Brentwood murder suspect released on bond
By Skip Anderson, Managing Editor
A Brentwood man charged with criminal homicide in the shooting death of his wife was freed from jail June 4 after posting a $750,000 bond.
Randolph Maidens’ attorney, David Raybin of the Nashville law firm Hollins, Raybin and Weissman, told the Williamson Herald that his client would wear a satellite-linked GPS a monitoring device until his arraignment, scheduled for 9 a.m. June 24.
The terms of the bond agreement restricts Maidens’ ability to travel until his arraignment.
“I am required to report to the [district attorney] where he will reside,” Raybin said, declining to say where that will be. “But he is confined to Davidson and Williamson counties.”
A professional bondsman posted the bond around 3 p.m., June 4, Raybin said. Authorities released him from the Williamson County Jail around 6:45 p.m. the same day, according to Brentwood Assistant Chief of Police Tommy Walsh.
Maidens became the subject of a manhunt after police discovered the body of his wife, a Brentwood orthodontist, with a gunshot wound when responding to a welfare check. Police found the couple’s young child unharmed in their home. Authorities locked down the gated community for several hours as a multi-agency manhunt ensued throughout the posh neighborhood and wooded areas that includes a private golf course.
Posted on: 6/4/2013