Mt. Juliet Police say they found 21-year-old Samuel Mixer sitting in the driver’s seat of his vehicle, which had left the roadway with its light still on, as reported by multiple citizens. Police say he admitted to drinking before driving that night.
DETAILS: A Mt. Juliet woman reported a sexual assault by a co-worker to police, some of which was captured on hotel security video. Police charged the man with misdemeanor assault, and Commissioner Randy Hankins waived his bond. For comparison, Nashville police recently charged a man who slapped his co-worker’s buttocks with felony sexual assault, and he received a $15,000 bond.
41-year-old Candice Beavers remains jailed in lieu of a $4,500 bond after Mt. Juliet Police say she attempted to flee Belk with unpaid merchandise and pepper-sprayed a loss prevention employee in the process.
Mt. Juliet Police charged 26-year-old Jeremiah Gooch with assault and disorderly conduct after they say he became upset over his paycheck and assaulted a female office worker with a glittery pumpkin, before threatening to “be back with my boys”.
Mt. Juliet Police say 52-year-old Priya Narula intentionally swerved into another vehicle’s lane of travel, brake-checked it, and blocked it in as it exited the interstate. She then got out of her vehicle, spat, yelled and made obscene gestures at the other driver.
From outside the locked door, officers heard yelling, screaming, and the sound of someone being slapped several times. Priya Narula is charged with the domestic assault of her husband.
63-year-old Cardelia Bender cut off another vehicle when she made an illegal turn, nearly causing a collision. When MJPD tried to issue her a citation, she refused to sign, and dared them to take her to jail. It took 3 officers to get the the 63-year-old citizen in the back of a patrol car, but they called her bluff.
50-year-old Chrystal Baird was on the side of the interstate, involved in what MJPD described as a ‘heated argument’ with her girlfriend before being arrested and charged with public intoxication on Thursday.
49-year-old Rhonda M. Sands, of Beckwith Road in Mt. Juliet, thought she could outsmart the self-checkout at the Mt. Juliet Walmart. She got a surprise when she was detained by loss prevention staff who had been watching her every move.
Earl Fox, Jr., was too disoriented to provide his identification during a traffic stop, so he allowed an officer to retrieve it from the center console, where he located much more than just an ID card.