MNPD isn’t apologizing for arresting citizens on a felony charge repealed 2 years ago

Metro Nashville Police Public Affairs Manager Don Aaron says Officer Ronald Bright “acted in good faith” when, in June of 2021, he arrested a citizen and charged with them with felony “habitual motor offender”, a law that was repealed by the state legislature over two years ago which carried a punishment of up to 6 years in prison. A magistrate even signed the warrant, jailed the citizen, and required them to post a large cash bond to get out of jail – on a charge that no longer existed. Scoop: Nashville learned this scenario has played out over 20 times in the last 17 months, leaving citizens at a loss for the money spent for high cash bond amounts, towing/storage fees, public humiliation, lost wages & jobs, and other expenses due to the invalid arrests.

Intoxicated patron smashes bottle into performer’s guitar, chops his leg “like a tomahawk”

24-year-old Zachary Lindsey faces multiple charges after witnesses say came to the stage of Honky Tonk Central Saturday night and used his fist “like a tomahawk” to assault the performer, swung a music stand around above the crowd, and then ended his own performance by throwing a glass beer bottle into the performer’s guitar, with a perfect landing.

Baez Twins arrested after unable to pay $17,874 birthday tab at Whiskey Row in downtown Nashville

Aspiring social media influencer identical twins Jacob Christopher Baez & Jared Christian Baez were arrested Sunday morning after being unable to pay the $17,874.74 tab they ran up at Dierks Bentley’s Whiskey Row for their 24th birthday celebration. The pair each posted a $5,000 bond Sunday afternoon. Reached via phone, the twins stated they hoped they’d be verified on Instagram and get a lot of news coverage, and they would be “legends” for this weekend.

77-year-old admits to pointing gun at husband of 54 years over missing painting

77-year-old Bobbie Peoples is charged with felony aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after police say she pointed a gun at her husband of 54 years and demanded to know what he did with the painting of a dog she was currently working on. The husband called the police to report he was afraid she would shoot him.

She said “it’s over”, he licked a steak knife and said “I’ll cut your throat”, then ripped a gauge out of her ear

Phillip Boyd, 32, didn’t take a breakup well Tuesday night. He licked a steak knife before threatening his girlfriend, with it, then ripped a gauge out of her ear, causing a tear injury.