40-year-old Ramiro Bartolo-Alcantar was charged with sexual exploitation of a minor when Homeland Security Investigations tracked his phone through a social media app called AirG and found lewd photos of children ranging from the ages of 4 to 14.
33-year-old Ryan Ray was charged with inciting to riot, arson, four counts of vandalism, and two counts of burglary after setting a fire, stealing from multiple Broadway businesses, and trying to recruit a group of protestors to join him in the degradation of downtown Nashville by saying “We’re about to f*ck Broadway up!”
19-year-old Anthony Rivera-Perez was charged with criminal homicide and aggravated robbery when he robbed Carniceria Dominguez at gunpoint then shot his father in the neck after a dispute about money the next day, per report.
62-year-old Julius Mcclellan was charged with aggravated assault, false imprisonment, and interference with a 911 call when he trapped a woman in the house and brandished a belt while telling her, “If you don’t sit down I’ll break your motherf***ing neck. I’ll hang your ass.”
In an announcement Tuesday morning, city officials announced that Nashville will retreat to a hybrid version of Phase II of the COVID-19 reopening plan. Bars will be closed for two weeks, starting tonight. No downtown fireworks. No large gatherings.