Jeremiah Plum, 33, was arrested on the charges of public intoxication and theft of services on November 24th, unable to pay his $126 tab at Kid Rock Bar. 7 days later, he remains jailed in lieu of a $1,100 bond.
In response to a domestic call on Cannon Street, Metro Police arrived to find 32-year-old Deidra Tarrant standing in the doorway, armed with a broomstick which she refused to drop, making threats to a man.
Vivid Musi Group artist ‘Ladonn’, legally Bryan Ladonn Covington, led middle Tennessee police in a car pursuit last Friday, during which he called 911 and stated: “I’m not stopping or pulling over until I get to the probation office and we can deal with it there”. Police eventually stopped him, and he rolled up his window on the arm of the officer attempting to extricate him from his vehicle.
Allan Debowsky, of Debo’s Bail Bond Company, found himself in an odd situation Wednesday, as he became a wanted man, with Metro Nashville looking to place cuffs on him, instead of his usual placing cuffs on people he’s surrendering. He is charged with hiring a felon to work as a bounty hunter.
34-year-old Adam Leslie was arraigned this week on one count of attempted rape, after the Davidson County Grand Jury returned an indictment on the 2017 incident that occurred at a Brick Church Pike hotel.
Kedrick Ross, age 27, now has 7 physical arrests covering 24 charges, another 6 citations, and 4 grand jury indictments – all related to selling & using drugs in Nashville, and that’s not counting his multiple probation violation arrests. His most recent arrest was on Thursday, when he was observed selling drugs in the Watkins College of Art parking lot.
Two suspects sold drugs to an informant, leading to a raid on the Donelson home.
Six days after an MNPD officer shot and killed Dan Hambrick, and three days before his funeral, the department arrested two members of his family and took them into custody during a traffic stop on Wednesday.
Lashonda Arnetta Simmons is free on a $5,000 bond after she is accused of pulling a gun on a couple over a handicapped parking space her car was parked in at her apartment late Sunday. At 10:18 PM Sunday night, two individuals were parked on Meadow Creek Circle to move some items into an apartment, when one of the individuals noted there was a vehicle illegally parked in a handicapped spot. The other individual reportedly began speaking about the issue loudly when the car’s owner, Lashonda Simmons, came out onto…
Inside the apartment were 83 grams of cocaine, 178 grams of marijuana, 39 different schedule pills, 11 Ecstasy pills, a nine millimeter pistol that had been stolen in Goodlettsville, and $1,017 cash.