Aaron Edwards flees to his home after striking another vehicle in crash

20-year-old Aaron Conner Edwards was driving in Antioch when he struck another vehicle driven by Geneva Wilkerson. He fled from the scene of the accident and drove to his home on Towne Village Rd, where he told his mother he crashed into a pole. He was outside when officers approached and fled inside the home when they commanded him to stop. He was eventually taken into custody and charged with evading arrest and failure to file a report. 

Man takes MNPD on two-hour chase in stolen Porsche containing a police tracking device — Roosevelt Castro

23-year-old Roosevelt Castro was charged with felony automobile theft late Friday night after stealing a 2013 Porsche Cayenne that had a tracking device placed on it by detectives. AirONE tracked the vehicle for over two hours, and just after 1 a.m. Saturday, officers successfully deployed a spike strip near the entrance ramp to I-24 from I-440 E. Castro was taken into custody and was the sole occupant of the vehicle.

Bishop Ware charged with criminal trespass and resisting arrest after being uncooperative with medics

Metro Nashville Police responded to a call to assist Nashville Fire medics with a patient Thursday and located 22-year-old Bishop Ware, who NFD says was being generally uncooperative. He was pacing around the parking lot and refused to speak to officers. While attempting to determine what they could do to assist, the property manager of the location notified police that Ware had been asked to leave multiple times and he continued to refuse to leave. With no apparent medical necessity, and refusal to leave the property when asked, he was transported to booking and charged with criminal trespass and resisting arrest as he attempted to pull away from officers when being cuffed.

Jasmine Toler warns man she’s going to run over him with her Buick — and follows through with it

Jamaine Miller says he was in an argument with 19-year-old Jasmine Toler at Coleman Park and he got out of the vehicle. She warned him she was going to run over him, but he did not believe her. It was at that time, he realized the gravity of his underestimation of her intentions as she struck him at speed with her black Buick and he rolled over the hood and crashed to the ground as she fled and stashed the vehicle in Antioch before returning to her grandmother’s home. Miller stumbled to Nolensville Pike and contacted 911 with the help of a nearby citizen. Police found him freshly bruised with a large gash and bump on his head and abrasions on both legs. The victim was transported to the hospital.