under the influence of narcotics, and hummed during an attempted conversation. When he pulled his hands from his pockets, he dropped hypodermic needles and heroin onto the ground.