Police say 18-year-old street racer Aubren Ferrante was spinning the tires of his Dodge Charger in the parking lot of an Antioch KFC when they attempted a traffic stop. Ferrante fled from the parking lot, drove around multiple police vehicles, and drove across traffic onto Bell road. Apparent he was not going to stop, MNPD ceased the pursuit. Another unit observed him entering the parking lot of a nearby Thornton’s, where a second traffic stop was initiated.
Ferrante dodged police a second time and avoided multiple vehicle blocks from officers. As he fled a second time, he turned into the parking lot of a Waffle house, which had no other outlet. He dodged a third vehicle block, crashed into a patrol car, and then drove over a curb, where his car was high-centered and disabled. He was taken into custody on multiple felony charges.
21-year-old Matthew Brecht face multiple charges after police say he fled from them after they observed him traveling at 50 mph in a 35 mphz in his silver Dodge Ram truck late Friday night in Goodlettsville. Officers stopped the pursuit, per policy, but knew the vehicle and where the driver lived. Officers arrived at the location to find the truck parked but still warm to the touch. Brecht’s cell phone and a half-empty bottle of vodka were vidisble in the vehicle’s driver’s seat. Brecht eventually came out of the house and was taken into custody.
Metro Nashville Police inexplicably utilized the AirOne helicopter and multiple undercover units to intercept a car going 14 mph over the speed limit overnight. An arrest warrant indicates that MNPD detectives working the violent crimes initiative attempted a traffic stop on a 2013 Audi SUV for traveling 84 in a 70 mph zone. The vehicle refused to stop and reportedly fled at a high rate of speed. Air and ground units followed the vehicle to Hickory Hollow Terrace, where the sole occupant and driver, 30-year-old Masi Kingston, bailed from the vehicle and fled on foot. He was located and taken into custody, charged with misdemeanor evading arrest, and felony evading arrest by motor vehicle. Kingston is free on a $6,000 bond.
25-year-old Andreotti Cole was charged with evading arrest, as well as theft of property and 23-year-old Derrick Stovall was charged with two counts of evading arrest, theft of property, and possession of cocaine after officers spotted them in a stolen vehicle and found cocaine inside during a search.
17-year-old David Mays was charged with evading arrest, felon in possession of a handgun, theft, possession of drugs, and violating CoR after evading authorities in a stolen Benz, crashing into 3 vehicles, causing hospitalizations, and fleeing on foot.
30-year-old Christopher Deberry was charged with an order of protection violation, vandalism, and evading arrest after making contact with a woman who had an active order of protection against him at her home and work.
18-year-old Selena Williams was charged with carjacking and evading arrest after participating in a carjacking near Bonerwood Drive while there was already an active Davidson County warrant for her arrest.
19-year-old Makya Goins was charged with 3 counts of aggravated assault of an officer with a deadly weapon and evading arrest after fleeing the scene of a burglary in a vehicle nearly hitting multiple officers and causing a vehicular accident with an uninvolved party.