Police say when they stopped Ryan Bader for speeding on Wednesday, they found 29 grams of marijuana in the vehicle, and he freely admitted to selling marijuana during questioning. He is held in lieu of a $3,000 bond on his first arrest.
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”.
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.
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.
34-year-old Carmen Washington was arrested on Saturday at the Rivergate Mall, after she filled up her aluminum foil and duct tape line shopping bag with items from JC Penney.
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).
#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.
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.