Police conducted a welfare check on a woman who appeared to be unconscious inside a parked, but running, vehicle at a Conference Drive hotel early Monday morning. Inside was 43-year-old Charlotte Ann Frierson with a silver canister between her legs with obvious drugs and paraphernalia within view. As one officer pushed the front of the car to rock it, another knocked on her window, eventually waking her up. A loaded .38 revolver, which was stolen, fell from her pocket as she exited the vehicle, and officers conducted a search. Inside the vehicle, they located a good scale with white residue, five baggies of crack cocaine (82g), 2 baggies of meth (12g), marijuana (12g), Fentanyl (31g), 21 Oxycodone pills, 100 plastic baggies, three crack pipes, a baby bottle converted to a bong, baking soda packaged as a drug (18g), and $885 in cash. Though mostly erased from current versions of its website, a Tennessean article archives that Charlotte ‘Char’ Grant Frierson was a co-founder of the Mending Hearts recovery program in Nashville, with her partner Trina Frierson.
24-year-old Joe Nail was charged with domestic assault after he attacked his girlfriend during an argument they were having over crack.
Metro Police say 34-year-old Carmeka Worthington told them “I take crack, and I want crack, give me crack!”, while attempted to arrest her for disorderly conduct on Christmas day. She then spat on the windows, glass, and seats of the patrol car on the way to booking.
Nashville Police see Kadeem Wilkins stuff drugs into his anus. After he resists a strip search, MNPD gets a warrant & takes him to Metro General for a doctor to execute the search warrant on his anus, but the doctor refuses. He’s then taken to jail to be booked, and on the way he removes the drugs from his anus. During a DCSO search, the baggies from his anus are discovered, at which point he swallows at least one, and has to be returned to the hospital for ingesting the drugs from his anus, to await their next exit.
Roger Lewis Eddings, 63, remains jailed today, charged with assuming a fighting stance and punching a Metro Nashville Police officer square in the face when the officer attempted to remove him from the roadway.
Johnny Burns, 43, says he traded crack cocaine for a stolen vehicle. He is held in lieu of $7,000 bond, charged with felony auto theft($2,500 – $10,000), and possession.
Don’t get woo’d. Mason had 9 individually wrapped baggies, packaged for sale, but the substances didn’t test positive for a narcotic.
Dontae Easley arrested on 6 charges after selling drugs while pushing a 6-month-old baby in a stroller