The Dog Spot testifies “never strictly separated large dogs from small dogs in play areas” – Must pay $5,924 in dog’s death lawsuit

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.

BREAKING: Nashville gets community oversight of police department

The people of Nashville have spoken, loud and clear. Referendum 1 on today’s ballot has passed, and Nashville will get a Community Oversight Board for the Metro Nashville Police Department – despite the wishes of the police, the Mayor, and the FOP, who spent over a half-million dollars on deceptive ads in an attempt to overcome the wish of the citizens of Nashville.

Woman arrested for smuggling drugs to inmate at Nashville jail, via her ‘prison purse’

Teresa Myers, 52, is now her own metro jail cell, until she can post a $7,500 bond. She was initially only there to visit another inmate, Wesley Mullican, however guards became aware she was bringing in drugs in via her lady parts. She is now charged with bringing drugs into a penal institution.

Tam Nguyen used storage pods to ship hundreds of pounds of marijuana into Nashville to sell

Tam Nguyen, 42, took possession of a storage pod that was delivered to him at 6350 Nolensville Poke. Inside that pod was 215 pounds of marijuana in boxes. A search of his Ashmore Drive home revealed an additional 230 pounds of marijuana, $39,502 in cash, and $10,000 in money orders. 

Editorial: Why Chief Anderson’s private apology isn’t enough

Who will step up and take responsibility? Mayor Briley is pretending it never happened, and Police Chief Steve Anderson is privately apologizing to the richest LGBT business owner in the city, instead of the community or the actual victim.

Nashville, we MUST #DoBetter, it’s time.

Metro Police Officers & Firefighters took secret photos of & shamed a transgender citizen

8 sworn police officers, 2 firefighters, 1 dispatcher, & 1 Metro teacher. That’s how many government employees took part in the public shaming of a transgender citizen of Nashville. Metro confirms investigations are now in progress in multiple departments, including MNPD’s Office of Professional Accountability.