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Car burglar leads police on chase
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

A car burglar led Mt. Juliet Police Department officers on a chase Tuesday, Nov. 19. 

Patrick Hammer, 20, Mt. Juliet was apprehended after a lengthy chase, and is believed to be a suspect to many car burglaries in the area. 

A citizen reported a man looking through vehicles in the 1200 block of Shelton Court around 3:30 a.m. Officers spotted the suspect, but he jumped in a car and sped down Old Lebanon Dirt Road. After losing the suspect for a time during the high speed chase, officers located the car on a side street. The suspect jumped out of the car and continued the chase on foot over a fence, through a creek and into a nearby field. 

“Our citizens are partners in our fight against crime, and watchful citizens, who report suspicious activity, are invaluable,” said Police Chief James Hambrick. “The system worked well in this incident, and I’m glad the suspect was caught before more citizens became victims to his criminal acts.”

Hammer was arrested and booked into the Wilson County Jail, charged with Burglary – Motor Vehicle, Evading Arrest, and Reckless Endangerment. He is set to appear in court on January, 13, 2015 under a $17,500.00 bond.

Big projects approved by Planning Commission
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

A new neighborhood with 590 homes, Under Armour and White Castle were all approved by the planning commission Thursday night. 

Stone Farm, which will be located next to Mt. Juliet High School is poised to change the landscape along Golden Bear Gateway. The neighborhood will be 590 homes upon completion, will have nearly two miles of greenway, a large amenity center at the front of the development, as well as a commercial lot along the road front. The 274 acres will run along the south side of the high school and wrap around the back in where the athletic fields are located. 

In addition to the greenway which will run along Cedar Creek, the developers are willing to put up a traffic light and will expand the sewer in the area, which will help some developments in the area who are not on City Sewer. City of Mt. Juliet staff asked that the developers help widen the bridge and a piece of roadway in front and just south of the property, which they agreed to after the 350th certificate of occupancy had been issued. 

The planning commission also approved the first phase of the Under Armour building, which by itself is 1,083,543 square feet. The building is located off of Eastgate Boulevard, and will have 1,155 parking spaces. 

The planning commission also approved the site plan for White Castle which will be located at Paddocks on the corner of N. Mt. Juliet Road and Pleasant Grove Road. The project has been several years in the making, as it was one of the first contacts City Manager Kenny Martin made at the annual business convention in Las Vegas, Nev. years ago. A site plan was approved for the spot on Jan. 19, 2012, but it had expired. 

Stoner Creek Elementary Principal's List, Honor Roll
Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Principal’s List

2nd Grade: Malina Ballesteros, Kayla Brown, Lyric Butler, Ryan Farr, Leyla Sims, Shel Williams, Nick Franklin, Will Franklin, Sullie Gerik, Anna Kate Gipson, Joshua Grandell, Wyatt Smith, Ellie Hamilton, Catie Intilli, Lauren Lasater, Ian Vlk, William Redmond, Jackson Turner, Katie Craddock, Hannah Ellison, Serenity Keopf, Luke Loy, Mackenzie Sharber, Wyatt Shepherd, Addie Stewart, Alexia Bond, Grace Fowler, Trace Hartman, Baylor Osborne, Alisha Samuels, Grady Newton, Morgan Sherill, Bella Venema, Taylor Bartlett, Evan Danalds, Matthew McQueary, Hallie Moses, Kaylond Porter, Shelby Smith, Franco Suarez, Kaitlyn Watts, Leah Marshall. 

3rd Grade: Bailey Burket, Emma Cook, Cindy Ni, Maddie Parker, Sage Pollard, Tyler Wahlstrom, Micah Summar, Kelton Lantz, Jayda Judice, Elijah Gronda, Eli Emery, Hope Garner, Avery Lancaster, Adam Martin, Hailey Stewart, Prisha Bangera, Alex Cruz, Nathan Graves, Patrick Hudgens, Zoe Lawrence, Tiffany Williams, Kyleigh Buchanan, Tate Gray, Emely Lopez, Hannah Marlin. 

4th Grade: Gauri Adarsh, Eyob Gizaw, Mackenzie Messemer, Faith Kellerhals, David Lyles, Chloe Mesiner, Garrett Newton, Gia Tyler, Jesse Walling, Aleyah Williams, Ari Beziat, Holden Bilbrey, Andrew Flatt, Avery Gilstrap, Alayna Harris, Annie Humphrey, Carter Lee, Connor Lee, Alina Lodwich, Caiden Mullins, Jack Penland, Kendall Robinson, Morgan Alford, Skyler Baril, Cael Howell, Ryan Long, Thomas Morris, Suda Prasanna, Abby Schwarz, Gabriella Rouse, Maxwell Patterson, Mary O’Riordan, Olivia Happy, Kaitlyn Goode, Georgia Earls, Thomas Botros, Sam Crickmar, Gracie Dixon, Kyndle Fly, Maddie Gipson, Micah Hardin, Sarah Hines, Nicholas Mercante, Katy Page, Zach Proctor, Cody Shepherd, Emma Stueck, Christopher Wilson. 

5th Grade: Malachi Clemmons, Jackson Francis, Brandon Martin, Sophia McKanna, Kaitlyn Powers, Karen Samuel, Blaine Smith, Christian Begnaud, Makenzie Daniel, Jaden Decristoforo, Noah Hunter, Jayce Massa, Taylor Petty, Lori Rocha, Hannah Summar, Joey Watson, Elnathan Abraham, Zaeem Khan, Micah Ringenberg, Justin Alford, Abbey Benson, Connor Curtin, Anna Franklin, Caleb Hogan, Ava Jones, Sarah Page, Sara Short, Joe Slater, Stephen Swoner. 

Honor Roll

2nd Grade: Emery Shelton, Hayley Thomas, Mark Williams, Emma Dixon, River Edmunson-Fulps, Atticus Fiorita, Braden Haines, Cameron Hogan, Brady Jones, Sydney King, Michael Loredo, Hayden Rippetoe, Bazlael Habtamu, Hunter Haines, Caleb Horn, Evan Jordan, Erin Judkins, Mallory Lawing, Ella Robinson, Mckayla Watts, Afua Addison-Amponsah, Keeley Fitzgerald, Kameron Kupchik, Matthew McGill, Chloe McKanna, Laci Morgan, Takara Morrison, Aadi Patel, Hunter Spry, Cason Cunningham, Ann Goode, Gabe Gray, Jada Hensley, Riley Horton, Julia Jirka, Kacey Killebrew, Caroline McGhee, Reese Surbin. 

3rd Grade: Logan Barney, Emily Bautista, Bryce Cox, Hannen Crews, Aiden Deal, Luke McQueary, Roman Petricca, Leah Smith, Maria William, Landon Barber, Issac DaCosta, Stoli Densley, Zachary Germain, Carter Hackman, Alayna Harrell, Cade Jewell, Scarlet Melhorn, Ella Merritt, Katelyn Oyston, Johan J. Rivera Villanueva, Elena Ruiz, Anna Wininger, Morgan Anglin, Haley Hammer, Brissa Knight, Eli Marshall, Eli Ray, Leah Ritchie, Lukas Rodia, Kaylee Rumbley, Ethan Wakefield, Blake Bertagnolli, Samuel Davis, Brittney Dunham, Jeffrey Franklin, Zachary Greeson, Lillian Peterson, Zach Smith, Lanna Bende, Jeremiah Cradle, Jentzen Cuthbertson, Kendall George, Miguel Ramirez, Trevor Reimert, Gavin Scott, Annabell Smiley, Chase Snarr, Olivia Wedding, Gracie Butler, Griggs Chandler, Cody Gawel, Dane Ivie, Carson Pentell, Kaelyn Price, Jacob Schaefer, Ramsey Spence, Avery Torres, Emily Weatherford. 

4th Grade: Rasha Altahat, William Bolton, Ethan Crisp, Chase Fisher, Sam Robertson, Ella Smith, Evan Weiss, Mary Gendy, Emma Hamilton, Cody Hitt, Addie Lynn King, Jayson Linville, Lauren Massey, Caius Peralta, Emilio Rodriguez, Bryce Thompson, Jakoria Woods, Lane Anderson, Davin Borden, Riley Fort, Jakob Frangenberg, Jay Franklin, Jordan Grant, Andrew Hager, Kaci Harper, Jasmyn Lopez, Baylee Minor, Gracie Penland, Julissa Ramirez, Aydan Smith, Renata Urbina, Autumn Ray, Emma Metzgar, Addison Hill, Leeya Grimmett, Andrew Bond, Bersabel Aklilu, Kwame Amponsah, D.J. Hyde, Ansley Kimbro, Jailen Nelson, Riley Serbin, Brady Tays. 

5th Grade: Kylie Kistner, Joey Simonik, Sydney Spence, Autumn Thomas, Owen West, Olivia Ellis, Maci Ferrell, Bella Fishbeck, Katie Kavanah, Lillian Ontai, David Saucedo, Jordan Marlowe, Landen Moore, Audrey Reeves, Samuel Rumbley, Addie Williams, Lakyn Williams, Grace Wilson, Rylee Younggren, Daniel Beard, Colin Mathews, Ava Miller, Zach Ortega, Seth Patterson, Nicolas Redisi, Christian Rios, Ansley Simonik, Morgyn Brooks, Sean Brown, Lanie Hull, Elijah McGowan, Hayden Moses, Ellie Neill, Victoria Redmond, Allanson Reynolds, Jordan Rippetoe, Eve Silkwood. 

Rehabbing old buildings helping MJ’s north side
Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

It seems like new businesses find their way to Mt. Juliet every day, but another way that Mt. Juliet is building the business community is the rehabilitation along Lebanon Road and other north side areas. 

4 Lady Bears sign with D1 schools
Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Kenny Howell

Managing Editor

Mt. Juliet High School had students sign to their college of choice last week, all to Division 1 schools in three different sports. 

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