26-year-old Patrick Hawks was charged with theft of property amounting over $10,000 and driving on a revoked license after a speeding violation on Interstate 40 West revealed that Hawks was driving a stolen Audi A8 valued at $36,000.
29-year-old Clint Estes was charged with domestic assault when someone reported seeing him beating his female passenger at the Green Hill Church of Christ.
34-year-old Timothy Wilson was charged with possession of heroin for resale, possession of meth with intent, and drug paraphernalia. Wilson’s charges originate from speeding on I-40 East and ordering his passenger to hide methamphetamine on her person.
27-year-old Cody Layne and 24-year-old Tristan Wallace were charged with assault when they were questioning a man about a fight between him and his wife. After he told them it was none of their business, they beat him up.
33-year-old Kevin Hadden was charged with two counts of domestic assault and interference of an emergency call after a violent altercation between himself and his uncle. A computer search later revealed that Hadden had two outstanding warrants for an earlier incident involving a broken door and a thrown cell phone battery.
52-year-old Carl Ananias was charged with driving on a suspended driver’s license, drug paraphernalia, and possession of methamphetamine. Ananias was initially pulled over for a tag violation in his vehicle’s registration and appeared visibly nervous upon making contact with the officer.
39-year-old Omie Nicole Osborne was charged with public intoxication and possession of meth after she climbed on top of a trash compactor behind the JCPenney at 401 S. Mt. Juliet Rd. and refused to come down claiming she was afraid because the ground was littered with guns.
51-year-old Cindy Kolu and 56-year-old Tracy Langford were charged with public intoxication when officers observed Kolu running around a Pilot parking lot looking as though she’d been assaulted.
43-year-old Hilary Andron of Raleigh, North Carolina, was charged with drunken driving after she was unable to maintain her own lane and then pulled over on the side of the road on Coles Ferry Pike May 26th, 2020.
36-year-old James Frisby was charged with violation of probation and non-verbal harassment after falsely claiming that an officer swore at him and calling Lebanon Police over 15 times without a legitimate purpose.