Double Trouble: Woman Violates Court Order Twice
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One local woman seems to have trouble understanding the term “no contact.”

Twice on the same day, July 20, Tina Elaine Meador, 207 Colonial St., Woodbury, was charged with violating an order of protection by Cannon County Sheriff’s Sgt. Randy Neal.

The first incident occurred at 2 p.m. on July 20 when Meador called Bryan Mullens on his cell phone. Meador was also seen following Mullens by Transport Officer Todd Overcast and Jail Administrator Ed Brown.

Around 7:10 p.m. the same day, Meador called Susan Mullens’ (Brian’s mother) cell phone. The call was placed from the Cannon County Jail. The order of protection stipulates that Meador is not to have any contact with Brian Mullens or any members of his family.

Meador is being held in the county jail without bond. Her initial court date is Aug. 2.

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July 22, 2011 at 8:47pm
Does anyone know what the deal is with this woman? Normally a violation of "order of protection" does not make headlines.
July 24, 2011 at 9:28am
Please remember....there are TWO sides to every story.
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July 24, 2011 at 1:20pm
A better way may be needed to mediate domestic discord, particularly those situations which do not involve physical abuse or a history of threatening physical or verbal abuse. Too many cases of late have been retired or continued because by the time their court date comes around, the parties have worked their differences out. Many times the victim is seeking court permission to have contact with the admitted offender, who as part of the sentence is told not to have contact with the victim.
July 25, 2011 at 2:56pm
By: Dray
I believe the order of protection should be revisited and should have to wait for court order to change it, especially when the accuser can have contact with the accused and be able to intice the accused into breaking the order of protection should be that an order of protection especially if there is no signs of physical abuse and members are either married or separated it should work both ways neither member should be able to have contact with the other member sex, phone calls or email should all be checked on all involved, You can't ask for a order of protection and then willingly call, email or have sex with the person you are accusing that in itself should be a violation of your order of protection. justice is supposed to work both ways...
July 25, 2011 at 5:39pm
Dray, it appears as if the accused is allegedly making allegations against the accuser that is founded on no truth. Police, phone and other such records will be seen in court where the truth will be known and justice will be served.

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