Two MJ city workers on leave in 'sexting' case

From Post staff reports

Two Mt. Juliet City employees were placed on administrative leave as an ongoing investigation continues into reportedly sexually explicit text messages and photos being sent to one another using city-issued cell phones and computers.

Mt. Juliet Police Sgt. James Crosslin and his wife, Charlene Crosslin, who works in the citys Finance Department, were placed on leave without pay pending the outcome of the investigation.

According to city policy concerning employees, sending inappropriate texts and photos can result in disciplinary action. Three MJPD detectives are assisting the citys Human Resources Department in the investigation, exploring the possibility of criminal wrongdoing.

The messages reportedly date as far back as 2010. The couple is reportedly separated.