Nashville Inmate cuffed & beaten, Sheriff says ‘no injuries’, hospital says 5 broken ribs | Sheriff won’t release video

Nashville Sheriff Daron Hall admits 2 cameras recorded his guards placing handcuffs on an inmate, and moments later assaulting him. The Sheriff says the man wasn’t injured – but the hospital says he sustained 5 broken ribs. The Sheriff refuses to release either video, citing a law that covers ‘security layouts of government buildings’.

8-year-old suffers broken clavicle after being ‘restrained’ by MNPS teacher – $8K Settlement

Metro Nashville has now settled the claim of an 8-year-old that suffered a broken clavicle (collarbone) after being restrained by an Una Elementary School teacher, for $8,000 with the parent of the child. 

Spot’s Pet Supply owner Chad Baker sued over another dog’s injury/death.

A lawsuit has been filed against Chad Baker, an owner of Spot’s Pet Supply (and also of The Dog Spot), in response to the death of Lucy, a dog that was allegedly injured while in their care last year. Chad Baker has been on the losing end of another lawsuit recently, due to the death of a dot at The Dog Spot location in East Nashville, which as recently closed, as did as their downtown location.

$7.5 mil lawsuit alleges man brutally beaten in back room of Crazy Town bar

A $7,500,000.00 lawsuit has been filed against Crazy Town in downtown Nashville, alleging that a man celebrating a bachelor party at the venue was brutally beaten without provocation, and then taken to a back room where the brutal assault continued and escalated, resulting in serious bodily injury.

$3 million lawsuit filed in Antioch Captain D’s ice-throwing assault

A newly filed $3,000,000.00 lawsuit alleges an Antioch Captain D’s restaurant manager, Shanera Jones, assaulted a customer by throwing a glass of ice on him. The lawsuit, filed this week in Davidson County Circuit Court, alleges Captain D’s employee Shanera Jones threw a cup of ice at the Plaintiff, Herman Hunter, in a “harmful and offensive manner” intended to cause “apprehension of imminent harmful or offensive contact”. The civil suit does not specify what led up to the incident between the manager and customer. The alleged incident happened at the…

Moving company returned furniture with “urine, fecal matter, and apparent vomit” lawsuit alleges

A local couple arranged for All My Sons Moving & Storage to store their household items in their secure, climate controlled facility, while they sold one home and built another. When everything was delivered to their new home, it was nearly all “damaged or destroyed” with damage from “urine, fecal matter, apparent vomit, cigarette burns…” & more, according to a newly filed lawsuit.