Prentice Keeley & Sabra Fitts-Keeley now face charges in both Nashville and Lebanon after months of drug charges and Grand Jury Indictments in two counties. A Search of their Nashville hotel room netted pills, digital scales, one-half pound of marijuana, and a revolver.
Michel Javon McFarland is free on a $1,000 bond after police chased him on foot into a ditch after an off-duty officer said he jumped a fence and ran after being accused of smoking marijuana at a pool party.
A Nashville music artist, Bryan ‘Ladonn’ Covington, led Wilson County Officers on a chase last Friday, nearly crashing into an officer, and calling 911 to tell dispatchers he wasn’t pulling over or stopping until he got to the probation office, and they could arrest him there.
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.
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.
Steven Thomas admitted to having marijuana in his jacket pocket, where a metal grinder was also found. A search of his vehicle also resulted in the seizure of 1.7 grams of crystal methamphetamine, along with a glass pipe.
Kevin Helm, of Mt. Juliet, was arrested for driving under the influence of marijuana, after admitting to smoking, drinking, and driving. and his BAC didn’t match his level of observed impairment.