19-year-old Brittanie Gray is charged with filing a false report of an emergency after they called in a bomb threat to TriStar Centennial Medical Center on Friday. Even though the phone used to place the call didn’t have active service, the device’s prior number showed when the 911 call was placed on the device. Dispatchers were able to match prior calls from the same number which had been placed by Brittanie (Andrew) Gray. Officers learned that a patient by that name was on a 6404 (psychiatric) hold at the hospital and did have access to their phone. Upon their release, they were taken into custody and charged with felony filing a false report.
20-year-old Cameron Ray, of Clarksville, is free on a $10,000 bond after lying to police and his insurance company about how his 2010 white Camaro became totaled. On March 6th the APSU Pike called police to a church parking lot behind his fraternity house, where he reported someone had crashed into his car and fled the scene, causing full airbag deployment, and “massive damage” which the insurance company determined to be written off as “totaled”.
Days later it was determined that Ray was actually driving the car on Elkmont Drive when he left the roadway and struck a Chevrolet Silverado which was parked in the driveway of a police officer’s house, then fled the scene. He is charged with felony filing a false report and leaving the scene of an accident. Ray says he was just “a dumb kid who was texting on his phone and too scared to tell his parents, but don’t compare me to a common criminal” in a quote from his social media about the crime.
27-year-old Quenton Paul McSparren was jailed this weekend and now the felony charge of filing a false report after admitting to pulling a fire alarm in the middle of Play Dance Bar just before 1 a.m. Sunday, sending the crowded gay nightclub into a frenzy. McSparren says he was trying to signal for his friend to come back to the dance floor.
34-year-old Kaylyn McCracken called 911 and reported she was currently being robbed and thrown out of her house by two men and three women. A full police response to the strong-arm robbery-in-progress was immediately initiated to intercept the five assailants and rescue the woman. As police arrived on the scene, it became immediately apparent there was no robbery happening. In fact, McCracken was a visitor to the residence and was upset over an argument about coffee. She had actually attacked the two women and one man, who were the only other people at the residence. She now faces a felony charge of filing a false report.
Play Dance Bar made him famous, and 27-year-old Akia Dante Siniard gained thousands of fans on social media and amateur porn sites from the exposure. He’s known as the “Croptop Bartender” or the “Croptop Bottom”. However, his need to pull fire alarms keeps him in trouble, as he’s arrested once again for pulling fire alarms in buildings in Nashville. During the last arrest, he told police he “thought he was in a movie” when it happened.
43-year-old Bryan Fulkerson was charged with false report after calling 911 in regard to an aggressive “stranger” that locked himself inside of his room that was proven to be someone Fulkerson knew and willfully let inside.
38-year old Stephanie Essary was charged with false report after she provided officers with multiple false reports when they were called to her home several times within the same day.
30-year-old Ashley Weaver was charged with false report when the teen suspected in the death of Bradderick Seaborn was hiding in her home and she told a detective she hadn’t seen Tamon Collins since February.
Metro Police say 41-year-old Chrissy Simpson called 911 to report she had been raped. At the same time, a man called 911 from the Motel 6 on Brick Church Pike to say Chrissy Simpson jumped into his vehicle, demanded money, refused to get out, and then called 911 to report he raped her when he wouldn’t comply.
Nashville Attorney Newton Holiday, III, told Metro Police his vehicle was stolen by a woman he had “let stay at his house for the weekend”, however a confidential informant recorded a call with Holiday, where admits it was all a lie. The woman was Newton’s girlfriend and client.