Nashville detectives on Thursday executed a narcotics-related search warrant at the residence of Nicole Madden (of Renee’s Cakes), 29, at 6625 Charlotte Pike, which resulted in the seizure of 58 marijuana plants, 42 grams of cocaine, three rifles, four handguns, hundreds of rounds of ammunition, and $4,050 cash.
Madden is charged with manufacturing marijuana, possession with intent to sell cocaine, and gun possession during the commission of a felony. She is jailed on a $55,000 bond. Detectives had been working to locate convicted felon (robbery) Edwin Santiago Jr., 42, when they saw him leaving Madden’s residence. Santiago was arrested on an outstanding federal gun charge stemming from his September 2021 arrest by MNPD detectives on a firearms charge.
Metro Nashville Police say they responded to Summit Hospital late Wednesday night after 29-year-old Colton Collins was brought in for a drug overdose. A security officer recovered a firearm on Collins and contacted MNPD to collect the weapon. As Collins was being discharged, officers located him inside the room and placed him into custody for being a felon in possession of a firearm, citing Collins has at least two prior felony drug convictions.
19-year-old Stevarius Midgett was upset over the work 29-year-old Tony Hutcherson had completed on his Honda sedan. When he showed up at his Gallatin Pike repair shop on Saturday he pulled an “assault-style rifle” to intimidate the man, according to police, but didn’t fire it. As he returned to his car to leave, Hutcherson, who is a convicted felon, pulled a handgun from his waistband and fired into his car, striking the customer in his torso. Both men were jailed.
36-year-old Jaquilla Fitts says she left her gun in a planter outside the gates of Nissan Stadium while she went inside to work during the Titan’s game on January 2nd. Police were alerted to the presence of the gun, and after a short investigation traced it to the employee. When questioned, Fitts explained she had taken a shuttle to work and still had the gun on her, so she had nowhere else to store it, as she could not get through security with the firearm.
A records check showed the gun as reported stolen. She was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail, charged with theft of a firearm, and being a felon in possession of a firearm. A commissioner set a $10,000 bond, however, she was free on pre-trial release.
37-year-old Michael Wilson was charged with theft of a firearm, evading arrest, and felon possessing a firearm after an anonymous caller told police they had seen him in dark clothing and a ski mask and heard him say he was going to shoot someone.
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.
21-year-old Princeton Reece was charged with a felony drug offense, theft of property, and possession of a firearm when officers spotted him matching the description of a male in relation to recent vehicle break-ins the area.
60-year-old Neal Perkins was charged with possession of marijuana and felon in possession of a weapon when he was stopped for running a stop sign and during a search of the vehicle, police found two pistols and marijuana.
21-year-old Malik Watson was charged with evading arrest and felon in possession of a handgun after he was observed disposing of a firearm while being chased by police because he matched the description of a vehicle theft suspect.
32-year-old Amanda Mccomb was charged being a felon in possession of a weapon and possession of marijuana when police arrived at a Comfort Suites to find her with a gunshot wound that she claimed to have accidentally done to herself.