41-year-old Tommy Dees was charged with domestic assault after he pushed his girlfriend during an argument while she was holding her infant son, per report.
23-year-old Jacob Grava was charged with driving under the influence after driving a reported 105 miles per hour on Interstate 40. Grava would later confess to having consumed five beers before getting behind the wheel.
47-year-old Michael Barnett was charged with driving on a revoked license and driving under the influence after being involved in an accident on Highways 109 and 70 in Lebanon.
28-year-old Kevin Machon was charged with DUI and resisting arrest and 32-year-old Mikha Piper was charged with public intoxication when they got into an argument on the way to booking and the man got angry when officers assisted his girlfriend out of the cruiser. She had also peed in front of them.
Lebanon Police say 21-year-old Travis Gaither called 911 and claimed Sumner County Commissioner & State Representative candidate Luke Tinsley forced him to withdraw cash from an ATM and give it to him. Gaither then chased the vehicle, providing updates to the dispatcher, asking police to meet him at Tinsley’s house. The investigation showed the money was a loan, and he didn’t think he had to pay it back. He was charged with misuse of 911 and possession of the marijuana in this glovebox. Gaither is Tinsley’s former campaign manager for his State Representative run.
Police say 33-year-old Brendan Negron, of Mt. Juliet, assaulted his wife with a barstool, and his fists, after she refused to leave his home. His wife works in a hospital as a P.A., and he was afraid his children would contract the Coronavirus from someone she had been in contact with.
From outside the locked door, officers heard yelling, screaming, and the sound of someone being slapped several times. Priya Narula is charged with the domestic assault of her husband.
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.
Vivid Musi Group artist ‘Ladonn’, legally Bryan Ladonn Covington, led middle Tennessee police in a car pursuit last Friday, during which he called 911 and stated: “I’m not stopping or pulling over until I get to the probation office and we can deal with it there”. Police eventually stopped him, and he rolled up his window on the arm of the officer attempting to extricate him from his vehicle.
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.