Jimena Espindola was asleep in her home at 3:30 a.m. on June 22nd when she was awakened by a light in her room. She says she observed a man she recognized as her neighbor, 27-year-old Ron Rockhill, as the intruder. Fearing for her safety, she pretended to be asleep, and he soon fled the scene. She contacted police and reported the incident and that he had taken $60 in cash from her purse. She positively identified him from a photo lineup, and a warrant was issued for his arrest. Rockhill was jailed on that warrant Tuesday, charging him with felony aggravated burglary.
Metro Nashville Police say they used an undercover detective at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday to approach 35-year-old Fredrick Antwain Burns in downtown Nashville to attempt to buy $20 worth of marijuana. Burns walked a block away to his vehicle and drove it back to the undercover detective to serve him. In exchange for the $20 bill, he handed the detective a small plastic bag with 1 gram of suspected marijuana inside. As he pulled off, a unit pulled him over to arrest him, and detectives believe that Burns ate the $20 of buy money as they were unable to locate it elsewhere.
Brian Reed told Metro Nashville Police that his girlfriend, 20-year-old Julia Krogh, sent him a text message to come home and move out when she found out he was cheating on her. He arrived at the Antioch residence and found her armed with his gun. An altercation ensued, the two wrestled, and he eventually took control of the gun, but not before she punched him in the face and shattered the screen of his phone. During questioning, Krogh told police she “got violent” and admitted to punching him and throwing his phone because she knew he was recording.
Just after 2 a.m. Wednesday, Metro Nashville Police officers responded to Rosa L. Parks Blvd & Church St where a vehicle driven by 27-year-old Mitchell Webb was reportedly crashing into traffic cones. Officers arrived to find Webb out of his vehicle and with the construction crew. He stated he was coming from Broadway. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests that he completed, as they were stopped due to his level of intoxication. He only admitted to drinking “coke”, and would not answer any questions about his alcohol intake, and refused all other tests. He was transported to booking and charged with DUI.
33-year-old Seth Pedigo is charged with felony vandalism after police say he used a rock to clearly etch an “X” into the door of a 2021 white Tesla Model 3. The car is owned by one of Nashville’s worst realtors, Stephen Delahoussaye of House Haven Realty. He says he confronted the man and asked him why he vandalized his car, and Pedigo reportedly replied, “I was trying to mark where I was”… as in ‘x’ marks the spot. Delahoussaye provided a video of the crime to police, and Pedigo was taken into custody as he was still on the property.
39-year-old Takeia McDavis is facing a felony vandalism charge after witnesses say she arrived at the workplace of her ex-husband, Juston Lawrence, and smashed the windows out of his parked vehicle using a red crowbar. His supervisor went outside and disarmed McDavis. She was transported to booking without further incident.
Police were dispatched to the multi-million dollar Arundel Ct estate of Scott & Dawn Becker in the early hours of Monday morning in what was initially coded as a residential burglary in progress. In the backyard area was an unconscious female who was naked from the waist down, later identified as 18-year-old Isabella Glaser. The homeowner explained the girl showed up at their door and began to bang on it while holding a cat. She then went to the rear of the estate, where she removed her pants and began to pleasure herself until she was unconscious. Officers checked for signs of life and determined she was breathing and had a pulse. She eventually became aware of her surroundings and stated she was just out chasing her cat and wasn’t sure how she came to this location. She was reportedly intoxicated and reeked of alcohol, eventually resulting in her arrest for public intoxication.
38-year-old Donald Chris Hudson was one of three men fighting with security and valet staff at the JW Marriott Hotel in downtown Nashville this weekend. Officers working the Entertainment District Initiative responded to the scene and viewed a video that showed the initial fight began with Hudson being approached by a person that was no longer present, and during the subsequent argument, Hudson quickly stood up and pushed the other man, causing a fight to break out. Due to this and his level of intoxication, Hudson was taken into custody and transported to booking.
Metro Nashville Police arrived at a residence on Clearbrook Drive Saturday to find multiple bullet holes in the grass of the yard, as well as a shotgun shell. Christian Venson called 911 to report that his girlfriend’s brother, 36-year-old Julian Michael Keith knocked on his door then he heard a gunshot. He had also knocked on the door of his mother, Julia Keith. As Venson ventured outside with his girlfriend, Johanna Keith, they observed Julian standing with a shotgun in his hand. He began ranting about an incident from two months prior and stated he was angry. He then asked Venson, “Do you want to come to get the gun out of my hands?” Venson replied “no” to the question, and Keith continued, “Because I would blow your head off.” Venson told him that he didn’t want to die today, prompting Keith to turn and fire another shot into the ground with the shotgun. Keith then fled in his vehicle before officers arrived. He was then located and taken into custody. Venson says he believes Keith acted this way because he had been up for 24 hours due to his ADHD.
Metro Nashville Police working the Entertainment District Initiative in downtown Nashville Saturday responded to a fight call at the JW Marriott on 8th Ave S. and found 33-year-old Jacob Thibodeau, who they described as “very belligerent and verbally aggressive” to officers and staff. Thibodeau ripped off his shirt and yelled, “I am a Marine Corps Veteran!…” during the kerfuffle, followed by “he needs his f***** a** kicked!…” in response to a citizen whose vehicle was damaged in a separate incident at the same location. The staff also showed police a video of Thibodeau starting a fight with another individual prior to their arrival. He was warned to stop yelling, screaming, and making threats but was not hearing any of the suggestions and remained disorderly. Officers eventually arrested him and transported him to booking.