East Nashvillians were POURING out of the jail yesterday! 19 of our our East Nashville friends and neighbors were bailed out of jail in Nashville on Wednesday. Bonds posted on 08/30 with a 37206, 37207, or 37216 home ZIP code. Some of y’all need to calm down:
|Barrow, Michael||CAHAL AVE||37206||Res. Arr.|
|Barrow, Michael||CAHAL AVE||37206||Disorderly Conduct|
|Lewis, Damario||BRITTANY DR||37206||Evading Arrest-Mtr.Veh.|
|Lewis, Damario||BRITTANY DR||37206||Protect. Order Viol.|
|Lewis, Damario||BRITTANY DR||37206||Assault|
|Little, Danisha||S 6TH ST||37206||Poss.or Casual Exch.|
|Brooks, Natron||HILLSIDE RD||37207||Revoked License, 2nd Off|
|Carver, Billy||DELLWAY VILLA RD||37207||Unl.Use Dr. Paraph.|
|Carver, Billy||DELLWAY VILLA RD||37207||Poss.w/int.o/.5 grams-Sch.II|
|Ezell, Mikayla||CREEKWOOD DR||37207||Assault|
|Ezell, Mikayla||CREEKWOOD DR||37207||Theft over $1,000|
|Krause, Robert||HAMPTON ST||37207||Promoting Prostitution|
|Mccormack, George||DICKERSON PIKE||37207||Asl, Dom Bod Inju|
|Norman, Teresa||DONALD ST||37207||Poss.or Casual Exch.|
|Norman, Teresa||DONALD ST||37207||Joyriding|
|Norman, Teresa||DONALD ST||37207||Unl.Use Dr. Paraph.|
|Oglesby, Thomas||OLD TRINITY LN||37207||Driv. Lic. Revoked|
|Pippin, Breanna||BROOKWAY DR||37207||Driv. Lic. Suspended|
|Quintana, Cristobal||DELLWAY VILLA RD||37207||Poss.or Casual Exch.|
|Reynolds, Corey||MILL CREEK PANE||37207||Implied Consent-Civil|
|Reynolds, Corey||MILL CREEK PANE||37207||DUI|
|Shanks, John||SUNSET CIR||37207||Driv. Lic. Revoked|
|Shatto, Randy||CHICKASAW AVE||37207||Poss.or Casual Exch.|
|Simon, Tamura||EASTMORELAND ST||37207||Suspended License, 2nd Off|
|Booker, Josh||MORAN AVE||37216||Res. Arr.|
|Griffin, Chrystal||NORVEL AVE||37216||Theft over $1,000|
|Williams, Christopher||SCOTT AVE||37216||No Driver’s License|
Here are some of the highlights on these arrests:
Saintcroix entered an undercover detectives vehicle and said that prior to going anywhere she needed to check in at room 120 of the key motel where I observed Krause lying on the bed. I then left the key motel and made an agreement with Saintcroix for $80 for 20 minutes of her time. Kraus followed us in a blue dodge pick up as her security. I informed Saintcroix that I was a police officer and she quickly exited my vehicle and entered the vehicle Kraus was waiting in to pick her up after the deal. She had extensive prostitution history.
ON 8/25/17 AT APPROXIMATELY 1225 HOURS, MPD RECEIVED INFORMATION THAT A MIKE AT 1010 CAHAL HAD KILLED HIS WIFE. UPON ARRIVAL, OFFICERS WERE ADVISED THAT THE SHOOTER HAD A HOSTAGE IN THE BACKYARD AT GUNPOINT. OFFICERS DIRECTED ALL PERSONS IN THE BACKYARD TO GET ON THE GROUND. JAMES EDEN ADVISED SGT. SCOTT BILLINGSBY THAT THE SUSPECT WHO HAD A WOMAN BY THE FENCE WAS THE SUSPECT AND HE HAD THE FEMALE HELD BESIDE HIM. SGT. BILLINGSBY ADVISED THE SUSPECT TO GET ON THE GROUND. THE SUSPECT REFUSED TO OBEY AN OFFICIAL ORDER TO MAINTAIN PUBLIC SAFETY IN AN EMERGENCY SITUATION. THERE WAS AN IMMEDIATE HAZARD TO THE FEMALE DUE TO KNOWN INFORMATION AT THE TIME. THE SUSPECT WAS DIRECTED TO THE GROUND. THE SUSPECT REFUSED TO FOLLOW ORDERS AND USED PHYSICAL FORCE AGAINST THE OFFICER TO PREVENT HIMSELF FROM BEING HANDCUFFED.
ON 08/19/17 the defendant above was observed entering the Sam’s Club located at 615 Old Hickory Blvd by video surveillance and store loss prevention. The defendant then selects a TV, valued at $1,149, and a wall mount for the TV, valued at $80, and places it onto a shopping cart. The defendant then proceeds to the exit, passing all points of sale, where she presents a photo copied receipt from another store to the employee at the door and exits the store. Loss prevention then approaches the defendant in the parking lot and asks to verify the receipt, at which point the defendant enters a vehicle with a tag of 7H20A2 and flees the area. The tag of the vehicle is registered to 1429 Norvel Ave in Nashville Tn. That address was ran through TLO, which connected the defendant above to that address. Video and photos taken by loss prevention were compared to booking pictures of the defendant to verify her identity. A photo lineup was also shown to loss prevention, positively identifying the defendant above as the suspect in the theft. The defendant has a history of theft.
The defendant came to the Walmart at 7044 Charlotte Pk to confront a Walmart employee about an order of protection she obtained on him. A Walmart manager responded to assist his employee. After the Walmart manager called the Police, the defendant hit the manager’s hand when he slapped the phone out of his hand.. The defendant eventually left the store in a Nissan Altima (TN tag xxx). Police observed the defendant leaving the Walmart and made an investigative stop near Charlotte Pk/River Rd. The Police verified the order of protection with the DCSO before proceeding back to the defendant’s vehicle. The Police informed the defendant about the order of protection and that he needed to step out of the car because he was under arrest. The defendant refused to get out of the car and sped of in a quick manner.
On 08/29/2017 in Davidson County your Affiant was conducting surveillance in the Kroger parking lot near Gallatin Pike and Hart Lane. At approximately 2040 hrs. your Affiant observed the Defendant, CARVER, arrive in a red Nissan Sentra with TN Tag 9D27X7 and engage in activity consistent of that of a drug transaction with a female white in a red Mitsubishi car. Shortly after that incident, Det. Dean observed CARVER conduct a hand to hand transaction with a male white in an alley behind the Cook Out Restaurant near Gallatin Pike and Litton Ave. After witnessing that transaction, Det. Dean then followed CARVER as he traveled on Litton Ave. CARVER failed to signal his turn as he traveled / turned onto Northview Ave from Litton Ave. CARVER then quickly turned around on Northview Ave and again failed to signal his turn from Northview Ave onto Litton Ave. Your Affiant then stopped CARVER at Davis Rd and Lealand Ave. Your Affiant then made contact with CARVER at the driver side window and your Affiant could smell a strong odor of marijuana emitting from the vehicle. Your Affiant then asked CARVER about the marijuana odor and he stated that he had smoked marijuana earlier in the day. CARVER then stepped out of the vehicle, and a search of the vehicle yielded loose cocaine “Crack” rocks on the driver floor area (which weighed approx. 0.6 grams and field tested positive for a cocaine base), a digital scale with cocaine residue, and 3 torn plastic “corner” baggies with powder residue. CARVER was also in possession of $310 in US currency in denominations consistent of that of street level narcotic sales. Due to observing what appeared to be drug transactions, the amount of “crack” cocaine, and a digital scale it leads your Affiant to believe that CARVER was selling / distributing cocaine.
On 7/26/2017 at approx. 2000 hrs, the victim reports that she was working at the La Coste store in Greenhills mall. While working she noticed 2 f/b subjects stacking clothes for a possible grab and run shoplifting. To try to deter this, she proceeded to the entrance of the store. The subjects then made the grab and ran out, the victim attempted to stop one of the suspects and recovered some of the clothes, however this suspect began punching the victim in the head and continued to exit the store with some merchandise. The victim was able to recover some of the merchandise but the suspects were still able to flee the store with over $1000.00 worth of clothing. The victim found where the stolen clothes were being sold on Facebook and then located both suspects facebook page. The victim identified the defendant as the suspect that assaulted her to exit the store with the merchandise.
Defendant was in the passenger seat of a stolen vehicle that officers attempted to make a traffic stop on. When the vehile was stopped the passenger was asleep in the front passenger seat with the seat belt on and when officers woke up the defendant she stated that she was unaware of where she was or how she got there. The defendant had a glass pipe that she was sitting on and when officers were searching the vehicle and property a rod that is commonly used to push material into a pipe, a glass pipe with burn marks on it, a syringe and two pills (one red and one blue) were located in the defendants purse. The defendant did state that the purse was hers. Officers were unable to identify the pills and they were turned into evidence. The defendant repeated a few times that she was unsure were she was at or how she got there.
ON 08/30/2017 AT APPROXIMATELY 1600 HOURS, OFFICERS INITIATED A TRAFFIC STOP ON THE VEHICLE DRIVEN BY THE DEFENDANT FOR AN EXPIRED LICENSE PLATE AND DRIVER SIDE BRAKE LAMP OUT. THE DEFENDANT STATED THAT HE DID NOT HAVE A LICENSE AND PRODUCED A TN ID. THE DEFENDANT’S LICENSE STATUS WAS FOUND TO BE REVOKED IN ARMS. THE DEFENDANT HAS 3 FTA’S / FTB’S IN THE LAST 5 YEARS. A PHYSICAL ARREST WAS MADE DUE TO A REASONABLE LIKELIHOOD THAT THE DEFENDANT WILL FAIL TO APPEAR IN COURT.
I observed a white SUV traveling South on Brick Church Pke. The vehicle appeared to be moving faster than the posted speed of 40 mph. When checked using laser, I determined the vehicle to be traveling at 50 mph. I stopped the vehicle at 2200 Brick Church Pke and made contact with the driver, who is the defendant. She provided me with her SSN, which I used to confirm her identity on ARMS. I also was able to determine that her license was suspended. She does not qualify for a state citation due to two recent ftbs.
The listed vehicle was observed parked on the church property at 925 N. 6th St. I approached the vehicle and observed the defendant asleep in the driver seat. The keys were in the ignition of the vehicle. I tapped on the window and shined my flashlight into the defendant’s face and he did not wake up. I opened the driver side door in an attempt to wake the defendant. I called out loudly “Sir!” the defendant mumbled incoherently. I shook the defendant’s arm and he sat up. I was able to obtain the defendant’s license from his wallet which was in his back pocket. There was a strong odor of an alcoholic beverage coming from the defendant’s breath and person. The defendant had blood shot, watery eyes. I asked the defendant to step out of the vehicle and he was unsteady on his feet. The defendant admitted to drinking alcohol but could not tell me how much he had to drink. I asked if the defendant would agree to perform the standard field sobriety tasks and he agreed. The defendant was unable to perform the tasks to the standard. Based on my observations and interactions I placed the defendant under arrest for driving under the influence. I read the defendant his Miranda rights and he stated he understood. I then read the defendant the implied consent form and he stated he understood. The defendant refused to provide a breath sample to determine the level of alcohol in his blood stream. The defendant was transported to booking without incident.
I observed the defendant arguing along with the co-defendant with another male at the intersection of 2nd Ave n and Church St. The defendant along with the other parties were warned to cease the disturbance and leave the area the defendant and co-defendant refused. Making contact with the individuals, it was determined that the co-defendant had to be taken into custody. When being done so by officer Spann, the defendant grabbed the co-defendant in an attempt to pull her away from officer Spann. I advised him three times to not intervene and to let go of the co-defendant. He refused and was taken into custody without further incident. It is apparent alcohol was a contributing factor with this incident, as they had recently left a bar.
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