Metro Police responded to the Madison Motel before 7 a.m. Sunday morning, to the report of a domestic disturbance, where they found 23-year-old Leon Robins, Jr., holding a long broom handle, as if he were about to strike his 26-year-old boyfriend, again.
Metro Nashville Police say they received a drug complaint about a home on Idlewild Drive in Madison. Since they didn’t have enough probable cause for a search warrant, they conducted a knock-and-talk, and 35-year-old Sean Conway Campbell signed a search consent form for the residence.
21-year-old Tawon Shaw is jailed on a $53,500 bond in a Nashville jail, as he was taken into custody late Thursday evening. Shaw is accused of holding his girlfriend hostage for over 16 hours Thursday. She was able to escape by convincing him she needed to cash her paycheck to buy him some Newport cigarettes. He drove her to the Madison Walmart Neighborhood Market, where she was able to notify management, who contacted police. Shaw was taken into custody in the parking lot, where witnesses say they also found two loaded AR-15 style weapons with extra magazines.
35-year-old Susy Michiko Ishizu is free on a $1,500 cash bond, after she was booked on a domestic assault charge. Her husband says she punched him in the face with her fist, pulled his hair, and slapped him, when he didn’t get off the phone quick enough.
23-year-old Elinor Sawyer is free on pre-trial release after a Monday arrest, charging her with DUI & illegal gun possession. Police say she stated she was ‘driving back to work’ when she crashed her vehicle and blew a .183 on a breathalyzer.
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…
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Metro Police arrested Elette Hinton late Saturday for her role in the assault of Party City employees in October, when her and crime partner Jalessa Jennings were caught shoplifting and employees tried to prevent them from leaving.
Rodney Haynes, 41, woke up this morning at the Hill Detention Center, after he woke up last night in a stranger’s driveway. Haynes was arrested after he nodded out and crashed into a parked car in a stranger’s driveway, still not awake when police arrived. They would eventually find heroin and meth in the vehicle.
Metro Police say confirmed gang member Phillip Davis, 34, admitted to them he sells marijuana, cocaine, and was going to attempt to sell heroin, after they executed a search warrant on his Madison apartment Tuesday.