How many drugs in your groin? a lot.

Goodlettsville Police located a bag hidden in the groin area inside of Mitchell Bassett’s pants, containing 48 grams of heroin among 8 bags, 46 grams of crystal meth in two bags, 1.2 grams of cocaine, and 1.6 grams of marijuana. Someone at the Motel 6 in Goodlettsville called police to report possible drug activity in a car in the parking lot at 1:40 a.m. Wednesday morning. Police responded and made contact with the vehicle occupants, one of which was 35-year-old Mitchell James Bassett. A syringe was observed in plain view,…

Woman pulls gun on ex-boyfriend, “You’re too short to do anything” #ARRESTED

A couple broke up on Monday, and on Tuesday morning he ran into her with another man at Bud’s Market on Buchanan. He called her ‘messy’; she pulled a gun and called him ‘ too short to do anything’. The ex-girlfriend, Marquisha Jackson was eventually arrested.

Man pours vodka on sleeping girlfriend, strangles her while yelling ‘I know you don’t love me anymore’, per police.

Metro Police responded to a Donelson home just before 5 a.m. Sunday morning, to find Robert McCullough, III, had woke his girlfriend up by pouring vodka on her body, pulled her from the bed by her ankles, threw her back onto the bed, and strangled her while yelling “I know you don’t love me anymore!”

Man threatens to stab roommate in heart with knife, tells MNPD he will play the “retard card” to get away with it

Metro Police say Ian Peterson told them he would play the “retard” card and get away with his aggravated assault charge “like had every other time”. Peterson is charged with pulling knife on a man he shared a room with in a boarding house, threatening to stab in in the heart, and cutting the window blinds while commenting on how “good that knife slices”.

Nashville rideshare driver kicks couple out of car, female then assaults her soldier boyfriend #arrested

Metro Police say 21-year-old Whitney Gray and her boyfriend we out drinking at downtown Nashville bars Saturday night, when they got a rideshare to take them back home to Ft. Campbell. They were in the vehicle when they began to verbally argue, and the driver stopped at a convenience store at 1702 West End Avenue, and kicked them out of the vehicle, telling them they would have to get a different driver.