Tanesha Clay, who we covered last year when she kicked an MNPD Officer in the testicles twice, sending him to the hospital, has now assaulted another officer, biting his middle finger last night during an attempt to arrest her, and refusing to let go. NFD eventually offered to sedate her so she could be transported.
If your name is Willie Outlaw, you should probably know better than to sign search consent forms, and freely tell police about your drug selling business. But that’s exactly what happened during a #MNPD ‘knock-and-talk’ on Monday…
16-year-old fugitive David Earl Mays was attempting to carjack Brian Redden, 38, at 7:13 p.m. when he shot him in the lower torso. Redden underwent surgery Wednesday night at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
BREAKING: David Mays, 16, is presumed armed and dangerous. He shot an Uber driver Wednesday night at the Exxon on Shelby Ave
A lawsuit has been filed against Chad Baker, an owner of Spot’s Pet Supply (and also of The Dog Spot), in response to the death of Lucy, a dog that was allegedly injured while in their care last year. Chad Baker has been on the losing end of another lawsuit recently, due to the death of a dot at The Dog Spot location in East Nashville, which as recently closed, as did as their downtown location.