44-year-old Jennifer McBrayer was jailed this week after calling the police… on herself. On the way back from picking her boyfriend up from a halfway house, he asked to stop at a gas station. When he wanted money for alcohol, she refused and they drove off. Once on the interstate, he called her things he shouldn’t have, and she backhanded him, not once, but twice.
27-year-old Nathaniel Miller had a flat tire on I-24 at exit 49 downtown. He surveyed the situation and called Metro Nashville Police for assistance. Once they arrived, he admitted he had been drinking, and it took several officers to physically pull him into the car as he refused to be taken into custody.
27-year-year old Kennetha ‘Michelle’ Blaylock is free on a $30,000 bond after police say she followed a shoplifting couple out of the Whites Creek convenience store she was working at, firing three shots into the wheel wells of the vehicle after both occupants were inside it.
36-year-old Rayburn Hollis walked into Li-En Nails Monday afternoon to get a pedicure, settled into a chair, and removed his shoes to wait his turn. Police say he was so high on narcotics he immediately nodded off and could not stay awake. Police had to put his shoes back on his feet for him so they could transport him to jail for the heroin, Xanax, and suspected methamphetamine they found on him.
19-year-old Navondre Jamal Henderson is free on a $2500 bond after police charged him with stealing two Playstation 4’s from the Vanderbilt Player’s Lounge – and pawning one of them under his own name.
20-year-old Jalen Radford was sitting in his girlfriend’s vehicle on the TSU Campus on April 28th, when he suddenly took her vehicle key fob and iPhone XS Max, and fled the campus. When the phone was tracked to his home while she was in police headquarters, he told them “file charges, I don’t care”.
William Cosper, 33, and Jimmy Lepley, 38, are both charged with burglary of Scoreboard Bar & Grill. The pair posted videos and photos of the stolen liquor on their Instagram accounts after the burglary.
He was a man with a dream. A dream of playing country music in Nashville. It’s a story we’ve all heard a hundred times. Patrick Yeary had this dream. A few months ago he was working at a car dealership in Virginia, even posting over the summer that he just wanted to pick up his guitar and travel across the country. Earlier this month, he did just that – and made it as far as his favorite city – right here in Nashville, TN. Not everyone that moves to Nashville…