Judge sets $75,000 bond for man trespassing at home of Taylor Swift’s mother — Bryan Sebera

A Nashville judicial commissioner set the bond for 31-year-old Bryan Sebera at a jaw-dropping $75,000 for a misdemeanor aggravated trespass charge Wednesday evening. Police arrived at the Forest Hills home of Taylor Swift’s mother after the family’s security detail had detained the man. Security advised Sebera was at the home earlier in the day and was escorted off the property. Now, he had returned, crossed over the wall, and was peeking in a window at the back of the estate.

Man given $1500 bond for eating $2 worth of donuts inside Antioch Mapco — Robert Fathera arrested

53-year-old Robert Fathera was found sitting on the floor of an Antioch Mapco just before 10 a.m. Tuesday, his lips covered in white powder. Police determined he had taken two honey bunds and a pack of white powdered donuts from the shelf and consumed them while inside the store without any way to pay for them.

He was reportedly intoxicated, and had urinated on himself. Police charged him with public intoxication ($250 bond) and theft of merchandise ($1500 bond) and transported him to jail. The value of the stolen items was determined to one $2.00 by store management.

Woman free on $25K bond after bringing 109 Oxycodone pills to Skyline hospital — Taylor Tucker

22-year-old Taylor Tucker was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail Tuesday on an outstanding warrant from 2019, charging her with felony drug possession with intent to distribute. Court records reveal she was at Skyline Hospital when she was confronted about having drugs in her possession, at which time she produced 109 unprescribed Oxycodone pills (30mg) and surrendered them to staff, who turned them in to police. A warrant for her arrest was signed the following week, which has been outstanding since that date. She is free on a $25,000 bond.