Metro Police came into contact with Ian Hargis, 22, at a West Nashville Residence where he banged on the front door before retreating to the bushes in the backyard to brush his teeth, high on methamphetamine. Toothpaste remained on his mouth throughout booking.
A home search of probationer Phaitoon ‘Sean’ Viryasiri by T.D.O.C. officers resulted in the discovery of crystal methamphetamine, marijuana, and a .38 special in the felon’s home.
Detectives were notified by a business in Mt Juliet that suspicious packages had arrived with no labels. When the detectives arrived, indications of cocaine were present in the packages. A search warrant was obtained to search the boxes and detectives located 216 kilograms of powder cocaine.
Martha Stamps, 57, Elijah Espinal, 19, and a 17-year-old are all charged with felony marijuana possession after a Timmons Street drug raid netted 3.8 pounds of marijuana and cash
25-year-old Johnathan Dillon York and 23-year-old Barrie Denise Nash both remain in a Nashville jail Saturday, after police found the pair in a vehicle with a handgun and drugs, including Xanax, Hydrocodone, Heroin, Suboxone, and methamphetamine.
35-year-old Brandon Scott Alexander successfully avoided Metro Police Wednesday when they conducted a ‘knock-and-talk’ at his front door, citing a ‘narcotics complaint’. They left, he tried to sneak out, they circled back, and now he’s jailed in lieu of a $77,500 bond.
“The drugs are mine, I have a right to get high.” Those are some of the words Metro Police say 53-year-old Casey Jackson said to them during an arrest early Monday Morning in East Nashville.
A woman says two men she knows as “Daddy’O” and “Taz” robbed her at gunpoint, causing her to wreck as the attempted to flee. She called police, they brought a dog to search for the robbers, but the dog hit on her wrecked car, instead, locating ecstasy, marijuana, and cash.
24-year-old Matthew Blake Rischbeck is jailed on a $102,500 bond covering 11 charges, after police found him in the parking lot of a Goodlettsville hotel with an array of guns, drugs, and counterfeit cash at 1:00 a.m. Monday morning.
Of the many interesting findings, in a 61-page final divorce decree, was the information revealed about the finances of the company that presents The Pilgrimage Festival, Pilgrimage Presents, LLC. The judge found Pilgrimage Presents, LLC has ‘no value’, citing “Pilgrimage Presents, LLC, had a shareholder equity of negative $1,885,855, as of December 31, 2017, and a substantially greater amount as of December 31st, 2018, due to the loss experienced in 2018.