Probation revoked for woman charged in Nashville officer’s death

Courtesy: Metro Nashville Police Department

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The woman whose actions authorities say led to the death of Metro police Officer Eric Mumaw had her probation from a previous case revoked.

Juli Glisson, 40, will now spend 11 months and 9 days in jail for violating the conditions of her probation stemming from a previous DUI arrest.

Glisson was scheduled to appear in court on Thursday, and although she wasn’t there, there was an agreed order to revoke her probation due to her arrest in Officer Mumaw’s case last week.

She was taken into custody Monday after spending several days in a local hospital. She’s charged with aggravated vehicular homicide after Metro police say her actions led to Mumaw’s death.

Authorities say Glisson was threatening suicide while in her car at a boat ramp on the Cumberland River. She is accused of having a blood alcohol content of over .210 when she put her car into gear as Mumaw was trying to talk to her down. He went into the river with the car and died.

According to an affidavit, Glisson later admitted to an officer she had seven or eight beers prior to her interaction at the ramp.

Her court date in connection to the death of Officer Mumaw is scheduled for Friday, Feb. 17.

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