Metro Police initiated a traffic stop on a vehicle going 90 mph in a 70 mph zone Monday afternoon. That’s where they met passenger Jessie Knowles, who told them about the drugs hidden in his underwear.
If you’re going to be a criminal, being this recognizable will not likely help your career when it comes to running from police. That’s a lesson Joshua Parsons learned the hard way Wednesday night, when he was spotted across a parking lot, and immediately identified as a wanted person.
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.
Milton ‘FlipG’ Reece, 34, was arrested on multiple new gun and drug charges Thursday. At the time of his arrest, Milton Reece was already serving a state/TDOC sentence on probation until 2029, for similar charges. Held on a $193,000.00 bond.
Late Wednesday evening, officers responded to a possible home invasion w/firearm call in Antioch on Apache Trail. Upon arrival, officers found a brick through a window, and two suspects sitting in a vehicle, one with a gun, and both of them with a lot of meth – with one hiding it much better than the other.
Delvin Howard, 34, remains in a Nashville jail tonight, after police found 40 grams of cocaine, 47 grams of crystal meth, 8 grams of MDMA, $4,765 in currency, a gun, and multiple cell phones, in a search. Police went to the home to investigate a credit card fraud case, and smelled marijuana coming from the suite.
Jermichael Deshawn Watson, 23, is currently in a Nashville jail after he sold heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine to a confidential informant, working for Metro Police, on two separate occasions.
Officers told Walden they were going to make contact with the people in his hotel room, and he gave them the room number, and asked the officers if they could search for and locate the rest of the crystal meth he had left in the hotel room, while they were there.
A Nashville nurse killed a man by injecting him with methamphetamine, a service for which he was paid $200 a month. The nurse, Jason Faith, struck a plea deal, approved by Judge Steve Dozier, that resulted in no jail time, 12 months probation, and his record expunged after 12 months.
Monica Adkins, 41, and William Tabor, 29, were both arrested today in connection with a West Nashville meth lab