40-year-old Chassity Thorton and 29-year-old Juan Parra were both charged with burglary and theft. Thorton was also charged with contraband in a penal institution and Parra with possession of burglary tools and evading arrest when they were caught with a stolen car and forcing entry into a home.
27-year-old Jonathon Spikner was charged with possession of cocaine, codeine without a prescription, and drug paraphernalia after officers observed a digital scale inside a vehicle while patrolling at Mapco on Murfreesboro Pike.
32-year-old Darlene Weevie was charged with possession of cocaine with intent and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia after her car was shot at and she crashed into a ditch.
36-year-old Mark Metz was charged with theft, resisting arrest, possession of cocaine with intent to sell, and possession of a firearm in commission of a felony when police responded to a call of one man threatening to shoot another.
26-year-olds Robert Winston and Desmond Jones were charged with marijuana & cocaine. Winston was also charged with evasion, false imprisonment, order of protection violation, driving revoked, heroin, reckless driving, and paraphernalia after fleeing & speeding through a residential area before crashing through a fence.
67-year-old Ricky Bratten, 71-year-old James Bratten, and 55-year-old Julie Reasoner were charged with felony possession of cocaine and unlawful use of drug paraphernalia when officers went to their home to execute a warrant for someone else, and while they were searching the house found a crack pipe in plain sight.
41-year-old Tamika Mcgee was charged with vandalism and domestic assault after she punched her boyfriend in the face multiple times, damaged the window blinds, and soiled their bed with food after he refused to give her money to buy cocaine.
24-year-old Keishawn Robinson was charged with possession of mushrooms, Oxycodone, cocaine, Xanax, marijuana, paraphernalia, possession of a weapon during a felony, and felon in possession of a weapon after being identified by police in a gas station.
37-year-old Eric Jenkins, who goes by the moniker ‘Shark of Wall Street’, is acknowledged by the DA’s office to be one of Nashville’s largest drug Kingpins – and you’ve probably never heard of him unless you’re among the city’s most elite clientele he serviced. Nashville took him into custody earlier this summer during a “major sting operation” when he attempted to take possession of 10 kilos of cocaine from an undercover agent – and all local charges have disappeared.
28-year-old Joshua Cloy was charged as a fugitive from justice when police received a report from MTS security in regards to an unauthorized weapon that led to him being found with marijuana, cocaine, and counterfeit cocaine individually wrapped for resale. He was wanted in Indiana on a weapons law charge.