30-year-old Ryan Sims is free on a $39,000 bond after being charged with the kidnapping of a woman at The Rusty Nail bar in Hermitage, and the assault of two witnesses who attempted to intervene as he pulled a gun on one and said “don’t roll up on me” and shoved another.
31-year-old Realtor Jeremiah Jaskulski (known for his deep voice in his commercials), also known as recording artist ‘Jeremiah J’ is charged with domestic assault after police say his grandmother sustained injuries when he picked her up with both hands in their shared home, wrapped his arms around her shoulders, and threw her backward onto a couch.
An Antioch man solicited the services of a sex worker known as ‘Ruby Foxx’, and when she arrived and it was time to pay, he says his payment “wouldn’t go through”. Officers arrived in the neighborhood to find Foxx, later identified as Summer Caster, standing in the man’s yard with a shovel. She threatened to harm the man, destroy his car, and have “her men” come to shoot him.
Metro Police found 39-year-old Terrance Carter wearing only boxers and fondling his genitals with both hands at the Club-Hotel Nashville Tuesday evening, where he told a “bizarre and winding story about having two separate women he was with at the hotel”. Hotel staff reports he had been walking the hallways while nearly naked for several hours.
31-year-old Allen Shull is charged with felony aggravated assault after he, along with others, severely beat a witness who called police to report them fighting in the parking lot of an apartment complex. The witness requested that her identity not be revealed, however, Nashville Police officers walked from the suspects’ apartment to her apartment, leading the assailants directly to her front door. Police say it was a “regrettable misunderstanding”.
A 61-year-old homeless Black man is the first arrest made by Metro Nashville Police for violating the city’s health regulation by not wearing a mask. They say he had two in his pocket, but refused to place one on his face.
Nashville Police Chief Anderson today announced that officers are temporarily authorized to serve outstanding misdemeanor arrest warrants to defendants via citations rather than physically arresting them to help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
Metro Police say 29-year-old Zachary Tamburin approached them downtown in the early hours of Sunday morning, swaying, slurring, and not making any sense with his words. They took care of him, gave him a ride to jail, and charged him with public intoxication.
Shamar Smith, 22, is free on a $3,500 bond after police say he bruised up his girlfriend’s face with his fists and then destroyed her phone so she couldn’t call for help.
Metro Police say Demetrius Harris was being arrested for kidnapping when he caused approximately $1,500 in damages to the patrol car they placed him in before they read his charge to him, by kicking the screen and rear door, causing it to no longer fully close.