23-year-old Dustyn Odiaga was jailed on multiple outstanding warrants this week when officers encountered him during a domestic call in Antioch. Officers ran his name and realized he had an outstanding warrant in Nashville for the domestic assault of his mother from September, and a felony warrant from Boise, Idaho, will full extradition. As he was being taken into custody, Dustyn attempted to flee and was taken to the ground by officers. He continued to resist, yell, scream, and clasp his hands together under his body. He was eventually transported to booking.
37-year-old Andrew Stone was reportedly arguing with his ex-girlfriend/roommate, Karen Van Winkle, late on December 26th over Christmas gifts. Karen told police Andrew was upset, claiming she didn’t do anything for him. As she walked away to avoid the confrontation, she says he followed her around the house and blocked doorways while yelling at her. She says she was very intimidated and in fear for her safety, due to a prior incident in California when he struck her in the face. He then drove off in her van, which he had never driven and had no permission to take. It was recovered a few blocks away, and Stone had fled the scene.
18-year-old Trace Alan Latourette is jailed in lieu of a $137,500 bond after police conducted a traffic stop for a non-working license plate light and discovered a firearm and a cornucopia of drugs. During the traffic stop on Split Log Road on December 19th, Brentwood Police discovered four marijuana-filled pickle jars, with weights of 14.7 grams, 56.9 grams, 132.9 grams, and 138.8 grams individually. A Glock .45 and a magazine was recovered from the driver’s door area. A black backpack inside the vehicle contained four extra magazines for the firearm, three cell phones, and $3,748 in cash, along with a digital scale. In the passenger seat was an open case of Twisted Tea, with an empty consumed can nearby, and another case in the back seat. A red bag inside the vehicle contained a Tupperware container with 30-50 rolled marijuana joints inside, 100 THC vape cartridges, and 10-15 nicotine vaping devices.
Police say 30-year-old Kaylee Ruth Hand walked into the Target store on Charlotte Pike Wednesday and filled a shopping cart full of merchandise worth $1,019. She then pushed the full cart past all points of sale and attempted to exit the store when she was stopped by loss prevention. Officers arrived and took her into custody for felony theft.
Police say 18-year-old Toni Ernest Dunn was a brand new employee at the Love’s Travel Stop on Trinity Lane when on November 11th, she scanned a “no sale” card which caused both of the cash drawers to open. Knowing her co-worker, Jeffery Sauvie, had just stepped outside to the back of the store. She quickly grabbed $1,930 in cash from the registers and stuffed it in her pants pockets before fleeing the store. Police reviewed the security footage and used her information from her employment file to complete the arrest warrant for felony theft, which she was booked on this week.
30-year-old Wamond Webb, who goes by the names “Walt Geezy” and “Wamond Macnificent Webb” on social media, is accused of splashing a beer in his girlfriend’s face, vandalizing her car, and then fleeing the scene with his mother as his getaway driver. Police met with Erica Faw at an East Nashville Citgo, where she was standing beside her heavily damaged Ford Escape. She told police that her boyfriend, Webb, threw the beer in her face and punched her just under her right eye, causing her to stop the vehicle as she was driving. She escaped into a gas station while Webb broke out the rear window of her car and damaged the door handles. As she approached him, she says he fled to a vehicle driven by his mother and left the scene. Officers also documented the rearview mirror was ripped off, the key was broken off inside the ignition, and the gear shift had been completely ripped from the console, rendering the vehicle inoperable.
Patricia Ethridge told police that her boyfriend of five months, 43-year-old Rodney Dwayne Brooks, “got mad and started hitting her and throwing her around.” She disclosed that Brooks body slammed her and strangled her. Officers documented a long bruise across her neck, a bruise in her right ear, and on her chin.
Zelma Alexander says she was in her Jeep in the 2300 block of Charlotte Pike when she observed a white male in a tank top and jeans, later identified as 30-year-old Logan Pierce Martin, assaulting a white female, Calista Bruner, who was wearing a black shirt and skirt before he fled in a blue Nissan Altima. What led up to this brutal beating of a lover involved the Twelve Thirty Club, Layer Cake, Whiskey row, and the Lucky Bastard Saloon…
30-year-old Lakeisha Brown was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail this week on outstanding warrants from the fall of 2021, charging her with two counts of felony vandalism. Police say that in September, Brown approached Velma Crawford’s 2005 Chevy Avalanche and intentionally scratched the side of the truck, causing damages of $1,673. On Halloween of 2021, Brown was inside her Avalanche when Brown once again approached her residence holding a dog cage from a nearby trash container and tossed it into the tailgate of the truck while screaming, “B-*-h, I will fuck your ass up!” causing $1,324 in damages.
33-year-old Seth Pedigo is charged with felony vandalism after police say he used a rock to clearly etch an “X” into the door of a 2021 white Tesla Model 3. The car is owned by one of Nashville’s worst realtors, Stephen Delahoussaye of House Haven Realty. He says he confronted the man and asked him why he vandalized his car, and Pedigo reportedly replied, “I was trying to mark where I was”… as in ‘x’ marks the spot. Delahoussaye provided a video of the crime to police, and Pedigo was taken into custody as he was still on the property.