Crime Nashville to Mt. Juliet ride on top of car leads to more charges
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A Hermitage man is now charged in Wilson County in addition to charges already levied in Metro for a ride on top of a car from Mt. Juliet to Nashville at high speeds, according to reports.
Ronnie B. Sellars, 31, is charged with clinging to a vehicle in Wilson County after a ride in late August that caused a stir on social media that included pictures and video.
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Mt. Juliet police have also issued a warrant for reckless endangerment for Amanda Miller, who is accused of driving the car Sellars rode on top of, department spokesman Tyler Chandler said.
Miller is already charged for reckless endangerment in Davidson County.
A witness estimated the car Sellars was seen by witnesses riding on was traveling around 70 miles per hour on Interstate 40.
Sellars even stood up on the car for part of the trip down I-40 and compared it to being "on a surf board at 80 miles per hour," he said when contacted after being charged in Nashville.
But Sellars did not believe the ride caused confusion or problems, he said after his arrest in Nashville.
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Sellars' bond was set at $1,000 in Wilson County, according to jail records. He was still jailed Monday morning, according to Wilson County Jail personnel.
Mt. Juliet police were called as the car entered I-40, Chandler said. An officer was dispatched, but did not catch up and Nashville police and the Tennessee Highway Patrol were subsequently contacted.
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