Nashville Fire Fighter Brandon Ray Womack told Goodlettsville Police he had “three one-pint beers, with a few pieces of chicken” a couple of hours prior to wrecking his vehicle and blowing a .204% BAC on a breath test.
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.
A man who locked himself in a Checkers restroom, eventually exited, punched a Metro Police officer in the face, escaped his grip multiple times during a scuffle, and was eventually tased by other officers after he fled the scene. Leroy Cane, 30, arrested.
Fresh out of jail for stealing cologne from Dillard’s last week, Adrian Russell was arrested again Monday after he was found in a stolen vehicle at Steak ‘n Shake on Myatt Drive.
#Goodlettsville: During an interview, former Kroger Pharmacy Tech Evan McKenzie admitted, in writing, to stealing Oxycodone from prepared prescriptions on several occasions over the course of several weeks.
Kenneth Michael Nacke, 39, is charged with felony dissemination of unlawful photos, after her secretly recorded sex with his girlfriend, and posted it, and other photos, online after they broke up.
Mareco Ross, 33, is charged with felony promoting prostitution (aka pimping), after he hid in the bathroom of the hotel room where his wife had sex with other men for money, and he kept a portion of the take as his payment for being her ‘security’.
#AFFIDAVIT: “.25 grams is 1 hit of meth, 7.2 grams would equal 28.8 hits of meth. The average hit lasts 12 hours. If Ethan Conner took .25 grams every 12 hours, he would be high for 14.4 days straight”
-Goodlettsville Officer Jeffrey Hunter
An Indiana man met a Nashville woman, Frances Grech, on social media, and they had several encounters over the past four months, per a just served arrest warrant. On Christmas day, they agreed to meet at the Red Roof Inn in Goodlettsville, where her and a partner beat and robbed him.
Metro Nashville has been quietly handling their response to the transgender shaming incident by multiple city employees in October. Along the way, they have shown some signs of progress. However, they also took 28 days to ask the victim’s name, and are considering a city-wide response that does nothing to address the behavior of the employees. Goodlettsville, however, addressed the incident with a passion, and moved forward with the support of their community.