When Metro Police couldn’t find any drugs that Billy Medley supposedly tossed into a wooded area, they charged him with felony tampering with evidence – but the court wasn’t having it, and dismissed the case.
Metro Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle going 90 mph in a 70 mph zone Monday afternoon. That’s where they met passenger Jessie Knowles, who told them about the drugs hidden in his underwear.
If you’re going to be a criminal, being this recognizable will not likely help your career when it comes to running from police. That’s a lesson Joshua Parsons learned the hard way Wednesday night, when he was spotted across a parking lot, and immediately identified as a wanted person.
Early Thursday morning, Marquez Crawford got off work, ate breakfast at Waffle House, and went live on Facebook talking about what great weekend he was about to have. Little did he know, less than 12 hours later, East CSU detectives would execute a narcotics search warrant at his home, leaving him in jail with a $147,500 bond.
Reginald Womack, 32, of Old Hickory, arrested as distributor of Fentanyl-laced heroin in multi-agency investigation.
Timothy Wiseman, 36, was going about his day on Tuesday, when he parked at the H.G. Hill grocery store – except he parked near some undercover detectives who noticed the marijuana blunt in his hand. He is held on $110,500 bond after they also found heroin and a handgun
Rodney Haynes, 41, woke up this morning at the Hill Detention Center, after he woke up last night in a stranger’s driveway. Haynes was arrested after he nodded out and crashed into a parked car in a stranger’s driveway, still not awake when police arrived. They would eventually find heroin and meth in the vehicle.
Metro Police say confirmed gang member Phillip Davis, 34, admitted to them he sells marijuana, cocaine, and was going to attempt to sell heroin, after they executed a search warrant on his Madison apartment Tuesday.
Jack Williams, 51, was driving his green Dodge Journey on Murfreesboro Pike toward Bell road on Monday, when he made two lane changes without signaling. Items seized included 16 individual baggies of heroin, ready to be sold.
He came from Murfreesboro to Nashville to deal heroin, and now Willie Norris is arrested. A search found $58,000 cash, 14 guns, heroin, cocaine, 194 Suboxone strips, 12 vehicles, & more… He is being held in the Rutherford County Jail in lieu of $180,000 bond.