19-year-old Siaana Cheyenne Peacock was booked on a marijuana charge Tuesday, after a victim claimed Peacock assaulted her on the TSU campus, but refused to press charges.
She called him a ‘bitch’, he grabbed her by the throat twice and pushed her down to the floor. She threw eggs on his face. Those are just some of the allegations in the arrest warrant for Tyrone Groomster, who is free on a $2,500 bond, charged with domestic assault. Metro Nashville Police responded to a domestic call early Friday morning, where the intoxicated female victim said she was pushed by her boyfriend, 44-year-old Tyrone Groomster. She told responding officers the pair had been arguing over financial issues and she…
Where were Becky’s friends? Jada Alexis Head came from Owensboro, KY, for Tuesday night’s Jonas Brothers concert in Nashville, but mostly all she saw was the inside of the bathroom she locked herself to avoid police, and the back of a patrol car after she was eventually hobbled.
23-year-old Nicholas Perry Snyder told Metro Police his friends dared him to swim across the Cumberland River with his clothes and shoes on at 2 a.m. Saturday morning.
Mark Stevens didn’t have any cocaine, but Metro Nashville Police charged him with a felony when an undercover detective approached him downtown and asked if he had “any powder?”, and Stevens said “no” but told the undercover where he could find some on another street.
All the things you’ve never thought to ask about MNPD’s Confidential Informants. How they’re groomed, what charges can be mitigated? Do they make money? How do they prove their information? What restrictions are there?
Metro Police responded to a Twice Daily store on Friday morning, to find a man with his pants down around his ankles, his penis exposed, and his body pinned to the ground by store employees.
Two sergeants to be demoted to police officers, 5 officers to receive suspensions, after a 3 month investigation into the shaming of a transgender citizen by the Metro Nashville Police Department.
Metro Nashville has been quietly handling their response to the transgender shaming incident by multiple city employees in October. Along the way, they have shown some signs of progress. However, they also took 28 days to ask the victim’s name, and are considering a city-wide response that does nothing to address the behavior of the employees. Goodlettsville, however, addressed the incident with a passion, and moved forward with the support of their community.
8 sworn police officers, 2 firefighters, 1 dispatcher, & 1 Metro teacher. That’s how many government employees took part in the public shaming of a transgender citizen of Nashville. Metro confirms investigations are now in progress in multiple departments, including MNPD’s Office of Professional Accountability.