5 of our our East Nashville friends and neighbors were bailed out of jail in Nashville on Tuesday. Bonds posted on 09/05 with a 37206, 37207, or 37216 home ZIP code.
|Price, Travell||N 9TH ST||37206||Fel. C/S|
|Bostic, Thomas||DELLWAY VILLA RD||37207||Revoked License, 2nd Off|
|Fitzgerald, Tondrique||ROGER WILLIAMS AVE||37207||Theft $1,000 or less|
|Fitzgerald, Tondrique||ROGER WILLIAMS AVE||37207||Vandalism $1,000 or less|
|Buckner, Samuel||STOCKELL ST||37207||Implied Consent-Civil|
|Buckner, Samuel||STOCKELL ST||37207||Revoked License, 2nd Off|
|Buckner, Samuel||STOCKELL ST||37207||Poss.or Casual Exch.|
|Buckner, Samuel||STOCKELL ST||37207||DUI|
|Boyd, Eric||MALQUIN DR||37216||DUI- 3rd Off.|
|Boyd, Eric||MALQUIN DR||37216||Open Cont.|
DEFENDANT: Travell Price
your affiant met with a confidential informant for the purpose of buying a quantity of cocaine from your defendant. Your affiants CI purchased a felony amount of cocaine from your defendant in Davidson County.
DEFENDANT: Thomas Bostic
THE DEFENDANT WAS DRIVING A SILVER MITSUBISHI GALLANT, WHEN OFFICER SAW HIM RUN THE STOP SIGN AT DONALD/DICKERSON. A TRAFFIC STOP WAS INITIATED. THE DEFENDANT WAS SLOW TO STOP, PULLING INTO THE APARTMENTS ON DELLWAY VILLA AND DRIVING TOWARDS THE BACK. WHEN OFFICER APPROACHED THE CAR, THE DEFENDANT PRESENTEDAN ID ONLY CARD. A CHECK OF STATE RECORDS VERIFIED HE HAS A REVOKED DL. HE HAS MULITPLE PRIOR CONVICTIONS FOR DRIVING ON A SUSPENDED AND REVOKED LICENSE.
DEFENDANT: Tondrique J Fitzgerald
Officers responded to a report of a burglary in progress at xxx S. 6th Street, Nashville, Tennessee. Officers arrived on scene and made contact with the victim and resident, Ms. (victim) . Ms. (victim) advised that she was at the location when the defendant, Mr. Tondrique Fitzgerald, walked into the apartment unannounced with a group of unknown friends. Ms. (victim) and Mr. Fitzgerald have a mutual child together.
Ms. (victim) stated to officers that she asked Mr. Fitzgerald and his friends to leave the apartment due to Mr. Fitzgerald being banned from James Cayce Housing Authority. Ms. (victim) advised that this caused Mr. Fitzgerald to become upset. Ms. (victim) advised that Mr. Fitzgerald then grabbed her phone from off of the table and walked out of the back door of the apartment with it. Ms. (victim) stated that she then locked the apartment doors to prevent Mr. Fitzgerald from re-entering the apartment.
Ms. (victim) advised that Mr. Fitzgerald then walked around to the front of the apartment building and began banging on the door in an attempt to get Ms. (victim) to let him back in. Ms. (victim) advised that, when she refused, he pulled the window mounted air conditioning unit out of the window and threw it onto the ground. Ms. (victim) advised that she then shut and locked the aforementioned window, at which point Mr. Fitzgerald picked up a large rock and threw it through the window. Ms. (victim) advised that Mr. Fitzgerald then picked up a tree branch and began smashing out what remained of the damaged window.
Ms. (victim) advised that Mr. Fitzgerald then fled the scene on foot due to the close proximity of officers, who were in the area due to another unrelated incident. Ms. (victim) advised that Mr. Fitzgerald fled the scene with her phone in his possession, but accidentally left his phone inside of the apartment in his haste.
Officers examined Ms. (victim) window. Officers observed that the window appeared to be smashed out and an air conditioning unit was lying on the ground outside of the apartment. This damage was photographed as evidence. Officers also took possession of the phone and turned it into the MPD Property Room as evidence.
Ms. (victim) advised that she did not wish to prosecute Mr. Fitzgerald for any crime. However, due to the domestic relationship between the two parties, officers were required to prosecute Mr. Fitzgerald on Ms. (victim) behalf.
DEFENDANT: Samuel P Buckner
THE DEFENDANT WAS OBSERVED DRIVING ON BRICK CHURCH PIKE. THE DEFENDANT WAS DRIVING A VEHICLE THAT VIOLATED THE FAILURE TO ILLUMINATE THE LICENSE PLATE LAW. I INITIATED A TRAFFIC STOP ON THE DEFENDANT. THE DEFENDANTS VEHICLE SMELLED OF MARIJUANA. THE DEFENDANT WAS ASKED TO EXIT THE VEHICLE. THE DEFENDANT WAS UNSTEADY EXITING THE VEHICLE. THE DEFENDANT SMELLED OF ALCOHOL IN THE OPEN AIR. THE DEFENDANT UNDER MIRANDA ADMITTED TO CONSUMING ALCOHOL AS WELL AS MARIJUANA PRIOR TO DRIVING. THE DEFENDANTS EYES WERE BLOOD SHOT AND WATERY. THE DEFENDANTS SPEECH WAS SLURRED. THE DEFENDANT SHOWED ALL SIX INDICATORS ON THE HGN TASK. THE DEFENDANT SHOWED FIVE INDICATORS ON THE WALK AND TURN. THE DEFENDANT SHOWED FOUR INDICATORS ON THE ONE LEG STAND. THE DEFENDANT WAS INFORMED OF THE TENNESSEE IMPLIED CONSENT ADVISEMENT FORM. THE DEFENDANT REFUSED TO CONSENT TO A BLOOD TEST.
ARMS CONFIRMED THE DEFENDANT HAS SIX FTAS.
ARMS CONFIRMED THE DEFENDANTS LICENSE IS REVOKED.
DEFENDANT: Eric M Boyd
ON 9/2/2017 I WAS FLAGGED DOWN BY A CITIZEN NEAR THE INTERSECTION OF DICKERSON PKE AND DOVERSIDE DR. THE CITIZEN STATED THAT SHE WAS WORRIED ABOUT A MALE WHO WAS SITTING ASLEEP IN A SILVER VAN IN THE LEFT HAND TURNING LANE AT THAT INTERSECTION, AND REQUESTED THAT OFFICERS ENSURE THAT HE WAS OK. I PULLED BEHIND THE VEHICLE AND OBSERVED THAT THE VEHICLE FAILED TO TURN LEFT WHEN THE GREEN ARROW INDICATED FOR TRAFFIC TO DO SO. I ALSO OBSERVED THAT THE LICENSE PLATE LIGHT ON THAT VEHICLE WAS OUT, WHILE ITS HEADLIGHTS WERE ON. I INITIATED A STOP AND APPROACHED THE VEHICLE AND OBSERVED THE DRIVER ASLEEP AT THE WHEEL. I OBSERVED THAT THE KEYS WERE IN THE IGNITION AND THE VEHICLE WAS STILL ON, BUT IT HAD BEEN PLACED IN PARK. I OBSERVED THAT THE DRIVER NO LONGER HAD HIS FOOT ON THE PEDALS, AND HIS HANDS WERE ON HIS LAP AND NOT ON THE STEERING WHEEL. I KNOCKED ON THE DRIVER SIDE WINDOW SEVERAL TIMES AND THE DRIVER FINALLY WOKE UP. I ASKED THE DRIVER TO ROLL DOWN HIS WINDOW, AND WHEN HE DID I COULD SMELL A STRONG ODOR OF AN ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE COMING FROM THE VEHICLE AND THE DRIVERS PERSON. I ALSO OBSERVED THAT THE DRIVERS EYES WERE EXTREMELY BLOOD SHOT AND WATERY. I ASKED THE DRIVER IF HE HAD CONSUMED ANY ALCOHOL AND HE STATED IN A VERY SLURRED MANNER THAT HE HAD “A COUPLE.” I ASKED THE DRIVER IF HE WOULD BE WILLING TO SUBMIT TO THE STANDARD FILED SOBRIETY TASKS AND HE VERBALLY AGREED TO DO SO. THE DRIVER INDICATED ON SEVERAL CLUES OF IMPAIRMENT AND WAS TAKEN INTO CUSTODY FOR DUI. THE DRIVER WAS READ MIRANDA AND THE IMPLIED CONSENT LAW, AND DID NOT VERBALLY AGREE OR SIGN THE CONSENT FORM FOR THE BLOOD DRAW. I RAN THE DRIVERS NAME, ERIC BOYD, THROUGH ARMS AND OBSERVED THAT HE HAD PLEAD GUILTY TO DUI SECOND OFFENSE IN 2014, AND A BLOOD SEARCH WARRANT WAS SOUGHT AND GRANTED FOR THE DRIVERS BLOOD. IN THE VEHICLE I OBSERVED AN OPEN, ALMOST EMPTY, SIXTEEN OUNCE CAN OF CLUBTAILS BRAND SUNNY MARGARITA COCKTAIL, WHICH CONTAINED TEN PERCENT ALCOHOL BY VOLUME. THE DRIVER WAS TRANSPORTED TO GENERAL HOSPITAL WHERE THE BLOOD TEST WAS COMPLETED.
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