#Antioch: a knock-and-talk leads to the seizure of 5 pounds mushrooms, 75 pounds of marijuana, 101 LSD tabs, 384 THC vials, cocaine, edibles, & more from an Antioch home.
Metro Police, along with postal inspectors from the USPS, intercepted a package of 3.61 pounds of black tar heroin in route to an Antioch home on Friday, and conducted a controlled delivery to the Griggs Place address. Henry Enriquez, 23, free on a $75,000 bond.
37-year-old Gerber Garcia admitted that he came into the bedroom of his then 13-14 year old daughter, and touched her inappropriately on multiple occasions. He is free on $20,000 bond.
Kevin Caperton, a retired MNPD Officer is charged with evading arrest, assault of an officer, resisting arrest, and domestic violence – after he attempted to grab an officer’s taser and refused all commands during his arrest on Wednesday for ‘stomping’ his child in the stomach, after knocking her to the ground.
An Antioch couple was awakened in late January, when they heard a gunshot come from within their home on Cimarron Way at 4 a.m., so the couple quickly ran to the bathroom, to find their roommate standing in front of the toilet, with a gun in his hand…
Shots Fired! Chasity Hails Ortgiesen remains in jail this morning in lieu of a $17,500 bond, after she held her husband at gunpoint Saturday night, refusing to let him leave, and when he did escape she fired shots at him, striking vehicle. She told police “I’m a good shot, I just wanted to freak him out!”.
For several minutes an organized group of drivers shut down Interstate 24, while performing the antics in the video
Jordan Ponce, 19, identified as man who attempted to rob woman of her purse, and was then shot by her husband.
19-year-old Benjamin Barnett is charged with domestic assault, after he knocked the glass out of the front door of his residence, and threatened someone with a knife – all because he was caught going through his grandmother’s purse.
A newly filed $3,000,000.00 lawsuit alleges an Antioch Captain D’s restaurant manager, Shanera Jones, assaulted a customer by throwing a glass of ice on him. The lawsuit, filed this week in Davidson County Circuit Court, alleges Captain D’s employee Shanera Jones threw a cup of ice at the Plaintiff, Herman Hunter, in a “harmful and offensive manner” intended to cause “apprehension of imminent harmful or offensive contact”. The civil suit does not specify what led up to the incident between the manager and customer. The alleged incident happened at the…