55-year-old Raymond Heitz was charged with DUI after he flagged down an officer to assist him and the officer found him to be impaired, according to the affidavit.
Kayla Kayser, 33, was charged with DUI, drug paraphernalia, possession of a schedule IV drug, and driving on suspended 2nd offense after swerving in her vehicle eventually lead to a stop and search of it.
31-year-old Heather McClain was charged with domestic assault after shoving her girlfriend’s head into a door.
31-year-old Brian Powers has been charged with driving on revoked 3rd offense, reckless endangerment, evading arrest, and open container after he was caught speeding, passing in a no-passing zone, running a stop sign, and operating a vehicle with no interlock device, police say.
Laraziah Quinvette Turner, charged with kicking a Lebanon Police officer in the face at the Wilson County Fair, took a plea deal that reduced her charge to a a misdemeanor, and received a sentence of time served (4 days), a $50 fine, and costs, by Judge Haywood Barry.
20-year old Christopher Michael Tinker is free on $1,000 bond after being charged with indecent exposure at the Wilson County Fair on opening night. Lebanon Police Officer Jeff Scott was working at the Wilson County fair when he was notified that a man had his penis out in public, urinating near the sheep races, where children were nearby. Officer Scott located the man, identified as Christopher Tinker, as Detective Jay Spicer detained him. Spice witnessed his exposed penis, and noted he made no attempt to hide it from the many…
Here’s the chilling 911 calls to Wilson County Emergency Communications Saturday night from the Wilson County Fair when teens yelled ‘shots fired’ (there were no shots) and caused a mass stampede and panic of fair goers. Even an off-duty officer called dispatch to relay “all hell broke loose – the apocalypse came down on the fair”
Late Saturday night social media lit up with reports of shots fired at the Wilson County Fair, and parents running to get to their kids, causing a mad scramble of fair goers in panic with no clear direction or idea of what was really happening. According to the Wilson County Sheriff’s Office, hey did receive reports of shots fired around the midway area a bit ago, however those turned out to be false. Upon officers arrival, several teens started yelling “shots fired” and started running which caused a disturbance among…