25-year-old Robert Gill has been indicted by the Davidson County Grand Jury on two counts of rape of an 18-year-old man, by means of fraud.
Shane Earl Spurgeon is in custody after Goodlettsville Police intercepted him with a prepared Molotov cocktail late Saturday night.
48-year-old Sherrie Fritschka, who is known to frequently walk around town with an invisible dog on a leash, was arrested late Monday night after she walked into a Walgreens, began opening bottles of water and pouring them on the floor, and when an officer told her he was unable to open her locked vehicle, told him “Get your dick out of my face”.
Nicholas Lee Handy, 36, is jailed in lieu of a $37,500 bond after police found him with some extra packages under his ‘package’. Multiple items were retrieved from beneath Handy’s scrotum, including crystal methamphetamine, heroin, a digital scale, and multiple empty baggies.
24-year-old Matthew Blake Rischbeck is jailed on a $102,500 bond covering 11 charges, after police found him in the parking lot of a Goodlettsville hotel with an array of guns, drugs, and counterfeit cash at 1:00 a.m. Monday morning.
Devin Tyler Lamb, 28, is currently jailed in lieu of a $100,500 bond after he was found in the parking lot of America’s Best Value Inn with a firearm, and strips of LSD (acid).
Goodlettsville Police charged 18-year-old Zackary Beckham, with tampering with evidence, a class C felony that carries a 3-10 year prison sentence, if found guilty. His crime? He ate a marijuana blunt while the officers were responding a noise complaint at his home.
Two sergeants to be demoted to police officers, 5 officers to receive suspensions, after a 3 month investigation into the shaming of a transgender citizen by the Metro Nashville Police Department.
Heather Jared, 45, and Greg Jared, 42, have both been charged with attempted theft after they were caught shoplifting at Dillard’s in Rivergate. Greg was caught with a $1365 Louis Vuitton bag stuffed down the front of his sweatpants.
8 sworn police officers, 2 firefighters, 1 dispatcher, & 1 Metro teacher. That’s how many government employees took part in the public shaming of a transgender citizen of Nashville. Metro confirms investigations are now in progress in multiple departments, including MNPD’s Office of Professional Accountability.