The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office has charged three individuals after they received an anonymous tip that a kitchen employee with Trinity Service Group, who provides food services to inmates, was bringing in prescription narcotics to an inmate.
Officers over the Labor Day weekend took a number of enforcement actions with the goal of seeing the declining trend of COVID-19 cases in Nashville continue. There were 4 parties and events stopped, 59 citations issued, and 3 arrests made over the weekend.
25-year-old Taniko Taylor was charged with aggravated burglary after she and two others knocked on a woman’s door, then assaulted her and ripped her wig off. The wig was later found in her vehicle by police and she admitted to going there to fight her, per report.
35-year-old Carmeka Worthington was charged with domestic assault after she was involved in an argument with her boyfriend about money that turned physical when she pulled on his clothes and spit in his face, per report.
50-year-old Luvenia Curtis was charged with stalking after being reported for following her ex-boyfriend around job sites. He told police he no longer wished to be in a relationship and she refuses to accept it. She says she just wants closure, per report.
45-year-old Od Keomuangtai was charged with theft of a vehicle after he was found sleeping in the vehicle in a parking lot with the door open, per report.
57-year-old Harold Moore was charged with domestic assault after he was involved in a dispute where he bent a woman’s finger and broke one of her acrylic nails while he was trying to take her engagement ring.
24-year-old Tavion Adams was charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, theft, and vandalism after he stole his ex-girlfriend’s iPhone and held it hostage until he got his clothes back from her, then threatened and assaulted her with a gun when she tried to get it back, per report.
36-year-old Michelle Wade was charged with domestic assault after she slapped, strangled, and punched her mother for refusing to give her the TV remote, per report.
29-year-old Alonte Moses was charged with forgery and theft after he went to a Tennessee Quick Cash location in Antioch and cashed a counterfeit payroll check for $458.65 from Empire Roofing, per report. On December 21st, 2019, Alonte Moses went to Tennessee Quick Cash located at 5302 Mt. View Road in Antioch and cashed “what appeared to be” a payroll check from Empire Roofing for $458.65. When the location contacted Empire Roofing to verify the check, it was determined the check was a counterfeit and was done without their knowledge…