Freddie Calbert, 18, arrested with a pound of weed, cocaine, and a gun, inside a stolen car at Opry Mills. An alert employee noticed the temporary tag didn’t match the vehicle, and called police.
MNPD arrested a 14-year-old accused armed robber after seeing him walk into a residence on Indiana Avenue. Inside they would find another teen, Alvin Hinds (who was free on bond for pending weapons charges), drugs, & 3 guns.
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.
Corey Taron McGee, 38, is currently held in lieu of a $29,000 bond after police found him chopping up cocaine in an East Nashville parking lot, and he told the officer “I’m just getting high”
Byron Roshell, 51, told Metro Police he did not know anything about the narcotics or handgun they found in his room at the Drake Inn Motel, which he has occupied for the past 2 years.
Timothy Wiseman, 36, was going about his day on Tuesday, when he parked at the H.G. Hill grocery store – except he parked near some undercover detectives who noticed the marijuana blunt in his hand. He is held on $110,500 bond after they also found heroin and a handgun
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 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.
Zachary Winton, 32, called 911 Friday afternoon to report intruders inside his Nashville home. Officers arrived and entered the home to apprehend the reported intruders, but they didn’t exist. They did find a cocaine purification operation, which Winton said he used to give out free cocaine at local Nashville bars.
Jack Williams, 51, was driving his green Dodge Journey on Murfreesboro Pike toward Bell road on Monday, when he made two lane changes without signaling. Items seized included 16 individual baggies of heroin, ready to be sold.