Wednesday, September 26, 2012 at 12:15 am (Updated: September 26, 12:31 am)
Michael Mayfield pleaded guilty in his tire-cutting case Monday morning in Roane County General Sessions Court.
Mayfield, the son of Mayfield Dairy Farms President Scottie Mayfield, was charged with vandalism under $500 in April.
Kingston police said he used a pocketknife to cut a tire stem on Tyler Threadgill’s 2005 Audi that was parked at the Roane County Courthouse.
Threadgill is a campaign staffer for U.S. Congressman Chuck Fleischmann, who defeated Scottie Mayfield and two other opponents in the Aug. 2 Republican Primary.
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