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Officer struck head on by suspected impaired driver
Tuesday, March 10, 2015

A Wilson County Sheriff’s Office Deputy was hit by a suspected impaired driver Monday. 

Officer Brian Hudgens, 45, was hit by the suspected impaired driver, Haley Bell, 23, near 9500 Central Pike just before 10 a.m. Bell was in Hudgens lane, and Hudgens couldn’t get out of way in time to avoid the collision. Bell struck the patrol car head on, then fled the scene. She got a ride to Providence, then another to Old Hickory Boulevard, where officers found her wandering in a parking lot. 

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One new neighborhood deferred, one approved
Tuesday, March 10, 2015

One new neighborhood was deferred, and another was approved at the Board of Commissioners meeting Monday night. 

Beckwith Place at Providence was on second reading, but was deferred one meeting. Several residents spoke in citizen comments about where the entrance to the development was located on Beckwith Road, and the traffic concerns it would cause on the road. 

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MJPD looking for car that fled police
Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Staff Reports

Mt. Juliet Police are looking for a suspicious car that ran from police Sunday evening. 

Around 8:20 p.m., a MJPD officer noticed that a car was parked in an odd manner in front of Nick’s Market located at 13260 Lebanon Road, which has been known for robberies. The officer observed a white male with his hand tucked in his waistband as if he was holding something. The car sped away when approached, leading the officer on chase down Lebanon Road, and then onto Springmont Boulevard where the suspect threw a loaded handgun out of the car window. 

The chase went back out onto Lebanon Road and into Hermitage, but was called off on concerns of safety for the public. 

No arrests have been made. MJPD is looking for a 2004-2008 Silver Chevrolet Malibu that had blacked out wheels because it was missing all the hub caps. The car had a temporary license tag and damage to the driver side front fender. The driver was described as a late 20s-mid 30s black male with dark complexion, stocky build and dread lock style hair. The passenger was only described as a white male wearing a grey sweatshirt. 

 Anyone with any information regarding this crime is encouraged to call the Mt. Juliet Police Department at (615) 754-2550. Information can also be given anonymously by calling (615) 754-TIPS (8477) or via the Mt. Juliet Police Department website at http://www.mjpd.org/ .

 
Snow and ice again?
Tuesday, March 3, 2015

As of Tuesday afternoon, the National Weather Service was predicted another round of winter weather for the midstate area, with 4-6 inches of snow and sleet possible in Wilson County. 

Wednesday is starting with a flood watch with over an inch of rain expected, then the expected changeover will happen sometime late Wednesday afternoon and early evening. That puts the area under a Winter Weather Watch Wednesday afternoon into early Thursday. 

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Lady Bears back at state
Tuesday, March 3, 2015

The Mt. Juliet Lady Bear basketball team earned their way back to the TSSAA State Tournament Monday by knocking off Brentwood, 45-28 in the sub state game. 

The Lady Bears will now play defending state champ Blackman, who eliminated Mt. Juliet last year in the semifinals. The Lady Blaze are currently ranked No. 10 in the nation according to USA Today, and are led by Connecticut signee Crystal Dangerfield and Tenneseee signee Jamesha Jackson, who played her freshman year at Mt. Juliet. 

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