Woman calls 911, claims she was kidnapped, after being kicked out of Alley Pub

39-year-old Christy Baker was kicked out of Alley Pub this weekend, at which time police say she called 911 and told the operator she had been robbed in their parking lot and was being kidnapped, held in a vehicle with the doors locked. 6 vehicles, flex teams, and a K-9 unit all responded. Late Friday night, Metro’s Emergency Communication Center received a call from a female stating she had been robbed and the suspect was running away. Moments later she called 911 a 2nd time to say she was now…

MNPD Officer decommissioned after charging kids $25 to attend MNPD’s free ‘El Protector’ camps

Officer Gilbert Ramirez, who for the past 11 years has been the police department’s El Protector liaison to the Hispanic community, today was decommissioned as the result of an internal investigation into his alleged promotion of, and involvement with, an Antioch food and game business that was managed by his domestic partner.

High on meth, man found in bushes brushing his teeth #WestNashville

Metro Police came into contact with Ian Hargis, 22, at a West Nashville Residence where he banged on the front door before retreating to the bushes in the backyard to brush his teeth, high on methamphetamine. Toothpaste remained on his mouth throughout booking.

Mother punches daughter in face until she’s bloody for not bringing her food

Metro Nashville Police charged Kellie Canfield, 46, with domestic assault after they say she beat her daughter bloody when she arrived at her home with food only for herself, and not for anyone else at the residence.

Tru Booker claims self-defense in the killing of Markus Cantrell; no drugs, guns, or cash found at scene.

Tru Booker, 28, tells MNPD he was selling drugs to Markus Cantrell, 28, Monday night, when the deal turned into an attempted robbery. Booker shot and killed Cantrell, and is claiming self-defense. No charges have been filed at this time. No drugs, guns, or cash were at the scene when MNPD arrived.

Metro Police Officer decommissioned after questionable traffic stop caught on video

Metro Nashville Police Officer Barrett Teague was decommissioned Thursday afternoon after a video surfaced of a traffic stop on a black female. The officer claimed her tags to be expired, but they were not. He then appears to assault the woman when she attempts to show him they’re current.