One year after the initial incident, the Davidson County Grand Jury has returned an indictment charging Joseph Newkirk with two counts of felony aggravated assault. He is accused of continuing to beat a local realtor, even after rendering him unconscious, and knocking a female friend unconscious, leaving her in the water at the lake.
Metro Nashville Police use gay hookup app “Jack’d” to buy marijuana, are sold actual lawn grass instead. Javon Fields & Ronald Malone charged with conspiracy to sell counterfeit controlled substance.
Cody Batey, 24, was arrested and charged with ‘harassment, repetitive calls’ on Tuesday, after he called his boyfriend 42 times, then threatened to kill him.
MNPD considers Seattle’s ‘Safe Place’ initiative in response to recent transgender shaming incident. The program would simply put ‘rainbow badge’ stickers on businesses where LGBT citizens could wait and ‘feel safe’ while waiting for one of those officers to arrive, when they report a crime.
Joey Newkirk, 39, arrested and charged with assault, after an incident that included the beating a local realtor after he was unconscious on the ground, and participating in the beating of a female friend, leaving her unconscious in the water. His brother, Nathaniel Clay Rice, who also participated in the above assaults, punched another friend/witness when he asked what happened, before the two casually walked away from the scene.
Desmond Clements was meeting men on the gay dating app Jack’d and then robbing them. #Arrested
Officials announced today that an individual working at Stirrup, a LGBTQ Sports Bar, located at 1529 4th Ave South, has been diagnosed with acute hepatitis A.
A Nashville man says he was banned from the Downtown YMCA for an Instagram post
Can you imagine the amount of intoxication it requires to be removed from the city’s most prominent LGBT dance club on Pride weekend?
Sharmaine Smith was arrested for domestic assault, along with various other charges after police say she was waiting on her girlfriend to return to the address to get her personal belongings, when she attacked her.