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30-year-old Lativia Jackson was charged with domestic assault and vandalism when she attacked her child’s father while taking the child from his home because she thought he was being disrespectful over a text message.
31-year-old Jordan Gay is facing multiple charges after was found with 30 grams of heroin, 8 grams of meth, a meth pipe, a Glock handgun, and a Winchester rifle, after selling drugs to one of Metro’s confidential informants and was arrested in a Dollar General parking lot on Stewarts Ferry Pike.
The Board of Nursing has suspended the LPN license of Alicia Rainey, who admitted to diverting pain pills from patient’s medication cards and replacing them with different medications on at least 22 occasions at The Waterford Assisted Living / Memory Care in Hermitage.
Metro Nashville Police described the room as ‘bloody’ and ‘in shambles’ after one brother savagely beat another with a guitar, as he lay in wait for him to exit the shower. It all began when one brother left money in a backpack of the other brother’s car, and ended with one brother passed covered in bloody clothes & cocaine spilled across his cell phone, while the other brother received 8 staples in the back of his head. In the early hours of Wednesday morning, a local musician called his brother,…
28-year-old Ashton Wright admitted to Mapco during a verbal and written confession, to activating $14,586 in lottery tickets over a 20-day period in January. She is charged with felony theft. Wright was out on bond for 2 prior thefts at the time of her arrest.
Zachary Charles Rouser, 27, was arrested Wednesday afternoon for 2 open warrants, charging him with one felony count of aggravated assault on his wife, when she refused to give him money, and one misdemeanor count of domestic assault on his mother, when she tried to intervene.
A Nashville man says he bit into a Big Mac from the McDonald’s on Lebanon Pk in Hermitage, and got a surprise that has cost him a lot of money, pain, and anxiety since it happened. He is suing for $15K+
Domini Dimare, 25, has been indicted by the Davidson County Grand Jury after he uploaded images of underage girls, age 10-16, to an online chatroom with the name of ‘naughtyy'[sic]. He is free on $10,000 bond.
Shaquise Leggs, 25, approached the victim with a large knife, exclaimed “I’ll kill you, Motherfucker!” and began stabbing him in the back, after his ‘other girlfriend’ called his phone as Leggs was taking him back to her residence, after a night at the club.