TDOT’s District Operations Supervisor Greg Woerdeman thought it was just another day at work Friday, when he was set to give an update to the press, but by the time he talked about plows and belly scrapers, and made promises to ‘get it cleaned up for you by morning’ viewers found a new viral sensation. #TDOTHottie
All Metro Council member Russ Pulley had to do was tell his constituent ‘NO’, he wouldn’t help her break the law. Instead, he conspired with codes to issue her an illegal permit to have a business with customers coming to her home – a privilege denied to every other Nashvillian. It turns out ‘NEW’ Nashville is just as corrupt as ‘old’ Nashville.
A school board member asking teachers to show up in masks. A judge on the radio asking black listeners to show up and fill the seats first. Welcome to the first Metro School Board meeting of 2019, tonight at 5 p.m.
Two sergeants to be demoted to police officers, 5 officers to receive suspensions, after a 3 month investigation into the shaming of a transgender citizen by the Metro Nashville Police Department.
A Nashville woman says she was kidnapped and held at gunpoint while interrogated by her husband, Kevin Fletcher, and his female friend, Jonya Shelton, after he accused her of cheating. She was tied up and restrained with the cord of a vacuum cleaner.
Employees of Metro Roofing were able to capture 18-year-old armed burglar Demarrea Cotton, as he attempted to flee the scene. As he attempted to wrestle away from them, a handgun fell from his pocket. They detained him unto Metro Police arrived.
MNPD Officers found 35-year-old Matthew Johnson passed out across both front seats of his running vehicle, parked at a local elementary school. Johnson told officers “I’m fucking hammered”.
He was charged with DUI, Implied Consent, disorderly conduct, open container, assault of a police officer and resisting arrest. He is now free on pre-trial release.
Ft. Campbell Soldier Ryan Turner, 25, arrested after he was observed punching his girlfriend in the face, dragging her by her hair across Demonbreun Street downtown, then spitting blood in the face of the officer that arrested him
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.
A Nashville nurse killed a man by injecting him with methamphetamine, a service for which he was paid $200 a month. The nurse, Jason Faith, struck a plea deal, approved by Judge Steve Dozier, that resulted in no jail time, 12 months probation, and his record expunged after 12 months.