A Nashville judicial commissioner set the bond for 31-year-old Bryan Sebera at a jaw-dropping $75,000 for a misdemeanor aggravated trespass charge Wednesday evening. Police arrived at the Forest Hills home of Taylor Swift’s mother after the family’s security detail had detained the man. Security advised Sebera was at the home earlier in the day and was escorted off the property. Now, he had returned, crossed over the wall, and was peeking in a window at the back of the estate.
49-year-old Angie Chapman, who is in the middle of a heated divorce, decided to track her husband down Tuesday night at his brother’s home, just a few streets over. She sent texts on the way over, stating “Do you remember how to shoot? I do!”… and “POW POW!”. Once she arrived, she texted him to “look out your window, a–hole” so she could “zero in”. She stormed the front porch, opened the storm door, and attempted to push her way into the home, but the homeowner pushed her back out the door, causing her to fall down the steps, firmly plopping her body on the sidewalk below, where she remained laying until police arrived. They took her into custody while she screamed “I will come back and get them!”. A loaded Smith & Wesson revolver was located in her front passenger seat, and she was extremely intoxicated. Police only charged her with misdemeanor aggravated trespass, and she posted a $2,500 cash bond after being booked. She recently removed $40,000 from the joint checking account, which has been a contentious point during the divorce proceedings.
Felicia Stokes called Metro Nashville Police after coming home from work to find her 32-year-old son, Tyrell Stokes, sitting in her kitchen eating a plate of food. She says her security camera captured him using a can opener to break into the back door of the apartment earlier in the day. Stokes says he only came inside because he had nowhere else to go. New MNPD Trainee, Officer Andre Williams, charged Stokes with aggravated criminal trespass and transported him to booking. He remains jailed in lieu of a $500 bond. This was his first arrest in Metro Nashville.
37-year-old Norman Smith was charged with theft of property and aggravated criminal trespassing after illegally entering a construction site and stealing a box filled with tools. The value of the tool box alongside its contents was estimated at $5,000.
BREAKING: Hours after his court appearance Thursday, 18-year-old Matthew Casto was found back in the attic space of a 14-year-old girl’s bedroom, and had to be tasered while taken into custody. Mt. Juliet Police officers were alerted by a vigilant neighbor, who spotted Casto walking towards the home today. After an extensive search of the home, he was found hiding in an attic. An electronic control device was deployed to take him into custody due to his resisting arrest. Pending charges include a violation of an order of protection, trespassing,…
ARREST: Police physically removed 18-year-old Matthew Casto from an attic space he had been living in, which connected to a 14-year-old’s bedroom via a door in her closet. Police say he would only come down at night when she secured her door.