73 in a 45 mph zone, which was the most exciting moment the tiny town of 1500’s police department had for the entire week. After officer Nick Deck made the arrest for DUI, Robinson decided to unleash a verbal assault on Officer Deck, offering to “f— you in the booty”, and detailing what a “sad b—-” the officer was. It’s so graphic, you’ll have to click for the details…
Officer Berger conducted a traffic stop at 3 a.m. on September 5th after observing a vehicle weaving, swerving, and unable to maintain a consistent speed. As he approached the vehicle the driver, 22-year-old Margaret ‘Marge’ Hayleigh Ribbons, asked to speak to the officer away from her male passenger. Once at the rear of the car, she explained they had just left Whiskey River Bar and the man in the vehicle was her husband and he had his “hand on her leg” which was causing her to weave in and out of the lanes of travel.
46-year-old Sabrina Dickerson called 911 to report the Taco Bell in Lebanon was closed. She believed something more sinister may be going on, and that there could be a robbery happening inside, so she called 911. Lebanon Police arrived, claimed she was high on drugs, stating she was “acting as if she was speaking Japanese”, and took her into custody. A Commissioner released her, ROR.
66-year-old Carol Ann Burlison crashed on McCrary Rd as she was driving home from a friend’s house. As police responded to the crash, she was determined to be heavily intoxicated, and admitted to having a double-shot of Jamison, a Bushwhacker, and admitted to having a gun in her purse with a round chambered. After being booked into jail she was released on her own recognizance.
58-year-old Brenda Willis was pinned to the ground by family members after she punched Bryar Hight in the face, and knocked the glasses of the face of her sister, Judy Tarpley, during an all-out brawl at Hunters Funeral Home after they said goodbye to their mother at her funeral service. The argument was reportedly over dividing up property. Willis is charged with two counts of domestic assault.
Police found 41-year-old Amanda Williams backed into two parking spaces at the Lebanon Speedway, seemingly asleep with her mouth open and looking up at the roof of the vehicle. She appeared heavily impaired, and told police she had taken “half a Xanax”. She refused treatment by medics and was said to have mood swings in the back of the patrol car on the way to booking, where she was charged with public intoxication.
29-year-old Stephen Roger Goins is charged with public intoxication and joyriding after deputies say he drove a UTV that belonged to the Wilson County Fair Board to make a quick trip to the store without permission.
Mt. Juliet’s 27-year-old Evan Kelly Toby is charged with domestic assault of his wife. After a confrontation in their home which escalated to the point his wife attempted to call 911, Toby admits to slapping his wife’s hand and knocking the phone away, while threatening to harm himself if she called the police. He was ROR’d after a 12-hour domestic violence hold.
35-year-old Jason Duane Davis was pulled over on I-840 by THP after he used the median to turn around. He admitted to drinking earlier in the day, and in the middle of field sobriety tests, stated “I’m done with tests, take me to jail!” The THP Trooper obliged, with a stop for a blood draw along the way. Davis is free on a $500 bond.
Upset that he was fired from his job, 28-year-old Alex Kendall is now charged with assault after police reviewed a video showing him assaulting one co-worker, and calling a black co-worker a n—–.