9 of our our East Nashville friends and neighbors were bailed out of jail in Nashville on Sunday. Bonds posted on 09/10 with a 37206, 37207, or 37216 home ZIP code.
|Fletcher, Randi||N 7TH ST||37206||Asl, Dom Bod Inju|
|Cane-German, Jashaun||RICHMOND HILL DR||37207||Asl, Dom Bod Inju|
|Cane-German, Jashaun||RICHMOND HILL DR||37207||Weapon – Felon Poss|
|Corcoran, Susan||AUGUSTA DR||37207||Harassment|
|Garrett, Davonte||WARD ST||37207||Unl.Use Dr. Paraph.|
|Garrett, Davonte||WARD ST||37207||Poss.or Casual Exch.|
|Garrett, Davonte||WARD ST||37207||Agg Assault – Deadly Weapon|
|Porter, Ametia||YOUNGS LN||37207||Vandalism $1,000 or less|
|Roland, Fredrick||YOUNGS LN||37207||Vandalism $1,000 or less|
|Smith, Kristina||DANE DR||37207||Theft $1,000 or less|
|Brassell, Ronald||CARDINAL AVE||37216||Theft $1,000 or less|
|Brassell, Ronald||CARDINAL AVE||37216||Interference w/911 call|
|Brassell, Ronald||CARDINAL AVE||37216||Asl, Dom Bod Inju|
|Kimbro, Andric||upland dr||37216||DUI|
|Kimbro, Andric||upland dr||37216||Implied Consent-Civil|
DEFENDANT: Jashaun T Cane-German
THE DEFENDANT WAS A PASSENGER IN A VEHICLE THAT WAS OBSERVED DRIVING ON EWING DRIVE DURING THE HOURS OF DARKNESS. IN ADDITION IT WAS RAINING OUTSIDE AT THE TIME OF THE STOP. THE DEFENDANTS VEHICLE WAS BEING OPERATED WITHOUT ITS HEADLIGHTS ON. FINALLY THE VEHICLE THAT WAS BEING DRIVEN BY MR. CANE’S FRIEND HAD EXPIRED REGISTRATION. I CONDUCTED A TRAFFIC STOP ON THE DEFENDANT.
ARMS CONFIRMED THE DRIVER OF THE VEHICLE HAD ONE OUTSTANDING WARRANT.I IDENTIFIED THE DEFENDANT (PASSENGER) IN THE ARMS SYSTEM. ARMS CONFIRMED THE DEFENDANT HAD AN OUTSTANDING WARRANT FOR DOMESTIC ASSAULT.
AN INVENTORY SEARCH OF THE DEFENDANTS VEHICLE PRODUCED A RUGER LC9 HANDGUN.
THE DEFENDANT WAS CONVICTED OF AGGRAVATED ASSAULT IN FEBRUARY OF 2016.
THE DEFENDANT WAS READ HIS MIRANDA RIGHTS AND CLAIMED OWNERSHIP OF THE GUN.
DEFENDANT: Davonte Monwell Garrett
During an investigation into an aggravated assault police were led to the address of 910 Ward Street. While police were in the location with permission from a resident police observed marijuana in plain view in the suspect’s bedroom. Due to the suspect having denied written consent to search the residence for narcotics police applied for a search warrant for the residence. The search warrant was granted by a night court commissioner. Upon searching the residence police retrieved approximately 8 grams of marijuana from the suspect’s room, digital scales from the suspect’s Chevrolet Camaro, a box of 9mm ammunition and a black bandana folded into a triangle consistent with the victim’s description that the suspect had on covering his nose and mouth that was located on the suspect’s bed. The suspect’s mother advised police that he always wears that bandana over his nose and mouth when he rides his motorcycle.
On 08/08/2017 police were called by Mr. xxx while he was working as part of a road crew on Mcferrin Avenue. He called in due to having an individual, described as a thin male black with a yellow shirt and long dreads, pointing a semi-automatic weapon at him when he drove by on a blue sport bike style motorcycle. Mr. xxx advised that he did not know the suspect’s information but knew where he lived due to having a similar run in with him in front of the suspect’s house a week prior. Mr. xxx led police to the location of 910 Ward Street where there was a blue Yamaha sport bike style motorcycle in the driveway. When I approached the bike I felt that the bike was still hot and conducted a knock and talk at the location. A thin black male with a yellow long sleeve t-shirt, blue gym shorts, tall bright green socks and long dreads answered the door. He was detained and I immediately read him his miranda warnings and he stated that he understood his rights. When asked what happened a few minutes prior he stated that he has been home all day and has not left. When I asked when the last time he rode his motorcycle he stated “yesterday”. I then asked him what about today because we have witnesses that saw him on it and he said he ran to the “orange store” and straight back home. He clarified that the “orange store” was the shell station at Douglas Avenue next to Ellington Parkway. I asked if he had any weapons and he stated he did inside. He then stated he did not take his weapon with him to the store this morning. When told witnesses stated he did have his weapons he changed his story saying that he had taken it with him. Officer Price then brought the alleged victim to the location and the victim made a positive show up. After the positive show up he was advised that he was under arrest for aggravated assault. He gave permission to enter the home with him to retrieve the pistol used in the alleged assault. Upon entering the home he took us to his bedroom where there was marijuana in plain view. When asked he stated that he had smoked this morning but not quite a “blunt”. A “blunt” is commonly referred to describe marijuana rolled in a cigarillo paper or approximately 1 gram of marijuana. He stuck with the story for close to thirty minutes until he then advised that he also went to his child’s mother’s family’s house off of Jones Avenue. When at booking he then stated that he didn’t see anyone today except the Hispanic male that he had a confrontation with the week prior. He stated that he saw the Hispanic male off of Gallatin Avenue and when questioned about travelling another place that he had omitted he got extremely defensive. While at booking I was informed by Officer Price that the suspect was alleged to have on a black bandana on his face. I had seen a black bandana on the suspect’s bed when retrieving the pistol.
DEFENDANT: Ametia Rajae Porter
I responded to an incident in regards to a domestic disturbance call. Upon arrival I spoke with Ametia Porter, who advised me that her boyfriend, Frederick Roland, and her were arguing in regards to her speaking with other males that she is currently working with. Ametia Porter advised that her boyfriend took her phone away from her, and started going through it and started calling and text messaging other males to find out if she was cheating on him. Ametia Porter told police that he then broke her phone on the ground, by throwing it and rendering it unusable. Ametia Porter told police that she then took his phone in retaliation and broke it on the ground as well. Ametia Porter admitted to breaking the phone.
DEFENDANT: Fredrick Roland
Victim stated that she and the defendant, her boyfriend, were arguing because she had been talking to another man at work. Victim stated that the defendant tried to take her phone. Victim stated that the defendant was able to get her phone and he smashed it on the ground. Victim showed officer the broken phone. the screen on the phone had been cracked and it looked to be unusable.
DEFENDANT: Kristina Smith
SUBJECT WAS OBSERVED BY THE PROSECUTOR WHO IS AN EMPLOYEE OF THE VICTIM. THE PROSECUTOR IS A LOSS PREVENTION ASSOCIATE FOR THE WALMART AT 2421 POWELL AVE NASHVILLE TENESSEE 37204. SUBJECT WAS OBSERVED BY THE PROSECUTOR PUTTING SEVERAL ITEMS IN HER CART. SHE WAS ALSO SEEN PUTTING ON A DRESS WITH THE TAG. SUBJECT WAS OBSERVED BY THE LOSS PREVENTION OFFICER PAYING FOR SOME OF THE MERCHANDIZE HOW EVER SHE DID OT PAY FOR THE DRESS, A DRINK AND SOME CHICKEN. SUBJECT PASSED ALL POINTS OF SALE AND WAS STOPPED BY THE PROSECUTOR AND DETAINED. SUBJECT THEN CALLED METRO POLICE.
DEFENDANT: Andric Lamont Kimbro
ON 9/10/2017 OFFICERS RESPONDED TO A CALL REGARDING A SAFETY HAZARD, VEHICLE PARKED BETWEEN TWO LANES, ON THE ROADWAY NEAR GALLATIN PKE S AND BRILEY PKWY. WHEN OFFICER COX ARRIVED SHE INITIATED HER BLUE LIGHTS AND THE DRIVER OF THE VEHICLE PULLED OFF FROM THE CENTER OF THE TWO LANES DRIVING OVER THE ELEVATED CENTER MEDIAN. THE DRIVER STOPPED APPROXIMATELY 100 YARDS DOWN THE ROAD NEAR 4801 GALLATIN PKE S. AS OFFICER COX APPROACHED SHE SAW THE DRIVER WHO LOOKED BACK AT HER, THE DRIVER AGAIN BEGAN TO PULL OFF, BUT EVENTUALLY STOPPED. OFFICERS COX APPROACHED THE VEHICLE AND MADE CONTACT WITH THE DRIVER WHOM SHE BELIEVED TO BE UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF SOME TYPE OF SUBSTANCE. I RESPONDED TO THE SCENE AND ASSISTED WITH THE INVESTIGATION. I ASKED THE DRIVER, ADRIC KIMBROUGH, IF HE HAD CONSUMED ANY ALCOHOL AND IN A VERY SLURRED MANNER HE STATED THAT HE HAD ONE BEER. ALSO OBSERVED WAS A VERY STRONG ODOR OF AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE AND THE DRIVERS BOOODSHOT WATERY EYES. I ASKED THE DRIVER IF HE WOULD BE WILLING TO PARTICIPATE IN THE STANDARD FIELD SOBRIETY TASKS, AND HE VERBALLY AGREED TO DO SO. AS WE WERE WALKING TO THE AREA WHERE THE SFST’S WERE TO BE CONDUCTED THE DRIVER, SEVERAL TIMES LOST HIS BALANCE AND CAUGHT HIMSELF. I AGAIN ASKEDTHE DRIVER IF HE WAS OK AND WILLING TO PARTICIPATE IN THE SFST’S, AND HE STATED YES. I ASKED THE DRIVER TO GET INTO POSITION FOR THE HGN PORTION OF THE SFST’S AND HE COULD NOT DO SO. THE DRIVER WAS UBNABLE TO PLACE HIS FEET TOGETHER, AND BEGAN HEAVILY SWAYING. I ENDED THE TASKS FOR THE DRIVERS SAFETY. THE DRIVER HAS A DUI ARREST FROM 2015 WITH A GUILTY PLEA TO A LESSER CHARGE. THE DRIVER WAS READ MIRANDA AND THE IMPLIED CONSENT LAW AND WAS ASKED TO SUBMIT TO A BLOOD DRAW. THE DRIVER VERBALLY REFUSED MY REQUEST FOR A BLOOD DRAW.
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