Jermichael Deshawn Watson, 23, is currently in a Nashville jail after he sold heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine to a confidential informant, working for Metro Police, on two separate occasions.
Metro Police say that 37-year-old Terra S Smith was an accessory after the fact to Johnny Appleton’s crimes. The pair shared a home where 57 pounds of marijuana was seized on Thursday.
Officers told Walden they were going to make contact with the people in his hotel room, and he gave them the room number, and asked the officers if they could search for and locate the rest of the crystal meth he had left in the hotel room, while they were there.
DCSO was booking 40-year-old Ginger Burgess into custody when, during a search, 2 crack pipes, a lighter, and a box of methamphetamine, were all recovered from her ‘prison purse’.
“Sorry, my bad, I left it running”, is what 27-year-old Kyle Denzel Wilson told Metro Police as he exited the gas station where he had left his purple Dodge Challenger running outside. That casual encounter quickly turned into an arrest for drugs & handgun possession, after Wilson lied about having a handgun carry permit.
A traffic stop for a non-illuminated license plate resulted in the arrest of 2 people, and the seizure of money and drugs hidden throughout the car, including under the hood and in the gas cap.
A medical incident earlier in November prompted some questions about how frequently overdoses are happening in Nashville’s jails. So far in 2018, medical staff have responded to, and used Narcan in, a total of 29 cases within Davidson County Jails – once every 12 days, on average. On what was an otherwise normal Friday morning at 7 A.M. in the D1 housing unit inside a Nashville jail, which houses 61 inmates in an open barracks style unit, there was a sudden medical emergency with an inmate. 32-year-old James Livingston, who…
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.
Tiffany Williams, 34, is free on a $32,500 bond after she invited detectives into her house on Wednesday, and they found probable cause for a warrant to search her home, resulting in the seizure of drugs, money, and a gun.
Five individuals, including a mother and her sons, have been arrested on 33 charges after a months long drug investigation during which police secretly put a GPS tracker on a vehicle, and secretly took curbside trash to search for evidence on multiple occasions. In September of 2018, the Crime Suppression Unit out of the Hermitage Precinct was able to obtain an order to place a GPS tracker on 21-year-old Jalen Cooke’s maroon Pontiac G6, due to his suspected involvement in narcotics trafficking and sales. Since September, the tracker showed the…