Shawn Browning wrecked his vehicle and called Jeremiah Harris to pick him up and get things out of the vehicle. Police arrived before they fled, and found both in possession of guns and drugs packaged for resale.
Prentice Keeley & Sabra Fitts-Keeley now face charges in both Nashville and Lebanon after months of drug charges and Grand Jury Indictments in two counties. A Search of their Nashville hotel room netted pills, digital scales, one-half pound of marijuana, and a revolver.
Saturday evening’s investigation at an apartment in the 1200 block of 14th Avenue South by the Juvenile Crime Task Force led to the arrests of five teenagers (four 14-year-olds and one 15-year-old) on gun and marijuana charges.
Metro Nashville Police spiked 2 stolen cars in 2 days. They found the same 17-year-old teen in both, and also arrested Baye Summers, & Malik Buchanan. A 15-year-old got away.
18-year-old Caleb Alexander Morris was arrested just before 1 a.m. Sunday morning, charged with domestic assault, after police say he pushed his stepfather to the ground, and beat him in the face with his fists – because he couldn’t use his stepfather’s vehicle.
Midtown Hills Precinct detectives are investigating Friday night’s fatal shooting of Quinzell Pannell Jr., 23, who was the driver of a Range Rover that crashed into a utility pole at 17th Avenue North at Hayes Street.
1805 Ultra Lounge owner Anthony Dewayne Powell was booked on an outstanding felony warrant this morning at 9:02 a.m., after his club was raided and padlocked overnight stemming from over 84 police calls for service. He is free on a $5,000 bond.
Wednesday afternoon, a 54-year-old man reported that a young man driving a Mustang at 14th Avenue and Broadway pulled up beside him, pointed a pistol at him and motioned for him to pull over. Instead, the victim called police, who located and arrested 18-year-old Christopher Works, III.
Metro’s Juvenile Crime Task Force officers have taken 14 guns off the streets of Nashville in the first 11 days of the new year.
Mayor David Briley shoots down agreement to bring ‘ShotSpotter’ technology to Nashville. The technology helps solve gun-related crimes in over 100 other cities, improves response times, and was previously approved & funded by Metro City Council.