11/18/18 around 9 A.M., Sgt. Floyd Patterson (Motown) arrested Ms. April Leigh Wilson of Pineville for a probation violation bench warrant out of Laurel County as well as a FTA warrant out of Bell County. Sgt. Patterson knew/knows nothing of Ms. Wilson’s case. Officer Jeremiah Johnson (J.J.) delivered Ms. Wilson to the Bell County Detention Center where she:
“Walked right in, with her painted on jeans
And all heads turned because she was a dream
Electric Eyes that you can’t ignore
The jail house was alive like never before
Bell County Queen
Now we’re sharing her jail dream
All our hearts can beat as one
She’s no longer on the run”
This is Ms. Wilson’s 23 appearance at Pineville’s Most Famous Night Club. Her past charges began in August of 2002 and include but are not limited to:
Public Intoxication X4
Probation Violation X2
Contempt of Court X7
Warrant for other Agency X3
Bench Warrant X1
Suspended Licence X1
Possession of Drug Unspecified X1
Promoting Contraband X1
No Insurance X1
Persistent Felony Offender X1
The Arrest photos included in this writing do not include a current one from the Bell County Detention Center. You see, at the time of this writing, according to the website, she’s not been booked in yet. I guess she is the Queen huh?
“I was in search of a booking
Just running my game
She was the furthest, furthest from my mind
Bell County Queen
Now we’re sharing your jail dream
All our eyes now see as one
You’re not on the run”
Great Job Motown and J.J.
Go Team Middlesboro !!!
P.S. Sometimes I have to put the Motown back in Downtown.
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