27-year-old Nathaniel Miller had a flat tire on I-24 at exit 49 downtown. He surveyed the situation and called Metro Nashville Police for assistance. Once they arrived, he admitted he had been drinking, and it took several officers to physically pull him into the car as he refused to be taken into custody.
68-year-old Alice Lianos was booked into the Metro Nashville Jail, charged with the domestic assault of both her daughter and son-in-law for two separate incidents. Most recently, video captured her punching her son-in-law in the testicles when he turned the heat back on after she turned it off due to a high electric bill.
55-year-old Deborah Simmons was charged with domestic assault after her boyfriend told authorities she came home intoxicated, cussed him out, and grabbed his neck and arm leaving red marks.
45-year-old Kevin Baltimore was charged with harassment after making 15 unwanted calls to a woman starting at three in the morning and continuing to call into the day to include while officers were taking her statement.
42-year-old Mark Minor was charged with sex offender registration violation 3rd offense or more and aggravated sexual exploitation of a minor after Facebook, Inc. informed MNPD he had uploaded an image of a child being raped on his Messenger.
Metro Police say coordinated police work led to today’s arrest of homicide suspect Zamar Redmond, 27, for the June 22nd fatal shooting of Andre L. McDonald near the intersection of 12th Avenue North and Jefferson Street.
57-year-old Harold Moore was charged with domestic assault after he was involved in a dispute where he bent a woman’s finger and broke one of her acrylic nails while he was trying to take her engagement ring.
22-year-old Wilbur Shue was charged with aggravated assault after striking his girlfriend with a handgun and his fists that required her to seek medical attention.
49-year-old Shawn Byrd was charged with four counts of burglary and five counts of theft of property after stealing from a Madison Home Depot on five separate occasions. The estimated total of the looted items was valued at nearly $1,200.
43-year-old John Jordan was charged with theft of property after failing to return a 1990 Ford from a Madison U-Haul back in May 2000. He was arrested over 20 years later on June 23rd.