Randolph Maidens Jailed After Bond Revoked
BRENTWOOD, Tenn. – Randolph Maidens, the man accused of killing his wife in Brentwood, has been taken into custody after his bond was revoked.
The District Attorney for Williamson County, Kim Helper, said Tuesday she and Maiden's attorney agreed bond should be revoked. Maidens was subsequently taken into custody and jailed.
A hearing was originally scheduled for Tuesday to revoke Maiden's bond after he was arrested on a charge of public intoxication in December.
At the time of his arrest in December, Maidens was free on $750,000 bond in Williamson County stemming from charges of first degree murder in the death of his wife, Rachael.
Police said the 43-year-old shot and killed his wife, Rachael, inside their home in the Governors Club on April 21.
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