45-year-old David Gandy is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after police say he stabbed his roommate, Derek Walsh, in the chest with a knife. The victim says he was grieving over another roommate who had just died and was drinking and became increasingly upset as the night progressed. He stated he was also upset because Gandy had a drug dealer at the shared home after another roommate just died. The victim admits to busting down Gandy’s bedroom door and having a verbal argument over drug use. The victim says he then left the room and realized he had been stabbed. He says he never saw the object he was stabbed with but did hear Gandy say he was going to cut him. Gandy claims he held a pocket knife up when Walsh charged at him, and he “stabbed himself.”
22-year-old Taylor Tucker was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Tuesday on an outstanding warrant from 2019, charging her with felony drug possession with intent to distribute. Court records reveal she was at Skyline Hospital when she was confronted about having drugs in her possession, at which time she produced 109 unprescribed Oxycodone pills (30mg) and surrendered them to staff, who turned them in to police. A warrant for her arrest was signed the following week, which has been outstanding since that date. She is free on a $25,000 bond.
31-year-old Jordan Gay is facing multiple charges after was found with 30 grams of heroin, 8 grams of meth, a meth pipe, a Glock handgun, and a Winchester rifle, after selling drugs to one of Metro’s confidential informants and was arrested in a Dollar General parking lot on Stewarts Ferry Pike.
Jack Williams, 51, was driving his green Dodge Journey on Murfreesboro Pike toward Bell road on Monday, when he made two lane changes without signaling. Items seized included 16 individual baggies of heroin, ready to be sold.
Kedrick Ross, age 27, now has 7 physical arrests covering 24 charges, another 6 citations, and 4 grand jury indictments – all related to selling & using drugs in Nashville, and that’s not counting his multiple probation violation arrests. His most recent arrest was on Thursday, when he was observed selling drugs in the Watkins College of Art parking lot.