James ‘Spanky’ Williams faces 100 years in prison after setting fires and using Instagram to harass and show-off

He terrorized Nashville for weeks, burning down sheds and businesses, and documenting it all on Instagram. He was arrested on 10 arson, 8 vandalism, and 9 aggravated assault warrants my MNPD, and now he faces 11 federal crimes, and more than 100 years in prison, if convicted.

MNPD allows man to bond out, then feds pick him up on gun charge Metro passed on

Metro Police arrested felon Deanthony Fletcher Thursday night after he lied about his car being stolen. Then they allowed him to post a $5K bond via Jenkins Bonding. What they DIDN’T DO was charge him with the loaded handgun he admitted to. INSTEAD they let him bond out, and allow the feds to pick him up, and charge him federally today with the handgun.