48-year-old Mojica Socorro Ortiz called Metro Nashville’s emergency dispatch center Sunday afternoon to report he caught his wife cheating with another man, slapped her, and wanted to go to jail. He waited for police at the end of his driveway, where he was taken into custody and charged with domestic assault.
39-year-old Adam Trubee was charged with a felony drug offense, felony reckless endangerment, drug paraphernalia, felon in possession of a weapon after firing a handgun in the street with 8.8 grams of meth and a syringe in his pocket.
55-year-old Denyce Jones was charged with resisting arrest and a violation of her conditional release after a domestic disturbance in an apartment. Jones’ violation stems from reportedly attempting to stab her husband when coming home from church back in December.
41-year-old Marco Schlueter was charged with interference of a 911 call, aggravated assault by strangulation, and vandalism of a $1,200 phone. Schlueter’s charges stem from a 911 call by Homeira Carroll that was abruptly ended during the domestic assault.
Metro Police say 41-year-old Chrissy Simpson called 911 to report she had been raped. At the same time, a man called 911 from the Motel 6 on Brick Church Pike to say Chrissy Simpson jumped into his vehicle, demanded money, refused to get out, and then called 911 to report he raped her when he wouldn’t comply.
In yet another extreme case of domestic violence this week, Maria Flor Salvador, 41, was stabbed this morning at her Wildgrove Drive residence. She is in critical condition at VUMC. Detectives have been unable to interview her due to the severity of her injuries. Her husband, Eric Lopez, 53, is believed to be responsible and is also hospitalized as a result of self-inflicted stab wounds to his abdomen.
There is no Yelp! for MNPD responses, so when Christina Nuchols Byers was unhappy with the outcome of a previous call for service Metro Police say she called 911 to complain. She was arrested and charged with making a non-emergency 911 call.
Metro Nashville Police charged 55-year-old John Steverson with aggravated misuse of 911 Wednesday, after he called Nashville’s 911 system over two dozen times, asking when officers were coming to kill him.
Jarry Cox, 41, was arrested Wednesday, after police say he called ‘911’ twenty-four times in the previous twenty-two hours, making claims of riots, fires, and assaults. He then blamed it on his 88-year-old mother.
Zachary Winton, 32, called 911 Friday afternoon to report intruders inside his Nashville home. Officers arrived and entered the home to apprehend the reported intruders, but they didn’t exist. They did find a cocaine purification operation, which Winton said he used to give out free cocaine at local Nashville bars.