Mom speeds into East Middle School, threatens to assault 6th grade student #Arrested

The end of the school day got wild at both East Middle & Cora Howe School at dismissal in East Nashville on Tuesday. Kanette Campbell, the mother of an 8th grade student, drove reckless in the parking lot, nearly hit students, pushes past a cop, and then threatens a 6th grade student with assault, before she is arrested. Here’s the officer’s report from MNPD: “While monitoring dismissal at East Middle school, I observed a gray Nissan Maxima driving at a high rate of speed through the Cora Howe school parking…

ARREST: Marcellus Walker Drops Pants In Hattie B’s, Inserts Bottle of Sauce into his Bum

On 12/21, customers of Hattie B’s Hot Chicken got a show they were not expecting. Marcellus Walker was panhandling inside the location, and had been asked but leave, but refused. When no one continued to give him any money inside the restaurant, he pulled down his pants, and showed his ass (“baring his rectum” per the MNPD) – and grabbed a bottle of condiment sauce from a nearby table, and proceeded to insert the bottle into his rectum, in full view of the customers. Walker was arrested on multiple charges,…

Lee Davis Rd “Let Me In” Door Banger Arrested: Dillon Blaney

In the very early hours of Friday morning, someone awoke the residents in the 2900 block of Lee Davis Road in East Nashville, banging on the door, screaming “let me in!”. Once officers responded to the call, they found Dillon Blaney, 36, hiding in the carport, attached to the residence. Officers made contact with Blaney, who reeked of alcohol, had red watery eyes, and slurred speech. Dillon Blaney was charged with: Disorderly Conduct ($500 Bond) Public Intox ($500 Bond) Blaney was released via the pre-trial program 3 hours just before…

Nashville Man Has 66th Charge Dismissed in Nashville Saturday (49th Public Intox Dismissed) – 159 Total Charges

On Saturday, Edward Albert Batson, 65, was arrested, for his 159th charge in Nashville – and for the 66th time, the charge was dismissed. Are we so overcrowded that we are just dismissing minor charges, sometimes before they even get past intake/holding? It seems if you have 49 charges for public intoxication – at some point should you stop making the arrests, or petition the court for mandated rehab? Instead Nashville is just turning them back onto the street, without help or supervision, just charges dismissed.   159 charges in…