A trio of 18-year-olds from Nashville are charged after a female lured a man to a 40th Ave N. home, at which point Deyton Farless, Michael Barlow, and Hugo Tabora, were among the teens that held him using a stun gun and hammer, robbed him of his belonging, forced him to drain his CashApp account, then kidnapped him using his own vehicle, drove 7 miles before dumping him out, and then fled toward Cookeville and engaged in a chase with THP and local police.
Metro Police say 23-year-old Savannah Leigh Shrum held up her right hand and extended her middle finger to the officer who was attempting to pull her over as she traveled over 90 mph in her Mustang Thursday at lunch, making it “clear she wasn’t going to stop”. The aspiring model, who has a modest Instagram following, sped away while the officer fell back and ran her license plate to secure a warrant for her arrest.
20-year-old Clarissa Blevins is charged with aggravated assault, vandalism, and violation of her bond conditions after the May 5th assault on the father of her child, during which he dropped their child with his new girlfriend in the vehicle, and she adulted by punching him in the face and smashing his phone. She was out on bond at the time of this incident for a prior assault when she ran him out of the house while beating him up, and smashed a cinder block through his windshield when he escaped to safety.
21-year-old Maggie Lambert faces two counts of domestic assault. Earlier this month, her ex-fiance says she assaulted him with an Xbox controller, and recently she is accused of showing up at a date he made with a fake profile and assaulting him again, while a friend recorded the catfishing.