Jenita Jones, 39, remains in a Nashville jail this morning in lieu of a $5,000 bond. She is charged with child abuse and domestic assault, after police say she punched her 15-year-old daughter with her fists, and then hit her in the face with a belt, as punishment for stealing a candy bar and a bag of chips from a store.
DCSO was booking 40-year-old Ginger Burgess into custody when, during a search, 2 crack pipes, a lighter, and a box of methamphetamine, were all recovered from her ‘prison purse’.
Metro Nashville is set to settle an excessive use-of-force lawsuit against the Davidson County Sheriff’s Department for $110,000.00, with an additional $50,000.00 allotted for attorney fees. While being booked, Timothy Warren was punched in the face, knocked to the ground, his body repeatedly slammed onto the floor, resulting in multiple physical injuries, including a broken fibula, a right ankle fracture, ankle dislocation, and facial lacerations.
NES isn’t getting enough people to ‘opt-in’ to round their bill up to the next whole dollar, to benefit their ‘Home Energy Uplift’ program, so they’re asking the Metro Council for their blessing to OPT-IN every single Nashvillian to the program, without asking their for permission, increasing the amount they pay each month. The council will vote on the resolution Wednesday night.
Christopher Tefteller, 38, was arrested on weapon and drug charges after police walked up on him weighing out cocaine in his car while parked on Norton Avenue, in North East Nashville.
Metro Police K-9 Ringo and his partner, Officer Spencer Harris, tracked 21-year-old Jairo Hernandez, who was wanted for burglary, on Blackman Drive this afternoon, where he was taken into custody after being found hiding in a shed.
Manuel Henry, 52, was arrested early Friday morning, on an outstanding warrant charging him with unlawful exposure, after he posted nude photos of his wife on the outside of her apartment door, for everyone in the complex to view. The couple is in the middle of a contested divorce.
Julie Chrisley finds herself back in a Nashville courtroom this month, fighting yet another financial judgment against her. In June we reported on the Davidson County Sheriff’s Office serving a judge’s order to enter the Nashville home of Julie Chrisley (of Chrisley Knows Best fame) and seize her clothing, jewelry, and other personal property, to satisfy a $20,802.87 judgment that the reality TV star had not paid. The new judgment is more than 7x that amount.
Tuan stepped out of his vehicle, wearing a yellow glove on his hand that was gripping a handgun. Tuan then pointed the gun at the victim, who was now sitting in her vehicle, and demanded that she open the door of the vehicle, or he would shoot her.
Erik Hooks-Williams, 19, was arrested on Saturday, after he was found asleep in a stolen car, in the middle of a street in East Nashville, with a loaded pistol in his shorts, hollow point bullets, and counterfeit money in his car.