41-year-old Rodney spent a few hours in a Nashville jail Thursday morning before being freed on pre-trial release. Police say he accosted two females just after midnight on Polk Ave. The victims say the man exposed himself and asked “Do you want to suck it?” He didn’t flee and waited around for police to arrive, still screaming at the ladies and being aggressive toward them the entire time.
Metro Police say 24-year-old Kyla Hassan pushed her ex-boyfriend, who was using her bathroom, ripped the shirt he was wearing, scratched him, and shattered his iPhone. Their relationship had ended earlier that same day.
23-year-old Hibo Omar, who is nine months pregnant, is charged with domestic assault after police say she showed up at her ex-boyfriend’s house unexpectedly Monday night after not seeing him for a few weeks and became upset when she found an unfamiliar sandal in his bag and began to knock over things about the home and assault him, ripping his shirt off, and fought him when he attempted to leave the situation.
34-year-old Jacob Jasperson, of Wisconsin, came to Tootsies Tuesday night for entertainment but ended up being restrained and spending a few hours in jail after he refused to cooperate with downtown officers, despite being given the opportunity to walk away. He was, indeed, too drunk for Tootsies.
39-year-old David Allen Touchet, a Texas realtor visiting Nashville, was jailed this weekend after he was reportedly being drunk and disorderly at the Renaissance Hotel and refused to go up to his room when asked, instead choosing to hurl racial slurs at a security guard, while punching another in the throat. He also fondled a statue of Loretta Lynn.
Metro Nashville Police Public Affairs Manager Don Aaron says Officer Ronald Bright “acted in good faith” when, in June of 2021, he arrested a citizen and charged with them with felony “habitual motor offender”, a law that was repealed by the state legislature over two years ago which carried a punishment of up to 6 years in prison. A magistrate even signed the warrant, jailed the citizen, and required them to post a large cash bond to get out of jail – on a charge that no longer existed. Scoop: Nashville learned this scenario has played out over 20 times in the last 17 months, leaving citizens at a loss for the money spent for high cash bond amounts, towing/storage fees, public humiliation, lost wages & jobs, and other expenses due to the invalid arrests.
UPDATE: “fighting for his life”
Conservative talk-radio show host Phil Valentine remains hospitalized with COVID-19 at Williamson Medical Center, just outside of Nashville. His brother says Phil is “fighting for his life”, and this is likely to be resolved in a time frame of weeks, not days. The family is calling on everyone to please get vaccinated.
34-year-old Trovaski Holt was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Sunday after his boyfriend showed police the injuries on his neck, alleging that Holt trapped him in a closet, pushed him against a wall, and strangled him. The boyfriend, Andrew Comerford, was also arrested on two outstanding warrants for violating his probation.
24-year-old Juliette Camacho was charged with domestic assault with bodily injury after her boyfriend says she punched him, bloodying his lip, after the pair got into an argument over an “old guy” kissing her hand earlier in the evening.
22-year-old Cassidy ‘Cass’ Crunkilton, of Wisconsin, told Airport Police she had 7 mimosas before arriving at the airport, where they found her in the gate too intoxicated to fly. When asked for her ID, she showed officers her Snapchat, then provided a store rewards card, neither of which helped her day go any smoother before she was eventually taken to the floor while resisting arrest. #Crunk