If your name is Willie Outlaw, you should probably know better than to sign search consent forms, and freely tell police about your drug selling business. But that’s exactly what happened during a #MNPD ‘knock-and-talk’ on Monday…
Amaurea Dulin, 21, is held in lieu of $104,500 bond after police found him to be in possession of 41 grams of heroin, and in possession of a loaded Ruger P94 handgun, while searching for a murder suspect.
Shelby Bridgeforth, 47, is free on a $42,000 bond after spending less than 4 hours in jail Tuesday night after he consented to a search of his residence. He showed detectives where his marijuana was hidden, and told them he buys in half-pounds for $800 each.
Dear Nashville, there is a hard and fast rule that’s easy to follow: don’t volunteer information to the police, and don’t sign a search consent form for them to search your home without a warrant.
Metro’s Juvenile Crime Task Force officers have taken 14 guns off the streets of Nashville in the first 11 days of the new year.
Courtney Jordan, 28, was arrested and charged with multiple felony drug and weapon charges after MNPD conducted a ‘knock and talk’ at the house he was in, and he agreed to speak with them.
Tiffany Williams, 34, is free on a $32,500 bond after she invited detectives into her house on Wednesday, and they found probable cause for a warrant to search her home, resulting in the seizure of drugs, money, and a gun.
Desmond Jones & Madison Wright arrested after found with 25K in cash, a QP of weed in their hotel room. Wright also had a fresh bottle of codeine in one pocket, and a stolen handgun in the other.
50 pounds of pot in the bedroom of David Harris
Ronique Mechelle Shelton claims she has no idea where 54 grams of crystal meth or 87.5 oxycodone pills came from, or how they got into her apartment… could she be telling the truth? Early Thursday morning, Tyrone Taylor says he was chased from a Yelton Ct apartment in South Nashville. He was in fear, and ran to the first person’s car that he located, and asked the stranger to take him to the Walmart on Nolensville Pk, which is where officers found him. After taking his information, there was an…