Mt. Juliet Educators Face DUI Charges in Murfreesboro

Mt. Juliet Educators Face DUI Charges in Murfreesboro | James Kemp, Michael Berardi, Mt. Juliet, Murfreesboro, Murfreesboro Police, WGNS, Murfreesboro news

(L-R) James Kemp and Michael Berardi face DUI charges after a weekend stop. Both are employees of the Wilson County school system.
Two Wilson County educators face DUI related charges after a weekend stop in Murfreesboro.  Twenty-two year old James Kemp and 24-year old Michael Berardi were pulled over at the intersection of College and Front Street by Murfreesboro Police around 1:30 Sunday morning. The police report indicates the vehicle, belonging to Berardi but being driven by Kemp, did not have its headlights on. The report went on to say that after smelling alcohol, Kemp failed a field sobriety test. Since Berardi owned the vehicle, he was charged with DUI along with Kemp. Both men are employees of Mt. Juliet High School. Kemp is an educational assistant while Berardi is a math teacher and assistant boys basketball coach.
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