38-year-old Jeremy Morphis told police he consumed “two beers” before crashing his vehicle Sunday night with a passenger, Heather Knalls, inside. Witnesses say he was weaving and suddenly swerved to the left, crashing into the woods. Morphis was transported to the hospital with minor injuries. Knalls, however, suffered a dislocated and fractured hip from the crash. He is charged with DUI and felony vehicular assault. In August, Judge Jennifer Smith gave Morphis a deferred judgment with no conviction for placing a hidden camera in the bathroom of his home to record an underage relative for sexual gratification.
36-year-old Jeremy Morphis is held in a Nashville jail on a $75,000 bond after a Grand Jury indicted him for illegal photography of a minor. He is alleged to have set up a camera in the bathroom of his home and photographed an underage relative while they were showering. The indictment says the photo was taken for the purpose of sexual arousal or gratification. Morphis was a beloved coach of children’s sports in Nashville / Old Hickory, including DuPont-Hadley middle school, and at one point he was a guard at RiverBend Prison.