Karen Langston, 31, was caught attempting to bring 33 grams of heroin,and 31.8 grams of crystal meth, into the Davidson County Jail via her underwear.
Jarry Cox, 41, was arrested Wednesday, after police say he called ‘911’ twenty-four times in the previous twenty-two hours, making claims of riots, fires, and assaults. He then blamed it on his 88-year-old mother.
Shaquise Leggs, 25, approached the victim with a large knife, exclaimed “I’ll kill you, Motherfucker!” and began stabbing him in the back, after his ‘other girlfriend’ called his phone as Leggs was taking him back to her residence, after a night at the club.
The child says a teacher at Caldwell Enhanced Option Elementary school physically grabber her arm to move her to another area of the classroom, causing a bruise to form where she was grabbed.
Tiffany Williams, 34, is free on a $32,500 bond after she invited detectives into her house on Wednesday, and they found probable cause for a warrant to search her home, resulting in the seizure of drugs, money, and a gun.
Nashville sex worker Tanisha Head, 29, is currently being held in lieu of a $2500 bond after police say she threw a customer’s car keys over bridge when he wouldn’t pay.
One of MNPD’s new officers, sworn to ‘protect and serve’ spent dozens of hours during a recent overnight rotation, serving his personal interests, of posting to social media about how boring his MNPD job was, how he couldn’t stay awake, and finding women to snapchat him while he patrolled Midtown.
Who will step up and take responsibility? Mayor Briley is pretending it never happened, and Police Chief Steve Anderson is privately apologizing to the richest LGBT business owner in the city, instead of the community or the actual victim.
Nashville, we MUST #DoBetter, it’s time.
Your name, social security number, driver’s license number, even your date of birth, may all be exposed on Metro Nashville’s criminal justice information portal that is open to the public – even if you’ve never been arrested or had any contact with law enforcement. We began our investigation in May, after an identity theft victim contacted us after finding their name, birthday, & social security number inside a Metro Police affidavit published on the Criminal Court Clerk’s website. They had already been a victim of a single person stealing their…
In the race for Nashville’s new vice-mayor, one candidate stands out. He’s running for office while out on bond after an order of protection violation arrest. He’s the only candidate with mugshots. Meet Matthew Delrossi.