Nashville murder suspect surrenders on harassment charges
FRANKLIN, Tenn. - The Nashville woman charged in the murder of her estranged husband surrendered to authorities in Franklin Friday on harassment charges.
Franklin police said Kelley Cannon called a Franklin man on his cell phone four times in a 15-minute time period one day last week and that the calls were "annoying, alarming and served no legitimate purpose."
Cannon was booked into the Williamson County jail on $1,500 bond.
She was arrested last July and charged with murdering her estranged husband, James Cannon, a Nashville attorney and businessman.
James Cannon was found strangled to death in an upstairs closet of his Bowling Avenue home in June 2008.
Kelley Cannon was released from jail on bond in August.