15 of our our East Nashville friends and neighbors were bailed out of jail in Nashville on Tuesday. Bonds posted on 09/06 with a 37206, 37207, or 37216 home ZIP code.
|Butler, Joshua||HARRIETTE CT||37206||Asl, Dom Bod Inju|
|Coward, Benjamin||S 8TH CT||37206||Driv. Lic. Revoked|
|Daniels, Tiffany||S 8TH CT||37206||Robbery|
|Morton, Ronquez||S 7TH ST||37206||Agg Assault – Strangulation|
|Higgins, Keosha||GOODMORNING DR||37207||Theft u/$500|
|Higgins, Keosha||Goodmorning Dr.||37207||Theft u/$500|
|Hughes, Sydney||DICKERSON PIKE||37207||Child Neglect – Child 9-17|
|Hughes, Sydney||DICKERSON PIKE||37207||Child Neglect – Child 9-17|
|Johnson, Andreas||WHITES CREEK PIKE||37207||Driv. Lic. Suspended|
|Krause, Robert||HAMPTON ST||37207||Poss.or Casual Exch.|
|Mchaney, Renault||LISCHEY AVE||37207||Vandalism $1,000 or less|
|Newsom, Jermaine||STAINBACK AVE||37207||Protect. Order Viol.|
|Newsom, Raynard||BORDEAUX PL||37207||Poss.or Casual Exch.|
|Newsom, Raynard||BORDEAUX PL||37207||Driv. Lic. Suspended|
|Newsom, Ryan||BORDEAUX PL||37207||Poss.or Casual Exch.|
|Tapia, Jacob||DICKERSON PIKE||37207||Agg Assault – Deadly Weapon|
|Tapia, Jacob||Dickerson Pk.||37207||Agg Assault – Deadly Weapon|
|Thompson, Fredrick||NORTHBROOK DR||37207||Open Cont.|
|Thompson, Fredrick||NORTHBROOK DR||37207||Implied Consent-Civil|
|Thompson, Fredrick||NORTHBROOK DR||37207||DUI|
|Thompson, Fredrick||NORTHBROOK DR||37207||Unl.Use Dr. Paraph.|
|Thompson, Fredrick||NORTHBROOK DR||37207||Poss.or Casual Exch.|
|Thompson, Fredrick||NORTHBROOK DR||37207||Driv. Lic. Suspended|
|Thompson, Fredrick||NORTHBROOK DR||37207||Poss. of Revoked Lic.|
|Covington, Cieaira||COOPER LN||37216||Harassment|
DEFENDANT: Tiffany Daniels
the victim stated that she was being followed by her boyfriend, and her boyfriend had another person in the vehicle. after they had the victim trapped both suspects approached her car, and when her and suspect 1 were fighting over her wallet, suspect 2 pulled a gun on her and said give him what she wants. victim said that this suspect pressed the gun to her head.
DEFENDANT: Ronquez A Morton
Victim and defendant have had a sexual relationship. Victim stated that the defendant came to her apartment and brought her some ham to eat. Victim stated that she told the defendant that she had gone to the doctor and that she was not pregnant with his child. Victim stated that the defendant became irate and began yelling at her. Victim stated that she told the defendant to leave and the defendant told her he was not going anywhere. Victim stated that the defendant grabbed her by the throat with both hands from the front and began strangling her. Victim stated that she tried to yell out, but the defendant would squeeze harder. Victim stated that the defendant let go when he heard her baby daddy knocking on the door. Victim stated that the defendant ran out of the apartment. Police and Medics observed bruising around the victim’s throat, the victim having a scratchy voice, and signs of possible petechia in the victim’s eyes. Police and medics agreed that all of these together were signs exhibited by someone who has been strangled. Pictures were taken for the report.
DEFENDANT: Renauld Mchaney
Police were dispatched to 1430 Lischey Avenue on a domestic dispute. Upon arriving on scene police spoke with the victim who stated she got into a verbal argument with the defendant. The victim stated the argument turned physical and the suspect put his hands on her. The victim did not have any visible injuries and refused prosecution. During the course of the argument the defendant proceeded to punch a hole in the wall of the residence. The argument continued and eventually the defendant walked out the front door. The victim closed the door behind the defendant and the defendant proceeded to slam the outside door, which caused the door jam to completely break. The damage to the door was estimated to be less than $1000. While police were at the scene the defendant came walking back up and wanted to talk with police. The defendant has stayed at the location for two years but is not on the lease at the location. The victim and defendant have a domestic relationship as they are boyfriend and girlfriend and live together. The defendant was taken into custody and transported to booking without further incident.
DEFENDANT: Raynard S Newsom
On 09/06/2017 I observed a 2008 black Ford Fusion with a temporary tag driving in bound on Dickerson Pike. The vehicle’s temporary tag was flipped up where police could not read the tag. When I stopped the vehicle the temporary tag dropped down normal when the wind wasn’t blowing the tag up. Upon my approach of the vehicle I could smell the faint odor of marijuana emitting from inside the vehicle. After gathering there information I spoke with the driver, Raynard Newsome, who gave verbal consent to search his person and the vehicle. During the search of the vehicle I located two Mcdonald’s bags in the passenger side floor board. Both occupants had been eating Mcdonalds when I approached. One bag was open and the other was folded down tight. Inside of the closed bag I located a plastic baggy containing marijuana. Under miranda both occupants stated that the marijuana did not belong to them but the passenger, Ryan Newsome, stated that the Mcdonald’s bag that the marijuana was in before I told them which bag it was in. Ryan Newsome then stated that someone must have placed the marijuana in there.
DEFENDANT: Jacob Tapia
(victim) stated she was involved in a argument with Mr. Tapia over him wanting to leave the residence at 0000 hours. Mr. Tapia became upset with Ms. (victim) after she started to take pictures off the wall of them together. Mr. Tapia then got into his vehicle and according to Ms. (victim), pointed the gun at her and fired. Mr. Tapia proceeded to drive away from the residence and shot approximately six more times. Police recovered several .40 caliber casings at the residence.
DEFENDANT: Frederick Devon Thompson
THE DEFENDANT WAS OBSERVED DRIVING ON BRICK CHURCH PIKE DURING THE HOURS OF DARKNESS. THE DEFENDANT WAS DRIVING A VEHICLE THAT VIOLATED THE FAILURE TO ILLUMINATE THE LICENSE PLATE LAW. IN ADDITION THE DEFENDANT COULD NOT MAINTAIN HIS LANE OF TRAVEL. I INITIATED A TRAFFIC STOP ON THE DEFENDANT. THE DEFENDANTS VEHICLE SMELLED STRONGLY OF MARIJUANA. IN PLAIN VIEW WAS A BUD ICE BEER CAN. THE DEFENDANTS EYES WERE EXTREMELY BLOOD SHOT AND WATERY. THE DEFENDANT WAS UNSTEADY EXITING THE VEHICLE. THE DEFENDANT SHOWED FOUR INDICATORS ON THE HGN TASK. THE DEFENDANT SHOWED SEVEN INDICATORS ON THE WALK AND TURN. THE DEFENDANT DEFENDANT SHOWED FOUR INDICATORS ON THE ONE LEG STAND. UNDER MIRANDA THE DEFENDANT ADMITTED TO SMOKING MARIJUANA PRIOR TO DRIVING. THE DEFENDANT WAS INFORMED OF THE TENNESSEE IMPLIED CONSENT ADVISEMENT FORM AND REFUSED A BLOOD TEST. A PROBABLE CAUSE SEARCH OF THE DEFENDANTS VEHICLE YIELDED APPROXIMATELY ONE GRAM OF MARIJUANA. IN ADDITION NEXT TO THE MARIJUANA WAS A PACKET OF WHITE GRAPE CIGARILLOS. THE DEFENDANT HANDED OFFICERS HIS TENNESSEE DRIVER LICENSE. ARMS CONFIRMED THE DEFENDANTS LICENSE IS SUSPENDED.
DEFENDANT: Cieaira Covington
THE VICTIM, IS THE SISTER OF THE DEFENDANT, MS CIEAIRA COVINGTON. MS (victim) AND MS COVINGTON DO NOT LIVE TOGETHER IN THE SAME RESIDENCE. MS (victim) STATED SHE RECEIVED A PHONE CALL FROM MS COVINGTON AT 1455 HOURS WANTING HER ASSISTANCE ON A MATTER WITH HER SON. MS (victim) STATED SHE WAS TRYING TO WORK OUT THE SITUATION WITH THEIR MOTHER OVER THE PHONE. MS (victim) STATED AT APPROXIMATELY 1704 HOURS, SHE RECEIVED A THREATENEING PHONE CALL FROM MS COVINGTON. MS (victim) STATED MS COVINGTON NOW THINKS SHE IS SIDING WITH THEIR MOTHER AND THREATENED TO COME TO WHERE SHE LIVES AND FLATTEN THE TIRES ON HER CAR. MS (victim) STATED MS COVINGTON CALLED HER SIX TIMES SINCE 1704 HOURS, YELLING AT HER OVER THE PHONE. MS (victim) STATED SHE TOLD MS COVINGTON TO LEAVE HER ALONE. MS (victim) STATED SHE HAD TO BLOCK MS COVINGTON’S PHONE NUMBER. MS (victim) STATED MS COVINGTON MADE OTHER PHONE CALLS TO RELATIVES WHO LET HER KNOW THAT MS COVINGTON WAS GOING TO MAKE GOOD ON HER THREATS TO COME TO HER APARTMENT AND DAMAGE HER VEHICLE. MS (victim) STATED SHE IS NOT AFRAID OF MS COVINGTON HURTING HER BUT IS TRULY AFRAID AND CONCERNED THAT MS COVINGTON WILL COME BY HER APARTMENT AND DAMAGE HER VEHICLE OR PROPERTY.