Thomas Courtney was arrested and charged with DUI 3rd Offense on May 9th, after a WCSO Officer clocked him going 78 in a 45 mph zone, not immediately stopping, wrong tags on the vehicle, no required interlock device, and diving on a revoked license.
LEBANON, TN – Qarius Wade, Sr., 21, is charged with punching his pregnant girlfriend in the face, and assaulting her mother and her sister, after finding out the baby wasn’t his.
Uriah Donovan Jaco, 21, admitted to Wilson County Sheriff’s Office Deputies that took the TV out of his grandfather’s room and pawned it.
66-year-old Chris Robert Stinson, of Mt. Juliet, kicked his granddaughter and her baby out of the house, and when a man brought them back to the residence to return them, grandpa says he went outside to “f*uck him up”.
34-year-old Melissa Wilson, of Mt. Juliet, was driving the ‘Fat Bottom Brewing’ company van when she crashed at the I-40 entrance ramp. She blew a .199 BAC on a breath test, and told officers she “had a beer during lunch.”
Yesterday, we released the pay rates for the Mt. Juliet Police Department. Today we look at how the City of Mt. Juliet compares to Wilson County. We’ve calculated the average pay rates for the closest corresponding positions in each agency. Here’s how they two compared:
Two ‘boosters’ (shoplifters) arrested at Academy Sports & Outdoors after pushing out cart and bag full of unpaid merchandise. Christina Croslin, and Jasmine Wilson, charged with theft of merchandise over $1,000.
LEBANON, TN – Lebanon Police Officer Justin Sandefur make a traffic stop on April 4th that led to the arrest of 2 Cooks on methamphetamine charges, one of them also with an out-of-county warrant. Office Sandefur was on routine patrol in the area of N. Greenwood Ext. and Coles Ferry Pk, when he observed a vehicle with an altered temporary tag. He made a traffic stop, which confirmed the 30-day tag and an August of 2019 expiration, which is four months in the future. The driver was identified as Jerry…
Kendall Barron, a local 30-year-old Instagram influencer, finds herself in jail again this morning, charged with aggravated stalking after she broke her bond conditions set in March, when she was charged with theft of her ex-girlfriend’s dog, which still hasn’t been returned.
Nashville firefighter John Judkins is out on a $3,000 bond in Wilson County, after Mt. Juliet Police say he kicked in his ex-wife’s door, and assaulted both her and her new boyfriend at 5 a.m. last Sunday morning.