Jack Sheer (19), Cade Kark (18), and Andrew Chung (18), were all jailed Wednesday after a traffic stop led Belle Meade Police to discover multiple fake IDs, a cow’s head with liquor bottles and a bong inside, rolled up dollar bills, and baggies and baggies of cocaine. The boys claimed “some guy gave them the cocaine in the parking lot”. One of the teens is the son of Jason Sheer, owner of the Tin Roof Nashville.
Metro Nashville Police located 24-year-old Ladarius Tyree Stevenson in his orange Ford Mustang (with ‘Transformer’ and ‘UT’ logos) on Gallatin Pike after a ‘shots fired’ call from the neighborhood described the unique car as having fired shots into the air. Between the vehicle and his fanny pack, police seized 309 Xanax bars, bags of crushed powder Xanax, 22.8 grams of heroin, and two loaded firearms.
27-year-old Romina Khorshidi was charged with possession of methamphetamine, a felon possessing a handgun, drug paraphernalia, and theft after her vehicle tag came back not on file, and the vehicle VIN came back stolen.
41-year-old Shakeita Harris was charged with vehicle theft, marijuana possession, drug paraphernalia, and driving on a revoked license after being stopped for not maintaining her lane. The vehicle she was driving had been reported stolen.
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.
28-year-old Tyler Eskridge was charged with drug paraphernalia, driving under the influence, driving on a suspended license, and implied consent after striking two vehicles while driving the wrong direction down Nolensville Pike.
44-year-old Jessica Rippey was charged with two counts of drug paraphernalia and violation of open container law stemming from a December 2019 incident where she backed into a parked vehicle at Town & Country Ford. Officers spotted her six months later in Madison and searched her vehicle again to find more paraphernalia.
27-year-old Brice Crabtree was charged with unlawful use of paraphernalia and driving under the influence after officers found him in a “fetal position on the passenger side floorboard” following a vehicle collision.
39-year-old Pamela Hatton was charged with felony possession of cocaine with intent and unlawful drug paraphernalia after she was found in cahoots with other subjects attempting to score “blow” in a white minivan that was illegally parked.
27-year-old Baron Acklin was charged with 2 counts of felony drug offense, possession of a firearm with intent, unlawful use of drug paraphernalia, and resisting arrest after police conducted a knock and talk and he signed a consent to search form.