Austin Dubois charged in death of Mitchell Copeland — Confession: “I was going fast, way too fast…”

19-year-old Austin Dubois is now charged with reckless endangerment, his actions resulting in the death of 19-year-old Mitchell Copeland in March. DuBois was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Tuesday on a warrant that alleges he told investigators “I was flying, I was going fast, way too fast, way too fucking fast” while driving a 2004 Pontiac GTO. He was traveling 60 in a 35 mph zone when he entered a curve in the roadway and lost control of the vehicle. Dubois is free on a $5,000 bond.

Man charged with child abuse & assault; rips child away & knocks father unconscious, per report — David LaRue

Just hours after Dylan Sanford was given custody of his child, the child’s mother and her brother, 36-year-old David Larue, brutally attacked Sanford and stole the child, ripping it from the arms of the father, causing the child to become injured when it fell to the ground. Court records allege LaRue then beat Sanford unconscious and choke him from behind. David LaRue was charged with felony aggravated assault – strangulation and felony child abuse. He is free on a $30,000 bond. The sister, Christina Jakes, was being booked into the Metro Jail early Monday morning. Her charges were not yet available.

Castrated man charged in rape of child, claims it was another personality, pens apology letter — Jeffrey Beckham arrested

43-year-old Jeffrey Beckham is jailed in lieu of a $100,000 bond after writing an apology letter to a 13-year-old victim he is accused of raping, admitting that one of his multiple personalities committed the crime, noting he can recall it in his own memory. The victim was able to positively identify Beckham, disclosing that he had no testicles. Metro Nashville detectives were able to confirm he was ‘all twig and no berries’. This story contains NSFW content.

FORMER CHEATHAM COUNTY SUPERVISORY CORRECTIONS OFFICER SENTENCED FOR REPEATEDLY TASING RESTRAINED DETAINEE

42-year-old former corrections supervisor Mark Bryant was sentenced to 5 years in prison for repeatedly tasing a restrained pre-trial detainee inside the Cheatham County Jail in Tennessee.

Man jailed after smacking roommate with metal cane; he was angry she insulted his mother

69-year-old John Rose was charged with aggravated assault after he openly admitted to hitting his roommate over the head with his cane after she insulted his mother. He also had a warrant in Cheatham County.

UPDATE: Rapper Young Buck jailed on ‘Child Abandonment’ warrant

SCOOP: 38-year-old American Rapper Young Buck, real name David Darnell Brown, was jailed on December 20th in Cheatham County, Tennessee. He is currently held as a felony fugitive without bond, on a ‘Child Abandonment’ Charge out of Newton County, Georgia.

Rapper Young Buck jailed on fugitive from justice warrant: NO BOND

38-year-old American Rapper Young Buck, real name David Darnell Brown, was jailed on December 20th in Cheatham County, Tennessee. He is currently held without bond on a felony fugitive from justice warrant, with a court date set for May of 2020.

Former Cheatham Deputy Tyler Temple arrested; charged in December Top Golf assault

The Davidson County Grand Jury has indicted former Cheatham County Deputy Tyler Temple for his role in an off-duty assault on a civilian at Top Golf in Nashville in December. Temple, along with 2 other officers, was terminated in February. He was booked into the Metro Jail overnight. The now unsealed Grand Jury Indictment charges Tyler Dale Temple with assault. He was booked into the Metro Jail Tuesday night at 8 p.m., and released on his own recognizance by the night court magistrate. He is scheduled to appear for a…

Ashland City Nurse diverted pain meds from assisted living patients, says nursing board

The Tennessee Board of Nursing has disciplined Misty Hoke (LPN) for diverting pain medications from patients at Vantage Point Assisted Living in Ashland City, TN, and being high on the diverted drugs while being the Assistant Executive Directory of the facility.