THP Trooper Michael Parker filed a complaint with the state concerning a THP Sergeant that was allegedly falsifying time sheets. He then filed an open records request regarding the inquiry, and was demoted within 20 minutes of filing the request.
Less than 72 hours after it happened, a wrongful death lawsuit has been filed in the ambulance crash on I-40 Friday night, that ejected and killed the two people in the rear of the ambulance. The family of the patient that was in the ambulance filed suit in a Nashville court on Monday.
Bouncer Jordan Frye stopped the elevator doors and got into the elevator with the patrons. Once inside the elevator, Frye is charged with punching the black male patron in the face, then grabbing the black female, and body slamming her onto the floor of the elevator. Frye then picked up the male from behind, and placed him in a headlock.
The Dog Spot is ordered to pay $5,924.00 in a lawsuit over the death of a dog in it’s care. In testimony, Chad Baker admitted it was never the practice to separate dogs by size in play areas, despite the claim on their website – which he says he copied and pasted from other websites, without reading the details.
In a lawsuit filed last week in Davidson County Circuit Court, a woman says she was stripped searched and forcibly double-cavity searched against her will at the direction of an off-duty THP officer, while working at Tennessee Titan’s game.
A judge granted an emergency ex-parte order of protection against an MNPD Officer for 2 citizens that presented a complaint. He signed the order. The officer was decommissioned, OPA got involved & the complainant suddenly withdrew the complaint, OPA cleared the officer, returning her to duty, the Officer sued the citizen for $5K, profited a lot more than she would have made working, and the MNPD is still refusing to honor any records requests about the incident.
An anonymous person has created a website calling a Nashville Woman a cheater – now she’s suing to find out who is behind the website.
She was current on rent. He threatened to remove the backdoor and physically remove her. When that didn’t work, he disconnected the electricity & water. She got help from the Legal Aid Society, and on Thursday a judge signed an order against landlord Larry Jordan, requiring him to restore utilities to the property, and he has yet to comply.
Facing massive debt, and the 3rd eviction lawsuit in less than a year, Bellevue gastropub ‘Publicity’ will finally be closing it’s doors after brunch on Sunday. Perhaps Bellevue just wasn’t ready for $11 fried pimento cheese, a $15 burger, or a sausage biscuit with a sunny-side up egg for $14.
A mother and her daughter are suing for up to $225,000 after they were bitten by bedbugs at a Nashville hotel in July.