Charges dropped for Nashville country singer arrested in Collegedale in August
Charges have been dropped against a Nashville country singer who Collegedale Police arrested back in August.
On November 6th, James Weston Meadows had his charged dropped in Hamilton County Court.
Officers arrested Meadows, who performed under the stage name Weston James, back in August on several felony warrants for stalking and burglary.
Collegedale Police spokeswoman Bridgett Raper says the charges were dismissed without proof by the Hamilton County District Attorney's Office. She says the reason that happened was because the alleged victim/witness did not appear in court.
Raper says charges may be refiled if that person decides to return to court, but for now the case is considered closed.