25-year-old Tess Tomes is charged with felony aggravated assault and felony reckless endangerment after she found her boyfriend at a local drive-thru, and as she prepared to follow him home – so did his other girlfriend, Brandi Adams, who was in line behind him. She’s accused of ramming the other girl’s car. Tomes’ two children were in the car with her during the assault.
24-year-old Carlos Smith was charged with public intoxication and vandalism after he got drunk and punched his friend’s car, breaking the mirror and leaving dents down both sides.
27-year-old Preston Jass was charged with possession of heroin, clonazepam, and alprazolam after officers identified him to have an active warrant and searched his person.
37-year-old Eric Jenkins, who goes by the moniker ‘Shark of Wall Street’, is acknowledged by the DA’s office to be one of Nashville’s largest drug Kingpins – and you’ve probably never heard of him unless you’re among the city’s most elite clientele he serviced. Nashville took him into custody earlier this summer during a “major sting operation” when he attempted to take possession of 10 kilos of cocaine from an undercover agent – and all local charges have disappeared.
19-year-old Elijah Parkerson was charged with aggravated robbery and theft of property in seperate incidents involving the theft of a Honda Civic in March and the theft of a man’s wallet at a gas station in June.
37-year-old Leila Ralph was charged with domestic assault after beating her husband with a belt buckle during a dispute about her cheating with another man. She reportedly threw “whatever she could get her hands on” at him.
21-year-old Gievanne Ashley was charged with escape of custody after attempting to flee while being placed into custody for an active warrant in Sumner County. Ashley reportedly ran across Rivergate Pkwy and through an Ace Hardware parking lot before being apprehended.
29-year-old Devin Lamb was charged with evading arrest, possession of meth, and a felony drug offense after being in possession of 45 grams of ecstasy pills and two grams of meth during a routine traffic stop on Gallatin Pike. Lamb later claimed the pills were “the best in the county.”
24-year-old Briana Cooper was charged with driving under the influence, assault, and implied consent after she attacked a woman that asked to move her car because she was parked too close and police later found her to be intoxicated, per report.
25-year-old Kyle Crumpler was charged with domestic assault and violation of bond conditions after his girlfriend reported that he hit her in the face and while he admitted there was an altercation, he was only guilty of hugging her too tight and pushing her on the bed, per report.