Lebanon Police charge $27 Walmart shoplifter with felony burglary – she now faces 2-4 years in prison

A Tennessee appellate court deemed a policy of prosecuting repeat Walmart shoplifters as felony burglars unconstitutional but that isn’t stopping Wilson County from continuing to apply the felony charges for petty thefts while the argument progresses to the State Supreme Court. Lebanon police just charged Shelly Beene with felony burglary for stealing $27 worth of merchandise from Walmart – which could now cost her 2-4 years in state prison.

Wilson Circuit Court Clerk charged with DUI, leaving scene, implied consent – Debbie Moss #Arrested

61-year-old Debbie Moss, the current elected Circuit Court Clerk of Wilson County, was arrested overnight, charged with DUI, leaving the scene of an accident w/property damage, and violation of the implied consent law. She was released on her own recognizance with a January 2020 court date.

Victim says husband ‘walked in bedroom & shook his genitals’ at her during domestic dispute

DETAILS: Zachary ‘Tyler’ Caldwell was charged with domestic assault on September 20th. The victim says he walked into the bedroom and ‘shook his genitals’ at her as the argument escalated. He allegedly head-butted her after that.

Husband & Wife busted (again) – Charges in Wilson Co. & Nashville

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.

Jamie Brown charged with biting fiance, Tony Bates, as he tried to escape argument

LEBANON, TN – Nashville socialite Jamie N. Brown, who is the ex-wife of famed music producer Tony Brown and the current two-week fiance of Bates Ford of Lebanon owner Tony Bates, was arrested and charged with domestic assault after she admitted to biting Bates as he tried to de-escalate an argument.

18-year-old found residing in attic space above 14-year-old’s closet, coming down at night

ARRESTED: Mt. Juliet police physically removed 18-year-old Matthew Casto from an attic space he had been living in, which connected to a 14-year-old’s bedroom via a door in her closet. Police say he would only come down at night when she secured her door and had lived there for a period of time.