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.
Roger Dewane Watts, 36, is now held in lieu of a $46,500 bond after a Monday morning chase that involved him fleeing from a burglary, striking a patrol car with his vehicle, running over spike strips, and showing up an another person’s home before being caught.
Responding to a call of an adult female knocking on doors on Glen Oaks Drive, Deputy Chris Conner followed a trail of footprints in the dew-covered grass to find Lisa Renee Dotson, 36, face down in a stranger’s back yard, munching on her grass.
36-year-old Jamie Lynn Steward is free on a $2,000 bond for a harassment charge, after threating to murder her children on social media.
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.
45-year-old Chadwick Dindo, a licensed gun carry permit holder, was found to be in possession of a Glock handgun while officers say he was driving under the influence in Mt. Juliet early Saturday morning.
23-year-old Thomas ‘Tommy’ Deashawn Hall was released on his own recognizance by a Judicial Commissioner after police say he was half-naked in a Sally Beauty store attempting to sexually assault a female clerk who locked herself in a back room of the store.
49-year-old Steven Bruce Williams is jailed on multiple harassment and probation violation charges after he called the office of the Mayor of Lebanon, Bernie Ash, and threatened to kill him personally. Detectives used some of his crazy Facebook rant videos to assist in the identification.
LEBANON, TN – Lebanon Fire Captain Kerry Lawson has taken FMLA leave until his retirement goes through, after he was arrested and charged with domestic assault of his wife. Before his arrest, Lawson attempted to make sure officers knew he had been with the city for 30 years, but eventually became agitated and boisterously said “Just take me to jail!”