Nashville man attempts suicide by setting his apartment on fire over “girl problems”

49-year-old Jamison Mcintyre was charged with aggravated arson after police say he set fire to his apartment knowing it was occupied, barricaded himself inside, and said he was trying to commit suicide because of girl problems.

Man caught on camera setting fire to trucks at disposal company

41-year-old Rakeem McClure was charged with vandalism after he and an unknown accomplice set fire to three trucks at Gray’s Disposal Company.

Woman denies burning boyfriend’s clothes despite recording video of herself doing it

30-year-old Candice Gamble was charged with vandalism of $1,000 or less after she recorded herself burning her boyfriend’s clothes.

Arson Arrest: Catherine Parker sprayed mattress with bug spray, lit it. 2 cats rescued.

Nashville Fire Department Arson Investigators arrested Catherine Parker, 43 for starting a fire inside her Madison apartment on April 10, 2019. Just before 6:00 pm Catherine Parker called 911 to report a fire in her apartment in the Hickory Chase Apartment Complex, located at 600 Heritage Drive. There were two cats inside the apartment at the time of the fire. Fire personnel used animal oxygen mask kits to revive the two pet cats.

Tim Lankford: President of an EMS Education Non-Profit, Despite Prejudiced Online Comments – TEMSEA

Tim Lankford, who holds the title of District Chief (Supervisor) with the Nashville Fire Department, is also the President of statewide non-profit organization, TEMSEA. An organization whose visions include “to promote and foster the development of effective, professional EMS and EMS education in Tennessee”.  Lankford, who lists himself as ‘President’ of the TEMSEA, recently came under fire when he was found to have made multiple prejudiced posts online about the LGBT community, gay marriage, and the recent transgender equality laws – going as far as to endorse a quote that…

Nashville Fire Department: Employees & Salaries

We’ve had a few inquiries to publish a list of the MNFD Employees, since they seem to be commenting to news articles and behaving badly on social media – and since all of that information is 100% available via public open data resources – so that you can see if the person that’s showing out in the comments sections of your favorite news sections is a MNFD employee, or not – and also how much they’re being paid by the city of Nashville to hold that position – and to…

Nashville Fire Department: VIDEO! Stop the Engine! Stripping for a Drag Queen while on Duty!

Oh, Nashville Fire Department, you have yet to cease to amaze us. This time, instead of the hateful closed-minded ideals of some of the higher ups, we have some of the rank-and-file having a lot of fun – caught on camera, once again, the polar opposite of some of the attitudes we’ve found on display in our previous looks at the Nashville Fire Department. We have to ask – did the Nashville Fire Department allow it’s firefighters to appear, ON DUTY, in a web show? We’re guessing the answer is…