Wilson County Most Wanted and Sheriff's Reports for Aug. 30

Editor’s Note: The following are suspects booked into the Wilson County Jail during the specified time frame. All persons charged are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Aug 30, 2014

Aug. 20

Howard Tobias Bates, 42, of Mt. Juliet, was charged with assault.

Jamarin Leveal Coates, 22, of Nashville, was charged with driving on a revoked/suspended/cancelled license and drugs simple possession.

Sara Marie Cyrwus, 37, of Glaskow, was charged with DUI.

Daniel Glenn Farmer, 27, of Elmwood, was charged with failure to appear.

Victor Marcel Kelly, 27, of Lebanon, was charged with driving on a revoked/suspended/cancelled license.

Gregory Arron King, 35, of Nashville, was charged with failure to appear.

Debra Jean Mapp, 55, of Lebanon, was held for court.

Robert Christopher McCullough, 25, of Tylertown, was charged with public drunkenness.

Rachel Darlene Trulson, 40,of Frankford, was charged with drugs simple possession, possession of drug paraphernalia and being a fugitive from justice.

Jessica Lane Williams, 27, of Watertown, was charged with three counts of drugs simple possession and criminal conspiracy.

Kathy Lynn Williams, 50, of Springfield, was charged with theft of property $1,000-$10,000.

Aug. 21

Kendra Wynette Bass, 36, of Nashville, was charged with coercion of a witness.

Tara Danielle Belcher, 23, of Lebanon, was charged with domestic assault.

Sarah Elizabeth Boatman, 51, of Carthage, was charged with DUI and violation of implied consent law.

Vincent Craig Clemmons, 30, of Lebanon, was charged with possession of drug paraphernalia.

Charles Tyler Daily, 26, of Lebanon, was charged wit failure to appear.

Jasmine Marie Feinstein, 22, of Lebanon, was charged with criminal trespassing and failure to appear.

Courtney Dawn Gibson, 22, of Mt. Juliet, was charged with failure to appear and domestic assault.

Robert Jacob Hardie, 24, of Millersville, Ga., is charged with being a fugitive of justice.

 

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