District Attorney Files Motion To Revoke Maidens' Bond
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – A hearing has been set to revoke Randolph Maiden's bond after he was arrested on a public intoxication charge.
Williamson County District Attorney, Kim Helper filed the motion Thursday afternoon after Maidens was arrested on a charge of public intoxication. The hearing has been set for January 8.
Maidens was arrested Tuesday morning at the Bellevue Heights Apartment Complex in Bellevue. A police affidavit said officers found Maidens hiding in a dark corner behind a building at the apartment complex after a resident called police to report a man trying to enter an apartment.
He later bonded out of jail, and officials with the Metro Nashville Police Department said the charge had been dismissed. No other details about the dismissal were immediately released.
At the time of the arrest, Maidens was free on $750,000 bond in Williamson County stemming from charges of first degree murder in the death of his wife, Rachael. He had just been in court Monday, where a September 29 trial date was set.
Police said the 43-year-old shot and killed his wife, Rachael, inside their home in the Governors Club on April 21. Her body was found after her mother called police to request a welfare check.
Maidens posted $750,000 bond in early June after it was reduced from $2 million. The conditions of his bond include that he wear a GPS monitoring device and stay within Davidson and Williamson Counties. He was also barred from contacting his daughter or his wife's family, and cannot live inside the couple's home.
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